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4 based on 11 reviews
Went with fussy in-laws, expecting a few problems- but no, everything was perfect.We chose the $28 banquet and most of our 8 could not fit in dessert. Fantastic service and food and NO corkage! Did I mention that it is strictly BYO. All comments were positive and 'just like the old days' Chinese restaurants.
4 based on 50 reviews
We have eaten here twice and on each occasion the star are the BBQ meats. Sure they cook other dishes and the char kway teow is pretty good too. You get a complementary bowl of soup as you sit down. Forget the service, focus on the food. If you are coming in the evening, come early. The queues are long. Many are take outs but the turn over is quick. The other place on the same street is strangely quiet by comparison. This tells you everything.
3 based on 96 reviews
Wow! Wow! Wow! There are as many versions of "Peking Duck" as there are of roast chickens! The ones served here (and at its "sister-branches" around Melbourne) are definitely THE BEST OF THE BEST! The restaurant is filled by 5.45pm every night and Peking Duck is served at every table, the only difference is "how many ducks per table"! It's a Peking-Duck-Institution .... a MUST for all duck lovers!
3 based on 36 reviews
Been here many, many times. Mostly mid-week. Previously given it a good write-up.However....on last weekend.....table for 2 please. Staff member wiped down table but did not return condiments he had placed on nearby table. I moved them across.Ordered our standard, fried rice and pork dumplings. Normally a complimentary tea container on table, I had to ask for it.Always, always, the fried rice comes before the dumplings....but not this time. The dumplings eventually arrived, and after quite a wait, just about to ask the whereabouts of the rice, and it came....lukewarm. Obviously been sitting around, forgotten.Had to ask for serving spoon, and fork, for 90 year-old other with me.Perhaps weekend staff are casual employees, but on this occasion....much too casual. Restaurant only one-third full!!A bit of training please.
4 based on 54 reviews
Very creative concept by having a small food court concept / trying to impersonate the Asian hawker market style labelled as Kitchen Republic.Pretty much they've already covered most of the food options around this suburb.They have plenty of food options such as, dumplings (xiao long bao), bento, noodle and others.The restaurant was very spacious and they had upstairs and downstairs section.We went there pretty late around 8.30 PM but the place was still busy, we reckoned many people just like hanging out in that restaurant.The vibe was pretty nice, great to hangout with big group of friends.We ordered:- No. 901 (Taiwanese XML Crispy Fried Chicken Rice Box - A large crispy coated boneless chicken fillet) for $12.50.The portion was generous and presentation was pretty good and appealing.The chicken was crispy on the top part unfortunately on another part it wasn't crispy at all. It was oily and soggy, we were quite disappointed with this dish because we had high expectation with the great presentation.The taste was alright, we didn't find any special on this dish only the portion.- No. 913 (Three cup chicken on rice - cooked with soya, wine and sesame oil) for $11.50.We prefer this dish compared to the Crispy Fried Chicken. It was great combination and balance with soya, wine and sesame oil. The chicken was nicely cooked, it was tender, soft and juicy. Unfortunately, it was slightly salty.Overall, the place was great but the food was so so. Service: 3.0Taste: 2.5Price: 3.0Speed: 3.0Yay: The restaurant was very spacious, plenty of optionsNay: Crispy fried chicken dish wasn't crispy, very standard taste
4 based on 29 reviews
Basic but clean setting with friendly staff. Pan fried pork and vegetable dumplings was a delicious entree, then followed by the sensational crispy beef with a touch of sweet sour and rich and flavoursome kung po chicken.Thanks for the vote if you found this review helpful.
3 based on 149 reviews
Have been coming here for years. We shared two ducks between six An early Tuesday night sitting,not too crowded,not noisy,prompt service and crispy ducks,rice noodles and Chinese broccoli. Worth the hike from BRIGHTON.
4 based on 113 reviews
After much searching for a good Yum Cha in the outer east of Melbourne, we came upon Gold Leaf in East Burwood. Since the closure of Taipan, our continual search finally gave us a great Yum Cha again. The Gold Leaf offers great variety of dishes, well cooked and well presented. You can tell by the presence of many Asian families that our search has been successful. Tripe, chickens feet and whitebait are typical of the asian fare that excites our palate. Although the restaurant is quite big, service is quick and efficient. If you want a particular dish, ask the waiter to get it for you.Licensed or byo (corkage is reasonable), our stay was most enjoyable.Two sittings for lunch suits both the early bird and the linger longer diners. I suggest the 1.30pm sitting if you want the latter.Very happy with everything at Gold Leaf and will be returning soon.
4 based on 148 reviews
We have irregular dinners here with a group of ex work colleagues. This time there were 8. We always start with a mixed selection of dumplings - ask for their chilli in oil that they make on the premises for something different. 6 dumplings later we shared 4 meals and after that we were seriously full. The service is always friendly and courteous, the dumplings are delicious and the meals are tasty and cooked perfectly. They know exactly what they are doing which is why they win so many awards!
4 based on 67 reviews
TIP. Restaurant is on Stephensons Road. Large car park at rear, with rear pedestrian entrance into restaurant.Smart looking table cloths. Two of us sat in a 4 person booth - nice, comfy, roomy seating. Long tables are available for small groups.At 6pm on this Saturday there were plenty of spare seats.TIP. BYO wine is permitted, but $7 per bottle corkage. The in-house wines are reasonably priced, so leave the BYO at home. Wines available by the glass. Beers available. Food is Hakka style (region in SE China) with Swedish influence.The #5 Hakka Fried Prawns with Steve's spicy Hakka dipping sauce were a delicious entree, and the Masala (spicy) Fish main course (pictured) was absolutely scrumptious - so full of spicy flavours - with Egg Rice side dish. And the Swedish Cake w ice cream for dessert was really good also.We'll have to go back again.
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