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Posted by glbetrkkr on 12/20/2010
while i can't really write 27 reasons to go to 27 sunrise, i can say that i had a very good time. I usually go to golden unicorn which is a block over. however, i find golden unicorn to be overcrowded. 27 sunrise is more low-key. though, it's still quite busy (which is a good thing). food is usual dim sum fare: shu-mai, spare ribs, broccoli, et al. servers are quite attentive. my friend and i were seated in a six-top table sans the other four people! at golden unicorn, i would have had to sit family style. prx is quite reasonable too; albeit, usual dim sum amount. between the two of us, we spent $25 inclusive of tip. i will probably return to 27 sunrise again for dim sum.
Posted by epoh4 on 03/11/2008
We come here when an occassion arises that brings our family together. The manager and waitstaff are always welcoming and genuinely friendly - patient and helpful when deciding amongst our indecisive lot , what to order (always family style - so concensus is often harder to come by.) We look forward to the fried oysters, (served on the shell), excellent pork chops - any style, scallops & conch, small but delicious crisp skinned free range chicken, shrimp with candied walnuts, and simple sauteed dishes of fresh vegetables of the day. While it is alittle farther a trek from the heart of Chinatown, you benefit from an atmosphere both relaxed and expansive. Noise level is lower than most restaurants in the area - and space is more soothing and spacious. Excellent and consistent food and service.
Posted by Art on 12/20/2004
The best dish here are any of the claypot casserole dishes. The chicken and eggplant casserole is one of the best. Other dishes are strong, particularly the spicy fried spareribs. The restaurant atmosphere is typically like a large Chinese dim sum restaurant, but tables are not too crowded together.