Found this place and returned three times.
First night had fish soup and ganban duck - was expecting clear soup but it was disappointingly full of egg, the duck was cripsy-fried and served on a hot plate with a mound of rice - though I was starving the portion defeated me but they put the leftovers into a takeaway carton which made a great brunch - a pattern repeated with the main course each night!
Second night I had the spicy salad - essentially sauerkraut in a piquant dressing and loads of it, followed by ma-la lamb which was savoury, stir-fried with vegetables in a savoury sauce, but not as spicy as made out. Finished with banana fritters flambeed - in the UK you might get two but the plate had six fritters on it though the batter was so light and crispy that I scoffed the lot.
Final night tried the squid starter with the chao-sa-xian special - there was loads of squid in deep-fried rings with a spicy soy dipping sauce. The special was strips of beef and chicken in a savoury-spicy sauce with onions, peppers, carrot strips and beansprouts.
The decor was lovely - I dined in the conservatory with an underfloor fish tank full of koi carp, to the rear is an open terrace with well feature (with more carp) and smoking area.
Service was brisk without being obtrusive, and the staff were only too happy to help. Prices around 20 euros a head for two courses or 25 for three including a pot of tea.
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