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We went out on a Sunday and the restaurant was completely empty but we didn’t care because we thought better and faster service, we’ll we were wrong! It took a long time for them to take the order, the food was cold and forget about...More
So we came here for a family dinner. Yes, I understand that they were probably overwhelmed with big parties and last minute diners, but this is not acceptable.
We had three tables and we ordered first of the three tables. We ended up getting...More
This was a good, convenient place to go, however, they have now installed bug zappers. I get that they may have flies or gnats, but it makes me really uncomfortable to hear flies being zapped while eating.
I never thought I'd find a decent dim sum (food is hot, affordable and quality food) restaurant in the Bay Area again but can you believe there's one in Pinole! I can't say enough about food being served hot, very affordable and traditional tastes. If...More
New Years day banquet with relatives. No waiting, arrived at 5:10pm. Ample parking, at least for the holiday.
Portions for banquet sharing were ample. Authentic Chinese vegetables. Fried fish was salty. Sweet and sour pork chop was good. They gave bowls of rice, versus a...More
Ive eaten here many times. I've been there for dinner and DimSum.
The food above average but service during peak hours especially for dim sum is a bit slow. However.... if your there for dim sum your you shouldn't be in a rush anyhow.
I never thought there would ever be a very good Chinese restaurant in the deeper East Bay like Pinole, Hercules, Rodeo areas, but sure enough, my hometown has grown and had become almost gentrified, now having a good dim sum restaurant a la King Valley...More
If you want dim sum from the carts that are pushed around the room, this is good dim sum considering where you are and not having to fight traffic and parking in San Francisco or Oakland Chinatowns. But, go on Saturday or Sunday when everything...More