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Restaurant Mai Xiang Yuan



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

Contact and location
Address : 1084 boul St-Laurent, Montreal, Qc, H2Z 1J5
Metro station: Champ-de-Mars, St-Laurent
Tel. : 514-875-1888
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Review written by SMG
Rating : 5.0/5
In one line : Savoureux dumplings
Review : J'y ai été pour diner avec des collègues, nous avions donc quelques sortes différentes, tant pour la farce (crevettes porc et coriandre, boeuf et oignon au curry, pour ne nommer que ces deux-là ) que pour la cuisson (frits à  la poêle pas dans l'huile, vapeur ou en soupe). Tous très très bons! Les salades en entrées sont vraiment délicieuses également, je les recommande toutes, mais particulièrement arachides et céleri. J'habite à Québec, mais je me promet d'y retourner dès mon prochain séjour à  Montréal!
Date of review : Feb 25 2011

Review written by CQ
Rating : 3.0/5
In one line : if you like dumplings and you are not alone
Review : The house specialty is dumplings. There are tens of types (although it's strange to see so-called vegetarian dumplings that contain dried shrimps). There are also soups and noodle dishes made by hand. The dumplings come in groups of 15, on average, less than $ 10. Unfortunately, we can not order a mix of dumplings. So all 15 dumplings are the same. Hence the importance of not going there alone (I even recommend more than 3-4 people to have a good selection). So instead I tried a soup (there are only a selection of 3-4 types of dumplings in the soups. I tried the pork dumplings and the beef and cilantro ones. The seaweed soup broth was good (with seaweed and dried shrimp floating here and there). Each soup came with 10 dumplings. Everything was good especially the pork dumplings which had a more delicate taste. Here's an anecdote, the four people at the table next to us ordered their dumplings but no appetizers. When the waiter brought them two small appetizers (not expensive), they asked if it was a bonus, he said yes. But just when they were about to dig in, the server realized his mistake and apologized quickly bu then remove these appetizers and brought to the right people. It seemed a little abrupt to me.
Date of review : Oct 1 2010

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