Price is reasonable and quality is high, so almost lunch/dinner times are busy. Resavation is better.
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Met up with friends for dim sum. Just like being in Hong Kong. Food was great and the atmosphere authentic. The crab with goose egg coating was excellent though rich. Ho fun noodles were excellent - not too greasy. Also the ha gaw and Sui...More
They used to be one of the top rated Chinese restaurant in the Bay Areas but the food and service quality had gone downhill over the years. That being said, it is still one of my favorite restaurants especially for Chinese "dim sum". My favorite...More
I continue to dine here for the dim sum only. I do not know if the unfriendly and inattentive service is a cultural thing but they are consistently rude. They are always busy as dim sum is served at a certain time of the day....More
My husband and I nitially invited our niece to meet with us in Millbrae for dinner at a Chinese cafe/bistro during our visit to California (somewhere between San Francisco where she lived and Los Altos where we were staying). Unfortunately, the cafe/bistro was closed on...More
The restaurant adds additional tables to accommodate more people. Quality of food suffered in addition to the uncomfortable sitting arrangement. Will avoid in the future.
Everything we had was hot and freshly made. The dim sum was very good, hot, large pieces, good quality and fresh. If you noticed lunch and dinner it's pretty much all foreign born Chinese eating there, which means it must be good... A definite place...More
A sister of coworker who lives here recommended this as a must stop place to dine when in the area. Supposedly less pretentious and the dim sums were just as good as Koi Palace. The Kitchen Restaurant had three plaques on display showing their Michelin...More