Shop 22, The Vale Shopping Centre, 271 Amherst Rd, Canning Vale WA 6155, Australia

Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant, Delivery Restaurant, Dim Sum Restaurant, Italian Restaurant, Restaurant, Restaurants, Soul Food Restaurant, Takeout Restaurant

Meal Takeaway, Restaurant, Food

(08) 9456 3813

Open Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 9:30 PM
Wednesday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 9:30 PM
Thursday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 9:30 PM
Friday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 9:30 PM
Saturday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 9:30 PM
Sunday 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:00 – 9:30 PM

Driving Directions

The Vale Chinese Restaurant

Be the first to write a review for The Vale Chinese Restaurant. Start your review today

Vincent Tian said 3 years ago
Not the best place to eat dim sum or Chinese food, but the service is top notch compare to other Chinese styled restaurants, helpful and friendly. Food wise, things are pretty dry and you can't really call them fresh, as I said the service is nice, so I am OK with that, I would come back again but I would like to eat something better because it's just not as good as other Chinese styled restaurants, still I like the service here better.
Jonathan Bill Kueh said 3 years ago
Not as busy as before which is good for me. Used to wait for 15 minute to eat. Dim Sum was good and service is not bad as well. WA unemployment rate really took a bite on those restaurant. Hopefully price will come down to a certain level that everyone start eating outside again. This was review 9 month ago. Last weeks we come back and hope the price will come down due to competition and bad market. but to my surprise , every food i ordered was increased price. there is no much customer in the shop and they never took the lesson seriously as other shop are lowering the price and trying to get more customer. There is no listing price at the menu. don't presumed you know how much you are ordering. the total bill might shocked you and not to mention a 1.5% surcharge on credit card. BTW , the food(dim Sum ) is not bad and the service is great .
Maria Chin said 3 years ago
Expensive food. Poor customer service during weekdays
Bubble Blow said 3 years ago
The dim sum was honestly good. The standard was reasonably high and so far the food tasted fresh. I can't comment on their ala carte dishes. The service is satisfactory and we didn't have to wait long to get a table. There is too much hype with other bigger organisations like a Dragon Palace. I don't think we need to travel that far for a decent dim sum lunch.
Tayla Harrison said 3 years ago
Dirty bowls. Food was ok.

Key deadline to challenge mail-in ballot applications in Pennsylvania passes with few filings

www.cnn.com - 59 minutes ago
A key deadline for challenging voter eligibility in Pennsylvania passed Friday without either party challenging a single application for mail-in ballots in the state's largest city of Philadelphia, an election official confirmed to CNN on Friday, cutting
Read More

‘Ridiculous’: Mets fan gives up season tickets as teams get greedier

nypost.com - 1 hour ago
When would be a good time for a ball club to treat its most devoted customers in a reasonably fair manner? Might it be during a health pandemic without a foreseeable end, a pandemic that has cost innumerable Americans their careers? Yeah, that might be a
Read More

Obama officials were ‘bothered’ by Hunter Biden Burisma job: book

nypost.com - 1 hour ago
President Obama’s White House was “bothered” by Hunter Biden’s ties to the Ukrainian energy company Burisma and Obama officials found Hunter’s presence of the company board of directors while his father was vice president “unseemly,” according to a new
Read More

The Dish: Rich history of "America’s oldest candy company"

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
According to the National Retain Federation, Americans dish out an estimated $2.6 billion on candy for Halloween. Dana Jacobson takes a look at candy’s rich history for the “CBS This Morning: Saturday” series The Dish. She takes a trip to what’s been
Read More

Apparent tricksters decorate Mayor de Blasio’s home with GOP campaign sign

nypost.com - 1 hour ago
In what appears to be an early Halloween trick on Mayor de Blasio, someone put signs on his Park Slope house that would send shivers through any lefty politician. One sign popped up on Hizzoner’s property saying “All Lives Matter,” while another scribbled
Read More