Submitted Sunday, October 29, 2006 - 3:51pm [Dine in]
This is the only decent place for Chinese food in and around West Vancouver. Despite its humble exterior and lack of decorations, this is a classical case of not judging a book by its cover.
Hint: Don't order from the regular menu but look at the tiny cardstand. Ask the server for recommendations as well, she'll point you in the right direction. Adding to Ho in da Wall's suggestion, I would recommend the Soya Duck, Fried Shrimp Balls and Chinjew Chicken. This would be a good start for the moderately adventerous.
They recently started serving alcohol as well!
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Submitted Sunday, October 29, 2006 - 3:41pm [Dine in]
Don't let the small and basic exterior fool you, this place is as good as any of the fancier looking Hot Pot restaurants in and around Richmond.
With respect to the food rating, I know you probably think I'm being biased in giving a 5 since the food served at hot pot places are just basic raw ingredients but it's all about the soup base that you use! At this restaurant you can choose the soup base depending on whether you want it savoury, spicy or something simple. It simply tantalizes the tastebuds!
Service is pretty quick, just make sure you can read chinese or have a friend that is literate in it because the menu doesn't have english. But you can always go ahead and ask the waitresses for assistance!
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