Situated at the Nothern end of the City centre five mins walk from China Town and the Red Light district is this small,cosy Chinese restaurant.Recommended to us by a local barmaid earlier in the day and im glad we took her advice.The food was simply excellent,friendly,quick service and reasonable prices.Nice decor inside and comfortable seating make this place a must for any Chinese food lover visiting Amsterdam.Superb.
Favorite Dish: For starters i had the four chicken sticks in four seasons sauce which was mouth watering.My main meal was sliced pork and vegetables with rice,very nice too.My partner had the spring rolls for starters and beef in black bean sauce with rice for main,she enjoyed it very much.
The whole meal with drinks came to less than 30 Euros,great value for money.
This pair of restaurants have undergone a recent revamp but without the signage being changed and so the Chang Express bit is where the Kam Yin sign is and vice versa. They are in fact the same place but with one half being the takeaway section and the other a fairly informal sit down restaurant. Food is tasty, cheap and plentiful and if eating in the sit-down section I would advise sharing a starter (or even not bothering with one) as main courses are pretty substantial.
Favorite Dish: Special Pork Noodles - chunks of crispy, sweet and spicy, belly pork; slices of aromatic roast pork and stir-fry pork fillet, served with delish and plentiful stir-fried noodles. Tasty as this is as it comes: a good splash of ketjap asin (an Indonesian variant on soy sauce) and a teaspoon of sambal (chilli sauce) lift the flavours without destroying the taste buds. For just over 5 euros (plus a 3 euro beer) in the restaurant, being served by a rather deliciously attractive Oriental woman was just the job before commencing an evening of organic fruit smoothies in the local juice bars - HA!