Menu of Chinatown-style dishes includes sweet-and-sour chicken, shrimp with oyster sauce, and more than 25 bite-size morsels of dim sum
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6 ratings2 reviews
Great find food was awesome
AndreaTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
6 ratings5 reviews
The restaurant seemed not too clean but the food was really good and no one got sick. I’d definitely go again! We also had a great, funny waiter :-)
6 ratings1 reviews
The food was excellent the portions are large enough to feed 2 people. I would definitely go to again the service was good.
VincenzoTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
12 ratings8 reviews
It was the best quality Chinese food I’ve had in a long time. Fresh vegetables and the meats were very tender with a lot of flavor. The service was great from our waiter who was a little hard to understand but made us laugh a lot with his funny comments to us.
LindaTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
40 ratings32 reviews4 photos
The service was top-line but the food was not very flavorful I'd like to try it again and maybe get something different I got a Thai noodle dish that was very Bland my fiance however enjoyed his he got a roast pork dish and it was very good
4 ratings4 reviews
So much food. One meal can definitely feed 2 people. Food is taste really good.
3 ratings2 reviews
Awesome food!!! Awesome service. Everything was so fresh ...highy recommended
RobinTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
44 ratings39 reviews
We always have a great meal here. We will go again.
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- $13.50 for $20 worth of Chinese food for two
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Dim Sum: Snacking Along the Silk RoadCheck out Groupon’s guide to learn what to expect from Canton’s small-plate tradition, dim sum. Dim sum, or bite-size Cantonese snacks, evolved from the culinary tradition of yum cha teahouses along China's Silk Road, where travelers and farmers often stopped for solitary meals. Over time, the style developed into a more social dining experience, and tablemates began sharing their mini plates. Classic dim sum offerings include steamed buns (also called bao), rolls filled with rice noodles and prawns, and dumplings, of which there are countless regional styles. Today, diners might run into anything from fried chicken feet to congealed blood cakes served under the banner of dim sum. Much of the artistry of these dishes lies in the details. Chef Jackey Chow of Hotel Nikko Hong Kong surmises that a detail as seemingly minor as the number of pleats pressed into a dumpling could determine the skill level of the cook.
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