4 based on 143 reviews
There's generally no shortage of Chinese joints in Finland, but most of them are characterized by being pretty affordable and also indistinguishable from each other, the latter also applying to their different dishes.Yangtze strives to rise above this crowd by offering less paper lanterns and more of a modern dining experience with snappy interior design, nice tableware and some extra attention to how the dishes look as well as taste. This is also reflected in the prices.For those prices, you get some rather tasty food, though especially the starters are very, very pricey for the amount that you get. True, a lot of love must have gone into the dumplings, but you'd expect more than a small handful of them.As said though, what you do get is at worst tasty and at best inspired, and Yangtze does obviously stand apart from its more traditional counterparts. So, if you got a craving for Chinese, but have company that you wouldn't like to take down to your favorite grease pit, this is the solution right here. Just know that your wallet is going on a diet, even if you aren't.
3 based on 16 reviews
Atmosphere is all but temptating; dirty carpet and screaming green self painted walls. Crowded during lunch time but otherwise no one. Sweet and sour chivken is different in positive way and it is actually possibly the best I've been tasting. Otherwise food is below average, especially the soups.
3 based on 35 reviews
The restaurant was chosen after being declined from other top #10 ones from TripAdvisor ranking. I didnât have any expectations, but turned out to be really good. It wasnât really excellent, but the price/quality ratio should position this place much higher than it is now. Totally recommend for casual dining.
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