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141 Spadina Ave #205, Toronto, ON M5V 2K8, Canada

(416) 412-3930

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Martial Arts Kung Fu In-home personal training or group classes, Tai Chi workshops in Toronto and GTA. Maximize your power with proper body mechanics and leverage ...

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Kin Sze is a gifted teacher. After 20 + years in the martial arts, I am able to discern between those who pretend, and those who walk the walk. Kin is strong and capable, has produced many top students in Choy Lay Fut, and has a tremendous ability to combine both traditional and modern training methods. He is also a very generous man, helping out the special needs community by allowing us to rent his space. He walks the life of a martial artist and I cannot recommend his school enough.

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I've been practicing with Sifu Kin for the past 3 months and I absolutely love it. His understanding of the human anatomy is a key factor to why his teaching is so effective. I've learned a lot in a relatively short period of time and I already see a big difference in my body and my practice. If you're thinking about it, don't waste your time, and just go for it.

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I've only been a part of the Bamboo Kung Fu community for a couple of months, but I've already noticed a significant improvement in my flexibility, posture (what you learn strengthens your core and your back like you wouldn't believe!), cardio, and overall fitness & health. Our Sifu, Kin Sze, has a deep understanding of human anatomy, and takes time to make sure his students understand and appreciate the physics behind each technique. If you want a better understanding of the martial arts / kung fu techniques you're learning (more than you would at most "boxercise" or kickboxing gyms), this is definitely where you want to be! The best part of Bamboo Kung Fu, though, is that it's very welcoming and community driven. You train and learn with others as much as you train and learn from Sifu Kin. If you're serious about practicing martial arts in Toronto, I would 100% recommend Bamboo Kung Fu.

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I saw Bamboo Kung Fu on Groupon and have been going twice a week for the last month. I really enjoy the classes they are varied with stretching, core, and comat. Drew is a great instructor and tries to give 1:1 feedback as often as he can. I will definitely continue my membership after the Groupon.

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I have been going here for 3 months and Bamboo Kung Fu is great! Prior to this I had never done any sort of martial arts. However, the instruction and community there has been very supportive and encouraging. From others I have spoken to about my experience there, and my own impression, Bamboo Kung Fu is the real deal. Convenient location down-town Toronto has been a huge plus for me and I have been able to fit 3 classes a week into my busy schedule.

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Bamboo Kung Fu is an environment where you can hone your body- or at least prevent it from stiffening up after sitting at your day job. Each class is an opportunity to learn something new, and the energy boosts are immense. An excellent way to keep fit and healthy!

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Very welcoming and open environment. Training based in practical applications and with a strong understanding of body mechanics. Great work out, skill building and overall learning.

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5
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I've been attending the kickboxing classes for around 4 months now. Fantastic little studio, small classes mean plenty of individual attention to help everyone reach their full potential. Drew is a welcoming, positive and professional teacher.

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I've been going to this school for almost 3 years now and I've loved every minute of it. Sifu Kin Sze is an amazing teacher who is passionate about sharing the martial art known as Choi Lee Fut. You can see it every day when he teaches his students. During the classes he takes the time to explain why you doing each technique and when you can apply it. Showing that Kung Fu is real and how you could also apply it in a real world situation. It is a laid back atmosphere, but Sifu Kin Sze and the students know when to get serious and get to work. A few times a year we'll have parties (sometimes karaoke :P ) just to have a little fun outside of class. For all these reasons and more, I honestly believe this is one of the best Kung Fu / Martial Arts schools in Toronto.

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Bamboo Kung Fu is a great place to physically and maybe even mentally improve yourself while learning a form of martial arts. You can learn a lot from Sifu Kin Sze who is very knowledgeable when it comes to Kung fu and the human body. I have been training here for about 10 months and I have improved my strength, flexibility, learned the basic form and got to train with some pretty cool people. No matter who you are Bamboo Kung Fu offers a friendly environment to learn Kung fu and get in shape or become stronger.

