Wah Wing serves upscale Cantonese cuisine.
Had a lovely dim sum lunch here on Sunday. Highlight of the meal: Braised Oxtail with Rice Noodle Rolls. Fall off the bone Oxtail meat in a rich and savory Supreme Soy and anise sauce - like the Italian Paparadelle with Ragu. Great attention to detail in the food - fried calamari consisted of the tentacle tips where the flavor of the squid is most succulent and sweet. Huge dining area...with an understated sense of opulence. Kitchen must be slammed left and right - but we didn't notice a problem with the service. The downside: The menus are written exclusively in Chinese - might be a challenge for people who can't read Chinese!
My family and I usually come here for dim sum (and we have dim sum a lot).
Food:Our favourites are the shrimp dumplings, and the shrimp and chives dumplings with spinich wrappings. Their portions are quite large and the dim sum is definitely quite tasty.
Service: there are enough waiters around and they are always attentive. They usually refill teapots promptly.
Ambiance: typical asian restaurant "feel"- on weekends, it is usually extremely packed and noisy so be prepared to "yell" rather than talk to people across from you.
In addition, on weekdays, there is a 20% off when you pay the bill before noon!
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Ask about their specialties. Ask about the descriptions on the menu. Very friendly and may make suggestions to make it all very good for you. A la carte orders are welcomed and quick. Quality really excels for this type of food.
Please give these guys a try and you'll be back.