Great food and service, tonight for a table of eight. No annoying TV monitors or loud music as you get in some restaurants. Good prices. Highly recommended.
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Decided to grab dim sum for lunch at Fortune Garden. Not super busy so attentive service received. One friend is vegetarian so we got the tan tan noodles, green beans, deep fried veggie spring rolls, shrimp dumplings and shrimp and scallop dumplings. We also tried...More
Since my late mother's passing, I have missed her home cooked Shanghainese food. I asked a friend if there was a place he would recommend and this was one of two he recommended that was in Vancouver as the rest of them are in Richmond....More
Have been to this place since the early 80's, even if the owners have changed, the food is still very good. (35 years later !!) The service is quick and some of the old dishs are still there, albeit smaller size than they used to...More
Let me immediately admit that I have been eating at this restaurant since the early 80s. Restaurants come and go but Fortune Garden has been in business on the same site since the 70s. Although the restaurant claim that it serve dishes from Sichuan and...More
Ive been wanting to try Fortune Garden for some time now. I finally took the time to check it out. I was craving Dim Sum, so I decided to arrive early. I was seated right away by Host Peter. The Dim Sum menu is pretty...More
It was close to work so we order from them from time to time. I suppose the location makes the price a bit higher than other Chinese restaurants. The food is not the most authentic to my Chinese palates.
Have eaten here quite a few times and each time is slightly different. The last time was very salty ( maybe MSG? ) but this time it was enjoyable. Decent Shanghai food...
Always a good "go to" Chinese restaurant for white table cloth dining. Staff is efficient and very friendly. English is spoken with so much ease. Dishes are pretty standard, including many non-Cantonese items. Always a favourite are the live tank items: lobsters and crabs, prawns...More
Like most Chinese Restaurants in metro Vancouver the Fortune Garden closes during the mid afternoon. We found the pan fried black cod, sauteed pea tips and crab meat with fish maw soup enjoyable. As can be expected parking along the Broadway corridor is always a...More