$20 for $40 Worth of Chinese Cuisine and Drinks
The menu includes crispy honey chicken with sesame seeds ($17), fried beef short ribs with honey-black-pepper sauce ($20), and spicy szechuan hot 'n' sour soup with seafood ($6.50 for a small order).
Pearl Bayview Chinese Cuisine
Restaurateurs Jeffrey Mak and Kim Fung Mak have won acclaim for Pearl Harbourfront Restaurant, the sleekly modern eatery that Dine.TO proclaimed a "multi-sensual treat" when naming it the city's Best Chinese restaurant in 2011. Now, the pair's new restaurant, Pearl Bayview Chinese Cuisine, prepares a similar feast for the senses. Chef Kwok Foon Mak fashions dim sum such as deep-fried stuffed crab claws, steamed dumplings nested in baskets, or sticky rice delicately wrapped in lotus leaves. Seafood simmers in Szechuan-style hot 'n' sour soup, and black pepper-honey sauce glazes fried beef short ribs. Globe lighting, white tablecloths, and a wine rack that suspends bottles horizontally in midair give the restaurant a subdued, modern ambience.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Excellent food and service. ”
“Food is good but expensive.”
“The food is great. The service is great. It is the best food that I have eaten.”