This is a Chinese restaurant that a friend from San Francisco brought us over for dinner. The taste is very good, and the dining environment is quite good, the service is also enthusiastic, the communication in Chinese in the restaurant is not great, and they still insist on using public chopsticks
This is a well-known Chinese restaurant in Union Square. The decoration is simple but very good, and the dishes are quite good. Although there are a lot of cuisines, but in terms of the few dishes we ordered, they are still quite outstanding
This Chinese restaurant is located in Chinatown, and the location is very easy to find, so the business is very good. The dish they want to recommend is the roast duck, which is very authentic and made by the chef.
This restaurant was originally included in the Michelin Candidate List. It was really shocked when I ate it in the first two years. Recently I went there a few times and felt that it was not as good as before. It has a special menu for vegetarians, which is very careful. Every time I go, I must order the beef hand-rolled noodles. The soup is rich and the beef stew melts in your mouth. A few small green vegetables are garnished by the side. Dim sum is the top brand in this restaurant. Xiaolongbao is delicious whether it is stuffed with wild pork or crab noodles. Shrimp dumplings are ok. The staple foods are beef noodles and double-shelled fried rice. For dim sum, lychee and matcha ice cream are good choices. The puffs are a bit big and don’t feel like a one-person serving. If you are full, skip it (´･_) ･`)
A more authentic Chinese restaurant, a good place for dinner at home.
Suddenly I feel like eating such a delicious meal abroad! Great