Keep in mind that we are Chinese so we know the difference. The first sign of trouble is that the place has only 2 other tables of people at dinner and none of them are Chinese except for us. The second sign is that there are plates and forks/knives on the table instead of bowls n chopsticks. This place, while it has typical Chinese decor, caters to westerners. The menu proves it. A typical Chinese restaurant can tell you what the fresh vegetables of the day are and let you choose...the waiter looked at us blankly and said it was just mixed veg. He was also surprised we ordered Chinese tea...which is usually free at Chinese restaurants but here cost $40 kr. Portions are small...there's more food in a take away box for one than the plate of veg and plate of fish we ordered combined. It wasnt really enough for 2 people at all. The food was edible...nothing to recommend it except it was hot. If we weren't so tired and the fact it was close to our hotel, we wouldn't have stayed. We ate quickly n left as soon as we could. Better choices can definitely be had elsewhere! Btw, tips r included in Denmark so service is never that great anyways.
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