We went for the Emperor's Palace Banquet, which is the most expensive of the set menus and this turned out to be a great choice. The seafood soup had real taste and set the meal up well. This was followed first by king prawns in a delicious (but not over-spicy) Szechaun sauce, then by some succulent lobster tails. The main courses of sizzling fillet steak, sweet and sour chicken and prawns in oyster sauce arrived next, accompanied by fried rice. Service was friendly and helpful, but not intrusive and we had a most enjoyable evening. We felt that the meal was good value too, and we certainly felt well-fed! The set menu was a good way to get to know the restaurant.
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