Canton 11 Restaurant is rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, based on 67 reviews!
Good food, friendly staff and good drinks.
The food was AMAZING....Great Kareoke Bar...
Good place for Friends and Family to meet!
outrageous food,service,one of the best Chinese cuisine in China towm.
the food was amazing the wait staff so kind and thoughtful - and they accommodated such a large group at the last minute thank you thank you!!!
Excellent friendly service
Everything was fresh and delicious and very nice decor and clean place.
Great chill spot. Me n my ppls had a good time. Reasonable price. Need more women tho
I didn't have high expectations for this place, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised! We came for Dim Sum, which is available daily until 3pm. Note, they charge $3 for tea, but it's definitely worth it for unlimited refills. The venue itself is luxurious, and clean (but in a cheesy, flashy way), and the staff is actually very friendly and accommodating, though their English may not be the best.
The main reason I'm not giving 5/5 is because they didn't have a wide variety of Dim Sum on the circulating carts. Most notably, there did not appear to be any soup dumplings. However, they have menus you can order Dim Sum from. OR, if you aren't sure what things are called, you can do what I did and just pull out your nifty Yelp app to show them pictures of what you'd like to order ;) If the Dim Sum you want isn't on the carts, they're more than happy to make it for you - you just have to wait 15-20 minutes.
Favorites - their little pig custard buns are iconic, and the main reason I dragged my boyfriend here. They do not disappoint - delicious and adorable, highly recommend! The other dim sum we ordered was also delicious, especially the leek dumplings and shrimp har gow. Very high quality.
Everything is very impressive; the decoration is fabulous; customer service extremely courteous; food portion is plenty; the price is a lot lower than any comparable restaurant; a big bowl of crab meat with fish maw soup is only $18.00; tasty & delicious ginger & onion lobster
, about 2 pounds, is only $25.00; large pea spout is fresh and delicious; garlic on choy is as good as it get.
A must go to cantonese style cuisine; when you take friends to this restaurant, they will love everything about this place and you will like the lower price of the check.
One of the best Dim Sum place in the Philly. Love their services and freshness of the foods. Highly recommended.
One of the new and fancy place for authentic Cantonese food. Thankfully the price is very reasonable and the service deserves five stars.
Dinner here for friend birthday. Glad we can get discount from yelp. Beautiful place. The Peking duck is really good
I want to give this place 5 stars for two reasons: customer service and decor. The staff was very courteous and the restaurant is beautiful. I went around midnight on a Sunday and the only places open in Chinatown then are crummy spots with "ok" food and poor service.
I wasn't in the mood for anything extravagant this visit and got shrimp wonton soup, spring rolls and General Tso's Chicken. The soup needed some salt, the spring rolls were ok but not the best I've had and the Tso had a good, gingery flavor but the sauce should have been thickened, in my opinion. But overall, good flavor, nothing blew me away but I'll be back to try more, especially for late-night eats when my favorite restaurants are closed.
Another Cantonese restaurant in Philly Chinatown... pretty standard. The KTV downstairs is good.
Clean and open late. The snowpeas leaf was good . Beef chow fun was awesome with chili oil. Came in with a big party of 12. Nice and spacious.
Good food for our first visit. Great service. Recommended for passersby. Yes
Food was great and loved their karaoke rooms! Simply glamorous!!! My bro enjoyed celebrating his 30th bday there.
Wonderful dinner at Canton 11 tonight! I am new to the area and just happened in later in the evening (They're open until 3am!) The service was amazing - I got a lot of help with menu since it was my first time in and there were a lot of options and sake ordering which I really appreciated. I ordered shrimp dumplings - they were perfect! they arrived super hot and so delicious. I also ordered twice cooked pork (I asked for it spicy) - Just WOW! large portion, fresh veggies and perfectly cooked pork. I really enjoyed everything - the staff is here to please! The fresh fruit served with my check was such a welcome surprise. (FUN bar in the basement too - didn't check it out but it seemed busy...) I felt so welcome - I'm definitely coming back.
At first, it felt a little intimidating to come here since it looks so fancy. But after going inside, i really like it. The service is friendly and the food and place are nice.
Nice place for family gathering. Fresh seafood and authentic Chinese snacks. Good serve and very fast response.