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Bamboo Kungfu has helped me in a lot of ways. It has given me strength, speed, flexibility and most of all, confidence. I joined Bamboo Kungfu because I wanted to learn a Martial Art to be able to defend myself in violent situations. This was very important because I don't live in the best neighbourhood (Scarborough). To my surprise, I found Bamboo Kungfu, a school that teaches Choy Lee Fut Kungfu which is a traditional Chinese Martial Arts. I was overjoyed when I found out that my Sifu (teacher) is none other than Kin Sze, who has a ton of experience under his belt!Also, the school is located so conveniently that it takes me a 7 minute drive to get to class! At Bamboo Kungfu, I learned so many amazing techniques that don't just look good, they actually work! I found that each move is actually lethal, even the blocks. I am surrounded by people who share my passion for Kungfu which certainly helps me in my training. The skills and confidence that I have gained are invaluable. I find that there are two things that must be done when joining a school: 1. Find the right teacher 2. Practice I accomplished both of them by studying under Sifu Kin Sze, who motivates me to practice and continue my learning in this ever-learning art. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to gain confidence, power, and improve their physique, all while having fun!

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You actually learn good moves and have great fun during each and every class. If you wanna learn martial arts this is a great place to go, its safe and friendly place to learn filled with awesome people. People of all sizes can learn and learn specifically how to use there size to there advantage, most place will only teach you general stuff Bamboo will teach how to properly how to maximize your bodies strength.

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Bamboo Kung Fu helped create a physical goal that appeared achievable, and helped me realize I am capable of much more than I give myself credit. I had attempted to learn a series of different martial arts styles from several different venues. Most did not understand the foundations of their own studies enough to teach students in a unique enough way to adhere to the individual needs. At Bamboo my personal abilities are challenged everyday, not the unreal goals set by martial arts movies and televised fighting competitions. Since my first day training with Si Fu Kin Sze I've felt comfortable. I have taken with me not only physical superiority, but a better understanding of myself. I look forward to training here for a very long time.

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I have studied in a few different schools, under various techers, but none has ever come close to sifu! The class here is real friendly, and really a great training and learning environment. I love it here!

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Recently opened near my work. The ordering via an iPad concept is a fun gimmick but when it comes to the food it is good but not excellent and perhaps a bit overpriced for what it is. Would give it another go.

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I like this place. Food is tasty and comes out quickly even when the place is packed. You order via iPads just inside the door then go to the counter and pay. Once your little buzzer goes off you collect inside. If there is a big queue, there are more iPads inside by the counter where you collect your food. Good for a reasonably quick lunch, share a few dishes or grab a big bowl of noodles.

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Love the modern way of ordering through the iPad as well as various food that they have. They have a panda club which can earn customers some freebies if they purchase food above$15 or so. Location was easily accessible from anywhere and very close from the Perth underground train station.

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Not bad... But not great. The iPad ordering is a nice novelty, but ultimately the process was clumsy with half the order being ready, and a waitress then trying to find us to deliver the rest. The food was just ok. If you want this type of food venture down to William st and go to an authentic restaurant!

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The best things about Bam Bam Boo are the low prices and the super-fast touch screen order system. Unfortunately, these two positives don't outweigh the lacklustre quality of the meals. While everything tastes ok, you can find many better Yum Cha and Cantonese options nearby. My advice is give Bam Bam Boo a miss and head across to Northbridge for a more authentic and tastier meal.

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Food is phenomenal and it takes very little time to get it. Love the atmosphere and the option to check out their menu with high quality picture on their in-store iPads. We had dinner there twice and both times we were absolutely happy with the food and the big portion sizes. The smoked duck on the bone was one of my favourites. I would definitely recommend BamBamBoo for anyone having a craving for chinese food.

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Unusual with its iPad ordering system and txt message counter self pickup, but really good food. All made on site, you can watch the kitchen through purpose windows. Wonton noodle soup was fantastic and fried tofu delicious. Recommend for a quick no fuss lunch.

