Booked a table for six on a Monday night and were impressed by the friendly welcome and the large bowl of prawn crackers on the table!
The food was delicious, we each ordered a different dish - chop sticks at the ready, we made good use of the 'lazy susan' in sampling the food.
The decor didn't invoke a Chinese ambience, the two youngest in our party said that they expected to hear loud music at any moment and the appearance of vodka shots and that the restaurant had the appearance of an 'in town' bar!
However the food was a winner and the kung po beef declared the 'best ever'.
A bit pricey, but worth it!
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