This restaurant is located at the Old parliament house. It was just besides the Victoria theatre which is undergoing renovation now, so you can only see construction in progress if you sit outside to dine.
We went there to have our lunch in a group. That was around 2pm plus and it was over lunch time. The place was quiet, with a few tables occupied. The food was okay but not fantastic. Especially the noodle soup, we all felt that it was not served hot, the soup had already cooled down when arriving at our table. But what I like is their soft shell crabs, it was yummy. The paper roll with prawns was okay as personally I do not like the taste of raw bean sprout. But it was okay. The service of the waitresses was good. Patient, and quite efficient.
Price wise, it was not cheap. You can expect a bowl of noodle soup costs ard 20 over dollars. The food we ordered including deep fried soft shell crabs, mango salad, 6 bowls of noodle soup, paper rolls with prawns, paper roll with soft shell crabs and a few drinks cost us about 300 over dollars and each of us paid $46 for one share. One can order their set lunch which costs ard 30plus dollars.
But as I said, if you can sit down at a quiet and nice environment to enjoy your food with good service, isn't it worth to pay a little bit more.
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