What a disaster. First time but never again! Almost nothing was homemade. The dimsum were frozen. Everything was tastless.
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The home made pooled noodles are a must have if you like authentic Chinese food. Not only the noodles are tasty in this restaurant, also the other dishes (as the cold beef and churros-like) are extremely nice. Last but not least the owner is always...More
I discovered, this gem of a noodle bar way to late. It's hidden in between stores in Chinatown, with a family feel when you enter and very friendly service. The menu has quiet a few things to chose from ranging from fish to fried duck...More
The noodles are freshly made in front of your nose and you taste that! The more you eat from the noodle soup, the more you like it! The bowl is big and you can definitely taste the flavour of Asia. In the restaurant we were...More
Based on the the reviews I read here I had pretty high expectations of Bai Wei. I went at at 18h45 on a Wednesday evenng before an event at the nearby Elizabeth Center. I was pleased with the meal, but not thrilled with it. Here's...More
Fresh and very good. They make the noodles in the open kitchen (see photo) They have all the icky things most would not order like duck tongues and pig intestines but you can have tasty things like prawn dumplings soup ( see photo) and sliced...More
this place is a gem for people who look for a friendly, welcoming place with tasty Asian dishes. The family who run the restaurant is super nice . Great experience.