Visited the restaurant with family visiting from the UK. The service was very good and a nice atmosphere in the restaurant. Food was good quality with a smart twist put on Chinese classics. Only slight let downs were the duck for the pancakes was not shredded (prefer this way) and my wife's seabass was quite oil and soggy - the taste was good but too much oil soaked in to finish the dish.
The tea boy was a great touch and replenished the free Chinese tea constantly and in a theatrical manner (with a very long teapot!).
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