(Ottawa, Canada) • Nice options of Taiwanese, Korean and Japanese dishes at a very well decorated restaurant in the Chinatown area.
Ambiance: The restaurant is of a small size, tastefully decorated, it has a warm vibe and a classy feel.
Service: Fast, efficient and very professional. It didn’t take long for us to get a seat. The waitress was friendly and helpful making suggestions. She checked in on us and refilled our glasses of water without us asking. She was also fast bringing our bill after.
Cleanliness: The table, utensils, glasses and chairs were clean.
Food wait time: It didn’t take time at all. I was very impressed.
Food presentation: I loved mine as it was just like melted cheese and corn. I really liked the wooden tray where they serve the meal on.
Portion: It was pretty big. I wasn’t expecting to be that size! For the price, I thought it would have been an appetizer size.
Taste: I got the baked corn and cheese to try. It was good but it got very sickening half way so I don’t think I would ask for the same again.
Price: Affordable. Worth for the variety of their menu.
From: Ching’s Kitchen
Where: 641 Somerset St W, Ottawa, ON K1R 5K3
Phone: (613) 233-6888
Parking: On the street.