Consistently good food at a fair price. If you are craving dumplings, you can't go wrong with this place. Personally, I like Dumpling House better but not by a large margin. Only negative would be the service was slow at the time I went
This is a very traditional Chinatown spot and should be on anybody's list if you like dumplings. always fresh and delicious, it's a must-go, for sure. If they had a fidelity program, I'd be a VIP without a doubt. The place is big enough to go with friends or family and their service is very fast.
It's a great place to eat dumplings, they are very fresh and have so much quality. They are not expensive at all, I recommend to anyone that whats to eat in Toronto Chinatown.
First time here to this small but popular dumpling restaurant. First impressions is that the decor is very dated. Makes me feel like I've stepped back into time. Restaurant is actually larger than it looks staff were cordial food took a
Fast service, the dumplings were delicious! My group especially loved the spinach/shrimp/chive/egg steamed dumpling, it was so good. We got seated quickly and service was quick. The only thing that took a bit longer was when we had to split the bill into 4. It took a while for the servers to help us prepare the machine for payment.
Forgot to take a photo of the dumplings but I had a delicious lunch here. In and out in under 30 minutes. Freshly made and cooked, fast service, and great taste.
Been to this place a couple times. I've tried their steamed dumplings and their noodles. Their menu claims no MSG for everyone who is concerned about it. I liked their steamed dumplings over their beef noodles. Both were good. Their beef
Very good dumplings, most dishes were solid but the baozi big steamed buns were a little dry. Good prices and no frills style. Worth checking out for sure
Saturday half twelve and I didn't have to line up, I have had to in the past, pretty busy, however, the staff were efficient and fast considering the place was almost full. I went for the ground pork with sweet bean sauce on noodles. I
This place is so good!! Truly the BEST dumplings ever!! We got Hot and Sour soup and the beef and chive steamed dumplings. The dumplings had some juice in them which made them even better! They are not considered soup dumplings but they are juicy! The prices are fair not too pricy. We were served tea as well.
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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