Asian >Yummy Chinese Restaurant
2450 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis, MN | Directions 5540444.957352 -93.278001
Neighborhoods: Whittier, Powderhorn
Over priced for the worst than Lee Ann Chins – Yummy should be sued for false advertising. Way over priced and food tasted bland and not fresh. Service was ok maybe because I'm Asian.
We love Yummy's! – The food is delicious. We've eaten Dim Sum in many cities including Seattle and New York and think Yummy's is excellent. Some of these reviews seem overly concerned with "speedy service." If you are dining out, why not relax and enjoy the company of those you are dining with, instead of worrying about the haste of the service? We've found the staff to be friendly and always kind to our small daughter. She will eat as many of the shrimp and broad noodle dish as we will give her--she loves it and asks to come to this restaurant by name. (We've been eating here a few times a year for three years, so our daughter has been loving this food from ages 3 to 6.)
Horrible service – I would give yummy a 1 star cause the service is horrible. We had to wait 25 minutes to even order at that was because we asked if we could order. The food was then delivered and we all didn't even get our food. We had to ask for our food twice. Three people received their food after everyone was done eating. The waitresses were sitting on the ground behind the cash register, where we could see them, and were not helping us. We then had to ask for our bill as well. I would not recommend this place. Service was horrible, and the food was not that great.
great variety, nice atmosphere – It was my first time to Yummy Chang's, and I loved it. They have $1 beer on weekdays (not friday's). The menu had the regular americanized chinese food, plus some items I have never seen before. They have a great selection of seafood, I'm guessing fresh from the tank. I was not in an adventurous mood, so I ordered the mongolian beef and the general tso's chicken. Both were fantastic. For two people with $1 beer, the total was $23. The serving sizes are really big, so we'll have at least two more meals out of it. I'll definitely be back!
Authentic Hong Kong cuisine in a sleek, mod emporium so big you can bring your entire posse for pot stickers. – In Short
There's something cinematic about this huge, modish space: blond stone walls, burbling fish tanks and huge family-style tables with lazy Susans to encourage sharing. As the longtime home of Chinese favorite Chan's, Yummy's inherited a built-in clientele of discerning fans of Chinese cuisine. Pages of noodles, stir-fries, rice dishes, seafood and meats in exotic and standard preparations makes it hard to settle on one thing. Still, many options (jellyfish, baby pigs) might challenge Western sensibilities.
A warming service with excellent dimsum. For some reason it's better than the last time I had it. I guess with the new owner and menu, quite the pleasant place to go out and eat at even on a late friday or saturday because they are open till 3 AM. I love the P tips w/ garlic sauce and for seafood, a fresh crab from the tank cooked in Hong Kong style. Looks like Yummys is stepping up in food quality and service.
Great place for Dim Sum – The service we received at this restaurant was excellent and the food was to die for. The waiter was very nice and attentive and we did not have to wait, although it seems as if he was the only one working that day. I would highly recommend this restaurant primarily for the good food and good value.
fall05 – the food was very good, nobody brought us a menu, service was horrible, had to go up to the counter to get the bill,
Yummy was yummy! – Although they had a wedding reception/dinner going on the food was out very fast and it was good! The waitress and other staff were very attentive. I was impressed.
Has gone downhill – 2005: Our more recent trips to Yummy have been disappointing, reflecting the comments made by others. When Yummy first opened the service was poor, but it offered good food at a good price. Alas, prices have gone up a couple of bucks across the board, but the food quality has gone down. Service has improved, but if the food isn't...well, yummy, then who cares? A sad turn of events, it doesn't seemed to have dampened the place's popularity...which may be why it has happened.
2004: We found the main course items we ordered to be excellent. Yummy's support staff still seem to be climbing a steep learning curve, so what they provide varies from excellent to dismal, and your experience is likely depend on who's working that night. But the ambience is dandy, the food is a good value, and you have to love the name.
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