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Posted by Gary on 02/22/2014
Almost empty when we went in as out of town tourists. I now know that it's likely because locals don't go there. Pricing on their dim sum menu and the check presented was not clear . There was 4 of us wanting a light lunch. We only ordered a few dim sum dishes and the bill came to just over $70 which is what you would expect for a full dinner. I felt ripped off and after paying the bill, I left a very small tip. The women cashier came over to pick up the check folder BEFORE we started to leave and as she was walking away immediately opened it to see what I had left as a tip. She returned and complained it was not at least 10%. Their prices and billing already had a built in tip in my mind. I took back the tip and walked out. Little wonder why they have an odd women out on the street hawking the place to passerbys.
Posted by Jaap on 07/23/2009
Today we whent to Kan’ s chinees restaurant in China town San Francisco. Where should we start. 1. The toilets are smelly/ and dirty. 2. The waiters are waiting next to you until you order something. ( Very annoying ). 3. If you finished your meal the take your empty plate right away, even if the rest of the group is still eating. 4. When everyone is finished the bring the bill right away, the don’t even ask if you whant a dessert or something. 5. The put stuff on the menu ( for us the Tea ) that the don’t even bring to you. 6. And now the most annoying thing!! After youre done dinning the give you the bill. With for example the total costs of 40 dollar (including tax) and below that there is the Grand total that is 48 Dollar. They whant you to pay 8 dollar of Tip!! We know that giving tip in restaurants is normal but putting it on the bill is not normal. And if your not going to pay it there going to nag until you pay it. Conclusion: Don’t go to this place.
Posted by hotelguyatx on 04/30/2008
I visited not long ago, and I'm a fairly well-traveled guy from Texas.. but wow... the other comment mentioned someone hawking outside, litterally grabbing people to come in... i can see why they had to resort to that. the food was so-so, nothing to write home about.. but there was one very large table of asian folks who apparently were the focus of the whole staff.. all the other people seemed to be confused people who got lured in. i had to ask for anything other than the 5 same items they paraded around. the poor woman at the table next to me was confused about the whoe Dim Sum procedure, and the servers weren't really kind enough to kindly explain it.. i understood enough of what they were speaking, and they werent very nice talking about the woman. hey, just because we arent of asian decent, doesnt mean we dont understand... it was during what would be a busy lunch time. i wouldnt really go back there knowing what i know now.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2006
I went during an off peak hour, but was lured in off the street by staff promising yummy dimsum. When I went inside there were two other tables with people. The "dimsum" was offered on a small tray and was not the typical staples such as hargow (shrimp dumplings) or shumai (pork dumplings). I waited patiently for another variety to come around, only to be offered the same pitiful tray three times. Finally I had to special order the dimsum I wanted. It ended up being really expensive!