Dim Sum King
Great dimsum place, the service was quick and most of servers knew good enough English. The food did get slow at a point. Average person should be fine in 25-30 bucks for a full satisfying meal. 4 stars since the price point is a bit much for the ambiance n quality. Once in every little while place.
Nice presentation of food and great attentive service. Since the waitress served food to individual plates, I couldn’t take photos of all the dishes. Fish maw soup had a lot of seafood and tasted great. Appetizers were a good variety with
Great value and experience. Been here a few times for dim sum and dinner. It's getting hard to find a place like this downtown, old school, get the job done kind of place. Everything is pretty good. The staff is exceptional. The dinner service is a great bang for your buck. Definitely worth a try.
Very nice staffs here, good customer service and very clean. Waiting line is short, service comes immediately. Food isn’t too salty either. However, the food is often not too hot and slightly warm as if it’s microwaved. Other than that it’s pretty good.
Amazing food! I ordered through Uber and the uber delivery person forgot an item.I called the restaurant, quickly confirmed with me the item was missing with no
My family had dim sum brunch at this restaurant when we visited Toronto! It’s one of the biggest traditional Cantonese restaurants in Chinatown! Very cozy and relaxed atmosphere, kids friendly environment, a large selection of food,
Old school dim sum restaurant in the heart of Chinatown. The restaurant is up a few flights of stairs but there is an elevator when it's in service. This restaurant still goes with the old-school pencil and paper menu if you don't know what
Tried to order online through their qMenu website application, and appeared to be accepted (provided confirmation and pick up time). However upon arriving to pick up , staff were rude and the order apparently had
Really helpful staff, and the food was delicious. We had no trouble ordering even though only one of our party spoke Cantonese. All of the standard dim sum dishes are served (shrimp dumplings, egg yolk buns, etc.). They also have slightly
Very good food and very nice staff! It’s a pretty big restaurant that can accommodate big groups (we were 13 on 1 big round table). I would definitely go again! Highly recommended. Sorry forgot to take pictures but the food was delicious. We ordered multiple things but the duck was my favorite.
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Ordered the Gen Tso's Chicken and the fried morsels were so small that it is questionable if any meat and what meat was involved. just a dry representation with no sauce. Normally this dish is made with large juicy bits of leg and thigh
Still the most delicious after decades, and we were especially impressed with the variety of flavours between spicy dishes. Eggplant, mapo tofu and dan dan noodles were particularly good.
The place is ok, I only bought their dumplings and they only have pork dumplings and it will take for about 25mins before you could get their dumplings the service is ok. Their wash is really way up high it is like a maze going to their washroom.
Best sichuan food restaurant in Toronto. Good service and environment. Impressed and will go again.
The restaurant is listed under a different name, this is a new shop . But mediocre food standard in this place still is the same. The waiters are inexperienced, but selected few are very nice, overall recommend their spicy big dishes, but not the BBQ.
Cheap, clean, quick service. However it s clearly not the best place to eat Pekin duck or BBQ pork. Don't know all Toronto's Chinese restaurants, but all Paris 13e Chinese restaurant have better ducks.duck skin is supposed to be crunchy and meat is supposed to have thousands of flavours.
We ordered about 10 different dishes and every single one was amazing. I can't believe I waited so long to try this place... I could have been eating and enjoying this delicious food for years!! Now I live out of town :'( I will be back as often as possible!
Great price, tasty foods. A good open space.
This is exactly the kind of noodle store someone would expect out of Chinatown. Tasty and solid selection of Chinese barbecue, portions for noodles kind of small but reasonably priced, large selection of common Chinese snacks such as cheung
Enjoyed the roast duck and rice dinner. Quick service and authentic Chinese food experience. Highly recommended culinary stop in the heart of Chinatown