My son and I found ourselves in Milan for two nights and happened to find this place close to our hotel (and walking distance from P. Garibaldi train station) What a find! We went back the next night. We eat a ton of Asian food in many cities and at home and we loved this. I had the rice noodles with spicy clams one night (very spicy, the way I like it) and the next night a sauteed pork in sweet bean sauce that was served with the freshest cucumber I've had in a while and julienne raw onions that made the dish and you put it all together in a dumpling wrapper. Delicious. Both the steamed dumpling dishes we tried (meat and meat with shrimp) were flavorful and moist and the cooked oysters super garlicky and wonderful. And the prices were fantastic- went there June 2015 and the main dishes were 7-12 euros and the dumplings 3 euros. Nice! Definitely go back again! Wait staff incredibly sweet and had so much patience with our lack of ability to speak Italian. Very friendly and warm.
Near one of the hot "in" places in Milan (Corso Como) you can find this very good, little family owned, Chinese restaurant. It's a simple place and when you enter you are not recognizing that here you might be served the best chinese food in town. Noticeable also by the guest which are mainly Chinese who come here often in groups to celebrate and to enjoy the good food. Reading the menu you can find all type of Chinese dishes, excellent soups, dumplings, noodles and rice served with fish, duck, chicken, pork etc. - but I would emphasis to ask the chief, Mrs. Jade, for a recommendation. She is normally always around and very helpful to assist. (She/her family owns this place since 30 years). The prices are more than fair and the service is very good. Have visited this place again after nearly 5 years and the quality and service has not changed at all.
I have been back after a few years in this quite small, welcoming place, near where the Chinese consulate used to be then. They still cater very well both to the local Chinese communities and other travelers - I had lunch while few dozen people were quietly and warmly celebrating a marriage, with a significantly more sophisticated lunch. The menu includes both obvious mainstays of the most standard Chinese cuisine adapted to our country, and some less usual ones. These latter are certainly more interesting and taste even better. The more conservative eaters will find some of them a bit challenging: if you must understand well what you will have before ordering it, ask the most senior waiters or the manager, otherwise just make sure you have a couple more daring eaters in your party. The lunch menu is simpler than dinner's. Patrons will follow their customs, most international travelers will find them interesting, some may object.