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    • Appetizers (Liáng Cài)

    • Imperial rolls (Chūn Juǎn)

      $2,99

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      Owner's words:
      I spent most of time eating Chinese food and I did not know these vegetable rolls are so delicious until I opened this restaurant. Also you don't want to miss our special dipping sauce, do you?
      Each order has two small rolls and as the owner, I think they are small too but they are so good.
      Delicacy could be the word here.

      On May 21 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Wontons with peanut butter sauce (Huā Shēng jiàng Yún Tūn)

      $4.99

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      Owner's words:
      Most loved by our customers, perfect peanut sauce on five home made wontons. Myself is addictive to it even it's totally North American. By the way, as born in China, most times I prefer real authentic Chinese food over the North American version.
      Warning: This one is really sweet.

      On May 21 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • House Salad (Lǎo Hǔ Cài )

      $6,99

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      Owner's words:
      The Chinese name of this dish is called "tiger's vegetable", I don't know why it's called that name. A lot of Chinese people know this dish but I don't, maybe I am not so Chinese.
      it's basically the mix of green pepper julienne and cucumber julienne. It's refreshing, good for the people like eating healthy and green. For for me I still like twice cook pork, full of flavor.

      On May 21 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • salted edamame (Máo Dòu)

      $4,99

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      Owner's words:
      Really simple, really good, recommend to have one plate while you are waiting for your plates.

      On May 25 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Seaweed salad (Liáng Bàn Hǎi Dài Sī)

      $6,99

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      Owner's words:
      It's full of flavors and totally worth it. It's NOT the bright greenish Japanese seaweed salad (which I like too). Our seaweed salad has some tougher characters in it also some beauty as well. Not an easy job to describe it with my English as a second language, I guess you get the gist of it anyway, right?

      On May 20 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Vermicelli salad (Dōng Běi Dà Lā Pí)

      $7,99

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      Owner's words:
      This is a very special dish, liked by some and disliked by some more.
      You need to like real authentic Chinese food to like this. Some adventurous customers may leave the plate full because of the weird texture. I would recommend you to try this one after you have some of our authentic Chinese dishes first.

      In May 2015, our customer explained this dish in the video

      On May 20 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Sichuan pepper Chicken Salad (jiāo má jī )(Not Available)

      9.99

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      Owner's comment:
      This appetizer is prepared by myself and it's a secret recipe shared by my friend who is from ChengDu, Sichuan. I know this friend for almost 10 years and only found out he is a Sichuan food master recently. After seeing our first restaurant at CDN destroyed by a fire, he came to me to offer his secret recipes which he had so much confidence to make our restaurant very popular among Chinese customers. He showed me how to make this plate step by step. From now on, I call him Shifu like KungFu Panda.
      this one is a cold plate which gives you numbness from the Sichuan peppercorn. A lot of chili oil too.
      A bonus is it does NOT have bones.
      I recommend everyone to try this.

    • Tofu Skin Salad (liáng bàn qiān zhāng )

      7.99

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      Owner's comment:
      QianZhang is translated thousands of layers. It's a big sheet made of Tofu and it's magical that Chinese people can make so many different food using soy beans. We cut QianZhang sheets into thin julienne. This plate is very tasty and healthy and it's widely accepted. Totally recommend this one.

      On May 20 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Mouth-watering chicken (kǒu shuǐ jī )(Not Available)

      9.99

      018
      Owner's comments:
      Again, this dish is very well-known and we are not 100% satisfied with the flavor now and it will get better really soon.
      PS. I am surprised that some customers still order this plate. In my opinion, our Sichuan Pepper Chicken Salad is better than this one.

    • Soups (Tāng)

    • Hot and sour soup (Suān Là Tāng)

      $2,99

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      Owner's words:
      Spicy and tasty, no meat, drink slowly to avoid hiccups.

      On May 21 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Wonton soup (Yún Tūn Tāng)

      $2,99

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      Owner's words:
      Three wontons in every bowl, pork, home made, everybody loves this soup at AuntDai.

