The tables are arranged in a similar fashion to Wagamama i.e. long tables and benches, albeit on a smaller scaller, but the restaurant was full when we arrived at 18:30 on a Saturday, so we ended up sitting at the bar. This turned out to be a good move as we had a good view of all the dishes being plated up when they came out of the kitchen. Most of the dishes on the menu are intended to be shared. None of the dishes we tried were spicy, but they were definitely very tasty and freshly cooked. We selected a few dim sum and a fish dish, and then ordered some additional dishes based on things we liked the look of when they came out of the kitchen. I thought the menu was varied and generally reasonably priced - the only exception was our scallop dish which was, although delicious, very expensive for 3 small scallops. They do an 'all you can eat' dim sum on a Sunday for £20pp. However, I think you would be hard pushed to get value for money as each person would need to order 6 or more. Service was friendly and efficient. Our waitress was new and wasn't knowledgeable about the dishes, but I got the impression that overall, the rest of the staff knew their stuff. Service only fell down when we wanted to pay and leave - so typical of many restaurants! I didn't have great expectations of this restaurant given the multitude of dodgy venues that had occupied that space in the past, but my preconceptions were unfounded and I suspect I will go there regularly when I am in town.