We were looking for a good multi-asian restaurant in the south suburbs and Far East looked like a decent option, something that should be above the average greasy food most chinese restarants offer. We went there on a weekday, only 3 tables occupied.
We ordered a dumplings assortment, which came as 4 tiny pieces and costed 10 euros. The dumplings were not bad, but nothing special either. The maki plate consisted of 12 pieces, costed 20 euros, taste was fine, I really like sushi, but I'm no expert. As main courses we ordered a noodle plate with shrimps, which was spicy and dry (no warning that this plate is so spicy) which costed 13 euros, and a double cooked supposed to be crispy chicken, which wasn't crispy at all and the whole plate could compete easily to Noodle Bar quality, if you know what I mean, and costed 17 euros. We drank sake and it was the worst sake I have ever drunk. Furthermore, they filled our glasses with bottled water all the time, without asking, and charged it 3 euros. Normally they should ask if the client wants to order bottled water or tap water and not force it through.
On the positive side, the service was ok, nothing special but not rude or bad. They also offered shrimp crackers upon our arrival which were not charged.
In the end we paid, and they wouldn't bring our change back. So upon leaving we asked for it and the manager said "I thought you wanted to leave it for a tip", although we never said anything like this, in any case he should have brought it back like it is usual here in Greece and it was up to us to decide if and how much we would leave for a tip.
Overall, a totally NOT recommended place to eat.
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