This Chinese restaurant is quite renown as one of the best in town and since it is quite close to where I live I go there often. Its best is definitively in the dim sum choice that can be tasted either through a specific wagon - menu (where you can select the little dishes directly from the wagon, but the choice is limited to few kind of dime sum only) or you can order it a la carte or, as we did this time, you can do a combination of both.
Each little dim sum (either from the wagon or al la carte) is about 700 yen each and it allows a nice lunch that can be definitively made a great one if you add at the end the restaurant’s signature dish that, alas, is not on the menu: the TAN TAN NOODLE.
They can be ordered either in their hot version or in the cold one (the latter is the one that I usually order because the hot one makes you sweat even in winter). This dish is simply fantastic for richness of taste and volume and the balance between the peanut cream and the pork-based bro is truly great. The only problem of this dish is the price, since it has a price tag of 3,000 yen which, in my opinion, even for the best Tan Tan Noodle in town, is rather too much.
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