The place is very nice and comfortable. The food was awesome and the waiters are very friendly. Food came fast and service is good. Hopong to come back again next time. :)
Excellent service. I mean really, they were very attentive and spoke English relatively well for a Chinese joint. It's spacious so it was perfect for my big family. It's clean which is not always the case for these types of restaurants. The food was not excellent, hence the four stars. Better than average for food. The price was ok as well. I believe we spent around $350 w/o tip for a party of 15+. A lot of left overs for tomorrow. I would recommend.
The food was good. The staff were very helpful accommodating our family even with a double stroller in tow.
Good service, good yee mein and lamb pot . Would come back too. Im allergic to seafood, but my friends seemed to enjoy the shrimp. Also the goldfish are cool.
Ordered the clams with black bean sauce, jumbo shrimp and scallops in schzuesan sauce, and filet migon with vegetables. All incredible and tender with a blast of flavor. The service was top shelf and the food came out quickly. Inside looks like a fancy chinese mansion. 5/5 would reccomend to a friend
Came here again ordered lo mein it was rly good. again, great service
very good one and the food is nice, also the environment is nice and service is good. Been to here several times, also the location is good, recommend to other people to come
Ordered the clams with black bean sauce, jumbo shrimp and scallops in schzuesan sauce, and filet migon with vegetables. All incredible and tender with a blast of flavor. The service was top shelf and the food came out quickly. Inside looks like a fancy chinese mansion. 5/5 would reccomend to a friend
The food is decent and it's the cleanest Chinese restaurant in Philly. What's remarkable is that this place has such great service. If you want to host a karaoke dinner party, this place is the perfect spot. Don't forget to BYOB and save some money.
The food is great and cost efficient. The insides are very well decorated and bright. The service is pretty good. There are a lot of dishes to choose from.
We just had a wedding banquet at Canton 11. It was a wonderful experience. The management was very attentive to our needs. The service was great. Food was beautifully prepared and delicious. The restaurant decor was beautiful. The video/audio system was amazing. Overall we had an awesome time and a very memorable experience. Thank you Tina and Michael.
Authentic dim sum. Don't worry about the decor and service. Go for the food. Pretty decent.
First time at Canton 11. My first impression was the beautiful interior decoration.The dishes we ordered were delicious. Michael, the manager was sweet and funny. We'll definitely come back.
We came at lunch on a Friday for dim sum and we were one of 5 tables, so pretty quiet. We recorded excellent service, quick refresh of plates, and the carts came fast. I'd definitely recommend for family, friends, and coworkers. I'm from California so I'm dim sum spoiled. The quality of the food here is on par with what I consume on the east coast, on average.
The food I had was on-par with other quality restaurants in the area. Philadelphia Chinatown is starting to lose many of its authentic food places, so it's nice to see a place like this come up where they have exquisite dcor and a VIP style karaoke lounge, with several other rooms. The pricing is a bit higher than other places. You are basically paying extra for the ambiance and the excellent English translations in the menu so that you know what you are getting.
It gets 4 stars instead of 5 mainly because of price, but also because the food didn't wow me. I would still go back though!
The review about the water glasses being "too small", if you want more water, they will give you more water. A lot of people tend to waste water in bigger glasses anyway, and sometimes places pour you more water even if you ask them not to! So why the big fuss over smaller glasses? I think the amount is still reasonable even though maybe not plentiful, but it's not like that's all you get for water either.
After reading the reviews on this place, I was a bit apprehensive. My friends picked the place , so I agreed to go with them. Upon entering, I was very impressed. Beautiful Decor all the way around. The place was not busy, so we got a table immediately. The server took our orders and brought our drinks out quickly. The food came out just as it would any anywhere else in Chinatown , as it was prepared, so no set courses. We had six different dishes Plus the sauteed snow peas. We had the pepper steak , tofu and chicken , tsao's chicken and shrimp , frog legs , cubed steak and Seafood fried rice (Chef's specialty). I thought all of the food was very good and the service was also very good. The prices are a little higher than some of the places in Chinatown, but when you go in, you feel like you're walking in to a high class place, because that's what it is. They definitely put some money into this place. Even the bathrooms are top notch, lots of space and clean! You just don't get that in Chinatown lol. Another plus, you can get sushi here! Good sushi! I'll tell you, for the sushi option and big clean bathrooms alone, that's a big reason for me to come back. Throw in how comfortable you feel when you come in here and you'll see why you want to spend that extra dollar. I'll be back!
I went here with my family for the first time today. Food is very Food. Service is excellent. Price is reasonable. We had a private room with karaoke. Really a great time. Plan to return again for family dinners/ banquets in the future.
