Chez Mayflower

★★★★☆
  • 416 Barber Ln

    Milpitas, CA 95035

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  • 408-894-9171

About Chez Mayflower

Hours
Sun - Thu, 11am - 10:30pm; Fri - Sat, 11am - midnight

Food

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Food is quick if you don't want to wait in the mall. Good basic Chinese menu for noodles and noodle soups. Simple but lots of variety. Not on the cheaper end of the Chinese food re: price but just average.

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★★★☆☆

Food is quick if you don't want to wait in the mall. Good basic Chinese menu for noodles and noodle soups. Simple but lots of variety. Not on the cheaper end of the Chinese food re: price but just average.

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We were pleasantly greeted and seated by the hostess, recieving her full attention in the quiet, empty restaurant. Glasses of hot tea were brought to the table as we perused the extensive menu.

-Scrambled Egg & Beef Chow Fun-
Pretty hefty portion of loosely cooked scrambled eggs with ribbons of browned beef, atop a pile of starchy, glutenous flat noodle. Mmmmm.

-Seared Pak Khwang Tung-
A heeping plate of pan fried chinese mustard greens. Lightly salted, the blooms are a lil bitter, but the stems are delectably crunchy and juicy. Mmmmm.

-Fried Pork Chops-
Fair amount of deep fried bad-for-you fatty pork. Lackluster on its own, but takes on and compliments the potent rice vinegar we drizzled over it.

-Duck Egg Noodle Soup-
On the smallish side, and the broth a little bland. But the rich rich duck compensates...

-Mango Pudding-
Very very faint in sweetness, made only somehwat richer by a teaspoon of heavy cream(?). Evidently pre-made and stored (for too long, IMO).

Total for appeasing three appetites, with plenty of leftovers... $30-someodd.

With well over a hundred items on the menu (some Singaporean variations), I'd go back for more. I wouldn't seek it out, but wouldnt mind trying a few more dishes...

3
★★★☆☆

We were pleasantly greeted and seated by the hostess, recieving her full attention in the quiet, empty restaurant. Glasses of hot tea were brought to the table as we perused the extensive menu.

-Scrambled Egg & Beef Chow Fun-
Pretty hefty portion of loosely cooked scrambled eggs with ribbons of browned beef, atop a pile of starchy, glutenous flat noodle. Mmmmm.

-Seared Pak Khwang Tung-
A heeping plate of pan fried chinese mustard greens. Lightly salted, the blooms are a lil bitter, but the stems are delectably crunchy and juicy. Mmmmm.

-Fried Pork Chops-
Fair amount of deep fried bad-for-you fatty pork. Lackluster on its own, but takes on and compliments the potent rice vinegar we drizzled over it.

-Duck Egg Noodle Soup-
On the smallish side, and the broth a little bland. But the rich rich duck compensates...

-Mango Pudding-
Very very faint in sweetness, made only somehwat richer by a teaspoon of heavy cream(?). Evidently pre-made and stored (for too long, IMO).

Total for appeasing three appetites, with plenty of leftovers... $30-someodd.

With well over a hundred items on the menu (some Singaporean variations), I'd go back for more. I wouldn't seek it out, but wouldnt mind trying a few more dishes...

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Since our Chinese friends took us here, we respect the place as authentic. The jellyfish was surprisingly delicious and the huge variety of fish and seafood laid out was impressive and good. If you like trying the real thing, head on over to Mayflower. It's quite large inside and crowded, but aesthetic and nice to kids, too.

4
★★★★☆

Since our Chinese friends took us here, we respect the place as authentic. The jellyfish was surprisingly delicious and the huge variety of fish and seafood laid out was impressive and good. If you like trying the real thing, head on over to Mayflower. It's quite large inside and crowded, but aesthetic and nice to kids, too.

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10am Saturday morning is the best time to enjoy those hot, juicy, delicious dim sum when they are fresh out. Other times include 1:30pm on weekdays (it's so crowded at lunchtime, you'll have to wait like half hour to get a table).

PROS: Good Food
CONS: Crowded & noisy

5
★★★★★

10am Saturday morning is the best time to enjoy those hot, juicy, delicious dim sum when they are fresh out. Other times include 1:30pm on weekdays (it's so crowded at lunchtime, you'll have to wait like half hour to get a table).

PROS: Good Food
CONS: Crowded & noisy

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