Chinese Treasure

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Time Out Says

Hidden up a flight of stairs, above the former Cyclone nightclub, finding this restaurant feels like quite an achievement. The reward is an old-school, tiredly-decorated room that attracts a steady trade, and has all the promise of buried treasure. Sadly, it’s not a promise it keeps.

There’s nothing gleaming or gold about this restaurant. Nor is there much authentic, or enjoyable, about the food it serves. While some of the starters satisfy basic needs, the mains are primarily an unappetising mash of cheap ingredients lathered in gloopy, artificial sauces. And the service fares no better, with staff failing to bring entire orders and ignoring simple requests for cutlery. All in all, dining at Chinese Treasure is about as disappointing as digging up a heavy pirates’ chest, only to finally crack the lock and find the whole chest loaded with lead.

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 20 Apr 2014

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Details

Payment OptionsCash, Credit Card
CuisinesChinese
Dress CodeCasuals
Show number +971 4 336 2525
Dubai, Oud Metha, Al Nasr Leisureland
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