This is Ningbo powerhouse Yongfu's casual dining sub-brand. It shares a few signature dishes as its big brother brand, but offer a smaller quantity and slightly cheaper price. Yongfu Mini looks very much like a mid-range Chinese restaurant in comparison, the decor is tasteful but the dining area feels compact and can be a bit crowded. As the menu is quite extensive and the prices can jump from thirty-something to over a few hundred, the food can be a bit hit-and-miss.
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