I went here with some friends just to try it. Hadn't heard much so wasn't expecting too much. Was it any good? Well I've been back three times since Xmas and it's a while since I could say that!
Unsupposing from the outside and inside it looks like an average Chinese restaurant - aquarium as you walk in and several large round tables plus some smaller ones.
The manager has welcomed us every time and been very pleasant, as have all the waiting staff. The food is excellent. I have had a few of their bean curd (tofu) dishes and they were all very good - the salt and chilli bean curd being outstanding.
My wife has tried different dishes each time and never had anything disappointing. Even things she wasn't keen on (e.g. a satay sauce) she tried and reckoned that it was light and tasty and not at all like the gloopy peanut butter type dish she'd had in other places. We get complimentary prawn crackers and dips on arrival and orange segments as dessert to clear the palate afterwards. A nice little touch.
Last night we had 2 starters, 2 mains, coffee and a bottle of wine and the bill came to £46, which we though was good value considering the quality of the food. The restaurant has always been busy when we have been there and this gives a nice lively atmosphere.
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