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3.6/5based on 7 votes

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6 Reviews
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3.5

Le menu est peu varié, on ne sert pas d'alcool, mais les dumplings porc, coriandre et crevettes sont vraiment excellents. Nous y venons souvent, principalement lorsque nous avons peu de temps mais envie de bien manger.

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101 Reviews
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3.5

Très bons dumplings, fraîchement préparés devant vous. Ils ne servent presque que ça, donc attendez-vous à un menu peu varié. Néanmoins, les dumplings sont savoureux, bien assaisonnés. Si vous les prenez frits, ils seront délicieusement croustillants. C'est invariable, chaque fois que nous y allons, nous prenons les dumplings au boeuf avec cari, à notre avis les meilleurs, et nous nous régalons. Le service est par contre lent et inégal, mais le restaurant est toujours plein à craquer.

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11 Reviews
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4.0

My daughter suddenly had a craving for dumplings when his brother was getting a haircut in Chinatown so we decided to try Mai Xiang Yuan. The place was not full when we went in around 12:15 pm but it suddenly became full after 15 minutes.

We ordered the following: (1) Fried Lamb & onion dumplings, (2) Pork, mushroom, and shrimp dumplings, and (3) Pork & shrimp dumplings in soup.

The place may not be fancy looking but the dumplings we had were very savory. We've tried a few of the dumplings place near the area but none got our approval in terms of taste. That's why we were so happy to discover this. As one posted in his review, truly a "diamond in the rough."

The service was great. The staff were all smiling (you can see the people making the dumplings; so, we took the opportunity to see how they prepared our food). The time it took for our order to be served is quite acceptable.

We never had the chance to see/ use the restroom. We were in and out of the place in 30 minutes and we ate 40 dumplings (total). As my daughter simply put it, "HAPPY TUMMY MAMA!"

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4 Reviews
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4.0

Les meilleurs dumplings en ville!

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8 Reviews
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3.0

This small restaurants serves almost only dumplings. You can actually see them doing them, just like in China. The dumplings were OK; I didn't love them but maybe I'm used to real good dumplings. The service was not very good... there were only 2 people for the whole restaurant and we sat and waited for them to clean our table for 10 minutes. Also, when we left, the waiter said in front of us that he felt the tips weren't enough. It's true that I come from Europe, and there we ONLY tip if the service was good. However, as we knew we were in Canada, we tipped, but he still said it wasn't enough in a very rude way.

Whatever, the dumplings were OK, it's a fun experience, specially for the ones who haven't tried them before. But that's all. I wouldn't go back very often, just when I'm starving for dumplings.

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29 Reviews
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4.0

Si vous avez le goût de manger des dumpling, c'est la bonne place. C'est leur spécialité, cuits à la vapeur ou grillés. Le service est ordinaire mais quand même bien pour le quartier chinois de Mtl. Le prix est bien si on considère la qualité de la nourriture.

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30 Reviews
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3.5

«Pas de permis d'alcool» qu'on nous répond à notre arrivée. Mais pour la prochaine fois, on nous suggère le Délicieux Xiang du 1051 boul. Saint-Laurent, un partenaire, un cousin ou une succursale. On nous remet même la carte du petit frère nous situant bien dans le «cartier» ; la faute d'orthographe nous laisse croire que l'on y parlera pas mieux français. Peu importe, nous restons. Nous avons envie de bons dumplings. La carte est invitante. Une très grande variété de «boulettes» au menu et en français s.v.p.; au porc, à l'agneau, au boeuf, aux fruits de mer ou végétariens, quelques soupes et quelques entrées aussi. Mais mieux vaut se faire plaisir et ne commander que des dumplings ; délicieux, savoureux ; bouilllis ou frits. Essayez ceux au porc, huitres et chou chinois mariné ou boeuf et oignon curry. Chaque commande contient 15 morceaux ; vous pouvez faire un moitié moitié de deux choix. De quoi en essayer plusieurs.
Les prix vont de 6,99$ à 9,99$. Pour les gourmands que nous sommes, la facture pour un bon repas rapide n'a été que de 40$ pour deux. Ça valait vraiment le coup. On y retournera.

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