The First & Finest Chinese Restaurant in Sheffield

Specialising in Dim Sum and Szechuanese cooking, we are most popular with the local Chinese community and the adventurous foodies, in Sheffield.

Open every day, 7 days a week, 12pm - 12am. Including Bank Holidays. Closed Christmas and Boxing Day Only.


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Where to Find Us

55, The Moor, Sheffield, S1 4PF

We are situated in the Heart of Sheffield city centre, on the main pedestrianised shopping precinct; The Moor.  If you wish to park, there is an NCP carpark at the back of our restaurant on Earl Way, where you can safely leave your car and come through to our restaurant around the back.

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Main Dishes



鐵板菜 Sizzling Dishes

If you like your dishes full of flavour and aroma, then take a look at our range of sizzling dishes. Sizzling dishes are made by burning a cast iron skillet pan until it is red hot, before stir-frying the dish onto the iron plate. This create a smoky aromatic flavour to the dish, not to mention the wonderful theatre that is to receive a sizzling hot plate to your table.


牛柳卷 Fillet Steak Roll

Slices of beef fillet rolled with king prawn, marinated &

cooked in a Cantonese sweet fruity sauce  £10.20


黑椒/中式牛柳  Fillet Steak

Fillet steak slices, cooked in a black pepper sauce or

Cantonese sweet fruity sauce  £9.20


Drunken Beef

Sliced of Beef fillet in marinated in port, stir-fried with celery  £9.20


鐵板羊肉 Sizzling Lamb

Lean cut of lamb stir-fried with green peppers and

 black bean sauce  £7.50


豉汁海鮮 Mixed Seafood Plate

A luxurious mix of prawns, squid, scallop and in black

sauce; a classic Cantonese dish   £8.20


沙嗲大蝦 Satay King Prawns

Juicy king prawns with onions, green peppers cooked in a

 thick satay sauce  £7.90


薑蔥雞蝦 Chicken and Prawns in Ginger & Onion

The sauce is made with a white wine based ginger and

onion sauce  £7.60


京都雞 Chicken in Peking Fruity Sauce

Marinated chicken cooked in a Peking fruity sauce  £7.30


四川雞柳 Szechuan-Style Chicken

Stir-fried Chicken with finely chopped vegetables,

cooked in a hot garlic sauce  £7.30


鴨肉  Duck

The aromatic crispy duck, is probably the most iconic ‘Chinese’ dish in the UK but is relatively unknown in China, as it is a deep-fried version of the Peking Duck. Its huge popularity has earned itself a place as a genuine, authentic Chinese classic.  It is one of our most popular dishes on the menu.


Peking Duck, despite its name, did not actually originate from Peking or indeed from China! Its roots lay in Mongolia. However, the popularity of this dish in China in the last 200 years means it has become a Chinese Classic.  The skill required to roast a Peking duck is thought to be extremely technical – the duck is initially hung for days  to loosen the skin from the meat and roasted over flames to produce a duck with the crispest of skins. Years of training is required to master this skill.


鴨 Crispy Aromatic Duck

Served traditionally with pancakes, spring onions, cucumber and hoi sin sauce

 - Whole   £30.00

 - Half  £17.60 

 - Quarter  £9.00


雙冬鴨片 Braised Duck

Slices of succulent duck, cooked with bamboo shoots

and Chinese mushrooms  £7.20


梅子鴨 Plum Duck

Juicy duck pieces cooked in a fruity plum sauce   £7.20


燒鴨 Cantonese Roast Duck

Traditional roast duck, the Cantonese way  £7.20


薑蔥鴨絲 Shredded duck with ginger & spring onions

Lightly stir fried slivers of duck with a thick fragrant sauce  £7.20


百花鴨 Zing Vaa Duckling

The duck is stuffed with marinated minced prawns,

deep-fried and then served with an oyster sauce.   £9.20


泰式紅咖哩鴨 Thai Red Duck Curry

Duck breast slices with pineapple and vegetables   £7.80


露筍燒鴨胸 Stir Fried Duck with Asparagus

Duck breast slices and asparagus in an oyster sauce   £7.80


海鮮 Seafood


It comes as no surprise that the Chinese are extremely selective about the fish they eat, considering the wide choice they have with a long coastline and one of the longest rivers in the world being present in China. Freshwater and sea water fishes are therefore equally enjoyed.


Steaming is perhaps the most popular style of cooking as it preserves the natural sweetness and the true flavours of the fish.


However, there are occasions where steaming is incompatible with the texture of some fish. There is therefore a popular alternative preparation of pan-frying and then pouring over a sauce of vegetables and seafood.


 雀巢四川蝦 Szechuan-style King Prawns in a Bird’s Nest

King prawns stir fried with finely chopped vegetables in

a hot garlic sauce  £8.20


宮保蝦 Kung Po Chilli Prawns

Stir-fried King Prawns with garlic and chilli sauce   £7.80


蠔油蝦 King Prawns with Vegetables in Oyster Sauce

Stir fried with Oyster Sauce  £7.80 

豉椒蝦 Stir fried King Prawns with Green peppers

In black bean sauce with chilli   £7.80


腰果蝦 King Prawns with Cashew nuts

Stir-fried with bamboo shoots and water chestnuts  £7.80


甜酸 Sweet and Sour King Prawns   £7.80


露筍大蝦 King Prawns with Asparagus

Stir-fried with a hint of oyster sauce  £8.10


五柳魚塊 Five Willows Fish Fillet stir-fry

Fish pieces are lightly coated in batter, deep fried and cooked   £7.50

with a sweet and sour sauce


京都魚柳 Fish Fillets in Fruity Sauce

Fish pieces lightly coated in batter, deep-fried and cooked

with a combination of Cantonese and Peking Sauce  £7.50


帶子蝦球 Scallops and King Prawn Stir-Fry

with mixed vegetables in an oyster sauce  £8.50






雞肉 Chicken


The Phoenix, the mythological symbol of royalty and feminine beauty is represented in Chinese food by the Chicken. With this symbolic relation, chicken therefore plays a strong role in celebratory meals and festivities.