We haven't tried the dinner since its first week opening. But Dim Sum is absolutely delicious. We come here almost every weekend for dim sum.
Best decoration in the Chinatown area. The waitress are very nice. Food is great! Will definitely come again.
After your face has been completely melted by a blazing performance at the Troc, like the arc of the covenant has been opened at your very feet and you refused to look away, you may find that you are hungry...in Chinatown. Step in to Canton 11, spend the 15 bucks, and their banquet of succulence will take your soul and punch it into submission. Orange beef, general tso and garlic shrimp clamor for your attention with such force that the formidable waitress cannot compete. Feast my minions, for Canton 11 is the wellspring from which you flow. Regards.
Very delicious dim sum, canton food and Sichuan food. You can have all of them here with very reasonable price and high quality service. I even get different free deserts every time! BTW, if you want karaoke, the min spending is a lot which I haven't tried yet.
I usually avoid writing reviews about Philly Chinatown restaurants for two main reasons: (1) because I have extremely subjective favorite spots, and (2) because the quality of the food can vary wildly from meal to meal. However, Canton 11 is a fairly new spot that consistently serves excellent Cantonese fare in a clean, modern space with surprisingly good service.
Canton 11 does mainstream staples such as General Tso's chicken, red pork, and the honey walnut shrimp extremely well - the quality of their ingredients makes a huge difference. The shrimp is always large and bouncy, and the red pork is fresh with little trace of baking soda (a common Chinese meat tenderizing trick that leaves an unpleasant aftertaste). However, the reason we keep going back is for the traditional Canto dishes - for example, the whole fish whose meat is separated from the bones and steamed with vegetables while the bones are deep-fried. The fried ginger scallion lobster is also excellent - and they use very fresh lobsters! (And in case it isn't apparent, the 3rd big reason I don't review Chinese restaurants often is because I don't know the English names for half of these dishes...) The Peking duck is also quite good - the duck is well-executed (but a tad greasy) and they serve it with fluffy, sweet bao buns as opposed to the wraps.
In general, dishes are a little smaller and a little more expensive than what you'd find at other Chinatown restaurants. But to us, the few extra dollars is worth it for a much better-tasting meal and more enjoyable dining experience.
The staff is very English-speaker friendly and in general, service is courteous and quick. I've noticed that most servers are happy to explain menu items or suggest dishes, which in my experience is pretty unusual at a Philly Chinatown restaurant. The space is clean, spacious, and modern, with a large, beautiful fish tank filled with red parrot fish. The bathrooms are clean as well. Canton 11, with its higher-end but still affordable take on Cantonese cuisine, is a fantastic addition to the Philly Chinatown scene.
The best dim sum in Philadelphia. Cheap and high quality. Totally Chinese food, not American Chinese food. I love the fake carrot.
My family and I came here for Dim Sum on a Sunday around 12:30pm. This place is much bigger than it looks from the outside.
The staff here is very friendly, which is a nice change from the rude staff at the other dim sum places close by. I arrived before the rest of my family and was able to get seated first. My family took about 10 minutes and none of the staff rushed me or bothered me while I waited.
Once everyone arrived, the staff was quick to get our drink order and the dim sum carts started coming around. Their dim sum selection is about the same as the other places near by. We had the shrimp dumplings, veggie dumplings, ribs, congee, etc. Everything was very tasty.
The main reason I give this place 5 stars is because of the superb service. I've always had fairly negative experiences in Chinatown with regards to service so when I finally found a place where the staff is extremely polite and attentive, that really means a lot. I'll definitely be back here and recommend this to all my friends.
Food was fantastic! Staff very friendly! Overall great place.
So I am by far NOT a connoisseur of Asian food but I have to say, this place was great.
We opted for the Dim Sum which was tasty and definitely quality. The shrimp dumplings were BOMB. The place is bright and spacious and the staff and owner were very nice and accommodating. I'm pretty sure they knew that we had no idea what we were ordering LOL.
We couldn't help but notice the family across from us. They had some kind of feast with crab legs that looked absolutely amazing!
This place also has KTV karaoke, something that I have always wanted to try.
I'll definitely be back.
I don't come in the morning that much for Dim Sum. I come at night to enjoy the drunks and socially awkward couples or soon to be couple ?. Down at the basement there's a karaoke bar, It's like those Koreans drama where people stand in stage to sing their favorite song from someone who sound like "ice jay jay fish" to "Beyonc". It's a enjoyable sight to see and there's also a bar to enjoy while their singing in front of you. Best advice to not be socially awkward is to be drunk as fuck then sing your heart out cause no one cares.
