17333 Spring Cypress Rd Suite H, Cypress
This is by far the best Asian cuisine I've ever had! The atmosphere is very pleasant, the wait staff if enjoyable and on their toes. They had ac problems before but since they got it fixed its perfect temperature. I'd highly recommend this place to anyone. A resturant that keeps getting better is hard to fineFood: 5/5
There was sewer odor once I opened the door. The restaurant has ample seating for small and big groups. I was quickly seated, and staff were attentive. Food came out pretty fast.I had the pork soup dumplings, pan fried dumplings, Dan Dan noodle, stir-fried rice noodle with beef, and house special boiled fish fillet.The pork soup dumplings had lotsa soup in individual dumplings but the pork and soup were too salty. The pan fried dumplings were sitting on a bed of oil when served. That’s bad. The Dan Dan noodle’s sauce was too salty. However the noodle texture was good. The stir-fried rice noodle didn’t have much flavor, and had only a few slices of beef. Lastly, the house special boiled fish fillet was of the right spice level. The fish fillets were tender. There were black fungus and bean sprouts in the bowl too. Overall the dish was ok. However the rice that came with the fish fillet tasted old.Overall the food wasn’t up to standard. I wouldn’t return.
This is the second time I've come here, and their dumplings are fantastic! They have 8 different kinds, with some different flavors within those. The pork soup dumplings were delicious! And so were the crystal shrimp dumplings. My husband and I shared a chicken fried rice dish, and the flavor on it was really good.The service was alright, they were pretty good at refilling our waters. Food was brought out piping hot.The atmosphere is very modern style, warm lighting in dark elements. There was an odd smell of burning plastic or something that was nauseating. The music is played a little too loudly, while there's no dampening to the sound.They are a bit pricey, but worth the indulgence. I would order take out from them, if I lived closer.Wheelchair accessibility: They mostly have booths, and the tables are in alcoves, so it would be difficult to seat a wheelchair well.
I never thought in middle of our meal we will find a cockroach flying down from the ceiling light and landing on my wife’s food and disappear under the table. We were so stunned that before we could pull out our phone to capture a shot of the cockroach it disappeared. The customer service also need some work to do. I believe it is not surprising for them as they casually change our table after hearing about the incident and offered 20% discount. Me and my family will never go there again.
I ordered take out and I was pleasantly surprised. The food was great! Way better fresher tasting than any other Chinese food I've had. We loved it. The steak was good, the chicken wasn't dry. The dumplings were wonderful! Great tasting food.
Unless my tastebuds decided to take a day off today, I felt like it was good but the flavor wasn’t there.The pork soup dumpling had a nice texture and held out during the cooking and eating process. None of them broke when picking up.The garlic cucumber has a nice extreme taste. On one end you have the salt & garlic paste with maybe a hint of vinegar, offsetting it with fresh, neutralizing Persian cucumbers.Unlike most establishments where the cucumbers are pickled.The Dan Dan noodle had nice texture, but the flavor was lacking. I wasn’t sure if it’s because of the freshly strained noodles and not enough sauce, but if you could imagine plain noodle flavor, with pork texture and some chili oil taste, that was about it.The hot and sour soup was good, not too spicy, not too sour, good taste but I feel like maybe a dash of white pepper would’ve brought it home.Other than that, I will come back again to try the other dishes as I have my eye on the half duck.
Love this place. ( the one in Memorial Dr) Delicious Peking duck with wrap and trimmings/hoisin. Tastes like the ones in NY Chinatown. We also enjoyed their pork/crabmeat soup dumplings and Yangzhou fried rice. Our server, Xochil was super pretty, nice and attentive. She even made a non alcoholic fancy drink for my grandson. Definitely recommend going to this place if craving for some good Peking duck.
After living in Singapore for a couple of years, we have missed being able to get good soup dumplings. While visiting Houston, my husband discovered Duck N Bao, so we decided to give it a try. The soup dumplings were as good as those we got in Singapore. I especially liked their cream cheese crab puffs. We liked the food so much, we ate here two days in a row.
Been here twice and the food was great both times! Not sure what the negative reviews are about, everything we’ve tried has been good. Crispy spicy chicken is a must- one of my favorite restaurant dishes. You can feel the peppercorn and it’s awesome Mapo tofu, soup dumplings, and pan fried beef bao are some other good ones. Next time we’ll get the duck!
Wow, this was good. Dumplings were soupy goodness. The cumin beef had an amazing intensity. I cook with cumin often, but this flavor was outstanding. The service was great; attentive.Food: 5/5
I have been to both this location and the downtown location, and I cannot emphasize enough how much I love this place!! The duck is delicious, and they're the ones that got me hooked on adding the large granules of sugar to my duck wraps. The crunch is so good and I get so sad when I go to other restaurants that don't offer this! I also love how they offer the duck bone soup, it's a fantastic ending to the meal and to mix with rice. Their other dishes are amazing too. Soup dumplings are thin skinned and juicy, chili wontons are a good level of spicy, string beans are seasoned great, just to name a couple.
Wow so disappointed in the food. You read all these great reviews and then you get there and it's nothing like the reviews. The food came called the noodles in the chow mein were chewy. Our chicken dish was flavor less. You would think when you spend over $50 she would be happy on your food not so.
Saw this restaurant come up on Postmates but wanted to try it in person. So my husband and I ate here for Chinese New Year Our waitress, Linh, was very kind and checked up on us very often. The ambiance of this place is amazing! I didn't expect the inside to be so well decorated. It reminds me of some upscale PF Changs I've been to, but with way better food. We ordered the Sichuan Beef Jerky, expecting it to be similar to Thai Beef Jerky, while it wasn't quite a comparison it was very spicy and soft. My husband had the bright idea of putting some jerky on the Scallion Pancake topped with chili oil and it tasted amazing! Def try that trick out. The warm Sake tasted great, came in cute bottles, definitely hit us a bit before the food came out. Pork Soup Dumplings were as expected, the soup was very hot! But delectable, especially in some chili oil. Lamb Cumin wasn't exactly the best or most authentic dish. We like ordering this dish when we go Hunan restaurants in Chinatown. But I wasn't expecting it to be very authentic. And finally, the duck. I haven't had Peking duck for a long while, and my husband has never had Peking duck before although he is a duck fan. So so good. Amazing wrapped up in the paper thin rolls with some sauce and greens. I hadn't realized the order also came with a massive soup that we took him and ate the next day. So satisfied with everything! So glad we celebrated Lunar Year here
Stopped by before the dinner crowd started coming in so it the place was empty except one other table. I ordered the special mix steamed dumplings and the Dan Dan Noodles. I found the service was poor, the portions were small and the bill was over 20 dollars. I wasn't going to write a review so I didn't get any pictures of what I was served but Yelp asked for my review so there it is
17333 Spring Cypress Rd Suite H, Cypress, TX 77429