While the food is o.k., the restaurant is very bright, and the staff tend to shout instructions to each other!
This restaurant was ok for Chinese food. Actually this is more like a mix of different Chinese cuisines. We had a Singapore noodle dish and a Taiwanese style fish dish. The Hot and Sour soup which is typically Chinese was way too salty but not tasty in any way. The sweet and sour shrimp was bland even though it was... More
I went there twice when I stayed in Milano. I got the same BAD service from the waitress (no english, no smile, no thank you, and the worst is she throw away the napkin in front of us). And if you eat there you have to pay for the tablecloth's service for €2.
This is the only Chinese restaurant I've been to in Italy that literally, sucked. The waitress (only waitress there) had a sour look the whole time, no smile, no thanks. (I'm Chinese, and such service is disrespect to the race) The food was nothing great, doesn't make sense for anyone to go there and receive such service with such low... More
Not much ambience but I thought my chicken thai style was very good. Not sure if it was very "thai" in terms of ingredients but it was very tasty. Steamed dumplings and my husbands shrimp dish was good too. Our third chinese restaurant in Italy (we've been in Italy a month and are tired of pizza and pasta) and by... More
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