When we walked into this restaurant we were the only customers and we wondered if we had made a mistake by going there. However not long after arriving the place filled with diners – mostly of Asian appearance – a sure sign of a good Asian restaurant. The main drawback was that the establishment doesn’t serve wine – it’s a BYO. So we took our wine, which wasn’t a problem for us. The restaurant charges a small corkage fee. The service was quick and the food enjoyable. I had honey prawns, which were delicious and my husband had sweet and sour pork, which was also very nice. We also ordered fried rice and that was cooked just right – not overdone and hard. The food was appetising. This unpretentious restaurant was a good dining choice.
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