      On May 21 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Chicken Soup (cài shū jī tāng)(Not Available)

      2.99

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    • Vegetarian dishes (Sù Cài)

    • Eggplants, potatos and bell peppers (Dì Sān Xiān)

      $9,99

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      Ingredients: eggplant, potatoes, green peppers

      Owner's words:
      So famous in the three North-eastern provinces.
      great balance of flavors. I always like this one when I don't feel like eating any plate with meat.

      In May 2015 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      In Feb 2021 I tested the takeout version of this dish 59 minutes after it's cooked in this video.

      On March 16th 2021, I recorded this long video to explain the dine-in version of this dish, here is the link.

    • Sweet and spicy eggplant (Yú Xiāng Qié Zǐ)

      $11,99

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      Ingredients: eggplant, coriander
      Owner's Comments:
      If you like eggplant dish this one is a good choice. It's more on the flavorful side. We used to put a little bit ground pork in it but we had to remind customers of that and recently we decided not to add pork so it's more acceptable and saved a lot of time for our waitresses. This plate is little bit close to the DiSanXian (eggplant, potato and bell pepper). Try not to order them together.

      In October 2014 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      On March 29 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish, here is the video.

       

    • Dry-fried Green Beans (gàn biān dòu jiǎo)

      $10.99

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      Owner's words:
      Simply like it, green beans, healthy, good flavor.

      In Feb 2021 I tested this dish 43 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video.

      On March 19 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

       

    • Toufu stir fried with potherb mustard (Xuě Cài Dòu Fǔ)

      $9,99

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      Owner's words:
      This is a very light plate with non-fried Tofu, I always recommend this one if they want a Tofu plate not being spicy.
      Not be scared by the word "mustard", it has nothing to the mustard flavor we know.
      It's almost good to everybody.

      On April 22 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Sweet and Spicy fried Tofu (jiā cháng dòu fǔ)

      9.99

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      Owner's comments:
      In Chinese name, this dish is called home-made tofu. It's very popular way of cooking tofu at home.
      If you are ok with little bit spiciness, you may like this one.
      The tofu is cut into triangle shapes and battered fried.

      On April 21 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Sweet and spicy potato (Suān Là Tǔ Dòu Sī)

      $9,99

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      Ingredients: potatoes, chili, vinegar
      Owner's words:
      This plate will show you how Chinese cuisine can do with our beloved potato outside of French fries, mash potato, chips.
      This potato Julian dish is very very popular in China.
      Let's salute potato!

      On April 3 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

       

    • Seasonal vegetables in garlic sauce (Suàn Róng Shí Lìng Shū Cài)

      $9,99

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      Ingredients: garlic, seasonal vegetables (broccoli, Shanghai blue, snow peas)
      Owner's words:
      When you want a plate full of vegetable, go with this one.
      I like only broccoli with garlic sauce.

      On April 12 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Cabbage stir fry (shǒu sī bāo cài )

      $9.99

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      Owner's words:
      This plate was added to our menu after so many our Chinese customers called for the addition. And it's loved by almost everybody now.
      Simple yet tasty, not spicy.

      On March 14th 2021, I recorded a long video to explain this dish, here is the video link.

    • Rice and noodles (Zhǔ Shí)

    • Pork Dumplings (zhū ròu jiǎo zǐ )

      $10.99

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    • Vegetable dumplings (sù jiǎo zǐ)

      $10.99

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    • Yangzhou fried rice (Yáng Zhōu Chǎo Fàn)

      $11,99

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      Owner's comments:
      This is the authentic Yangzhou fried rice, it contains pork, shrimps, peas, carrots.
      it's very popular.

      In March 2021, I test tasted YangZhou Fried Rice 28 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video.

      On April 4 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Thai fried rice (Tài Shì Chǎo Fàn )

      $11,99

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      Owner's comments:
      It looks like Yang Zhou fried rice with Thai flavor.

      In March 2021, I test tasted it in a takeout container 44 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video

      On April 10 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Stir Fried udon (Gān Chǎo Wū Dōng)

      $11,99

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      Ingredients: Fried udon (chicken, beef, shrimps or vegetables at choice)
      Owner's comments:
      Thick noodles, sometimes called Wudong noodles sometimes called Shanghai noodles. Light flavour with black pepper, but sometimes you could get surprise flavour with extra soy sauce.

