The spot for delicious authentic Chinese food in a casual, cozy cave
Mon – Tue, 12h – 15h, 18h30 – 23h; Wed, closed; Thu – Sun, 12h – 15h, 18h30 – 23h
Upon entering, it is clear that this place is not only popular with the locals, it’s popular with the Chinese community, which is always a good sign. For an authentic Chinese menu with plenty of staple dishes (don’t miss the dumplings, the kung pao chicken, and the double-cooked pork!), vegan and vegetarian options (try the ma po tofu and the green onion pancakes!), and large plates meant for sharing, look no further.
The ambiance, with its modern and neon-lit finishes, isn’t exactly what you might expect from a typical Chinese restaurant in Lisbon, but don’t let that stop you from visiting. The staff is kind, attentive, and ready to answer questions, and the prices are more than fair. Word to the wise: typically Sichuan food can be pretty spicy, so don’t hesitate to address any concerns you might have to the waiter, as each dish is cooked to order.