We hadn't been here before but love this type of food. The menu is a selection of dim sum and different food combinations to what you see in a lot of places. We had spring rolls with entrecote, roast beef strips with chilli, coriander and soy sauce, sweet potato and vegetables, shou mai steamed dumplings (pork, water chestnut and salmon caviar), baozi baked dumplings (pork and ginger), and Tang Bao (warm chocolate dumplings with vanilla sauce) The food was extremely tasty. The portions are small and come out of the kitchen pretty quickly so it is a good place to go if you plan to go for drinks afterwards rather than spending the whole evening there. There was only two of us but it is probably set up better for groups. The atmosphere was bustling. The service was a bit patchy. Sometimes we struggled to catch someone's eye to get a drink. If the service was better the overall experience would be better. There is a bar downstairs but the evening we went it wasn't busy in the bar save for a few smokers. We booked online. If you are a large group you should definitely book beforehand.
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