I have only ever had food off the set menu as this is a good way to sample a wide range of food. The chicken and sweetcorn soup looks pretty unappealing but is actually full of flavour and very morish.The mango chicken was also one of the favourites, a nice twist on the traditional chinese lemon chicken. For anyone worried about trying vietmanese then the set menu is a good place to start and there are a quite a few dishes which have a twist on more familiar chinese cuisine. The set menu is a good price at around £10 a head for more food than you can eat, the only gripe is that when we asked to swap a king prawn starter for chicken and sweetcorn soup for one of the group we were told we would be charged £3 extra for a much cheaper starter. I aslo agree with some of the comments about the staff, one of our courses came before we'd barely had chance to take a bite of the course before, and none of us are slow eaters.
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