Modern China Restaurant 金滿庭京川滬菜館
English Address : Shop 1002, 10/F, Food Forum, Times Square,1 Matheson Street Causeway Bay
Chinese Address : 銅鑼灣勿地臣街1號時代廣場食通天10樓1002號舖
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Phone No. : 2506 2525
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Categories : Jingchuanhu | Chinese Restaurant | Chinese Buns | Group Dining | Family Style Dining
Spending : $101-$150
Overall Score : 3.6
158 vs 37 vs 29
Opening Hours: 星期一至日: 11:45-15:00, 17:45-23:00
Number of Seats: 250
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Food and Service is both great
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FoodLoverFanatic (2 Review(s))
I think that the food is worth it, but I think that the wait time is a litle too long. At least there's a page one down there so I could just nip down and read something then come back when my family members call me to. I rely on them!
The environment is comfortable, and the service is faultless. I came here once and I ordered the sour and spicy soup, and it was a little cold. The waiter helped us fill our bowls, and we took a few sips of it then told them. They said that they would immediately make a new and fresher one! That's great service!
When I come here, I always order these things: 小笼包，担担面，水煮牛肉。
We eat the Xiao Long Bao because they are juicy, and fresh and hot, and these dumplings are better than the ones you find in Dim Sum Places. The Dan Dan Mian is great, because they make the noodles by hand by themselves, and you could see them doing it. The Dan Dan Mian has two flavors, a peanut soup and a spicy one. The spicy one isn't that spicy, just a little bit. We always eat the Shui Zhu Niu Rou because my dad loves it. Now that one is REALLY spicy. Oh yeah>>> By the way, I think that the tea that they serve has a nice sweet aftertaste They don't have that much dessert, but I think that the Man Tou is really good. There's fried and steamed and they come with condensed milk. I recommend the fried one because the outside is crispy and hot. The steamed one is hot too but of course it's not crispy!
Recommended Dish(es): 小籠包
Table Wait Time: 30 Minutes
Rating : Taste5 Environment5 Service5 Hygiene5 Value for Money4
Mid end restaurant with mass market style
bigmac_88888 (4 Review(s))
Sit down restaurant with fast food style? are you kidding me. Waiters couldn't wait to get us out and it only took us 30 min to finish 2 entree and 2 main. Drunken chicken was too stale, prawn was too over cooked and vegi was way too dry. Won't be a next time
Date of Visit: 2011-08-24
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD210 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste1 Environment2 Service1 Hygiene3 Value for Money1
outstanding and fulfilling!
威水苯猪 (34 Review(s))
this place is spaceous, comfy and modern (score A).
maybe due to the last hour of lunch period (seated at 1:45 pm), the food came slowly. but when each item came, it was freshly warm.
the shanghai dumpling 小籠包 has firm skin and a big ball of pork filling inside, with copious amount of juice. very tasty (score A). it has its own style, different from Din Tai Fung 鼎泰豐 (thinner skin and softer filling). but i like both styles.
the shanghai wonton with chili sauce 紅油炒手 is the best i have among many shanghai restaurants. the skin is soft and smooth, the meat filling is plentiful. amazingly the chili sauce is not too hot, with a hint of sweetness. fantastic tastes and almost melts in the mouth. A+
the skillet-fried meat dumpling 生煎飽 is unusual in having a coating of sesame seeds on the bottom (fried surface). it is not as crispy as the traditional plain bottom. the meat filling inside tasted below average. B+
the fried pancake with scallion 蔥油大餅 is another of my favorite in this restaurant. plenty of sauteed scallion inside. the pancake is thick and very crispy on the outside. every bite is yummy. A+
the stir-fried, shaved shanghai rice cake 上海炒年糕 has a great tasting sauce that makes the dish above average. the thinly cut pork pieces are tender and well seasoned. A
the fried beef cake 牛肉燒餅 is a new item. the filling includes minced beef and onion, blended in a juicy sauce. the outside is crispy. this new version is like fusion of the traditional version and a hamburger. A+
i think the service can be improved to match the excellent food (B+). did i mention the tea? it is fine quality -- silky and savory, better than a lot of chinese restaurants.