Very Classy! Good food too.
I was at the karaoke bar downstairs, Lair KTV, and it is epic down there. The prices are reasonable and the sound system is great! I can't wait to go back. Definitely get a private room with friends.
the service is on par with 5 star options, the staff is very friendly, and their dim sum options are plentiful and delicious.
Prices are pretty steep for entrees in China Town ($14-20). Beautiful interior that looks highly renovated and modern. Smaller restaurant in that its around 10 tables. Presentation on dishes is solid, and they are served with good portions.
This review is purely for the underground karaoke.
I came here with my husband and 3 friends. We were greeted by the bouncer who kindly asked to see our IDs before being immediately escorted down by another gentleman who introduced us to the downstairs bar and karaoke lounge.
The decor is beautiful and not overly crowded. Given the fact that this place just opened up this month, I can tell it's yet to be discovered by the crowd up in Tango and Yakitori Boy. The fact that the crowd is modest is a pro because you're not shoulder to shoulder to someone and you're not on a list with 30 other people waitng to sing your song!
Drinks were a little pricey, 5 sapporos came to 75.00 and 3 bombay sapphires with tonic came to 21.00; but I suppose that's not bad considering we had space, a friendly and attentive staff, and beautiful decor. I'm ok with that.
I didn't order any food, but my one friends did order lamb. Unfortunately, they ran out of lamb so I couldn't tell you how it tasted. No biggie, we ate prior to our arrival so it was just something for us to nibble on. I'm pretty forgiving since this place only opened about maybe 3 weeks ago. If you're the kind of person looking for 5 stars across the board, I'd suggest giving this place a few months to get acclimated to the crowd and supply and demand.
At the very end, when you see your check, don't freak out seeing 20% gratuity added on. Your subtotal is your total and the total with the 20% is what it'll come to IF you decide to give them 20%. When we put down the card she returned with the 2 slips with the actual total (without gratuity) and the blank line for you to pen down the tip as well as the blank line for new total. Don't ask me why it's confusing; this is just what I was told and experienced. Bottom line, the 20% wasnt added on by them, but the service was great so we calculated out 20% anyway.
If you're looking for a fun night with your friends to hang, drink, dance, sing, and mingle with some new people without feeling like your being packed in like sardines, this is the place to be!
This is the second time we went. Both times were excellent! Today we went on a Sunday for Dim Sum, everything was hot and fresh, and absolutely delicious. The staff is friendly and helpful, and it was very cheap for a lot of food.
The bathrooms are the cheapest in Chinatown also.
Come have great meal!
The best dim sum I have ever eaten, even better than those famous ones in mainland China. This is the restaurant you never want to miss! Can not wait to come back again!
Don't let the over-the-top facade or finishings fool you... this is a place for serious eating. With expert guidance from enthusiastic Hong Kong native Michael, who made sure the bartenders made our cocktails to our specifications, we chose 3 authentic Cantonese dishes - lobster dumplings, filet Mignon with rosemary, and grouper in dry pork sauce.
We were particularly pleased at the pacing of the meal. Drinks actually came out first, which annoyingly often doesn't happen these days for some reason. We lingered over cocktails for a good 10-15 minutes before our dumplings arrived. Michael recommended the chili sauce as an accompaniment, and it went perfectly with the large buttery chunks of perfectly cooked lobster tail.
After the waitstaff cleared away our plates, they brought fresh ones for the main course, a class move. And again, pacing was leisurely, not too fast, not too slow, like this meal was worth savoring.
First entree to arrive was the filet Mignon with rosemary. So tender a knife was unnecessary, the succulent beef was nicely flavored with rosemary, accompanied by red and yellow bell peppers. Next was the grouper, breaded in corn meal and wok-fried, not at all greasy, paired with a super fragrant spicy pork and chili pepper "sauce." Michael explained that this was a typical Hong Kong preparation, minced pork cooked in egg yolk w hot peppers as an accompaniment to a mild fish. The pairing working beautifully. An icy Tsingtao cut the spice perfectly.
We ended the meal with a traditional dessert, a lightly sweet warm soup of pumpkin, taro, and green beans. Never would have imagined liking it so much.
