Having never traveled in China, I don't know what "authentic Chinese food" tastes like, but my taste buds wholly endorse the idea of a meal at Mainland China.
Once you pass the statues of three forbidding looking warriors (?) at the entrance, you find that the decor is simple and nice.
Sipping jasmine tea, we ordered starters - no complaints there - it was the the menu that was a problem as it listed so many exciting sounding stuff.... chicken duck,, lamb, fish, prawns, squid...making it very difficult to choose. The vegetarian options included water chestnut,black mushroom and broccoli besides the usual tofu and eggplant.
Meanwhile, the starters arrived - steamed and fried vegetable and chicken wontons/siu mai., which were good and crackling spinach, which was a cut above. The lemon and coriander soup was spicy and tangy.
We finally decided to have honey glazed chicken and lamb mahalak with hakka noodles. The food was excellent with a fine balance of flavours . The service was polite and attentive.
We will go again...
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