First things first: the dim sum were superb, the vermicelli pork dish we shared was fantastically tasty and light, and the Baron de Rothschild Bordeaux was okay value for Beijing. All in, it was less than 1,000 Yuan - so very reasonable by international standards.
But the service was patchy. The staff wanted to help but (unlike two other restaurants in the same hotel, The Regent) were slow and didn't understand much English. Fair enough but, having pointed at the picture of a bottle of a white Bordeaux, I was surprised that they brought a red.
I'll score it a 5 for the food, 3 for service, so an average of 4.
If you own or manage Lei Garden Restaurant, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.