We had an awful experience at this restaurant. Service was as terrible & the food appalling The dim sum was the worst we have ever tasted. The skin was thick & the fillings had no taste. The roast duck ( Canard Lacque ) was not...More
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The food was poor to medicore at best with small portions for the price. Service was also poor. The roasted meats were over cooked and dry. When we complained about the duck being poorly prepared and asked for the Director, the staff stated no Director...More
After cruising around with the car in Chinatown on a rainy Sunday, we finally found a car park. We took the lift up and surprise, we end up in a big lively China restaurant, perfect. We liked the food and atmosphere.
Asian restaurant with good food but slow service. Nice ambient gentle staff and unique asian atmosphere, live musique with very good cambodian orchestra, a trip to asian culture, you eat you dance and you leave with a nice feeling as u have had a visit...More
Went there on a sunday at lunch time. The fried rice was not great (though our 2-year old loved it), the roast-duck was not well cut with too many bones, but the dim-sum and shrimp wantan noodle soup were great. Moreover, the service was friendly...More
The restaurant smelled terrible (like a public toilet). Service beyond appalling. Staff and owner aggressive and impolite. Loud atmosphere. Food service slow. They charged us for food we never received. In the middle of nowhere.
While I'd normally consider Chine Massena as merely a good dimsum place, in Paris Chine Massena is a welcome oasis of quality Chinese food in a city of pretty sub-par offerings. You can forget Paris (while truly a beautiful city, try living here for a...More
Had a lovely time everytime I visit... Had the Peking duck 3 ways for €53... Steam scallop with garlic ... Must do up the restaurant ,. Looks like going back to 70s
A large and very busy place. The food was good but nothing to really brag about. Due to the large amount of customers they tend to rush you through the meal. Be aware of the roving carts that frequent the tables as they are just...More