      In Feb 2021, I tested the takeout version, here is the video

      On April 11 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Singapore noodles (Xīng Zhōu Chǎo Fěn)

      $11,99

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      Owner's comments:
      It has curry flavour, don't expect it to be SO tasty but it's a safe choice and make you happy.

      In Feb 2021 I explained this dish in the video

      On April 7 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Cantonese fried noodles (Guǎng Dōng Chǎo Miàn)

      $11,99

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      Ingredients: Cantonese fried noodles (chicken, beef, shrimps or vegetables at choice)

      Owner's comments:
      I guess this is a great invention by overseas Cantonese people. Crispy thin noodles are soaked with flavoured sauce. Also a lot of vegetables covering the noodles. It's a safe choice.

      In March 2021, I test tasted this dish 59 minutes after it's cook, here is the video link.

      On April 5 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

       

    • Pad thai noodle (chicken, beef, shrimps or vegetables at choice) (Tài Chǎo Hé Fěn)

      $11,99

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      Ingredients: Pad thai noodle (chicken, beef, shrimps or vegetables at choice)

      Owner's comments:
      This well known North American Chinese dish(or Thai food from the name itself) is well deserved the popularity. A lot of flavour and plenty. Only thing is it's better to eat it when it's still hot because it could get sticky or soggy after some time, may not be the best item for takeout even though we have a lot of customers ordering this one for takeout.

      In Feb 2021, I tested this one 56 minutes after it's cooked to simulate the real delivery or takeout, here is the video.

      On April 6 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Steamed rice (Bái Fàn)

      $1,49

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    • Main dishes (Rè Cài)

    • General Tao chicken (Zuǒ Gōng Jī)

      $11,99

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      Owner's words:
      More than once, More than twice, our customers told me AuntDai has the best General Tao Chicken in Montreal. Hands half way down or 3 quarters way down maybe, I am no expert on North American Chinese food but I like our General Tao a lot, a lot more than what I would have thought. We use high quality chicken breast and our own special sauce.
      I am really proud we have this great dish even though deep down I hope all the items on our menu are authentic Chinese.
      In Feb 2021 I explained the takeout version of this dish in the video.

      On March 24th 2021 I explained the dine-in version of the dish, here is the video

    • Orange beef (Chén Pí Niú Ròu)

      $11,99

      021
      Owner's words:
      Comparing to our General Tao Chicken, this one is not THAT good.
      Anyway, I am not big fan of North American Chinese food and it's your call.
      In Feb 2021 I explained the takeout version of this dish in the video.

      On April 2 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

       

    • Peanut sauce (chicken, beef, shrimps or vegetables at choice) (Huā Shēng)

      $11,99

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      Owner's words:
      I don't know why but peanut sauce chicken is liked by a lot of customers at AuntDai.

      On May 18 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Black Pepper (Hēi Jiāo )

      $11.99

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      Owner's words:
      Don't let the name fool you, this one is NOT authentic Chinese food. True story, one customer got really mad because it's not so Chinese since he visited Sichuan China before.
      note: we removed "Sichuan" from the name when we updated the menu to avoid confusion.
      Still this dish is very tasty according to a lot of customers.

      On May 16 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Broccoli beef (Xī Lán Niú Ròu)

      $11,99

      030

      Owner's words:
      This simple yet tasty dish is indeed authentic Chinese food. It's light, not spicy.
      It's a very safe and good choice for most people. Actually this plate is the anchor picture when CTV news voted Cuisine AuntDai as the best Chinese food in Montreal. Check out the CTV news video.

      In October 2014 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      In Feb 2021 I tested the takeout version of this dish 38 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video

      On March 31 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Hot pepper with beef (xiǎo chǎo niú ròu )

      $13.99

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      Owner's words:
      This new addition of our menu is very spicy.
      Be careful of the green hot pepper, they are really hot.

      In March 2021, I test tasted the takeout version of this dish 51 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video link.

      On April 14 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

       

    • Satay sauce beef (shā chá niú ròu )

      $13.99

      032

      Owner's words:
      This is new on our menu, I did NOT have chance to try this one yet.
      According to a lot of customers, this one is very popular, I still don't have chance to taste it. Looks like I should spend more time eating in my own restaurant.

