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Mother's Dumplings is one of the best spots for dumplings in town. Opened in 2005 by Zhen and her husband Rick, the menu is inspired by Zhen's mother's traditional Northern Chinese recipes and are prepared fresh. These cooked dough balls come in various variations such as boiled, pan fried and steamed. Savor their Pork and Bak Choi, Chicken and Mushroom, Pork and Chives, Vegetarian Chives and Noodles, Pork, Shrimp and Melon, BBQ Pork Buns and Wonton Soup.
Lai Wah Heen means 'luxurious meeting place' and this elegant restaurant lives up to its name. Situated in the Metropolitan Hotel, the diner features upscale Cantonese cuisine with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and beautiful presentation. Their decor is strikingly modern and formal, with exquisite Chinese calligraphy gracing the conservatory-style glass walls. Savor their Peking Duck, Chinese BBQ Platter, Deep-fried Crab Claw, Crispy Shrimp Roll, Seafood Bisque, Steamed Dumpling of Minced Chicken and Truffle, and Steamed Barbecued Pork Bun. Complement your meal with wine, cocktails or Martinis.
Its easy to miss this unassuming restaurant while passing the Dundas Street. But House of Gourmet is a popular Chinese restaurant in Chinatown. Their extensive menu comprises of noodles, appetizers, soups, vegetables, seafood, poultry, meat, hot pot and combination platters. These include dishes like House Special Spicy Beef Noodle Soup, Crispy Spring Roll, Deep Fried Breaded Jumbo Shrimps, BBQ Pork and Rice, Young Chow Fried Rice with Shrimp and BBQ Pork, Pork and Preserved Egg Congee, Lobster with Ginger and Scallion, King Mushroom on Snow Pea Leaves, Beef Ho Fan and Roast Duck.
Located inside the Queen’s Quay Terminal, this delightful restaurant serves the best Dim Sum in the city! The traditional Chinese dishes are delicious with options such as barbeque duck, Shanghai dumplings, and szechuan scallops. As you dine on the mouthwatering cuisine, enjoy the harbour view from the floor to ceiling windows. This sophisticated restaurant can't be beat.