We were a party of 10 for dinner, with one late add. The 2 course Peking duck was great-lots of crisp skin draped over shrimp chips, soft thin pancakes, fresh well trimmed scallions, followed by chopped duck meat in lettuce wrap. The standout was the Hot and Sour soup-filled with shrimp, prawn, crab, and a great textured broth. The squid tubes deep fried with salt and chilli were outstanding-tender squid, crisp coating, spicy without grease or oiliness. The scallops in birdsnest was lovely to see-with a thin vermicelli bird's nest and lots of seafood and colourfut crisp vegetable. The hot pot with spicy chicken bone in had a good flavourful sauce; Shrimp chow mein was crispy, the shrimp plump and fresh; therice noodles with egg and prawn silky and smokey at the same time, the vegetable dish with varied crisp greens that held their individual tastes.. The fresh lotus buns were a yummy dessert. The service was good-no long waits for tea and a quick accommodation of an extra guest, and an unobtrusive, attentive waiter. The room is a bit crowded-it was packed, but airy with lots of windows and good lighting on the third floor of Aberdeen Mall. The cost was less than expected-about 25 dollars a person including tax and tip without alcohol. We will be back.
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