We ended up going to this restaurant based on trip advisor reviews it’s the first time ever that trip advisor has let us down. First off you enter the restaurant through what appears to be the kitchen or a side hall off the Kitchen. You...More
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No music, kichen table atmosphere with neon light. Complete lack of vegetables and minimal meat. The pictures of the menu aren’t representative for what you get. Suite disappointing experience. You’re better off in one of the Chinese fast food chains.
pork buns,sesame balls with peanutbutter and spongecake made our breakfast delightful.located near the Fo Guang Shan temple/.serves dinner also but i did'nt try. much cheaper than the other casual bakeries of amsterdam./
Ordered the set meal for 2 and some tim sum.the foods were delicious except the BBQ PORK.kind of hard n cold.quite difficult to chew.the fried rice n sweet n sour pork is my favorite.will definitely RTB if visiting Amsterdam again.
To qualify the review, I've been eating dim sum and Cantonese BBQ for 30 years regularly in Sydney, Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou. At least once a fortnight. I also have frequented restaurants for yum cha in New York, London, Vancouver and San Francisco (with...More
Enjoyable lunch at this restaurant. Quite a dour interior, but the food and service is of a very high standard. As British diners, we were in the minority as most of the diners were of oriental extraction. This alone, says how good the restaurant is....More
Went for both Dim Sum lunch and dinner here on separate occasions. Food was excellent and typical of the standard you get in a decent HK restaurant. Service was friendly and helpful. Prices are not the cheapest but reasonable. This is my top choice for...More
The decor of this restaurant first and foremost is similar to that of a function suite, it is quite dark and uninviting. The food itself was ok, the vegetable spring rolls were delicious however the beef chow mein was certainly lacking some seasoning, the portion...More