Tea-smoked duck balances crispy skin and succulent flesh with a smokiness that underlines rather than overwhelms. Fish fillets are dipped in light nori-flecked batter and deep-fried to a golden crispness; served with a traditional Chinese dark vinegar, it's a fusion take on the English fish fry. A generous dish of preserved vegetables braised with dried bean curd and edamame demonstrates the... more
From Toronto to Vancouver, I have been to many Shanghai food restaurants, this got be the best tasting Shanghai, Ningbo food around. This restaurant is run by a family from Ningbo 寧波.
It is located in north east part of Vancouver. When entering the restaurant, there are a number of awards hanging on the wall, including Chinese Restaurant 2010, 2013.... more
My last visit to this restaurant was at least 10 years ago. Tonight, I re-visited them at 6:30 p.m. and found the food was still OK though not perfect. But when compared to the price in some of the Shanghaiese restaurant in Richmond, they are not bad though I need to drive 25 minutes to reach there. One of the... more
A friend and I went there for a dinner. The restaurant was packed. But we had luck and got the last free table for two. We ordered several dishes and it was delivered relative fast. The sour-hot soup was ok; a bit neutral but generally not bad. The prawns tasted interesting, sweet, in particular not too sweet. The pork was... more