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Can I just say... I LOVE DIM SUM!!!! Fried... steamed... seafood ... meat I love it all!!!! SO when the fiance said dim sum for lunch ... I WAS EXCITED. ... Now instead of going over to Northbridge and playing in all the yummy dim sums I have come to know and love.. she suggested we try somewhere new!!!! ...and here we are!!!! Not being adverse to change, and loving new places to eat I went in to bam bam boo all giddy with anticipation... BUT I found that by removing the carts and replacing them with ipads took away the enjoyment and advebture of ordering and choosing the foods.... The process, once we worked it out was fine... getting a clean table was trying and difficult... The food... meh! !! I found the menu was limited compared to what I am used to... and the quality of food received was very average at best... The Singapore noodles lacked flavor and very dry. The Pork Ribs and Belly were yummy... but I wouldn't say they blew my socks off... Maybe the whole concept of bam bam boo is lost on me... I am not a time poor office warrior who wants to quickly devour some easy dim sum... I savour dim sum and all its characteristics. ... The pushy waitress offering steamed dishes... The trays of food being offered. .. Some traditional and some not so traditional. ... waitress pushing watermelon juice to me 10 times throughout the meal... and then the angry owner who wants me out once I stop eating so they can resell the table!!!!! That is dim sum... and unfortunately, that is not bam bam boo!!!!!

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Nice modern looking lunch spot in globe lane. Staff are helpful and you place orders through iPads at the counter. I got the beef noodles. The noodles were nice and the broth was made better with the addition of chilli oil. The beef however was a very poor cut and quality with loads of fat. Couldn't eat half of it. Could have just been a poor choice on my part. Will probably come back to try some dumplings. But won't be rushing.

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Really love the setting with the enormously high artwork ceiling (one might even refer to it as the glass ceiling?) and the easy shared table thing happening. Self serve hot, cold and fizzy water means you can refill your tea pot at your leisure and have as many bubbles as you want. My mates conducted the iPad ordering for our group and they came up with the goods. Radish cakes my pick of the day!

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Okay ... After reading all the reviews I thought this place was going to be amazing ... it was good, but I won't be rushing back, it was extremely crowded, and I found the menu to be less fulfilling than normal dim sum ... not enough seafood on the menu, I like my prawns, squid and soft shell crab. There were a couple of prawn dishes but not enough choice for me. We had the Jiang Nan Pork Rib, and the Pork Belly, these were definite highlights for me. The pork rib was sticky and yummy, the pork belly looked fatty but didn't taste fatty, and had a delicious taste. The Deep Fried Prawn and Char Siew Bao (bbq pork buns) were exactly like any other dim sum, pleasant, and exactly what you expect. The Singapore Noodle was a low point in the meal, noodles overcooked (broken up into little pieces of noodle) and very bland, no real flavor. For me, next time i craved dim sum, if I had the time I would cross the bridge into Northbridge, and have the full experience. But if your on your lunch break and time is of the essence give it a go, the ipads are a novel way to order as well :)

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Love the iPad ordering system, It's so fast and efficient. Food comes out quickly too. Don't forget to order the Xiao long baos, squid tentacles and chilli dumpling soup. Also there are additional sauces and chilli oil you can dip all your delicious dumplings in. If you sign up for their rewards program they have monthly discounts and savings.

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I am going to keep with the trend here, the food here is delicious and very very reasonably priced. The chive puffs were my favourite. The Jiajiang was very fresh and tasty and not oily which is great as it can be in lots of places. In face everything seemed really fresh, all the fillings in the dumplings were recognisable and melt in your mouth. I didn't see any drinking water available which is the only reason BamBamBoo lost a star but I could be corrected on this. The portions are good so bring a friend and try as much as you can. I hope the prices don't increase if they get a liquor license. I can't wait to make this a local spot.

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This place is great if ur in a rush to get food. Self order on the iPads and pay, food is normally on ur table less than 5 mins later. Pretty cheap and taste good and FRESH. Range of seating options for all dining occasion. Have been multiple times and plan to go back again.

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Yummo. Great dumplings. Not sure why I had to give my mobile number to place an order but whatever. Def worth a visit.