On our way out Michael insisted on showing us the enormous banquet spaces on the 2nd floor, including a private party room featuring a massive round table with a fountain in the center and mechanical Lazy Susans to move the food around. Over the top but awesome.
We will be back!
This place is absolutely beautiful. It looks like those million dollar homes in China (you only see in movies). A group of seven of us came. We were greeted and seated right away.
We sit down and order hot tea right away. The menu here is intense. Tons of options. From serving size soups simple soups to the extremely expensive delicacy of soft shell turtle soup.
We ordered Pea Sprout w/Fresh Garlic. This dish was fresh and garlicy. Simple and good.
Chef's Fried rice w/Conopy, Fish, Tomato, Spring beans etc. This dish is huge. Crispy, soft, and different from all other fried rice, I have tried. I think the tomatoes gives it a slightly fresh flavor. Very good.
Sauteed Frog w/scallion in Guang Dong Style. The frogs tasted really fresh. Like chicken. Lol. The flavors were light. Sauteed peppers in different assortment and onions accompanied this dish and it was perfect. What ever Guang Dong Style is? I love it.
General Two's Chunk Chicken and Jumbo Shrimp. Now, this is a dish I would not habe ordered but I am glad Ramon ordered this. The best General Tso's I have ever eaten. Lightly battered chicken breast, fried crispy on the outside but tender and juicy on the inside. The shrimp were big and fresh. All of that tossed in this heavenly sauce. You can taste the ginger and slightly sweet flavor in this dish. (Highly recommended).
Ma Po Tofu. If you are of Chinese decent, you will love this dish. Soft and silky tofu mixed with minced pork, peas, mushroom and I believe it's muster greens. It's so good. This is a real Chinese dish.
Stir fried Cubed Steak w/Terriyaki Sauce. The steak is cooked to perfection with asparagus and scallion. This dish had the lightest or softest flavor out of all the dishes. Also very good. The meat is tender.
Pan fried steak with mixed peppers. This is actually like sizzling steak. The peppers are super fresh and an abundant array of different types of peppers mixed with onions. Tender and flavorful. Very good.
Salmon avocado. This was good. The soy sauce that accompanied this dish was very light in flavor.
We also ordered hot tea and white rice. The white rice is served serving size. I am not use to that. Most places serve a big bowl to share. Overall, our bill was about $145. Tip separately. For the amount of food we ordered I thought our bill would have been much higher.
I would highly recommend this place. I did read a few reviews prior to trying this place. Yes, this place is absolutely beautiful. Stunning. Looks like only the rich can eat here. Lol. Service was excellent. I don't speak Chinese. I ordered everything in English. Price was very good for what we ordered.
Parking is metered. Space is air conditioned well. They have a sushi counter next to the beautiful fish tank. I will have to come back for dim sum and karaoke another time.
I want to give Canton 11 5 stars but here's why I haven't:
We had NYE dinner upstairs. The place is very opulent and funky which we loved. The food, not so fantastic. We asked for recommendations and the server told us that we would have to ask the manager because he had no idea what he's eaten there before and could not name any of the dishes.
We got a shrimp and scallops dish which was good, the kung pao chicken was mediocre. The edamame was cold, which they said was intentional, but odd.
This is why this place gets stars: the downstairs! We didnt have a private room but the bar area was awesome! The light up floor, the weird mannequin, the retro microphones, the music. It was such an awesome vibe! Thinking of seeing if we can rent it out for a birthday party! I'd go back, not for dinner..but to party.
I was pleasantly surprised during my trip to Canton 11. Like many others, we went there for a business holiday dinner upstairs.
It's hard to beat the interior decor of Canton 11 especially in Chinatown. I won't get into detail, just look at the pictures.
Since it was a business holiday party, we didn't order anything. It was a traditional Chinese banquet served family style. I do remember that everything was surprisingly good. I keep saying this because I initially thought it'd be all surface and no substance like many other places decked out like this. I do remember the Peking Duck and that was quite good.
No complaints about the service either but there was no language barrier for us as there might be for some others. The only negative I'll say is that karaoke songs are kind of lacking (but serviceable) and the software is not user friendly but I'm assuming that will be improved as time goes on since the location is pretty new.
I am curious now how their dinner service is and plan on going back soon to try out their regular menu.
Points for: Decor, food, service
No real complains unless you're really into karaoke.
I didn't have high expectations for this place, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised! We came for Dim Sum, which is available daily until 3pm. Note, they charge $3 for tea, but it's definitely worth it for unlimited refills. The venue itself is gorgeous, luxurious, and clean, and the staff is actually very friendly and accommodating, though their English may not be the best.
