Since discovering China House 12 months ago it has become a regular haunt when not knowing where else to go because we know we'll always get something we like, how we like and generally eat together - a hospitality trait we value highly when we find it in Malaysia. Serves a great range of euro-asian fusion but don't eat too big on the mains as their range of desserts, cakes and puds are divine. A good range of beverages for all tastes any time of day. The atmosphere is always up-beat and service fairly consistent. Only downside is if you are a non-smoker it is allowed inside. Don't be put off just ask for smoke free seats and tuck into the pastries!
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