Ding Hao: "Give The Food Court A Miss" Chinatown Tip by jlaw78s
Chinatown, Adelaide: 4 reviews and 3 photos
Ding Hao stays open late and they don't give you that strange look if you eat alone. The food is fresh and the speed which the food arrive is impressive. The quality and quantity is rather appreciative. The service is good, without being too fussy or bored stand offish. An exception is main dinner times and Weekend dim sums- reserved a table or you wont be able to sink your teeth is some of the most heavenly dim sums in Chinatown.
Favorite Dish: Pei Pah Tofu is fresh and heavenly- think lightly battered tofu, flash fried and comes with a tangy sauce.
Claypot Seafood or Vegetarian Claypot- traditional Chinese dish perfected by only a few select chefs- subtle taste of seafood in a mouthwatering sauce which is not too gooey or heavy. Think- light, delicate and fresh taste.
Sir Fried Greens- Ask for Kai Lan- a type of Chinese green stir fried in a a really hot wok. I prefer the greens to be dressed in garlic sauce.
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: The first Chinese restaurant far end of Gouger Street if you approached from the Court House, Victoria Square side.
Theme: Chinese/Dim Sum
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