      In March 2021, I test tasted the takeout version of this dish 36 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video.

      On April 16 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish  in the video.

    • Poached beef slices in chili oil (shuǐ zhǔ niú ròu )

      $14.99

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      Owner's words:
      This new dish on the menu is very spicy and very authentic. We were asked by a lot of die hard Chinese food lovers to add this plate and we finally made it.
      If you like spicy food and you love real Chinese food you may have good chance loving this plate.

      On April 15 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Cumin Beef (Zī Rán Niú Ròu )

      $13.99

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      Owner's words:
      little little bit spicy, more flavor of cumin, very tasty. We used to have the beef pieces on small sticks but several customers cut their lips by it thinking it was some hard ingredient (They must have watches some shows about weird Chinese food). To avoid incidents like this, no more sticks. Some good infusion from the overly fried onion slices (which you can eat).
      definitely recommend this.

      On March 26th 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video link

       

    • Beef and Potato Stew (Tǔ Dòu Niú Ròu )

      $15.99

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      Owner's words:
      This is one of my favorites in University and that version was sweet with tomato. Because of this dish, I gained at least five pounds but it gave me so much memory and so more.
      Again, this is not my version. I tasted only once to approve it's good but it's very different from my favorite version. Hope you guys will like it.

      On April 17 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Grilled beef slices (tiě bǎn niú liǔ )

      13.99

      036
      Owner's comments:
      The beef is tender and a great mix of flavor with sizzling onion julienne on a hot plate.
      I recommend to eat the half sautéed onion julienne as well.

      On May 15 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Twice-cooked pork (Huí Guō Ròu)

      $13,99

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      Ingredients: pork, green pepper, garlic, Sichuan corn pepper
      Owner's words:
      This is one of my favorites on the menu, every time I eat in the restaurant, our kitchen staff would have this plate because they know I love this one unless we are really low on stock because a lot of customers love this dish as well. It's medium spicy and little bit oily because of the pork belly. I can eat a lot of rice with HuiGuoRou and really clean the plat because even the sauce and small fallen meat pieces left on the place can help me get down one bowl of rice.

      In November 2014, our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      In Feb 2021, I tested takeout version of this dish 33 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video.

      On March 11 2021, I recorded this video to explain this dish in detail, here is the video link.

    • Braised pork belly with sweet potato noodles (Hóng Shāo Ròu Dùn Fěn Tiáo)

      $14,99

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      Ingredients: pork, cabbage, vermicelli (casserole)

      Owner's words:
      This is a very popular dish among the customers who don't care its greasiness. The flavor is really rich and perfectly balanced. You almost want to sniff the tasty hot air above this beautiful dish. This dish is really hearty and you can eat a lot of bowls of rice with it (and the rice is 1.49 per person, free refill, very good for this one). So even you love it, you may not want to have it every time if you are watching your weight because you know you cannot stop if you have started on this one. This is the only reason I try to keep myself away from this plate.
      If you really want it, simply tell our waitress you want "Hong Shao Rou".

      In November 2014 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video.

      In Feb 2021 I explained the takeout version of this dish 26 minutes after it's cooked in the video

      On March 27th 2021, I explained this dine-in version in video

    • Sweet and sour pork ribs (Táng Cù Pái Gǔ)

      $13,99

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      Ingredients: pork ribs
      Owner's words:
      I really like this one, the flavor is rich and perfect if you don't mind it's sweet. The meat is very tender and really easy to come off the short ribs. By the way, it's not spicy. recommend this.

      On April 23 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Sweet and spicy pork strips (Yú Xiāng Ròu Sī)

      $12,99

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      Ingredients: pork, wood ear, bamboo shoots, green peppers, red peppers
      Owner's words:
      This is the number one choice dish ordered by Chinese customers across whole China according to an Internet survey and I totally believe that. When I was China and went to a restaurant, I always ordered this dish. It's so popular that it has so many different versions in China. Since I have so high expection on this dish, I am not a huge fan for our version to be honest. But don't get me wrong, the plate at our restaurant is very tasty too, it's just different from those where I went to university.

