Very good Chinese restaurant. The Beijing roast duck in it is well made, and the siu mai tastes good. I like the fried vermicelli very much. It has the style of Cantonese cuisine, but the price is relatively expensive.
I thought that when I walked into a Cantonese restaurant, there were familiar dim sum, shrimp dumplings, steamed, pork ribs, roast duck. The dishes seemed to be specially set for us, except that the noodles were wide and the seafood soup. The soup is very thick, with a lot of ingredients, and the smiling service is also very impressive.
It is very different from what you imagined. It is basically the domestic Cantonese cuisine and the presentation of Vietnamese dishes. In addition, this restaurant is opened in Sheraton. The environment is good and the service is in place. There are Beijing roast duck, grilled pork chops, and special seafood. Noodles, the taste is not bad!
The Chinese restaurant on the first floor of the Sheraton recommends roast duck, shrimp dumplings, steamed pork ribs, and chicken feet. The taste is an improved version, which is slightly different, but it is also delicious.
Said it is a Chinese restaurant. After reading the menu, I found that it is still very different from what I expected. It is basically Guangxi cuisine plus Vietnamese dishes. In addition, although this restaurant is opened in Sheraton, it has nothing to do with the hotel. Great relationship, there is no special discount for guests.