Go for the dimsum.
Fresh ingredients, tasty dishes, prompt service.
Traditionally, dimsum dishes (steamed and fried) are wheeled around on a cart to be selected by diners, but here you order. No matter, the dishes came quickly. Each order has three or four of each item, and they have a wide selection of rolls, buns, dumplings, and cakes. Drink tea with your meal, not beer! You won’t find better authentic Cantonese cuisine in this part of the world (this is not Hong Kong). You can also order a variety of dishes from different Chinese cuisines.
The staff are friendly and helpful.
Ideal for a family Sunday brunch!
GooglePlace - August 2017
It's probably about time that I update my previous review, although nothing much changes from there
Royal Garden is my local haunt with Mina K. We often had long brunch, dinner (you name it) here with massive amount of food
I wouldn't even try to remember which I liked best, because like always, the eating experience was a bit blur with the kind of gluttony that we had, but rest assure, everything was good. Royal Garden simply never disappoints.
Other yelpers pointed out how kitschy the decor is, but let the truth be told, nobody ever cares about the decor in Asian restaurants. You go there to eat and to have party in your mouth, and you go home again, you don't go there to enjoy the view - sadly, it's the life motto of many frugal Asian restaurants that would rather spend their money on fresh ingredients than some fancy decor. I don't have problem with that.
Do come here for the dim sum (only). I can't really vouch for the other stuff, but the dim sum is excellent.
GooglePlace - April 2017
Currently one of the best Cantonese restaurants for Dim Sum in Copenhagen. Their prices are not cheap, but the food is good and quite authentic. We were 4 adults and one child and our bill ended up at around 1.000 DKK without drinks, just had tea.
GooglePlace - February 2017
Yi Ting Tsai
The dim sum and the fried rice are really good!
Foursquare - December 2016
Best Dim Sum in Copenhagen. Authentic well-made cheung fun
GooglePlace - November 2016