I bought a KGB voucher for a 3-course meal for two at £19.
When we arrived, the waiter asked for the voucher at the door before he seated us, this felt a little awkward.
Once seated in the main restaurant, he gave us a separate menu to the main one, and a wine list, then took our menus away.
We were confused but then realised that it was a set menu and they would bring everything.
Wine was nice but expensive as everything was.
The waiter informed us that we purchased a two course meal, not three. This wasn't true, so after talking with him, I just agreed with him as he wouldn't take no for an answer. 5 minutes later, he came back and apologised and said the voucher had been misprinted, we can have the ice cream if we want.
We ordered 1/2 duck as an extra which was £5per person- not a bad price. Thee was plenty of duck which was tasty and crunchy on the outside.
Starter was a mixed hors-d-oeuvres which included two spare ribs, 2 slices sesame prawn toasts, seaweed, and 2 spring rolls.
Everything on this platter was tasty, although greasy as it had all been fried.
Main course was salt and garlic calamari, beef in black bean sauce and a spicy pork dish. Also a choice of jasmine rice or pineapple fried rice.
The beef dish was lovely, the meat itself was cooked medium which was perfect for us.
The pork dish was tasty but perhaps too spicy to each too much of.
I enjoyed the calamari dish but my partner didn't as she doesn't like it usually.
Perhaps it would have been beneficial if we could have chosen our own items from a set menu, that way we could have picked things we enjoy.
Overall we enjoyed it here, but we have been to many Chinese restaurants which are of the equivalent or even better quality and cheaper.
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