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Our family of nine ordered many things, some better than others. After reading about the hand-pulled noodles, I should have ordered some on top of the sushi I ordered.
The chili wontons were good. The sushi was acceptable. One of our four soup dumplings' soup...leaked out - disappointing! They were also too th oh ck for my tastes. Could have asked for another, but it would have taken too long.
The youngster with the California roll scarfed it down! The DanDan noodles at the other side of the table looked very tasty. The siu mai were alright, but again, the dough on the ha gow was too thick. Guess I'm too used to the food in Houston's Chinatown.
I will say that all the staff aimed to please and we had very good service.More
Service was fast and friendly. We had soup dumplings, siu mai and the ramen noodle soup to share. The house made, pulled noodles were excellent with the beef broth and pork belly. The soup dumplings and siu mai satisfied our dim sum cravings but seemed...a little small and could’ve used a little more flavor impact. Overall, great noodle soups but wouldn’t come back here for dim sum.More
We had dinner at the Domain location, and the noodles were rrally good--plus you can watch them being pulled, which is way fun. My sister likes it hot, so she had the Dan-Dan Noodles, which she enjoyed. I had the Cold Sesame Noodles, which were...delish, much lighted and more flavorful then others I've tried. Also good Shrimp Dumplings and Shrimp & Scallion Pancakes, and excellent hot teas, several varieties. Not much atmosphere, but very friendly staff and great service.More
Was excited would have a new place for dim sum as my fave closed a while ago and other places usually a further drive followed by a long wait. Well should know if on a Sunday afternoon not too crowded might be telling. I decided...to go light. I ordered the veggie steamed bun but was more like a gyoza. Still flavorful with mix of finely diced veggies and corn for sweet and savory but only soy available to dip. The chicken feet were heavy five spice and more sweet than hot. Not the usual experience as usually more bean paste and pepper with balance of flavor. Still flavorful but was the next dissatisfying. Had chicken and mushroom with rice. About half cup rice on bottom with one shiitake mushroom about 2cm size and perhaps 1.5 oz steamed chicken. I was told by waitress most ordered as meal. I usually gave more than four bites of chicken in a meal. I asked about the shiitake and told that was how done but for 1.00 I could get more. Well was hoping for chicken n mush with rice being rice with bits of chicken might at least get something to flavor so asked for the additional mush. Well instead of the shiitakes that had flavor at least given a bowl of a small enoki which at least with their special soy sauce (not) allowed me to eat the rice. Usually I leave places with leftovers and well worth the price. I left not satisfied feeling for 20.00. Perhaps the noodles are better but I have places nearer to me and mostly a pho fan anyway.More
Date of visit: April 2018
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