Those are two separate restaurants in two different streets.They are probably owned by the same company or individual and served as one restaurant in the same location in the past.
The "A Taste of India" is also owned by the same group.
Based on the Reviews -guess where- I have tried all three.
The second one I have dined at was the Chinese Kitchen "Furtune Cookie". I tried the not-so-crispy-probably-microwaved duck. Even though it was not crispy, it was served well and with all the dressings it was not so bad. I decided to go again and give them an other try, and this time I will also ask for a "Fortune Cookie".
Be aware that the service staff-in all 3-are trained to maximize your bill, and they try to do it in a very unprofessional way, with a fake smile on their face. If you make a mistake and ask for their advice, all they'd advise is the most expensive dishes in the menu.
I tried the Thai two days later;
The stir fried beef I ordered in the "King and Thai" was literally swimming in the oil and not edible. I asked the waiter to take it back to kitchen and at least skim the oil... The senior waiter offered to change the dish and called the Thai Chef. She was kind enough to offer an other beef dish that I could not understand the name, which has arrived 5 minutes later. However as a half portion plate when I consider the size of the first dish. Cost Control concerns, I guess.
The service was not even half of the Chinese restaurant with a waiter hiding behind the bar and playing with his phone while customers are looking for someone in the room.
Feel free If you want to give it a try however keep in mind extremely oily food and be cautious about the food and beverage recommendations of the staff.
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