The restaurant is a short walk from the central station in an area where tourists find very few interesting things, if any. So if you go there it is just for the restaurant.
When you enter you realize at once it is not the typical Chinese restaurant. Forget the usual stuff as Chinese red lamps and hot towels at the end of the meal. This Chinese restaurant is different. A modern internal décor with brick walls, small tree trunks hanging from the ceiling, small tables with simple tablecloths. A place far from a romantic spot.
If the interior design of the restaurant is different the menu takes you back to the typical Chinese restaurant. It preserves the common feature to all Chinese restaurants: it offers such a wide selection of dishes you wonder how they can guarantee a high level for all dishes. Prices are the average prices of Chinese restaurants: starters € 5, main dishes from € 7 to € 14, desserts (presented on a tray at the table) € 5. When we went the restaurant was full but we had the idea we had entered a food chain. The service was quick while other customers were waiting for us to free the table (it was Saturday). The quality of the food was not different from other Chinese restaurants.
We were twice asked if everything was fine but I don’t know if they were really interested to the answer (there were too many customers). A really positive note for those who disagree with the use of bottled waters: they serve tap water on request (and all tables took advantage of this opportunity).
Definitely not bad. But is this enough to appreciate a restaurant?
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