Not a special restaurant by any stretch of the imagination. They have a very wide and extensive menu, which I think is part of the problem as there's no specialisation. It's evident that the meat used in one dish would also be used in another one. They do have a good selection of vegetable dishes, although the tofu tasted like it was slightly burnt. The sweet and sour chicken was a bit bland, as was the chicken. The sizzling chicken was very nice, however, and was easily the best dish we had that evening. Unfortunately the restaurant does not include tax on the menu, so be prepared for an inflated bill at the end. Around 26% of the bill went to 'taxes', I don't quite know how that happened, but it did. Between the 4 of us, with 4 drinks, but quite a few mains and a couple of starters, we paid around Ksh. 6,500, inc. 26% in taxes.
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