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Posted by suzi on 10/15/2013
foods were some what ok, fried squids extremely dried/chewy, and the cheapest quality. Most of the foods circulates around the restaurant several times before landing on a guests table. if you want something to drink, you better make to put your orders in when being seated otherwise, I wish you luck in flagging a server down. servers will not proactively come back to see how you are doing. I remember asking for a bowl of what rice... i took almost 15mint to get it and that is with 2-3x reminding the server. well, the server apologize and said she was too busy. Don't forget to tip servers for the poor service because they'll come out running after you asking for the their tip. I felt bad for the service running after, I gave him $10.00 to save him some embarrassment. I dont recommend this place...
Posted by Reis on 12/03/2010
best in Philly.
Posted by amy on 03/26/2010
It is a great place to find authentic plates. However, the restaurant is always overcrowded while services is so disappointed.
Posted by pyatachok on 02/20/2008
Tried this restaurant over the weekend. The food is bland, barely warm and mediocre. The service is not attentive. It was a dissapointment. After the closing of Lakeside Deli Cafe Philadelphia lost the dim sum appeal for me.
Posted by Helen on 08/28/2007
This place is busy with people and mobile dim sum carts! My picky son even craves dim sum at the Ocean Harbor, so you know it's good and fun. You'll see a good mix of Chinese (which shows that the food is authentic) and Americans (which shows that it's pretty safe and friendly). If you're looking for a little bit of fun and a variety of what I call little dumplings, try dim sum!
Posted by p0ppintagz on 02/12/2007
When I come home to visit my parents, I always stop by here for some good Chinese dinner. This is one of the best place to dine at in Chinatown. Their guang dong pork chop, walnut shrimp, scallion/garlic lobsters, and jellyfishes are terriffic.
Posted by O.K. Dim Sum on 01/03/2007
I'm half Chinese and moved from Chicago to Hartford a little over a year ago. Unlike Chicago, Hartford does not have a Chinatown and I miss having a variety of excellent Chinese restaurants from which to choose. Therefore, whenever we travel to a major city, we now have at least one meal in Chinatown. Ocean Harbor came highly recommended to us by a couple of locals for dim sum, but we found it to be only very average in terms of quality. Although it had 90 percent of the selection we like, including beef tendon (I'm staving off arthritis here) and tripe, everything we had was far from being the tastiest we've ever had. I even found myself wondering whether Ocean Harbor is a monosodium glutamate-free restaurant. However, given the dearth of Chinese food where we live, I must admit that I would be thrilled if Ocean Harbor were located in Hartford.