This is a restaurant that focuses on Cantonese cuisine and Cantonese dim sum, and the dishes and dim sum are unexpectedly good, the taste is very good, the barbecued pork buns are particularly delicious, and it is a very popular restaurant.
Let’s go to the Haicheng restaurant to eat dim sum and tea, all kinds of snacks, spicy and not spicy, chicken feet, shrimp dumplings, mushroom buns, barbecued pork buns, coconut milk cakes and many other snacks, the taste is very good, worth recommending!
I had snacks in Haicheng at noon. Many people lined up and liked the snacks in Haicheng Restaurant. A few friends ate Cantonese-style snacks and tea. It was very interesting. Haicheng is an old-fashioned restaurant in Amsterdam. The snacks are authentic. My friends and I like it very much. It is really rare to find these authentic Cantonese snacks such as rice noodles and barbecued pork buns abroad.
Right in the city center, next to Chinatown. Cantonese cuisine is a must-go restaurant, very authentic. The dishes are beautifully presented and the dishes are creative and delicious. The tofu golden soup is very delicious. The coconut milk cake bunny is an after-dinner dessert, and there is also a morning tea dish in the evening, which can’t be wrong. The taste is good.
The restaurant is very close to the city center. It is a 3-minute walk from the subway station. The restaurant specializes in Cantonese cuisine. It is a restaurant with friends for dinner. The environment is very old-fashioned Hong Kong-style teahouse and the quality of Cantonese cuisine is good! As a Cantonese, I am really happy to have such authentic barbecued pork in Amsterdam! Strongly push Jintang Jade Tofu, the original stewed chicken soup and tofu are delicious. The taste of the tea-flavored shrimp is very special, and the boiled kale is very Cantonese, which is the taste of hometown. Desserts are also delicious, recommend coconut cake! If you like Cantonese cuisine, don’t miss it~
Located at the intersection near Dam Square, the waiters are all Chinese. According to the customers, they can communicate in Dutch, English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Many of the customers are foreigners and also use chopsticks to pick up dishes, mainly Cantonese cuisine and Cantonese refreshments. We ordered chicken feet, steamed pork ribs, shrimp dumplings, boat porridge, quicksand buns, barbecued rice rolls, steamed dumplings, etc. The taste was very authentic.