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If you are in the mood for some dim sum, Noodle Express is the place to be. The restaurant serves an array of small, medium and large plates of dim sums. From classic stuffing like shrimp and pork to exotic ones including scallops, the variety of dim sum platters are quite amazing. The restaurant also serves classic Asian dishes like sticky rice, BBQ Duck Noodles, Soya Sauce Chicken fried rice and Green Onion Pan Cakes. For a wholesome Asian meal with the family, this restaurant hits the mark.
Service separates Kum Koon Garden from many of the other Chinese food establishments in Chinatown. The proprietor is extremely friendly and eager to help clientele with less discerning palates. Creating dishes that have their origins in southern China, the Cantonese cuisine is excellent. Dim sum is also a strong point for this space and the spiced chicken palms must be tried. The clientele consists of locals in the Chinese-Canadian community, area business people and those looking for the real experience.
If you are craving some hot and delicious pho in the chilly Winnipeg winter Viva Restaurant is the place to come to. This family-run establishment is one of the best places in town for Vietnamese food and its Chinese dishes are just as good. Aside from their pho, which consists of flavorful broth and chewy noodles, they also serve delectable items like spring rolls, Cantonese chow mein, beef and Vermicelli buns and thit nuong, which is barbecued pork. The restaurant sees quite a mixed crowd of locals and tourists, and as such, prior reservations are recommended.
All the usual suspects are present on the menu of Spicy Noodle House. Anyone looking for an authentic Chinese food experience would do well to visit this licensed, cozy basement space, tastefully decorated with Asian art. The proprietor says that Northern Chinese food is much spicier than the Southern, and if his Satay is an example, that claim rings true. You will find this spot family friendly and a good place for a business lunch.