|3159 Winton Road South, Rochester NY, 14623|
|CLOSED (date unknown)|
Cantonese House was a Chinese restaurant on South Winton Road located in Win-Jeff Plaza.
The restaurant serves traditional dim sum for breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday only. Servers push dishes around on carts, and you select what you'd like when they stop at your table. At other times, you can order dim sum from the menu.
It has been replaced with New Cantonese.
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2008-12-02 11:49:44 great, great restaurant. we had 3 dim sum appetizers- the crab leg (comes with two pieces), shrimp dumplings, and scallion pancake. all were delicious. we split the tofu mushroom soup (chicken broth) and the spicy shrimp entree and both were quite good. Best dim sum in the area! And the prices are right- our meal was about $24 for the 2 of us. —CleverG
2009-08-26 22:49:57 My favorite Chinese Restaurant in the area! The dim sum is delicious! —Jessica
2009-10-01 21:23:22 Easily the worst Chinese meal we have ever had. Despite the lack of people dining at lunch time, the service was practically non-existent. Vegetarian options were minimal. No brown rice or vegetable soup. Tofu dishes we were served looked like something you'd have to eat if you lost a bet. We left the soups and food on our plates barely eaten. Waiter didn't even question why. Horrible. We will never return. —BrettKinsler
2009-11-01 16:07:26 I live nearby Cantonese House, and I can honestly say ... they used to be very good. But lately, the quality has fallen, and I most likely will never go back. The problem is that the primary vegetable in their dishes is now celery. About 80% of the vegetable matter was celery! Yuk. It has been like this the last three or four times I have purchased food there. Used to be (and every other Chinese restaurant still uses) carrots, broccoli, baby corn, peppers, mushrooms and NO celery. Very sad. —Paige
2009-11-13 00:27:10 The food is authentic chinse, Dinners and weekend dim sum are the best. I eat there often and did not find any issue with too much celery. As a matter of fact I found just the opposite, fresh vegatables and unique vegatables that you do not get at other chinese restaurants. I know for a fact that the owners drive to New York every week to get the most authenticate chinese vegatbles possible. My advice is to ask for the chinese menu. —CharlesBaldo
2009-11-24 13:08:27 This is definitely one of the better Chinese restaurants around even for us Chinese people! I think that says a lot... —Liren
2009-11-24 14:07:50 How are they on the vegetarian items especially dim sum? —RxScabin
2010-01-18 21:55:14 By far the most authentic chinese in town. If General Chicken (candied chicken in my mind) is what you are looking for , look elsewhere. Seafood is especially treat and well prepared. —KevinFalzone
2010-05-13 17:38:06 I just went to Cantonese House today (May 13th) it isn't closed. —JJohnson