Some of it was good, some of it I didn't like but Marc liked.
We did a bigger order than normal because we wanted to have a taste of some of the stuff they offered. I got Hunan dumplings with peanut sauce, fried chicken dumplings, and general tao chicken. Marc got Won Ton soup, calamari in a spicy sauce, general tao and we got sesame beef, we got two white rice and one fried rice.
The hunan dumplings with peanut sauce was amazing. The put a couple of dumplings right into the sauce. The sauce was dark in colour and had some sesame seeds on top. I can still taste it..mmmmmmm. The fried chicken dumplings weren't really fried but that didn't bother me any. They were very good the way I got them. Tasted a little like a vegetable egg roll. I dipped the chicken dumplings in some of the hot red chili sauce they gave us and it made it even better.
Marc said the Won Ton soup was very good. I'm not a fan of it so I didn't try it. He also loved the fried chicken (he couldn't eat the Hunan dumplings in the peanut sauce because of his peanut allergy) dumplings. The calamari...well... it was a lot of calamari. We couldn't finish it. I have never gotten that much calamari before. They were very big pieces and very spicy. We both really liked them but I think that is a meal itself just because of the size.
I didn't like my general tao or the sesame beef. I found they didn't put a lot of sauce and the chicken pieces were huge. Marc loved both of them and we have a lot of left overs so he's got a good couple of days of lunches lol. The rice I found to be a little too sticky but it wasn't bad.
Overall I would order from them again. I might try a noodle meal next time or just order dumplings. Marc said the service was very good. They were friendly and the hostess sat down with him to make sure he knew what he was ordering. They also had the food ready in a decent amount of time. The prices are pretty good, most main meals are 9.99$ and most of the dumplings are under 7$ or so. And the portions are HUGE. The hostess said we'd have leftovers and she wasn't kidding.
There are two locations: On in downtown Montreal and one in the West Island (DDO). We went to the DDO location because well, it's close to home. If you're close to one I would check it out, this coming from a person so doesn't generally like Chinese food/Asian food.
Excuse any spelling mistakes, my computer is slow and I'm in a hurry.
|Sesame Beef---A lot of food!|
|Hunan dumplings in peanut sauce--AMAZING|
|Fried Chicken Dumplings|
|Calamari--Look at the size of the portion!|
|Won Ton Soup|