I've been looking for decent Chinese food since moving here from the Cambie Corridor and I have finally found one. My sisers and I wanted to try it out since we are so close and there are nothing but greasy Western Chinese food in the neighbourhood.
The Hot and Sour soup is excellent with the right amount of hot and sour. The string beans were well done with garlic and beef. We stuck to the main Fried Rice and Chow Mein first as a standard. It passed with the fussy kids and the adults. We had vegetables with seafood and they did not skimp on the seafood (shrimp, scallop, etc.) We had the broad rice noodles with beef and the crispy top fried noodle with chicken and vegetables.
I ordered the wonton noodle soup and it was a nice touch with the deep fried crispy garlic on top.
They offered us complimentary taro soup for dessert and it was very good. I order the red bean on ice but was disappointed that the ice were small cubes instead of crushed.
They have hot pots which I will try next time and a fresh crab selection. They also have specialty soup which is written in Chinese on the wall and judging by the higher price, these are authentic soup which I will have to bring my mom to translate. I'm sure they will translate for us as well.
The service is very attentive and friendly and they filled our tea very often. I know my fussy older sister, who has eaten in all the good Chinese restaurants in Vancouver will approve. The prices are reasonable and the serving size is great. The restaurant is very clean and that is a big plus for me.
Overall, this is a gem amongst the other crappy Chinese restaurants withing the vicinity.