Reviews Imperial Signature

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Very Good
7 Reviews
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Very Good
7 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Anthony F.4 months ago · 1 review

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.

Adam W.2 months ago · 7 reviews

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

Ana J.7 months ago · 1 review

The food was nice and tasty, crispy where it needed to be but could have been a touch warmer. The mango pancake was a treat! It is expensive, as a guide - Jelly costing $6.80

Adam W.7 months ago · 7 reviews

Good service and good food, but quite expensive, 4 kids and 1 adult at $115. The real sting was $15 for tea for 5! Prefer the old sea treasure!

Sam K.a year ago · 1 review

Generally ok for us that could eat everything, but they have very poor grip on gluten free food request. Three of my group of 6 were GF. They had little understanding of gluten and what derives it. As such, asking for dish adjustments was not easy. Many other chinese restaurants, even Yum Cha, now have applied themselves to this. I gathered they’re indifferent to this dietary requirement, so won’t be going back.

Mike S.6 months ago · 1 review

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.

Bel F.9 months ago · 1 review

Food was great. Waitress was quite pushy though and was basically putting food on the table before we even had a chance to say whether or not we wanted it. Hasn't been very busy since it changed from Sea Treasure. We were happy with what we had ordered though.