Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in Lund. Among the oldest cities in Sweden, Lund was founded in the late 10th century. The stalwart Lund Cathedral is almost as old as the settlement itself; it was built in traditional Romanesque style and contains a beautiful astronomical clock, five organs and an ancient crypt. Explore charming Jakriborg, a modern residential area that emulates a medieval town, then head to the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
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4 based on 202 reviews
We were here to try their buffÃ© for our late valentines day dinner. We tried to call and reserve a table and was told this was not possible that we should just arrive and see if there was room. So we arrived and got a small 2 persons table right at the door. We had a chance to change table later on which we did. We started off sushi and it was alright. Not super good or exciting. As buffÃ© sushi usually are. Had been standing out and dried a bit if you catch my meaning. Nice seaweed sallad. We tried their dumplings which was quite the disappointment. Not flavourful and quite boring to be straight with you, including a very small and weak selection. Then we went to try the Mongolian BBQ. A lot of things to choose from which is nice. But I would have loved to have some form of guide in writing or maybe a person that one could ask for advice. Which goes with which. I asked the cook to recommend a sauce for me and I am not quite sure if he understood me. Anyhow. It was good. I have a big weakness for Pho, the vietnamese soup. Since rosegarden actually advertise them selves with (among other things) to come and make your own Pho! But what they served was not Pho. Maybe the broth was done right, it was good but where were all the fresh vegetables and the herbs and where were the lime? No hoisin sauce and no ordinary chilli sauce. Anyone ever eaten a Pho soup would know that what they tried to convince you were Pho in fact was a very failed attempt of one. I was deeply disapointed. At last we tried the different prepared dishes with everything between peanutsauced chicken sticks and beefstew. Some of the dishes were alright some of it not. Nothing that blew my taste buds away. To my surprise they also served very western food. I did not try those dishes due to no more space in my stomach. We did enjoy the softice with toppings and tried their cakes. The chocolate cake you can skip, dry and not worth the calories. My boyfriend liked the panacotta but I found it a bit wierd having what tasted and looked like "EkstrÃ¶ms krÃ¤m" on top. Since the buffet is so large i understand that it is diffucult to keep an eye on everything. There were often empty trays and even at some points no more plates. If they had one person in charge of keeping an eye on the buffÃ© it didn't show. Over all I think this restaurant proves that one place cannot do everything well. Instead they manage to do some of it to an acceptable standard while some dishes should be skipped entirely. I would definitely recommend you to figure out which dish you want to eat, find a restaurant that does that particular dish as a speciality and eat there rather than here were everything is half done.
4 based on 91 reviews
The dumplings are freshly fried and very good, the sauces are authentic and delicious and the staff is very friendly. The portions are very big, it's not very cheap but you get a lot for your money.
4 based on 98 reviews
We were not happy with this place. The food arrived after almost an hours wait. Finally when it did it was super spicy even though we had asked for the lowest spice level. And now we have bad digestion. We will not go here again. We were not happy to see the small kitchen where this poor guy was cooking - almost no space and no ventilation!
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