Review on Little Yang Sing
The original name has stuck, but this long-serving Mancunian Chinese is not so little anymore: it can now seat over 200, thanks to extensive refurbishment and expansion. The bustling L-shaped basement is one of the most pleasant dining rooms in Chinatown and the cooking is very sound.
Browse through the list of daytime dim sum and you'll come across a few curtiosities such as coconut chicken samosas, crispy cheese rolls and the oddly named 'prawn bauble with almond flakes' among the steamed dumplings and crispy wun tuns.
The long menu works its way through the Cantonese repertoire, picking up steamed scallops with ginger and spring onions, barbecued pork, roast duck in plum sauce and baked king prawns with cashews along the way. A few specialities from elsewhere are also added to the mix, in the shape of Szechuan crispy beef with chilli, Peking-style spare ribs and Mongolian lamb with pancakes.
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Kui Keung Yeung
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 11.30pm (12.00 Fri, 12.30pm Sat, 10.45pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express