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Dumpling House or Dim Sum? We popped in here on the second night after opening to try out hand at several of the dishes on offer as there was a 50% off deal across the full menu. This place seems to be doing an old idea in a more modern way. The first evidence of this being that you are required to order on ipads located opposite the tills. This isn't too hard to master but makes ordering a bit annoying as if you have a question for the staff you have to go over and get them instead of just asking directly if you were ordering in a more traditional manner. You then go up to the counter, pay for your order and go over to the collection area once your number is called or come up on the screen. A selection of cutlery, napkins and sauces for dipping are on the side also. Once your food is collected you can then find a seat (if there are any free as it seems to be quite busy) and then enjoy your meal. We ordered quite a selection that night as it was all half price so we could test a respectable portion of the menu. One thing of note whilst ordering is for every 4 main type dishes ordered you get a choice of discounted side. Running through what we sampled, the Xiao Long Bao (Shanghai Soup Dumplings and only ones on the menu) had skin on them that seemed more think than normal. The pork belly was quite tasty. The Lamb XinJiang Style seemed to lack seasoning and was very dry. The clear noodle soup failed to leave a positive impression, the Shui Jiao (pork and chive dumplings) were average, the Jian Jiao (pan fried dumplings) were quite tasty and went down well with our dipping sauce. The pork rib plum sauce was also below average. The Sichuan Chilli Steam (chicken) lived up to its name in regards to heat and was very tender and tasty (if you can take the heat!).The MYO fried rice was about on par with normal fried rice you can get anywhere. Overall the modern take on an old idea doesn't justify the hype that seems to be attached to this premise. You can go to any other Chinese dim sum place and probably have better quality food for the same price. Newer, but not better.

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I've been here a few times, both for take away and sit down dumplings - enjoyed them every time. I also liked watching the delicious little treats being made from the viewing window! iPad ordering system seems to work pretty well. Zero ambience, it feels like you're in a shopping mall eatery but all is forgiven when you taste the food. Watch out for the hot sauce, it's very tasty but it packs a real punch! :)

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New dumplings joint in the CBD. They make their own dum sum, so not the factory made stuff you get at most dim sum restaurants. Lots of seating. Right opposite Brotzeit

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Very disappointed even with the 50% off discount. It does not offer any more variety of dumplings than your standard Chinese dim sum restaurant, definitely not what I would call a dumpling house. Tried quite a few dishes but nothing stood out. Will not be returning.

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i love the way you order at bam bam boo, touch screen ipads printed out then taken to the counter to pay then grab a seat and wait. it's nice and quick. when i went there with my cousin we had a feast with the dumplings. the xiao long bao (shanghai dumplings/soup dumplings) are probably one of the better ones in perth. nice tasting broth with tender good sized meat. still doesn't beat the taste from Joe's Shanghai Dumplings in NYC or the authentic ones from Taipei and Shanghai. i felt as though some of the dumplings were frozen but they were still nice enough. they are open on weeknights and are good alternative for a quick lunch. definitely the venue to go to if you are craving dumplings for dinner and don't want to spend a bomb at some of the bars that are popping up around the place.

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Nice modern looking lunch spot in globe lane. Staff are helpful and you place orders through iPads at the counter. I got the beef noodles. The noodles were nice and the broth was made better with the addition of chilli oil. The beef however was a very poor cut and quality with loads of fat. Couldn't eat half of it. Could have just been a poor choice on my part. Will probably come back to try some dumplings. But won't be rushing.

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Love the iPad ordering system, It's so fast and efficient. Food comes out quickly too. Don't forget to order the Xiao long baos, squid tentacles and chilli dumpling soup. Also there are additional sauces and chilli oil you can dip all your delicious dumplings in. If you sign up for their rewards program they have monthly discounts and savings.

