Some say it's got the best dim sum in town, with a full bar, wine, and sake. The choices include mostly Hong Kong and Cantonese classics.
has a menu long on fresh seafood and meat, all authentically prepared and priced right – try roast or Beijing duck, Chinese barbecue pork, whole roast pigs, hot pots, and more. Get it to go, or eat there.
The freshly cooked dim sum is served all the time, with cart service at lunch and on weekends. Otherwise, the Chinese-American standards, tea menu, desserts, and full bar will bring you back.
Moist and succulent char siu pork, nongreasy roast duck, the juiciest marinated chicken, crispy-skinned Peking duck, and delightful little quails in special salt make Ho Ho a must-go.
Depend on this popular chain for Chinese favorites and enthusiastic service in a pleasant atmosphere.
The amaebi is sweet as a mother's love, and the miso soup is one of the richest versions of the Asian classic in Austin.
The old China Garden location still offers spiced-up standards that leave you red-faced and satisfied. It also has a daily lunch buffet.
This seafood restaurant is the top choice of many local chefs and restaurateurs on their days off. The Cantonese seafood selections and dim sum stand out.
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