I took my family here last month. Three gown boys plus hubby and myself. Cost of around $225 with entrees, mains and dessert. I had read the reviews and liked what I read and I always love having a place that's close to home with byo. When you book, there are two sittings, we chose the later one, it wasn't packed for a Saturday night, probably 3/4 full. Also, when you book you are asked whether you want to pre-order the Peking duck which I did (about $50). This is apparently one of their specialties and it was darn nice, the sauce is the owners secret recipe - my boys wolfed down those little pancakes in no time. Other dishes we had included beef, chicken and pork (prices being standard but not exorbitant), rice and noodles. I liked this restaurant because the dishes are authentic and fresh, not 70's style Chinese food that hasn't moved with the times, more from the heart as opposed to "modern Chinese". The seating is dated (but I'm there for there food not the furniture) and the walls are plastered with hand written menus or specials in texta in English and Chinese, yeah tacky but so typical of Asian eateries. For all that, the chairs are comfy though and the service is family run and attentive. This is a restaurant serving higher end quality Chinese food at a reasonable price with good service, well worth sampling. Definitely try the Peking Duck it's the best I've ever tasted.
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