13 pax aged 8-65 y.o., arrived 2:30pm for late lunch, 15 minutes wait before being ushered to the table even though there were empty tables enough to accommodate 2 dozen terracota warriors. We were advised to have a look if the food would be enough as they won't be re-filling, restaurant closes at 3:30pm. For £5.95 + £2 something for the refillable sodas, we thought we'd have a go .... hunger calls! The young English girl who welcomed us wasn't very welcoming at all, it seems too expensive to smile! We got lost in translation with the young chinese staff but she was pleasant and polite in fairness. Prawn crackers were off, quality of food is average, limited selection of deserts, no thank you's from staff on leaving, they were having their lunch so we don't mind. In short, this will be a once in a lifetime dining experience in this particular restaurant :-)
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