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The brainchild of Xiao Dan Song, Qing Hua takes you on a gastronomic journey through the flavors of China. One of the hidden gems in the city, is the place to be for a bite of the scrumptious Chinese dumpling. Brilliant crafted and plated to perfection, the food served here packs a hefty punch of flavor and authenticity, that is certain to have you coming back for more. The signature shrimp, pork and cabbage dumplings boast are not-to be-missed, while the fried mushroom dumplings and the classic wonton soup are also well-worth a try.
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot offers diners a unique dining experience; a culinary tradition which can be traced back to the nomadic Mongolian tribes. Each table is centered around an electric hot plate which heats up a large pot of broth flavored with the restaurants secret blend of herbs and spices. Diners may select a variety of items from the menu which are served raw and must be cooked in the boiling broth at the table itself. Options include thinly sliced meats like chicken, angus beef and shrimp, meat balls, vegetables like slices of potato, chinese yam and watercress, and a variety of noodles. The broth itself is available in two varieties - spicy or original. As complements to your hot pot, the restaurant also offers a selection of delicious sides, alcohol, soft drinks, and dipping sauces. Perfect for those cold winter days, Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot offers a dining experience that is sure to please the entire family; while children will enjoy the novelty of cooking their own food, the communal nature of the meal provides an opportunity to bond and share.
If you're looking for an upscale Asian fine dine, look elsewhere, because Noodle Factory wastes no time on pretty decor or formal niceties. The dining area is as simple as they come - small and cozy, with a handful tables, and there's a lot of conversation, laughter and general noise flowing around, yet Noodle Factory doesn't fail to bring the hungry locals in droves. Best known for their hand-crafted dumplings and noodles, this joint boasts of top picks such as spring onion pancakes, prawn dumplings, General Tao chicken and spicy pork with noodles, among several others. There are some vegan and vegetarian alternatives available as well, as such, this little family-run eatery has a lot to offer. If you're hankering for some authentic dumplings and/or a hearty Chinese fare, without spending a small fortune, Noodle Factory is your best bet; definitely worth a decko! Oh, and hit the ATM before getting here, unfortunately, they do not accept cards.
La Maison Kam Fung is one of the most highly regarded casual Chinese restaurants in Montreal. Diners are drawn in by their delectable Cantonese and Szechuan dishes, and a pleasing, if rather utilitarian, décor. Peking Duck is the house speciality; a delicacy which can be enjoyed here without an advance order. It also well known for its delicious dim sum, with a menu that boasts an enormous selection of dumplings, many of which come filled with the same fresh seafood you can see in the aquariums. Available in steamed and fried varieties, these delightful little bundles of flavor are wheeled out on trolleys, their wafting aroma filling the air. With soups, appetizers and seafood, meat, vegetarian and poultry entrées to choose from as well, a meal at this restaurant is sure to satisfy varied tastes and appetites of all sizes.