It is a typical Chinese. It has a large selection of dishes. It doesn't have that much of ambience. The foods generally sort of typical, not a highclass, no presentations, poor table settings. I don't want to generalize the Chinese restaurant in general, because it isn't fair. But this one was our last option, since it way the new year's Eve evening.
But of course everyone has its own taste, so it might be excellent for others. But the point is the hot dishes were poorly presented. Ordered a jug of hot tea. Guess what¿ I was given with a jug with a broken nose repaired with a plastic pipeline. I mean for godsake, what a experience.
So if someone doesn't mind at all of those sort of things. I guess then, this would just do for ya.
If the owner reads this, here are lists to improve,
educate the personnel of the importance of hospitality, hygiene in the entire property is a must like the uniforms + grooming of the employee, washrooms, etc. One of the vital parts also choose the right material of plates, glasses. Any materials which are broken, must not be used for customers.
If abovementioned are top-right, the property will be running healthier, contrasts, the unsatisfied reviews will continue and by end you can say goodbye to it.
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