Nice place, friendly and quick service, great food. The restaurant is close to the central station. We liked the atmosphere and will revisit this place soon again.
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Professional close-to-the-C.Station first course chinese place. I say that because while all the Ravioli, all, are outstanding (you can eat lots, they are highly digestible), the other courses are not to be considered. Veg well done and ... compulsory! Good the fried noodles too.
As we stayed in Ibis Milano Centro, while walking around we found this restaurant by chance. What I learned is that this restaurant is run by a mother and daughters and it is being there for around 30 years. The food was really good so...More
One of the oldest Chinese restaurant in town, still a classic. The cuisine is Cantonese, with all you can expect: dumplings, spring rolls, noodles, rice and a variety of main courses and the food fresh healthy seasoned. The service is extremely courteous and the prices,...More
I went to this restaurant with my friends intrigued by the reputation of the restaurant. The service is exact to the smallest detail and the fine art form of each plate presented not only stimulates your taste sensations via your visual expectations but is a...More
Finally I found real Cantonese cuisine in Milan,I used to live and work in hongkong for years,so..my tongue is so soiled with real Cantonese cooking.im bored to go to normal Chinese restaurant in Milan,their menu normally is Cantonese rice,vermicelli,dumpling and simple ones. So,this hotel is...More
This is not your usual cantonese restaurant: yes, they have some traditional cantonese food, but the atmosphere and the presentation is much better than the average. Not exactly vegetarian friendly, they offer some boring tofu and chinese vegetables. Pricey.
i ate one time at lon fon restaurant, and i can say i will not come back anymore, it will be my first time and the last time... aside from the poor quality of service the even the food.........!
One of the most up-to-date chinese restaurants, very popular in town (yes, this is the only chinese in Milan where reservation is needed!!). The house speciality is the crispy cockerel, even if the duck and wan-ton are top-of-the-menu too. In general the food is good,...More
How could people think the food here is good with such poor quality and poor cooking? I understand maybe some Italians have not been in Hong Kong, China or enough Chinatowns in NYC or London or have enough high standard chinese food around town, which...More