The main reason I'm giving this a 4/5 instead of a 5/5 is because they didn't have a wide variety of Dim Sum on the circulating carts. Most notably, there did not appear to be any soup dumplings. However, they have menus you can order Dim Sum from. OR, if you aren't sure what things are called, you can do what I did and just pull out your nifty Yelp app to show them pictures of what you'd like to order ;) If the Dim Sum you want isn't on the carts, they're more than happy to make it for you - you just have to wait 15-20 minutes.
Favorites - their little pig custard buns are iconic, and the main reason I dragged my boyfriend here. They do not disappoint - delicious and adorable, highly recommend! Their shrimp har gow and leek dumplings were also very good.
This review is focused on the karaoke bar area located downstairs.
We came here to celebrate two birthdays and had an easy time finding parking and getting in. No cover charge and went in to find a nice bar area and plenty of seating and a light up dance floor with karaoke.
The bartenders were quick and did a good job getting to people in the order they came. The drinks aren't as expensive as other places in the city as well. We got a bottle of Medea which lights up with whatever you want to write on it. Small bonus but still cool and something everyone wanted to take pics of. Attractive staff which is a nice bonus as well.
Karaoke is also FREE which is nice. Usually most places, karaoke in the public bar area is like $5 for 2 songs or something which isn't much but the fact that it was free just made it feel like a nice bonus rather than a paid service there to milk a few extra bucks out of customers. The karaoke machine is very well up to date with music and they play the actual music video if there was a music video for that song, not those weird ass C videos you usually see haha. Not a big deal either way but it was nice to see their free karaoke was so up to date. If you're at the bar area, you of course hearing the singing but it isn't overwhelming where you have to yell at the person next to you just to have a conversation.
We partied here till closing and then went upstairs to order seafood fried rice to go. For how cold it's been lately, it was nice to just have food right there after partying rather than needing to go somewhere else. They gave us a lot for our buck too.
Had a really good time overall and the night wasn't too pricey at all. My friends were already talking about the next trip there.
We came for a large party in one of Canton 11's reserved party rooms and were able to experience their multiple course meals. Honestly I lost count at how many courses we were able to make it through, and we had to leave a bit early. But my experience at Canton 11 was very delightful. The service is super attentive and very nice, they take great care of you and they bring out each course at perfecting timings to reflect the entire party. My favorite dishes were the walnut shrimp, that dish was finished in under 2 minutes at my table when it was brought out! Second favorite had to be the ginger lobster, it was decadent and moist - huge chunks of lobster. I'm a big seafood person, and I love the way it was served. I love the interior, definitely gives you a feel of an extravagant palace. Food came out pretty quickly and pretty efficiently, which is awesome especially for multiple course meals. They take you through numerous appetizers and then the entrees, I was so stuffed leaving this place.
I'd definitely come back to try out their dim sum which I've had several recommendations of. But for now, this place gets 4 stars for service, design, and food! Wouldn't give it the 5 stars only because it did blow my mind or exceed any expectations. It was good, but I wouldn't say life changing.
Food tastes awesome. Good environment.
Had this a whole ago. Their specialty is (obviously) Canton 11 Restaurant soup. I got it with just Canton 11 Restaurant where as my mom ordered it with noodles. Both were good, nothing special but that's the beauty of Canton 11 Restaurant soup. It's never a failure! We also ordered the pork and preserved egg porridge which was pretty standard. All in all a good meal at a good price.
We reserved a private room during the very busy Chinese New Year for 22 people. The food was good (dim sum) but it ran out very quickly because the restaurant was so crowded.
The waitress was friendly and apologized for the wait times between the carts of dim sum.
Centrally located in Chinatown Philly.
Delicious. Very generous servings and friendly staff. The restaurant is good for a date or a small gathering. They have adequate seating, very clean, and professional. Will be back!
My goodness this such a beautiful place, down stairs is their karaoke bar. They have private rooms and a public karaoke room with a stage. This is definitely a place to experience whether it's in a private room or in the public room its a fun and beautiful place to be...they service only top shelf drinks only.
Great karaoke place, very authentic. As far as the food we only had access to the karaoke menu and the food was good. The service was good as well.
Great place for dim sum. The carts were a bit slow, but that was expected for a busy Sunday afternoon. For the price, the food was amazing.
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