I went there for dinner to celebrate Chinese New Year a few weeks ago. Overall, it wasn’t a bad restaurant, but it wasn’t spectacular.
Crab Meat with Fish Maw Soup: Decent
Sliced Pork Belly: Square slices of pork belly arranged on a dish. I wish it was cooked at little more. I’ve eaten pork fat before, but unless you make it crispy, it tastes a bit on the nasty side.
Dried scallop with egg white fried rice: My kids snagged it all before I could eat it. They haven’t quite learned the Chinese custom of letting the elders eat first.
“Beijing” Duck: It was a Cantonese-style duck. Quite good. Skin was crispy. Duck meat was well seasoned and tasty. It was carved at the table side, and the skin was served with pancakes.
Stir Fried Snow Pea Leaves: Decent
Service was decent considering the place was a madhouse. Much to our surprise, the dishes came out at about the same time, which is very admirable for that day. They weren’t too attentive with the tea, but I’ll cut them some slack due to the packed house.
Overall, it decent food, though a bit on the pricey side.