The restaurant itself is very nice, the waitstaff friendly, the cooks slow. The food ranges from blah to delicious. The prices are reasonable.
The place was nearly empty when we went, and it didn't get busier as we waited for our starters and then mains. We were served prawn crackers and tea while we waited, which was good because our starters were a long time coming. The shumai and har gau were both fresh and tasty; the Salt and Pepper Prawns were average.
The Sizzling Lamb was good enough, but in a very English way. The sauce served with it was about the same as you're average carvery gravy so I didn't feel like I was eating chinese food at all, in spite of the boiled white rice -- which, by the way, wasn't sticky either.
The Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls were a disappointment at best. The coating was more like hush puppy batter than tempura; heavy, dark and tasteless (much like the chicken itself).
I wouldn't go out of my way to visit this restaurant again, although I could image ordering take out for very specific items if I lived 3 minutes away. Which I don't.
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