How often do you find the best place on your last day of your holiday? This was no exception and we so nearly missed this as you it’s a basement restaurant with a single door entrance in a crowded block.
Walking down the stairs you are immediately hit by bustling but cosy atmosphere. The restaurant is very small and though they were very busy they managed to secure us a table. It was at the bottom of the stairs but a bit draughty when the door opened but that was welcome. The three girls who were working were very busy but cheerful and very helpful explaining the menu - on a board near the bar and the drinks menu, posters all over the walls. Slightly eccentric but made the experience all the more enjoyable.
We ordered prawn dim sum and steam pork dumplings as a starter which we shared. Washed it down with a glass of white wine before moving onto the local craft beer. Beer is cans or bottles no draught. Main course of crispy leg of duck with hoi sin sauce and Pad ko chicken. The food was stunning. The service personal and committed.
A note to the wise is that this is a cash only restaurant.
I wish that we had tried here earlier in the holiday as I would definitely have used it more than once.
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