      In March 2021, I test tasted the takeout version of this dish 44 minutes after it's cooked, here is the link

      On March 22nd 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in this video, here is the link

       

    • Pork with pickled vegetables (méi cài kòu ròu)

      13.99

      This dish was taken off from the online menu for several months during the pandemic.

      It was always available on the paper menu inside the restaurant.

      It's made with pork belly slices and prickled vegetables. It looks fatty but no so when you taste it.

      On May 15 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Stir-fried pork intestine (jiān jiāo féi cháng )

      14.99

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      Owner's comments:
      Personally, I don't like plates with intestines and I tried not to eat them until we opened a new restaurant in Montreal downtown, so many people ask about this. As a business owner, sometimes you have to do something you may not like to do, kidding, I like this plate, recommend it even though I won't eat it often.
      PS. after having it several times, I really like this one. It's one of my new favorites now. If you don't try you never know what you have missed.

      On March 30 2021 I explained the dine-in version of this dish in this video

    • Spare ribs with bamboo shoots (sǔn gān pái gǔ)

      14.99

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      Owner's Comments:
      We have a very popular dish called "sweet and sour spare ribs". Our customers still demand for more dishes of spare ribs. We come up with a light flavored version with bamboo shoots. It becomes a popular item right away I guess not everybody wants heavy flavors as myself. Spicy, sugary, soy sauce, vinega, I want to have them all together.
      Also customers tell me there is very little dry bamboo shoots in this plate and I agree. But you never know how expensive those dry bamboo shoots are, I guess its presence is only for its flavor and naming purpose.

      On May 9 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Braised pork neck bone (jiàng dà gǔ)

      19.99

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      Owner's comments:
      A lot of people love this dish, very delicious. In Chinese, we say meat on bones tastes better. To enjoy this, you need to get your hands dirty. Good thing is that we provide one-use gloves and the bones are every easy to tear apart so we won't leave any small piece of meat.

      On May 13 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Spicy diced chicken (Là Zǐ Jī Dīng)

      $13,99

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      Owner's words:
      This is one of my favorites. The chicken is crispy outside and moisture inside with really spicy taste. It really shows how well our chefs master the temperature of the wok. I am really proud we have this dish done so well. I personally tried the same dish at many different Chinese restaurant in Montreal, I really believe we have the best.
      Warning: very spicy, chicken bones.
      One of most critical skills of Chinese cook is "Huo Hou"(my translation is the mastery of temperature and timing).

      Ingredients: chicken, red chili,

      In November 2014, our customer and waitress explained this dish in this video.

      In March 2021, I test tasted this dish 53 minutes after it's cook, here is the video link

      On March 15th 2021, I explained this dish in a long video, here is the link

    • Dry wok chicken(gàn guō jī)

      $13.99

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      Owner's words:
      You most probably would like this one if you like Spicy diced chicken, with bones, very spicy. You get some bonus of celeries and garlic cloves that have been dry heated from the hot casserole, they are delicious. Every time I would finish all of them. But don't eat the ginger though, I saw some folks eating the big ginger pieces, ouch.

      On May 8 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

       

    • Kung pao chicken (Gōng Bǎo Jī Dīng)

      $12,99

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      Ingredients: chicken, cucumber, green peppers, red peppers, peanuts
      Owner's words:
      Kung Pao chicken is very well known not only in China but all over the world. There are so many versions of this dish as well. Our version has good amount of flavors from soy sauce, chili paste, fava bean paste, garlic, vinegar, sugar. Also we put some roasted peanuts on top. So far we get mixed feedbacks about this dish, most people love it while some may think it not authentic enough.

      In November 2014, our customer and waitress explained this dish in this video.

      In March 2021, I test tasted the takeout version of this dish 26 minutes after it's cooked, here is the link

      On March 28th 2021, I explained this dish in this video.

    • Three-Cup Chicken (sān bēi jī)

      $13.99

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      Owner's words:
      This dish is from Taiwan. If you are ok with chicken bones you probably would love this one. Really tasty, flavor from soy sauce and cooking wine. By the way, this one is not spicy at all.
      This one is on my top 10 list.

      On April 26 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Mapo Tofu (Má Pó Dòu Fǔ)

      $11,99

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      Ingredients: tofu, beef, parsley

      Owner's words:;
      MaPo Tofu is a very well known dish in China. If you like really spicy food you always want to try this one. There are little bit beef in the dish.

