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Good food, good service, good price. Will visit again for sure.
Still loving the food. Great choices, fresh, quick to serve.
Great food! Great vibe. Love the different varieties of dim sum.
nice ambience for gatherings/reunion, good food, prompt staff service; recommended
Best Xiao Long Bao in town - the skin was thin yet doesn't break and the seasoning was just right. The garlic chives, pork and shrimp pancake was nicely fried to a crisp, but the garlic chives had a rather "raw" taste. The homemade noodle was comfort food and reminded my husband of his late mother's cooking. The pork and bok choi boiled dumplings were quite good, but I prefer those at Jing Hua Xiao Chi. The sesame glutinous rice dumplings were excellent - skin was chewy without sticking to the teeth and the filling was not too sweet and oily. Great value for money and will be back to try more of their extensive menu. The dining experience would have been more comfortable if the waitresses minimised clanging noise when clearing the tables.
Good food at Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant. Food portion is considered good at reasonable price. Guo Tie, Zhajiang Mian, Dry Fried French Bean are to our liking. Beijing Crispy Duck is a bit to the dry side but the Bing is warm and taste good. Our own concoction of vinegar, chili and the sweet sauce makes it less dry. ;p
The food was great! Found out that they have private rooms on the second floors and can accommodate small groups of 4 to 6pax per room! Will try to book that for our next family birthday celebration. AC is strong, shop is clean, you can return the peanuts and hand towels. Can use burpple beyond and they are very friendly staff. 4th visit since 1 Jan 2019 and I’ll keep coming back for their signature pan fried dumplings and hand made noodles!
We arrived @6:15pm on Sunday. Ordered six items, two noodles items came relatively fast. Followed by Jiaozi. After we were almost done with our noodles & jiaozi, we asked waitress about our balance veg dish, spring roll and shredded pork. Discussion were going on among the staff there whether or not those dishes were served. Answer given to us was that computer didn’t print out our balance order in the kitchen. So we Waited again for a long time before veg & pork wrap finally arrived. We quickly ordered dessert and eventually we finished our dessert and guess out? spring roll still didn’t arrive. We decided to cancel the spring roll and settled the bill. Not very pleasant experience. Had to chase the disfferent waitress and yet Better double check with waitress after you input your order into the iPad.
we love this restaurant for freshly prepared and tasty foods. The owner is an admirable hard worker. But this time,one thing disappointing happened. When we got seated after getting wet with cold heavy rain, we were asked for hot tea. (usually, they never do this), so we thout it was served as a part of hospitality. Then finally the bill included the pot of tea. She should had mentioned us it before serving. After all, foods were delicious as usual and they keep tidy and clean the restaurant. So we definelely go back there.
Repeat visit. Greeted by friendly staff once we walked in. Had tried to order food that I had not previously ordered before and they were found to be good except for the Spring Onion Biscuit. We find that lacking in spring onion taste and too 'doughy' (carbo overload). We were seated near to the bigger tables and the group of Japanese guys were sure a rowdy lot.