After seeing the reviews and hearing good reports from a friend we were quite looking forward to the £12 Sunday Banquet. The sweetcorn and crabmeat soup took me back to the sixties, tasteless and full of cornflour and I'm sure the sparse "crabmeat" was thin strips of ocean stick. As in a lot of Chinese restaurants/takeaways these days the chicken (satay) was dry and stringy. I can't imagine where it comes from. Other dishes we below average for a decent Chinese restaurant apart from the Szechwan beef which was rather good even though it only contained carrots, onions and one miniscule cube of green pepper in the way of veg..
No sign of any local beer... but good to see the cask beer which was from Jennings now owned by the national Wolverhampton and Dudley chain and this was well kept and pretty good.
It wasn't crowded and consequently the service was OK, but we had to ask for wet tissues to clean the fingers after the ribs.
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