Chinese cuisine has influenced many other cuisines in Asia, with modifications made to cater to local palates. Chinese food staples such as rice, soy sauce, noodles, tea, chili oil and tofu, and utensils such as chopsticks and the wok, can now be found worldwide.
Barbequed Pork Bun
Beef & Black Bean Sauce
Our Customer Reviews
Lived in Asia, simply the best AUTHENTIC Chinese/Asian I have had in NZ, apart from Madam Woo restaurant. Mainly takeaway but can sit as well. A filling meal of fresh made dumplings, or soups full of meat. Prices between $16 to $20.00. You will not be disappointed, staff friendly, food served quickly
This quirky, bustling little gem ticked all the boxes. Generous serves of tasty, fresh food at a good price, friendly, efficient staff and a great atmosphere. We shared the dumplings and the Mongolian beef with rice and paired our dishes with a crisp NZ white. A really good evening. We’ll be back soon.
This place has the best most authentic, most delicious Cantonese food in Melbourne. If you want to travel to China for the food, but want to avoid the 4 week quarantine I highly recommend you visit this restaurant.
The Lobster is A++++
We ordered braise pork on rice , salt and pepper squid and wonton noodle soup. Sooo delicious I’m craving it again. My partner wanted to say that The quality of food matches the price on the menu. Lovely sitting area nice staff would recommend :)