This was an ad-hoc visit before an evening performance at Kings Hall.
It was very quiet on a Tuesday evening and we were offered some set menus. We weren't convinced that they saved you any money though as £13 for two courses didn't seem that cheap. Mains are around the £9/10 mark, and starters are around the £5/6 mark. So the set menu does save you a bit of money, but at full price I would say the starters and mains were a little bit expensive.
The service, though, was excellent. They were attentive but managed never to be intrusive. They were all very calm, efficient and quietly spoken and it was quite soothing and relaxing because of this. They brought us prawn crackers whilst they were preparing the starter, which were lovely. I've only ever had the white ones before but they also brought us some brown ones that were a different taste and texture.
My aunt had the tempura vegetable starter and there was quite a lot of it. I had chicken satay, which was 3 skewers of chicken with a generous amount of peanut sauce - yummy! Then for mains my aunt paid an extra £2 to have prawn sweet and sour (only chicken, beef or pork were included in the standard price) and I had a Chicken Massaman curry which was absolutely divine. Rice was included in the meal deal.
We had a tea/coffee before leaving, which again was not rushed. The total bill came to £33 including 2 glasses of coke. I was pleasantly surprised with the final bill as I'd been expecting it to be higher.
The only observation was that the number of set menus got a bit confusing. There were 2 set menus as well as the ordinary one, so it took us a while to work out what was the best value. But otherwise, it was a lovely meal and I would recommend it.
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