Visited the restaurant for lunch and we were in for a pretty feast. The food was great and the service was excellent. Loved how the ingredients tasted so fresh.
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We were walk-ins for lunch but they were able to fit us in. The food came fast. The waiters were helpful. We had dim sum and added fried grouper, noodles, and beef with broccoli from the menu. The noodles was a disappointment, but the fish...More
I hadn't been to Washington DC for decades, and I totally forgot the many wonderful Sunday brunches I had at this Cantonese style Dim Sum restaurant. By accident we stumbled across this place on the way to the National Portrait Gallery, and were mightily surprised...More
The room was bright and attractive with white tableclothes, a large menu and snappy service. A tank of live lobsters in the middle of the dining room was in full view. We shared a vegetarian dish and soup. Big and varied selection on the menu....More
Delightful experience. Extensive menu (30 Chef's Specials). Good, inexpensive drinks. Large portions. Pleasing decor. Located in Chinatown. Helpful staff. We were the only diners not using chopsticks. Most diners were Asian (Chinese?) - appeared to be "regulars." We'll certainly visit during future visits to D.C.
I've learned with Chinese restaurants that their fish tanks are an indicator of their quality. I went upstairs to the Chinese portion of the restaurant and was greeted with nasty tanks with some large floating fish. Despite that, I got a table. I ordered the...More
Mongolian downstairs, Chinese upstairs. I liked the Chinese because the recipes are very traditional. For me, Chinese restaurants are comfort food and therefore creativity is not welcome. Tony Cheng gets it right. Large room, conventional Chinese restaurant décor, dim sum available. Ticks off all the...More
Ate at the top floor restaurant-was very pleased. Great tasting food with excellent service.. Prices were good= Clean place. Really enjoyed this Chinatown establishment