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Bam Bam Bu definitely belongs in its hip surroundings down Globe Lane at 140 William Street. It looks slick and cool and has a rather novel ordering system using tablets to select your food and text messages to let you know when it's  ready. Unfortunately, the technology was extremely frustrating for this first time customer. I like that you can see pictures of everything and you can see your order as you tap along, but sometimes I tapped (repeatedly) and there was no response. I'm not particularly patient straight after work, so this just about caused steam to blow out my ears. Moreover, I don't actually like the idea of tapping and sliding away on something heaps of other people have been touching. Some people's mobile phones have more germs on them than the average toilet seat. Blurgh. For me, the menu items are all familiar, but I can't help thinking a little description or list of ingredients accompanying each might be a good idea, particularly for people with allergies or fussy eaters. Anyway, you order at the tablet, which is also where you enter your name and phone number. You then pay behind you and go grab a seat. Finally, you collect your food from a different counter when you get a text or the number on a slip they give you is dislayed on the screen above the counter. I got jian jiao (fried dumplings), chilli shui jiao (boiled dumplings in chilli oil, garlic, soy, etc.) and a cucumber dish. Yup, I was a pig and had to waddle on out of there, but it was well worth it. The dumplings were fantastic! I say this as someone who is extremely fussy about dumpling skin. I used to live in China's Shandong Province, which is famous for it's dumplings and has spoilt me when it comes to eating dumplings in Perth. I'm a picky dumpling eater and cannot stand thin-skinned southern style dumplings. I almost fell off my chair when I had the shui jiao. The skin was really good. The jian jiao were also yummy. Sadly, the cucumber dish, which is a firm favourite of mine, was absolutely awful. I'm not being a princess here; the cucumber had been out or cut up for long enough to make it quite dry, and the sauce on it was pretty bland. To sum up, while the technology managed to get up my nose, I really like the atmosphere at Bam Bam Bu, and the dumplings make me salivate just thinking about them. I will definitely be back!

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Amazing. If you like dumplings you will love this place. We have been living in Singapore dining at Din Tai Fung and so far this is the closest to tasting like this famous food chain. The cucumber in chilli oil is fresh n chunky and our favourite are the chilli pork dumplings. I found the price to be very reasonable for perth dining. The ordering sysyem is different but modern and if i can figure it out anyone can! Yum yum yum!!!!

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I have heard so many great reviews about this place, so I had to try it out! Now a fan myself ; I will definitely return as my favourite dish is there! The pork dumplings in chilli oil and garlic sauce. The food variety is similar to 'Din Tai Fung' (a well known brand franchise for freshly made steamed dumplings) but at Bam Bam Boo, Unfortunately I felt that the steam dumplings were much tougher/doughy. When we first entered the eatery, we had no clue as to how to order. Some signage or staff member explaining would be nice. We eventually managed to suss it out anyway. I'm also not a big fan regarding the concept of order at the mini pads / pay and collect style. I can only imagine a little traffic congestion at peak times, because after you queue to 'order' , You have to queue again to 'pay' ...However, this would work well if you are going in a large group and you wanted to order and pay separately. Prices are cheap, meals are small. Modern decor, great ambiance. Free drinking water in cute paper cups available to customers.

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Bam bam boo? More like bam bam woo! This place was phenomenal! I absolutely loved it! I just wish I could eat here every literal day. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, you name it. You know, currently I am single (looking for love) but if I ever get in a relationship I promise you I would take them here for a date! But for now my cats will have to enjoy the leftovers! LOL speaking of cats, you can rest assured they don't serve any cats here. I can sleep easy tonight knowing the precious lives of those kittens are safe, and they use only other forms of meat in their food. Personally, I am a vegetarian (animals are friends not food!) so they have good veggie options for those who have higher morals then others. LOL! Just kidding. But really, ten out of ten would recommend! LOL

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Short Version: Delicious but the dim sum menu is 90% pork. I am a regular because I love dumplings & this place has plenty of those. I also love the ordering method with individual iPads & there's plenty of seats. The bad is the dim sum menu is almost entirely pork. I've tried nearly everything & I struggle to tell the difference. The vegetarian options are tasteless. What they do right they do great but they need noticeable variety.

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5
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Best dim sim I've found in Perth. Great selection and new dishes from time to time. Fair prices for good food. Busy but quick for lunches during the week.

