Restaurant

Dim Sum Restaurant Full Moon City

Achter Raamstraat 75, The Hague

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Opening hours

Opening hours
Day of the week Opening hours
Monday 11:30 - 01:00
Tuesday 11:30 - 01:00
Wednesday 11:30 - 01:00
Thursday 11:30 - 01:00
Friday 11:30 - 01:00
Saturday 11:30 - 01:00
Sunday 11:30 - 01:00

Average

4,3

Google Reviews

  • Richard Vos

    Chinese Dim sum restaurant in the middle of China Town The Hague is a nice place to go to have dim sum or a full course menu. Portions are right size. Bathroom is clean (which is an indicator for lots of people to have food or not). They don't want to split the bill for groups... which makes it one star less. If you like this review, please hit the thumb.

    a month ago
  • Justin van Schaick

    Chinese restaurant that serves traditional Chinese dishes as apposed to most Chinese restaurants in the Netherlands that offer some kind of fusion cooking. We went to have Dim Sum around lunch time on a Sunday and the place was absolutely packed. Al lot of Chinese customers, probably from the surrounding China Town. Food was good, nothing special. The restaurant is clean but the entrance and staircase look a little rundown and dirty. I would recommend making reservations. Paid parking available in one of the several parking garages in the neighborhood. We noticed it's absolutely impossible to pour tea from their tea pots without spilling some on the table.

    2 months ago
  • Ka Wai Ma

    My family and I love going to this place for dim sum. The food is nice and quite cheap compared to dim sum restaurants in Amsterdam. The egg tarts are divine!

    a week ago
  • Sugeng Rahardjo

    Good Chinese restaurant that offers the real dim sum experience. Keeping true to the Chinese flavors ensures that many Chinese families choose this restaurant for their family gatherings. Make sure to reserve in advance if you don't want to wait. If you are only interested in the dim sum selection there is also the option to go across the street to the full moon all you can eat restaurant.

    a month ago
  • Kent West

    Not a fan. Ordered salt and pepper chicken and chicken fried rice which I repeated at least 6 times. The salt and pepper chicken was small chicken pieces with bones in every piece. Not worth eating hardly because we were afraid to get small pieces of chicken bones in each bite. The chicken fried rice of course had no chicken in it. If it would have had chicken, we could have at least enjoyed that. The Coke's were served in very small glasses and after 3 sips, I needed a refill. All in all, a pretty miserable meal that left us both hungry.

    a month ago