Chicken is invariably present at events like weddings, birthdays and always when a guest is invited to someone’s home.


龍鳳彩珠 Phoenix & Dragon

A traditional classic combination of chicken and king prawns

with cashew nuts, bamboo shoots and water chestnuts  £7.20


紫蘿 Chicken and Pineapple Stir Fry

Stir fried chicken with pineapple pieces and pickled

ginger roots  £6.80


醬泡腰果雞 Chicken with Cashew Stir Fry

Stir fired toasted cashew nuts with chicken, bamboo shoots

 and water chestnuts  £6.80


宮保雞 Kung Po Chilli Chicken

Stir fried chicken with chillies and garlic, a Szechuanese classic  £6.80


蠔油雞 Chicken in Oyster Sauce

A mild chicken dish with mixed vegetables and an oyster sauce  £6.80


豉椒雞 Stir fried Chicken with Green peppers

In black bean sauce and chilli  £6.80


雙冬雞 Mushroom and Chicken stir-fry

Chinese mushrooms, bamboo shoots and water chestnuts  £6.80


檸檬雞片 Lemon Chicken

Chicken breast is lightly battered, deep fried and served with a

Zesty lemon sauce  £6.80


甜酸雞 Sweet and Sour Chicken

A Classic dish, lightly battered chicken pieces is served

with a fruity sweet and sour sauce  £6.80


干炒雞絲 Chilli Shredded Chicken

Crispy shredded chicken is stir fried with chilli and garlic  £6.80


Chicken in Fruity Sauce   £7.20


四川 Chicken Szechuan Style

with chopped vegetables in a light Garlic Hot Sauce    £7.20


牛肉 Beef



Red meats have always held the highest rank in the hierarchy of meats in Chinese cuisine. This can be traced back in history where only the feudal lords were give the prerogative to order the slaughtering of cows and lamb was available to the disposal of the Ministers of State, only. The exclusivity of beef can be attributed to the larger amounts of land required to graze cattle in comparison to pigs . Beef is most popular in the cooler climes of Northern China.



鹹菜牛柳絲 Beef Fillets in a Black Bean Sauce

Beef fillets are stir fried with pickled cabbage in a

Black bean sauce  £8.80


蜜椒牛柳 Honey Beef Fillet in Black Bean and Pepper Sauce

A mouth-watering fillet stir-fry with green peppers

and black pepper sauce, with a hint of honey sweetness  £8.80


豉椒牛肉 Stir Fried Spicy Beef

With green peppers, black bean sauce with chilli  £6.80


蠔油牛肉 Beef in Oyster Sauce

With mixed vegetables   £6.80


麻婆豆腐  Ma Po Tofu

Stir Fried Tofu and finely chopped beef with Chinese

pickles and chilli sauce, an appetising comfort dish  £6.80


宮保牛 Kung Po Chilli Beef

A Szechuanese special; slices of beef are stir fried   £6.80


薑蔥牛 Beef slices in Ginger and Spring Onions

with fresh ginger and spring onion fragrant sauce  £6.80


干炒牛肉絲 Chilli Shredded Beef

Deep fried Shredded Beef with chilli  £6.80



豬肉 Pork  

Pork is undoubtedly the most widely eaten meat in Chinese cuisine, with recipes using pork outnumbering those of any other meat. So commonly eaten is pork, that the Chinese word for meat and the word for pork is often used interchangeably. Here we have highlighted the most popular ways of pork in Cantonese cuisine; roasting it. The Char Siu pork is a honey roasted pork loin that is crispy and slightly char-grilled on the outside but juicy on the inside. It is eaten best in stir-fries, inside buns, or simply on its own with some soy sauce and some rice.  The thick yellow curry, with a creamy, satay consistency served here, is said to have descended from Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine, and then introduced to China by the Hong Kong Cantonese, with huge success.  


甜酸 Sweet and Sour Pork   £6.80


甜酸什 Sweet and Sour Delight

Chicken, pork and king prawns in a sweet and sour sauce  £7.10


叉燒 Char Siu Cantonese Roast Pork  £6.80


豉椒叉燒 Char Siu Stir-Fried with Green peppers

Served in a Black bean sauce with chilli  £6.80


八珍豆腐 Tofu Hotpot

Deep fried tofu cooked with mixed meats &vegetables,

served in a tradition clay hot pot  £7.20


 咖哩 Curry



咖哩蝦 King Prawn Curry   £7.80


咖哩雞 Chicken Curry  £6.80


咖哩牛肉 Beef Curry  £6.80


咖哩   Curry Delight

A Mix of Chicken, King Prawn and Char Siu Pork Curry  £7.20