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My friend and I happened to walk past Bambamboo and decided to eat there as the place we had in mind was actually closed. What I first noticed was that you have to use an iPad to order. I really do not see the point of it, it does not necessarily make the process any faster. Not only that but the names of each dish was written in Chinese so I had no clue what I was ordering - I had to ask my friend to translate ... Another reason I did not like this iPad business is because it totally cuts the waiter-customer relationship, which for me, is an important aspect of any restaurant. You go to a restaurant to be served, right? Well here, you have to order yourself, and you have to pick up your food as well. They basically just make the food for you ... so I find this whole process somewhat of a let-down. I barely had any contact with any of the staff, except for this one guy who, as soon as we'd stepped inside, walked right over to guide us through ordering on the iPad. At least that was nice and useful. The team they have looks quite efficient however and it seems to be a good business as there were quite a lot of people eating at the same time as my friend and I. When our food was ready we had to go and pick it up. They send you a text to let you know when your food is ready. Again, I find this whole technology-iPad-text thing unnecessary - maybe I'm just more of a conservative? Or maybe they think they'll attract more people or get better reviews because they use technology, whereas other restaurants don't? I had never really had any Cantonese food before, so I cannot really make an informed judgement on the quality of the food. We had three sets of four dumplings and it was actually surprisingly filling. They were reasonably tasty and not too dry, which was nice. We were a little confused because we did not have plates, but we noticed there were bowls available near the food pick-up space. It would have been nice to have been told ... We also had two desserts (one each) and they were quite nice. We ended up paying less than $30 for both of us, so it is quite good value for what you get. Overall, this place is reasonably nice and I would go back there. The food is nice, good value. The only downside for me is how the technological process of ordering the food through the iPad, being told when the food can be picked up through text; it just completely replaces the customer service. And for me, going to a restaurant is about the whole experience, especially customer service. So in that regard, this restaurant has really disappointed me. In all other aspects however, it is a lovely little place and very well located as well.

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I was really excited to try out this new dumpling place because just like millions other people in the world I love a good dumpling! With that said, I came with an open mind and went home deeply disappointed. Thank God for the 1/2 price discount, I would have been pissed if I had to pay full price for my meal. All them dumplings were supposed to be piping hot but came out cold, plus the dumpling skin was so thick. The pork belly noodles soup was the worst thing we've ordered, the soup was tasteless and oily, the pork belly itself was tough, a sign of it not being cooked long enough. If you can't make proper char siew filling or get it from a trusted source, don't have char siew bao on the menu. And what's with having to collect the food ourselves? I'm sure nobody enjoys collecting half of their order, having to keep an eye out for the other half, then having to get up half way downing their dumplings to collect the rest of the food. I guess this was why all the dumplings were cold because they were sitting there waiting for the rest of the order to come out. Perhaps it's because it's their 2nd day so there's a lot of room for improvement, perhaps they should have tested their products and business methods more thoroughly before the opening. The funny thing is I can already imagine all the raving reviews from those hippies who "love the concept", "love the freshly made dumplings", "love the atmosphere", who know little to none about good dumplings. Let me put it out there, you know it's a bad dumpling place when they don't serve Shanghai dumplings (xiao long bao) with vinegar and ginger. The only thing I loved was the tea collection, and that says a lot about a dumpling place.

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If you like the Din Tai Fung chain of phenomenal restaurants, this is the closest thing Perth has to match it. The Xiao Long Bao were awesome and the range of condiments to go with it were very good. Great decor and atmosphere, efficient ordering and pick up. We'll be back for sure!

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Amazing. If you like dumplings you will love this place. We have been living in Singapore dining at Din Tai Fung and so far this is the closest to tasting like this famous food chain. The cucumber in chilli oil is fresh n chunky and our favourite are the chilli pork dumplings. I found the price to be very reasonable for perth dining. The ordering sysyem is different but modern and if i can figure it out anyone can! Yum yum yum!!!!

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Locations:

Bamboo Kung Fu - downtown

141 Spadina Ave #205, Toronto, ON M5V 2K8, Canada
(416) 412-3930

Bamboo Kung Fu - downtown

141 Spadina Avenue #205, Toronto, ON M5V 2K8, Canada
(416) 412-3930

Bamboo Kung Fu-Scarborough

3400 Midland Ave #3, Toronto, ON M1V 4Y4, Canada
(416) 412-3930