Bravo to the staff and owners for keeping it clean and actually something that the people would want to eat inside at instead of getting the traditional Chinese takeouts. If I was driving past the restaurant I would probably not go in because I would think it doesn't seem like legit Chinese, like a chop suey joint. So, I was excited when a waiter was sent to take our order. We hadn't been in awhile and I'd forgotten how good they are -- especially after some recent not so good Chinese fare. We're talking about Grand Lake Chinese Restaurant, one spot that's worth carpooling for. First of all the aroma on approaching the restaurant was superb and continued on into the establishment. With all the sit-down Chinese dim sum restaurants out there, we thought it necessary to include at least one that offers dim sum in a more convenient, any-time-the-mood-strikes type of to-go option.
Within about 30 minutes the place was full! This very compressed and summarized version of the truly expansive history behind lion dancing. We had a mushroom stuffed with shrimp paste dim sum item, steamed. Last night was the last time for me. And a delectably gluey turnip cake is one of the best around. However, I brought my parents early in order to catch their push cart Dim Sum yet I was flabbergasted at the way we were treated. Oh, yea, you're going to have a great year all right. Our entree, large enough to share, was the Lamb with ginger and scallions.
I have been a regular customer of this restaurant since it opened several years ago. Also ordered the shrimp dumplings. When we arrived at the restaurant, we were quickly shown to a table. Dim Sum is the featured attraction but there is also a lunch special menu as well as an extensive dinner menu from which you may order at any time. The dumplings were so tasty! This timeless Sunrise eatery has been one of the best places to find dim sum in West Broward for more than 25 years, in fact.
There's no cart; instead, items are sold à la carte, and feature dishes like baked barbecue pork buns, pork dumplings, congee with preserved egg and pork, chicken feet, egg custard dumplings, and fried turnip cake. Both set the bar super high. My uncle ordered the fried clams. The menu is large and even has a special Chinese section page in Chinese and English. The authentic items here listed on their own page are definitely the way to go, and I can see based on what is coming out of the kitchen and the Chinese patrons are ordering that the dim sum and Cantonese dishes are top notch. If you want more great videos and stories, like This Explains That now! My uncle ordered the fried clams.
There are more than 40 selections in all, everything from water chestnut pudding and donut rice rolls to coconut sticky rice, chicken feet in oyster sauce, and chiu chow fun for dumplings stuffed with pork, jicama, radish, peanut, chive, and coriander. Plenty of dim sum, as well as your typical Chinese American cuisine on the menu. The sauce is delicious and the lamb is very tender. Serves classic, Hong Kong-style dim sum seven days a week from 11 a. So many of the items sounded good, it was hard to pick. Nice sized wontons and a good portion of pork. Eek Anywho, I ordered my usual favorite Dim Sum food and it was good!! The food was good and came out with a minimum wait time.
This is a preliminary review based on the fact we need more stomachs to effectively sample it, but based on what we have tried this is a serious Hong Kong-style Cantonese restaurant. State Road 7, Lauderdale Lakes Out of these 4 places for dim sum, which should I make an effort to go to? I was shocked to the point my parents and I were laughing awkwardly with each other. One of the staff members greeted me when I walked in and I went to the back bar to order something quick. As i was going to be taking my order to go, i proceeded to the bar area where they do the takeouts. Other than the wontons and noodles, there really wasn't anything else to it. I'll just have to go back some other time for dinner for the dim sum.
I asked them about it, they don't make the sauce the other way which I think is flour and cornstarch thickened. Lion dancing is a cultural and historic art that stems from a. I was actually surprised just how big a portion of clams they give you. I don't like the Fake Wok. Pine Court Chinese Bistro 10101 Sunset Strip, Sunrise. Photo courtesy of Pink Buddha 8. I ordered the Cantonese wonton soup with chow fun noodles.
Service is truly not good at all. Our table was right in the middle yet when the carts were pushed around; only the two tables next to us near the wall were serviced with smiles on their face. Unfortunately, it turns out they only serve dim sum at night. First off, We went during lunch time, so it was quite quiet there. The employees were having lunch but it didn't bother me at all. For less savory options, try the egg custard tart, fried taro, and Malaysian sponge cake so you can end the meal on a sweetly satisfying note.
We both took leftovers home one of the few foods I like as leftovers! The soup was so good. The shrimp paste itself is excellent, good flavor balance between shrimp and fish. Also have the option of udon, egg, and rice noodles. If you are going to microwave the food, please at least take two min to change the plates if you are trying to finesse since plate was piping hot lol. We were seated right away getting there around 6-ish was good timing. Of course, just like I predicted. China Pavilion 10041 Pines Blvd.
Hong Kong Dim Sum 2363 N. Coming from New York, having a grandmother who worked on Mott Street in Chinatown for years and having a grandfather who is Chinese, I know exactly how that home cooked meal should taste!!! This 25-year-old Hong Kong-style restaurant in a Tamarac strip mall remains an essential part of any Chinese-food-lovers regular repertoire. Maybe noodles are a better bet. And I dined alone this trip, which allows a lot of eavesdropping time. The next time I have a craving for high quality relatively inexpensive Chinese food, Real Wok will likely be at the top of my list. Now they do have the America favorites - chow mein, spare ribs, etc.