Wow, I didn't think it could be this bad.
I ordered the Shanghai style Chow Mein, which I have had at some very authentic restaurants. I also had the Siu Lung Bao.
The Siu Lung Bao was acceptable, although the skin was way too thick.
The noodles were horrible. My first attempt to make it at home by just guessing what to put in it and do was better and more authentic than theirs.
And, although I never expect decent service at a Chinese restaurant, it was even worse than average. After I ordered the noodles she started walking away without asking if that was all I wanted or if I even wanted something to drink. I had to basically stop her to give her my dumpling order.
Except for putting my food in front of me I was pretty much ignored the rest of my time there and I had to basically shout my request for the check.
Unless you really want Siu Lung Bao, don't waste your time.
Worst Restaurant I have experienced.
The day after Christmas, we went to the Shanghai restaurant in Las Vegas
China town for dinner.
Shortly after we sat down, one of us fell to the ground; we found the chair
is broken. We ask the waiter to put away the chair so that other customer
will not fall again. The waiter said that although their chair is broken,
they are not responsible for customer's falling, and they don't want to
serve us food. So we just walked away.
Actually we heard their food quality is so so before, but went there anyway
because other restaurant in the same plaza all have waiting list already. It
turned out that we just encounter the worst restaurant we have experienced
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