great Restaurant. We went there even twice because we enjoyed it so much. Can strongly recommend the Peking Duck, and the Curry Soups....be careful they are spicy :-)
We were in Kiev for a month (we come from Singapore and we're Chinese) and seriously craving Chinese food. By reviews on TripAdvisor we got here. Truly authentic Chinese dishes to order, the Curry Fried Rice was very very fragrant and good. The dish portions are really big so it was a good filling meal for two of us. Would... More
Once one of the best places in town with Chinese food the restaurant is gradually dying. No crowd, no need to book, always empty and as a result products are not fresh and several people I know ( including myself) have had issues with stomach after eating at this place...
A piece of China in our capital. Definitely on the most authentical places of asian cuisine. There was three of us and everobody was satisfied. They accepting kiev city card so tourists will like it.
This cavernous yet cozy space is seldom full of more than a few guests, so you can expect a lot of attention from the smart, professional and friendly staff. The hot and sour soup is hearty and has just right flavor balance. Perfect on cold night. The fried rice is tasty and the stir fries are fresh and flavorful. Wines... More
This is the only restaurant that comes close to being authentically Chinese in Kiev. Don't expect to order sushi here! Chinese seldom eat raw food. My girlfriend is Ukrainian, and she had never ever tasted real Chinese food before. Needless to say she enjoyed the experience immensely. Be warned though that the portions are huge, even the appetizers. So bring... More
I went to Lun Van to try something real Chinese hoping that could be like that. The atmosphere is nice and realxing, not so many guests were around. Service is promt but not so friendly and smiling. Menu is wide..prices...well..in Kiev prices are everywhere high, but here are really high level! I was expecting with such price level also high... More
We came initially for lunch. The restaurant was open, though we were told it is operating mainly in the evening. However we were offered to take a seat and to have some tea until the kitchen will be operating. The menu is manifold and assorted by various type of dishes; such as pork, veal, chicken, rice or noodles etc. Nice... More
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