Recommended Dish(es): 紅油抄手,蔥油大餅,牛肉燒餅
Date of Visit: 2010-12-15
Table Wait Time: 15 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD90 (Lunch)
Rating : Taste5 Environment4 Service3 Hygiene4 Value for Money4
1. Receptionist do not use mic to call number or put the number in the displace box
2. The waitress are very unpolite and only serve you when you ask for many times
3. The invoice show when give the credit card to the waitress do not match the credit card slip she ask me to pay. But she keep silent! When I discovered and ask the reason, she simply said the last one is wrong.
DO not suggest to visit ior revisit
Date of Visit: 2010-07-15
Table Wait Time: 30 Minutes
Very poor Shanghainese food
stuffedgranita (46 Review(s))
Went here for a late lunch, 2:30pm, in time for their afternoon tea sets ($40-$50 with choice of an appetizer and noodle/hot food) or 20% off a la carte menu. At first I came here in default because the next door Cheng's Kitchen had a long wait and I was attracted by the nice decor inside, but was soon to be surely disappointed with the food and service.
Food: Since it was Shanghainese, figured I'd be safe and order some Pork Soup Dumplings; Egg Yolk steamed buns; Dan Dan Noodles; and Noodles with bean and meat sauce (Zha Jiang Mian).
Soup dumplings: They arrived leaking...the soup was leaking out of half of the dumplings already, which blew my mind because this says poor execution. These tasted like Crystal Jade soup dumplings - very meaty/fatty. The soup was good, but it was already spilled out. Overall - very poor compared to Din Tai Fung whose dumplings are almost impossible to break because they do them so well with the right thickness of skin and right preparation.
Egg yolk steamed buns: This is their version of the HK "Lau Sa Bao." A big NO. I've tasted better off any Chinese dimsum restaurant. Specifically, I've never seen this before, but it is possible for pure oil to drip out of my bun...the oil and the egg yolk was separate and the egg yolk filling was definitely not the right consistency for it to "flow." Again, very disappointed.
Dan Dan Noodles: The disappointment continues... The worst Dan Dan noodles I've ever had. First of all, the noodles were in different thicknesses...showing that the noodle chef does not have enough experience to make them even thickness! Some were very thick (like almost an udon...believe me, and some were really thin). Secondly, the soup was had such a poor flavor - it tasted like a diluted version of Crystal Jade's version. I literally had 2 bites and pushed it aside. I'm not one to waste food, but this was an exception.
Noodles with bean meat sauce: Came with a light bowl of soup to poor over if desired. This was the only semi-decent dish. Although I must say the minced meat sauce came with pellets of pork fat, which really turned me off.
Service: Horrible service. Took multiple "mmgoys" to wave down a waiter, even though the restaurant was pretty empty. Waiters would keep telling me to wait ...I think they may have a system of each waiter is in charge of a certain area? Bill took more than 10 mins to come back. Also, they even asked me why I didn't eat it...I tried to be nice, so I told them the noodles came really different thicknesses...and this spiralled into this huge ordeal. More waiters came and asked me to repeat, then the manager came...oh my god. But they did try at the end, by giving me a free noodle coupon - which I probably will not use.
Decor: Very very nice. There were spacious seating and private booths. And this huge bamboo ship in the ceiling - very unique.
Sizing it up: Worst Shanghai food ever - disappointed at their basic Shanghai soup dumplings; buns; and noodles. I'd go to Crystal Jade over this for sure. I'm not sure why this restaurant got so many good ratings - but trust me, the food is a big disappointment. The entire restaurant was empty at 2:30pm whereas next door was jam packed ---> HK ppl have picky palates - so this can only mean, this place is definitely not up to par. Spare yourselves, and eat at Din Tai Fung if you crave Shanghai food.
Date of Visit: 2010-03-08
Spending per Head: HKD70
Rating : Taste1 Environment4 Service2 Hygiene4 Value for Money2
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