We were up in Edinburgh for the 6 nations and drove past this restaurant on way to town. It looked very busy, so we decided to eat here.
The New Zealand Sauvignon blanc was very nice and the other drinks were served efficiently. We had prawn toast, chicken and sweetcorn soup and chicken wings to start, followed by half a crispy duck with cucumber, spring onions, hoi San sauce, and pancakes. Skin was really crispy, which the kids and I particularly like.
This was followed by Chicken chow mein, special fried rice, chicken satay,sizzling king prawn and ginger dishes and a kung po dish. These all tasted great, with plenty of flavour.
It worked out circa £35 a head including tip.
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