      In October 2014 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      In March 2021, I test tasted the takeout version of  this dish 64 minutes after it's cooked, this is the video link

      On April 25 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Seafood & Tofu wok (bā zhēn dòu fǔ bāo)

      $15.99

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      Owner's words:
      This plate is very popular in our restaurant for those who want some food not spicy. It has chicken, squid, shrimp, fried Tofu and some vegetable in a sizzling iron bowl.
      You won't get disappointed with this one.

      On May 10 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Sichuan Spicy Pot (Má Là Xiāng Guō )

      $17,99

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      Owner's words:
      This plate is really spicy and very tasty too. You may experience the numbness of your lips from Sichuan peppercorn.
      When you feel like some crazy spicy food, you can try this one.
      It has pork, chicken, quid in it.

      On May 7 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

       

    • Lamb Hot Pot (yáng ròu guō)

      $23.99

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      Owner's words:
      So far, this plate is the most successful one at Cuisine AuntDai.
      The flavors are perfectly balanced and the lamb is so tender and juicy.
      the over boiled radish is so delicious.
      Only good for those who don't care about the lamb bones.

      In May 2015 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      On May 25 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Spicy shrimps (Xiāng Là Xiā)

      $13,99

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      Owner's words:
      Don't be fooled by the name, it's not very spicy, maximum medium spicy. It's very tasty but with relatively small potion the reason is that the big shrimp is very expensive.

      In October 2014 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      On April 30 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

       

    • Salt and pepper shrimps (Jiāo Yán Xiā)

      $13,99

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      Owner's words:
      This dish is very popular among all customers especially those who don't eat too much real authentic Chinese food, this one is like the step stone for the real Chinese food lover.
      Also this one is not spicy at all which I guess is the main reason it's accepted so widely.
      Again the potion is not big cause of the price of the big shrimps.

      In October 2014 our customer and waitress explained this dish in the video

      On April 29 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Fish fillets with tomato sauce (Qié Zhī Yú Piàn)

      12.99

      063
      Owner's words:
      As the name indicates, it's mainly fish fillets and tomato sauce, like pasta with tomato sauce, it's a safe choice.
      No bones in the fish, if you like some good flavors with small fried fish fillet.
      It's kind of sweet.

      On May 1 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video.

    • Salt and pepper fish fillets (Jiāo Yán Yú Piàn )

      12.99

      064

      Owner's words:
      The flavor is like crispy shrimp.
      You don't have to deal with shrimp shells with this one.
      It's all fish meat.

      In March 2021, I test tasted this dish 30 minutes after it's cooked, here is the video link

      On April 24 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Spicy fish fillets (Xiāng Là Yú Piàn )

      12.99

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      Owner's words:
      The flavor is like spicy shrimp.
      You don't have to deal with shrimp tails with this one.
      It's all fish meat.

      On April 27 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Poached fish slices in chili oil (Shuǐ Zhǔ Yú Piàn)

      $14.99

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      Owner's words:
      This one is very popular among Chinese population.
      I really crave this one whenever I have the chance.
      In China, we most probably will use the fresh fish but due to the extreme high price, we can only use the frozen fish fillet. Anyway, it tastes good but be careful it's very spicy.
      Also, don't leave the bean sprouts,they are tasty.

      On May 14 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Grilled Calamari (tiě bǎn yóu yú)

      $13.99

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      Owner's words:
      Squid with strong flavor from Satay sauce on an iron hot plate.
      It's a good plate and most importantly, it gives those who like squid a good choice. We don't have a lot of seafood dishes at Cuisine AuntDai after all.

      On May 12 2021, I explained the dine-in version of this dish in the video

    • Desserts (Tián Pǐn)

    • Deep fried ice cream (Yóu Zhà Bīng Jī Líng)

      $3,99

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      Owner's comments:
      This is a must-try item when you eat inside at our place. Unfortunately this one is not OK for takeout since all ice cream melts, right?

    • Drinks (Yǐn Pǐn)

    • Tea (Chá)

      $1,99
    • Coke (Kě Lè)

      $1,99

      Soda (can) $1,99
      Soda (bottle) $2,99