My friends and I were looking for a restaurant to eat in and with all the choices along Robson street, we found ourselves at the tip of Granville Street. We were making our way back when I saw a small building on the corner. It had Tsui Hang Village Seafood Restaurant fancily written on it. Although you wouldn’t expect it from the exterior, the place was very spacious with draped circular tables, high ceilings, golden vases, statues and a crystal chandelier as a center piece above. The stark white lights and black minimalist lines surrounding the area are reminiscent of Chinese restaurants in the Philippines. We had Barbecue Duck, Beef Hotpot and Yang Chow Rice. It wasn’t busy because it was late in the evening so all the servers had their eyes fixed on us but aside from that minor discomfort they were very attentive and nice.
It only costs $12 for half a barbecue duck. It was very crispy and juicy, and enough for three people!
The three dishes fit perfectly with each other. We were a wee bit afraid the prices would go over our budget but it wasn’t even expensive. We only spent around $30.00 for three without finishing everything!
This is definitely one of my favorite Chinese Restaurants.