Passing by the restaurant from Temple St, this restaurant doesn't look like much, however from Market Square it is very different. Adorned by a Chinese waterfall at the entrance with an ambient atmosphere, this entrance is much more enticing. Having spotted the Mini-buffet we were curious about what this could mean as all the usual signs of a buffet (hoards of food under heat lamps) were absent. We were presented with menus and invited to choose as many starters as we wanted. A starter may mean a single rib or a spring roll so you do need to order a few, however you may order more after the first round. Likewise with the main course, each portion would be approx. two-thirds of an 'a la carte' portion. The food tasted as if it was all made fresh and was delicious. Desserts were a wide range of standardised frozen pre-packaged, however this did not detract from their flavoursome taste.
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