Everything you want to know about Montreal : how to get here, important phone numbers, exchange rates, etc.

Arts and entertainment
Bars and clubs
Buildings, monuments, etc
Special events
Hotels, motels, etc
Montreal by theme
Walking tours

From Old Montreal to the Plateau and Chinatown, all the information in this guide divided by neighbourhood with maps.
Other more Montreal.com services

Lotte Furama

Neighbourhood : Chinatown
Type : Chinese, Dim sum
Price : $$
Terrasse : NA
Delivery : No
Bring your own wine : No

Contact and location
Address : 1115 Clark on the second floor, just south of René-Levesque blvd.
Metro station: St-Laurent then take a 10 min. walk south of St-Laurent, then turn right on René-Levesque and left on Clark Place d'Armes, Palais des Congres exit then walk east on de la Gauchetière then north on Clark
Tel. : 514-393-3838
Email :
Website :
hide the map
activate street view

Your opinions
Review written by CQ
Rating : 4.0/5
In one line : they serve some hard to find specialties and inexpensive lobsters.
Review : If you want to feel like you in Hong Kong, this is the place to go. When I first came in this restaurant, I was the only non-asian around and the group of 150 or so tourists from Hong Kong that came in helped entertain the illusion. The restaurant is a great long hall very tastefully decorated and lined with televisions playing karioke style chinese music videos. But when it's full, it can get very noisy. The service was a little abrupt and borderline rude, but it depends mostly on the waiter (some other waiters seemed very friendly). The menu is long (it takes about ten minutes to read it thru) and the choices are quite varied. Their specialty is lobster (in season) and swallow nest soup (very expensive - starting at 25$ per person and you have to call in advance). I chose the Ching Tze steamed dumpling as en entree, there were good enough but not the best dumplings I ever had (the dough was too sticky). The main dish was braised duck with various meat (that's what it said in the menu). The serving was large enough to feed two hungry people! And honestly I didn't recognize much of the ingredients except for the duck, shrimps and pork, but it was very enjoyable. By the way, you have to order the rice separatly, it doesn't come with the dished unless specified in the menu. The whole supper (the entree and main dish) came to $18.25 with taxes (but not including tip). So, an relatively upscale chinese restaurant with lot's of choices (some you can't find anywhere else).
Date of review : Between 1993 and 2005

add your opinion

External reviews
More to come...

< back...

moreMontreal apartments

Last update:

Questions? Comments? Contact us!
Copyright © 1996-2018 toutMontreal.com enr.