Date of visit: 27 October 2012
The staff were friendly and very professional from the moment we arrived. You were made to feel that you were a regular. Our drinks orders were taken immediately, of course a bottle of wine was ordered and a couple of beers for the men. The staff were always just a stone's throw away from you but you never felt that they were intrusive at all.
Their Menu has numerous set menu's or you can select your own courses. Our guest went with their Emperor Feast at £21.80 per person. This consisted of: Hot Starters; Crispy Seaweed, Tea smoked chicken, Golden pancake rolls, Prawn toast, Barbecue spare ribs in a light fruity sauce. Crispy aromatic duck; Succulent duck marinated in a blend of spices, served with light pancakes, Cucumber, spring onions and Hoi Sin Sauce. Main Course; Stir fired prawns with four treasure vegetables, traditional sweet and sour chicken, Sir fried beef with chilli oyster sauce and special fried rice. They also ordered some Singapore Rice Vermicelli (which is actually very fine noodles) for £6.50. My understanding is they thoroughly enjoyed their meal.
|Stir fried beef with Chilli|
|Crispy fried lamb|