I went here for lunch, which is served in the functional downstairs; the upstairs is rather plusher. My crab & sweetcorn soup was thick, warming, with plenty of tasty crab. I followed it with crispy chilli beef and egg fried rice. This was good, not at all greasy, and tasty, though I'd have preferred it a bit spicier. My wife had Cha siu bao (a favourite of hers) and seafood fried rice (she was particularly impressed that this had scallops in).
Including the (optional, but they add it to the bill automatically) 10% service charge, this came to just the wrong side of 30 quid, which felt a bit steep.
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