First of all, service was okay, there was no hostess to great us, and no one to sit us, until my mother frantically waved at one of the waiters. They cleaned up our plates once, and that was probably the only serviced we had.
Food- we ordered Fried spicy prawns, scallop and gai lan, house special beef tenderloin( the sweet and sour kind), smoked black cod, roasted squab and chicken jellyfish salad. The smoked black cod was the only dish that was good. The fried spicy prawns were too fishy, it seemed unfresh and the prawns are tooo small! The gai lan had lots of yellow flowers in it, so its old, and stringy, and did not taste like vegetables at all. The beef smelt too much like meat tenderizer, and the beef was overcooked and fatty, considering the dish is $18.95. The chicken jellyfish salad had too much fried crispy wonton pieces and too much chicken skin...it lacked the jellyfish and white chicken meat.
Ambiance-nothing special, it was actually kind of dark, but not in a romantic kind of way.
Value- not worth it, spent like $150 including tips for low-quality food and service. I can get better value food at chinese fast-food take out places. Also, they charge you $6 for a tiny pint of rice!!
Probably not going to go back, there are far more better chinese restaurants in the Lower Mainland