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Grand Lake Dim Sum Chinese Restaurant
Posted by susan on 03/18/2015
Ate at the restaurant. Very good. One day ordered a take-out. VERY DISAPPOINTED! Ordered brown rice (which I paid an extra $1.75 for) and sweet and sour chicken. The chicken had more batter around it than when we ate inside. The rice was plopped into a box. It smelt funny and was stuck altogether. I will never order take-out from here again.
Posted by akasha92 on 02/07/2015
This is the best dim sum I've had in the south. The cart service was small but you had the option to order other things. The staff was very helpful and polite. I will definitely be back.
Posted by dbm on 12/24/2014
I'm reading some of these poor reviews, and just had to say something...try the lamb w/scallions (excellent), scallops w/black bean, or many other dishes on the menu...the most authentic 'joint' for good chinese around... push cart dim sum Sat & Sun mornings...beat that!
Posted by UNHAPPY on 09/24/2014
So... I am an addict when it comes to chinese food. Growing up in philly, chinese stores were always on a corner near by. I moved near the area when i was about 5 months pregnant and found this place on yelp, they deliver? Great! But unappetizing when i got my order! Thought it was just a preggo thing, so decided to give them another shot after my husband moved. Again, not good.Never again!
Posted by Fred on 09/07/2014
The food is good for Florida but the owners never smile, never say hello when they see you or goodby. I've been coming here for many years but feel that they really do not want to see you.
Posted by Holly on 08/25/2014
5 other adults and I , (who eat out consistently and like to try new places& foods), ordered 9 apps and 6 different main courses to share- ate there last night and it was the most unappetizing food we've experienced. The tofu had a watery pudding texture. The duck was inedible . The chicken had veins and a non desirable taste even the shrimp balls tasted like bologna . It was weird. There is no way what authentic Asian taste like. It was like low quality iron chef meets a slummy retirement home food.
Posted by RPB Resident on 03/02/2014
Grew up in NYC Chinatown, so no surprise that I'd look for a local place that reminds me of my youth. Food is as close as it gets to memories. Oh yeah, the dirt on the floor and the walls... so-so service... that is the same too. For those who haven't eaten at the many smaller dim sum places in NYC, SF, Vancouver - they may be taken aback at some of the lackadaisical aplomb of this restaurant. For me, it feels and resembles a lot of what I remember from growing up. It's no secret you'll find this is where a lot of the local Asian population swing by for dim sum. The food is authentic, but so is the less-than American casual dining atmosphere. For the food, great place to go... for something more... maybe not the best.