You can only book tables for parties of seven or more, so we arrived fairly early - at 7.30pm - on a Saturday night recently. We were seated straight away and the restaurant filled up quickly. We had a bottle of Italian Pinot Grigio Garganega Nova @ £16.95 while reading the Asian fusion menu (great mix of Thai, Vietnamese, Malay dishes).
For starters three of us shared chicken and shitake moneybags – crispy chicken and shitake mushroom stuffed parcels served with chilli sauce @ £4.90, and kau chi dumplings – handmade pork and prawn dumplings with aged vinegar + garlic sauce @ £4.60. Both were really tasty.
My friends both had chilli, ginger and basil stir fry with prawns for main course – a fresh and aromatic stir fry, with cloud ear and shitake mushrooms, peppers and spring onions in Siamese yellow bean sauce @ £8.40 and steamed Jasmine rice @ £2.50, while I had seafood kari santan melayu – tiger prawns, tilapia fish fillets and fishcakes gently cooked in a traditional Malaysian blended red curry paste @ £8.90 (lots of deep, contrasting and complementary flavours – simply gorgeous).
This was my first visit here in a long while and it was just as great as ever - amazingly tasty, fresh Asian fusion (Thai, Malay and Vietnamese dishes). I'll be coming back again soon.
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