I've travelled to China and my friends father is married to a Thai woman. So I guess we both know the difference between original Asian dishes and what is served at Lucy Chang. I ordered the Szechuan noodle soup with duck, my friend had a vegetarian Thai dish. The Szechuan noodle soup which is supposed to be spicey (Szechuan is the region of the spice in China) was very blend, lacking taste as well in the stock as the general flavor. My friend did not even recognise his dish as being Thai kitchen as it is served in Thailand. Now, don't get me wrong: the food is not bad, but it's a typical western-asian fusion which ends up not being very good in either departement. The interior however offers a nice atmosphere and I guess if you've never been in Asia you might enjoy the food. However, it's too pricey for what it is: noodles, stock and some veggies are not very expensive ingredients, so serving it at € 12 for a bowl is simply too much. When you order some side dishes (which is like appropriate in Asia -there they would never serve you only one dish) you're in for an expensive treat.
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