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Imperial Signature in Crows Nest serves some of the freshest Chinese food in the city. This spacious restaurant is perfect for big groups or functions, so be sure to consider it next time you’re looking to have a celebratory dinner to remember. Try dishes like spicy minced lamb, braised pork belly, crispy sweet and sour pork or wok-fried seafood, or order up something lighter like dim sum. Whatever you choose, we’re certain you’ll love it. You can find this restaurant down Willoughby Road, not far from Wollstonecraft and Willoughby Road stations. Reserve ahead to save your table.
Pretty good service, not cheap but good quality and fresh. One of the smallest Sunday lunch crowds that I have seen at yum cha for quite some time
Friendly staff and good food. Ideal location for a Sunday brunch (Yum Cha) that is. Menu is not extensive but enough for us. My favourite is the Mango Pancakes.
The yum cha was fine, especially the prawns and snow peas (we ordered a second). We wanted some prawn cutlets, though took the recommended salt and pepper prawns. These were atrocious, difficult to eat, smelt funny and at $38, an absolute rip off, especially as we left most them.The owner deducted 10% (only off the prawns), where I think she should have deducted the whole thing. My friends at another table also sent back their calamari as it was tough and inedible. I'd go back for yum cha, but that's all. It's hardly a replacement for the Sea Treasure.