One of the oldest restaurants in the Chinatown district, this classic Cantonese eatery was first established in 1928. The two-story dining room is simple but inviting, with wooden floors and large windows that overlook the neighborhood’s busy streets and markets. The menu includes starters like banana prawn spring rolls and signature entrées such as Peking duck and chili crab. On weekends and holidays, Da Dong also serves traditional dim sum. Prix fixe options are available for parties of 10 or more, and most dishes are available in small, medium, and large portions, providing plenty of flexibility.