The staff gave us a separate room for dining and playing. The food here is delicious and generous, everyone is full and satisfied when they leave. Looking forward to coming next time
I haven't eaten Chinese food for a few days. This is a well-known morning tea shop in the Chinese circle. The Cantonese cuisine is very authentic. I rushed to eat early. The dim sum is good. The custard buns are delicious.
The gate of Xinruihua is facing the street on the first floor, and the restaurant is completely on the second floor. The morning tea on weekends opens at 10:00, and as soon as the time arrives, there is a line up at the door, all diners who have already reserved seats. They ordered the preserved egg and lean meat porridge, durian glutinous rice cake, beef rice noodles, green beans with olive vegetables, and ancient Famara cakes. Each dish is delicious, exquisite materials and exquisite workmanship. The tea fee is only $1 per person, unlike many tea markets, which often cost $1.75. Tipping is as low as 12%, and some restaurants charge at least 15% for extremely poor service.
This restaurant is still quite a good Chinese restaurant. It is famous for its seafood dishes, but it is actually biased towards the style of Cantonese restaurants. As for Internet celebrities, just listen to it. Generally speaking, the environment is good and the dishes are authentic. It's just that the price is a bit more expensive, after all, there are still many seafood restaurants in Vancouver. You can still taste it.
The seafood is fresh, the taste (Cantonese style) is in place, and the service is good. It is especially suitable for drinking Cantonese tea at noon or eating a variety of seafood at night, such as king crab, geoduck, eastern star spot, etc. The price is relatively cheap.