Chinatown hasn't exactly have the best service, some places have good to average service. We decided to try this place out and we will never forget it. First the dining are is upstairs and there was a strong odor coming from the bathrooms, which we later found out that the doors were ""WIDE"" open. It is the begining of winter in Chicago and it was freezing outside. Inside was the coldest restaurant I have ever been in, the staff and customers were in their jackets. \r
The staff was something unbelievable in a bad way. All of them carried their cellphones and answer them infront of customers. They yell across the room to talk to each other. One staff was clipping her nails in the middle of the restaurant infront of everyone, by the food she was gonna take to a nearby customer, that is the absolute truth. A customer next to our table was complaining about the weird taste of her food and the staff just noded and left. I try to order dim sum, but was told it is closed, and then a person next to us arrived and ordered dimsum, I told her about it and she said ""try coming in earlier next time.""\r
The food is something else it is overpriced and such small portions. Nine dollars fried rice had about 3 cups of rice in it. Mangaloin beef with maybe 10 slices of mostly fat beef and loads of onions and grease.\r
My advice is to stay away from this place like it has a radiation sign infront. There are much better places around Chinatown.
Pros: Plenty of Seats, Mostly because no one is there
Cons: Staff, Food, Smell, Decor, Just about everything