Fast and always the same. Friendly staff. Funny place to eat. Makes me laugh when I go. Owners are hilarious. Shrimp dumplings are soo awesome.
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Great food here! Took it to go one night, and it was so good we came back again to dine in the second night. The atmosphere isn't overly inviting, but if you're in Pemberton, you probably aren't extremely concerned about this. Don't be put off...More
This restaurant is hit or miss. I have been there and the food was very good, other days very poor. Sometimes the veggies are fresh sometimes from a bag of frozen food. The hot and sour soup can be very good or not. It really...More
I hate giving this restaurant a negative review because the staff was so nice. But I have to warn people that if they want good Chinese food, don't go here. Obviously the food choices are limited while you're in Pemberton, but I was not a...More
Wooowww this a s simple restaurant with great people cooking and serving!!! Thank you so much for those great dinners !! They do have a large menu, but my favorite was the chowmain drizziling plate!! Cant wait to eat this again!! My dinners there were...More
We couldn't find too many places open at this time of year, so took a chance on this 'Chinese and Western food' joint - something I usually avoid. The menu is extensive and appears reasonable, BUT, the food was terrible. The 'fried' noodles (chow mein)...More
Located nearly the Town barn, by the railroad, this is a handy cafe/restaurant serving Chinese and Canadian food. We had a delicious Thai Seafood Fried Rice and good old fashioned hamburger. Both were very tasty and freshly cooked. Staff friendly and helpful.
I'm generally wary of any restaurant that advertises '... authentic Cantonese, Szechuan and Western dining..." So I expected indifferent, greasy mall food with too much soy sauce and few greens. Boy, was I wrong! The chow mein was light and understated, the prawns were juicy...More
We were visiting the area with friends, who know the owners personally. The greeting and service were very warm. The food was not particularly interesting. Everything was somewhat colorless though tasty. It was hard to find chicken or vegetables in the chicken chow mein. The...More