Food was okay but service was terrible. Hot tea was basically hot water. They won't take a credit card under $25. I won't go there again.
We went to this restaurant after a long walk up Mason when we were very tired. It was busy and looked lively so thought it would be OK. Service was quick, but the dishes were warm and wet, which was very off putting. We went for one of the set meals, the starter of Vegetable Spring rolls were lukewarm, although... 更多
I will have to admit this was our first attempt at dim sum anywhere as it was our first time to Chinatown. We had asked a shop owner where to get decent dim sum down the street from here, but she couldn't recommend anywhere- we were walking up the hill when a woman approached us with the menu. We walked... 更多
We stopped in for lunch while we were spending the afternoon in Chinatown, as it looked about like every other restaurant along the way, a bit lackluster. But we had the general tso's chicken, and it was delicious! Our waitress wasn't overly friendly, but she got the job done. And the prices were reasonable, so really no complaints!
The duck in this restaurant is amazing. I eat it every time I go to Chinatown. The restaurant is simple and the service is average. So I just get the duck to go. 14 bucks for a half duck chopped up or 27 for the whole duck. Never ate anything else there - just the duck The one time I... 更多
We left the nasty gross Chinatown restaurant which was across the street and we're trying to find somewhere else to eat. This was nearby and the prices didn't seem inflated. Lots of tasty looking poultry and meats hanging in the window. We were seated quickly and a pot of tea was placed on the table without us ordering it which... 更多
We were drawn in to this typical Chinatown restaurant by assurances that they had a particular dish. It was only when we were ordering that we were told that they had run out. Oh well. What we did order was not exceptional but not terrible either; just average. We had some typical dim sum dishes and a bowl of won... 更多
On the corner are all these young Chinese girls trying to get you to go to restaurants on Washington Street. Run for your life. I went a long against my husbands advice and we were disgusted. The restaurant is upstairs. It appears to be nice with white tablecloth's but one of the customers found a roach under their plate and... 更多
Wandered around Chinatown trying to find a Chinese restaurant that we had eaten at several times before. It’s been a few years and our tired old legs didn’t want to keep looking so we happened into the Grand Palace. The food was typical Chinese and in very large portions! Ambiance is nothing to write home about, nor is the service... 更多
This was the worst restaurant in our 3 week tour of the Westcoast. Unfriendly service and the place smelled bad. We had a dim sum plate and the Peking duck. It was all warmed up and tasteless. We regret going there, the term tourist trap comes to mind but even the dummest tourist wouldnt/shouldnt go there... My bad....