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A Maxim group Chinese restaurant where customers can enjoy a meal with nice ambience. Services were fair. Dim sums were ok & prices were quite fair, but they were not as good as those of some other Maxim restaurants.
We had dim sum here on 2 consecutive mornings. We initially chose to come here because of its proximity to the hotel we’re at. The food was refined and interesting enough for us to come back again. For a start, the dragon-well premium tea was...superb, and the perfect accompaniment to our brunch. Dim sum items were exquisite and beautifully plated and presented. This is a mid-priced Chinese restaurant with top quality fare, definitely value for dollar. We especially liked the deep fried seafood in beancurd sheet rolls with lobster broth; the shrimp spring rolls; and the individually-served pork dumplings with fish maw and dried scallop in a very flavoursome soup. Service, however, is run of the mill, typically Hong Kong - professional and efficient, but lacking in personal touches.More
We had two fruit flies on the food. We sent it back and the same exact plate was returned to our table, minus the fruit fly. I knew from the garnishing the same plate had been brought back to us. Dishonest mngt. Cutleries were dirty....They lack hygiene. The food is not good quality. Dim sum are microscopic size. The solid ingredients are lacking and fillers are plenty. Some foods are very oily and the oil was not fresh. Two of the foods were left untouched because they were not palatable. Immediately after paying, I wanted my receipt from cashier. It took her several minutes to get that. It seemed she didn't want to give it.More
We were with family for lunch & this particular location is located right next to the subway station so much easier to get around because it is located in a very busy tourist area, They serve the typical Cantonese dim-sum & small plates for lunch....Price is reasonable with nice portions & freshly made to order. They belonged to the May-Sum group so quality is always above standardMore
We were recommended this restaurant by a staff member of our adjacent hotel.
It was very busy, but we were promptly found a table. The menu was extensive, with a wide variety of Chineses dishes. The drinks options included beer, wine, tea and cocktails. Unfortunately...they didn’t sell wine by the glass, so we opted for beer.
Service was quick and efficient, and the food excellent.
We were the only European faces in a large and crowded restaurant. Always a good sign if the locals eat there.
The final bill was a fair price for an excellent dining experience.More
Value—I went on a Monday night. I paid with American Express and got a 50% discount off the bill. Fifty percent. I was not expecting the discount and lack the language skills to understand it through inquiry of the restaurant team whose English proficiency is...limited.
Menu/Food—The menu is Bilingual with pictures.
Order the scallops with asparagus in a mushroom sauce. The word “sauce” misleads because the star of the dish—tender, perfectly cooked scallops—are flavored with but not covered with some sort of yummy mushroom.
The angus beef over salad was also terrific but a little blander than I would have preferred.
Atmosphere—Although the place filled while we were there, the ambient noise level allowed for conversation.
The meal was leisurely although the food is served when ready, so dishes arrive in Traditional fashion and not all at once.
Westerners beware—two sets of chopsticks (they have forks etc on request) are presented. One is for you to use to eat; the other set is for you to serve yourself from the family style presentation.
This is a place worth eating at, and do not allow its in-the-mall location to dissuade you.
Dinner for two including dessert and one drink and service was about US$90 which when discounted for Amex was $45.
Jasmine is located next to Cordis Hotel in Langham Place. Good food, but was a bit difficult to choose as there was a pretty large language barrier. Would have been better if someone could have helped us with the menu and making the right choices....Price was fair.More
Was looking for a place to eat authetic chinese food and decided to go this place. The staff was very kind to us and very helpfull. The restraurant didn't seem to recieve non-locals very often and helped us choosing dishes we would like (some would...be to spicy or somethings we would not be used to like minced squid etc) and gave us cutlery if using the chopsticks would be to difficult. The food was lovely and delicious. Would definitely recommend this place if one is looking for an authentic place to eat food, but would also like a more quiet and neat place to eat.More
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It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.