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Posted by annonymous on 04/04/2011
This place is crowded over the weekend during the day and evening. Finding parking during the day was horrible, but not too bad in the evening after 7 p.m.(hint). The restaurant is clean and have good service and the food is tasty. The Fish Maw soup is superb. The Garlic Chicken is excellent. Unlike other restaurant where the patron have not yet finish eating and the bill is already to be collected. The evening we were there the restaurant waited for us to finished the meal before giving us the bill.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2010
My sister and I had a good meal here this past week. They did not speak much English, and there were several items on the wall in Chinese as well, but the pointing and asking method seemed to work pretty well. Crispy chicken was excellent, and so was the fried rice Yang Chow style with ham, pork, shrimp, and bits of egg among other things. The best was the West Lake Beef Soup though. The tender bits of beef in a slightly thickened broth was accented perfectly with cilantro, sliced scallion, and the white pepper we added ourselves. We eat in Flushing, and Manhattan Chinatown often, and we thought the food in general was quite good. The room is bit like a large living room, but as long as it tastes good I am not that concerned.
Posted by Nicole Macotsis on 05/11/2009
Manager Fei and staff at 8th Avenue Seafood participated in Brooklyn Arts Council's tour of cultural communities of Sunset Park and welcomed an unexpectedly large group of over 25 into their restaurant. Although we requested "samples' of dim sum we were treated to an elaborate spread of many varieties of Dim Sum - buns, pork, veggies, fried crackly things, balls with sesame seeds... This was accompanied by tea and a very warm welcome and explanations of the type of dim sum- meaning of dim sum (breakfast -fast!) and how and when it is eaten in Hong Kong and Sunset Park. 8th Avenue Seafood overextended themselves and generously treated BAC tour participants to a delicious and varied Dim Sum meal and more -proving, 8th Avenue Seafood is a lot more than Seafood!