|Address:||2/25 Childers St, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia|
|Phone:||+61 2 6162 1708|
|Working:||Closed 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM|
Awesome food - in terms of both quality and quantity. I had been there for a few times - the quantity of their dish is 2~3 times more than what other restaurant around this area could offer. Yet taste of the food matches what I expect from a 4~5 star restaurant in Beijing. Sometimes I had to wait for a few minutes before their staff could get to me - maybe they need to hire more as they look very busy most of the times.
average sichuan restaurant in Canberra with 10%~15% higher price compare with other chinese place in civic, but they are quite considerate to add extra spice to cover the spoiled chicken which already started to stink a bit, together with the guy in his painting pants who welcomed us to our greasy table and torn chair. Quite a pleasant experience
Very poor service. Ordered came very late. Serving very small for the price we pay. Very limited choice. Only one noodle dish on the menu. Even there are big signs that says noodle on the window. Overall very disappointing experience. Will never come back or recommend anyone there.
I know that Chinese food is out of fashion, but this one is really worth trying. A great range of dishes including spicy options. We have been 4 times and I would certainly go again. Great location if you are going to a show at the Street Theatre.
Go there quite often especially with chinese friends everyone enjoys the spicy choices available and some good traditional food... and the kinect display is just awesome as well as online ordering so your food is ready when you arrive
The food was amazing. I would definitely consider eating there again. The kinect motion sensor for menu display that was outside was also very cool.
Love the spicy Sichuan food. Good location and nice internal themed decor. Attentive service and lots of return clientele including ourselves
One of the last places charging per head for yum cha. The food was delicious, plentiful and diverse. Excellent customer service. A pleasure.
Really good service. Not like the yum cha that you wait a year between dishes. It was fast hot and beautifully presented Five star
Very poor services, took too long to bring food out and not much variety. Very bad experience, not recommended to anyone.
The $20 all you can eat yum cha is great value. The food itself is pretty standard, not bad, but not great either.
Came for all up you can eat yum cha. Food came put quickly and was good. Environment was nice and clean.
Great food, affordable banquet deals, and friendly staff who make special deals to keep everyone happy.
This is one of my favourite and much-frequented restaurants in the area. The $20 Yum Cha is amazing.
Food is very delicious, the service is also very good!
Very poor service. Talks like someone owes her money. No manner at all. The worst lunch ever
Super bad attitude rotten to the explosion
Nice food and service. The dumplings are worth a try, and the crispy lamb.
Yucky food and disgusted environment with that price.
I was expecting spicy food but it was a bit plain
One of the best Sichuan restaurant in Australia.
Not the most authentic Sichuan food but good.
Awesome food will definitely go back again.
Very tasty good service highly recommend
Great food reasonably priced.
Worst restaurant ever