The best Cantonese food I had in the bay area.
You have to do your home work on how to order.
Order the items on the wallboard plus, fry chicken, steam meat cake with salt fish, salt and pepper ribs, Peking style ribs, pan fry needle, drunken clams, and tender green bean leaves…
The free house special soup and desert are great during weekdays.
At your own risk if you like to order non-Cantonese food.
Service is “I got what I want”.
The waiters are doing a good job but do not know to start smiling until you start it first.
If they are not busy you can ask for recommended dishes.
Cost is medium among Chinese restaurants. I consider it is good deal for that food quality. However my wife did get a lousy dish once.
Great food! My family and I come to Silver House at least once every 2 weeks. If you want great tasty food, good prices, but not to worried about the service, come here. If you want bad food but great service then this is not your place.
When we come we usually get the Chicken Corn Soup, Eggplant with Chicken in the Clay Pot. And they are very delicious. We've also tried many other wonderful and delicious dishes which I recommend which include: Salt & Pepper Eggplant, Shrimp or Crap - Very good. The Beef with Honey Sauce, Vegetable Chow Mien (soft noodles), Minced Beef in the Clay Pot, Mongolian Chicken or Beef, Vegetable Chow Fun, Hot & Sour Soup, Chinese Broccoli...hmm...I'm making myself hungry!
We just went there tonight...long wait, but it was sure worth it. If your ever in the area and want some good food. Come here! Oh and ask for their house dessert...YUM YUM!
Step away from the clay pot and nobody gets hurt!
Uggh, I can't describe how bad the food was... well let me try.
The water set the mood, unfiltered tap, possibly drained from the hot water heater. The taste reminded me of galvanized pipes.
The veggie mooshu wasn't bad, the plum sauce was not great.
the veggie claypot was awful! I mean awful! it had a very off-taste, something akin to sugar and downy fabric softener with mystery objects/noodles and mushrooms. I will never attempt eating a claypot dish again. Come to think of it, I think the pot itself may have been better tasting than the food inside.
We also tried the veggie pan fried noodles. I was expecting noodles that looked like they were fried in the pan. Instead, it looked like they were fried in a factory 6 months ago and shaken out of a box. the veggies were unremarkable and covered with a mystery glossy sauce.
Overall, the $26 meal for two people left us shaking our head. We should have gone with the neighbors: pizza or the other chinese place that had happy-looking customers.
Don't expect mood lighting, white tableclothes, or expensive porcelain. Instead, you will be served very delicious Cantonese and other Chinese dishes, at a pretty good value. Parking is available in the back.
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