Came here with a large group of 10 without any booking which was great, however the food was very basic - in taste and presentation. The service was good but was disappointed with my meal which looked and tasted like stew! They provide mini wooden spoons to eat with (and chopsticks) which some guests commented on how impossible it was to eat noodles with and how their mothers all hit them with wooden spoons as children! The wine was good.
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