Ate here with the family on Saturday night. We were a little apprensive as the last couple of times it was not great however this time we were not disappointed - both the food and the service were very good.
We had the mixed hors d'oeuvres for starter which were very well presented (however we were surprised not to have seaweed included and were charged extra for a portion?).
We had a combination of chicken dishes for main courses, which included Kung-Po, Szechwan style and sweet-and-sour all of which were delicious and well-prepared.
All in all a good meal and the service was attentive. However, at £25 a head it feels a little expensive for a shared starter, main course and glass of house wine each.