Luk Fu-Live! Casino & Hotel
Wish we had a bigger table. We shared our food, had to do a lot of shuffling of dishes, condiments, and drinks during the meal.
I recommend for the food...service kinda stinks! Probably better to go during an off time!
The apps (sticky rice and pot stickers)were ok enough, although at 7:00 on a Friday they were out of the pork spring rolls of all things.
My wife had the crispy chicken and paid $4 extra for broccoli. From the first bite, it was like eating thick rubber bands breaded in something resembling batter. It only got worse the more she searched for a chewable bite. It basically ruined her night. I tried it and it reminded me of Chevy Chase trying to eat the dried out turkey in National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. It was awful.
My chicken fried rice was very “meh” at best. I was really excited to take my wife here and were sorely disappointed.
The restaurant seemed mostly focused on the take out business versus people actually dining in. That took from the experience. Additionally, since the restaurant is in the middle of the casino the background noise detracts from the dining experience. The food however was great!
I made a lunch reservation for 9 and when I arrived I was told I did not have a reservation. Despite there being no one in the restaurant the hostess continued to deny our reservation. She took my phone showing the open table reservation to a woman behind the counter who told her to seat us. She tried seating us at a two top and I refused her telling her there would be 9 of us! She then took us the the other side of the restaurant and when we asked to move the two tables together she said no and called another woman over. She took my phone again to show the reservation and the woman told us they would put the tables together...which I informed her was what we already asked. It was a cluster! Then when we asked for separate checks she said no until I asked for the manager. The food was good but overpriced (fried rice should never be $19!).
I brought my dad to Luk Fu for Father’s Day. We were served Warm beer. We informed our server, and instead of bringing us a colder beverage or offering a different option. She brought the bottles back in pitchers with ice water! I did not want to ruin my dads time so we let them sit there and had to put Ice in our beer because it was still warm. When our food arrived it was cold. Overall I was not pleased with our visit at Luk Fu and will not return or refer anyone.
Food was OK with some dishes better than others. Beef with broccoli was bland. Chicken and string beans was very garlicky. Two people ordered shu mai but each had different sauces, not because they asked for it that way. One person asked for hot mustard and at first the server said they didn’t have it but eventually found some.
Casino was noisy in the background.
very enjoyable, would definitely go back in the very near future
The worst service ever. It took forever to get anything: order taken, drinks, food, etc. Tables that sat near us that Came 15 minutes after us has food before we even had our drinks. Noodle dishes has zero flavor. Sushi was just okay. I will never go back here and wouldn’t recommend it to anyone
Great place. Lots of options. Waitress was great. It seemed weird they didn’t have a full bar.
Excellent as always. Clean good food.
Though the food was excellent, the quality of the service was poor. The server who attended our table look irritated and annoyed, as if he wanted us to be done and gone. He never took his time to explain anything and when asked, he briefly mumbled something in his breath which came across very hostile. In the end, we just gave up and quietly decided to eat our food and get out.
Food was less than ok. And for the price that is unacceptable. Service was subpar. We felt rushed. Also, no one cleared up the plates, not even the apps plates. It was a Saturday night, so maybe that was part of it. But I don’t think we’ll be back. We had edamame, miso soup, sushi, tuna sashimi, pad thai. The worst offenders were thr sashimi and the pad thai.
We had pasta dishes with shrimp. The shrimp were not completely shelled as they should have been. We had to put our hands into our plate of pasta, pick out the shrimp and finish shelling them. I also don't want sauces and condiments left on the table with spoon in them that customers have put their hands on and used for my consumption.
Waitstaff is typically hit or miss this time they forgot my Vietnamese coffee or refill on soda and water; but the soup dumplings and singapore noodles always makes up for it 😀
Incredible pot stickers.Bulgogi and Mongolian beef were outstanding. A must go to location