Friday, November 18, 2011 - In a flurry my Char Kway Teow, the ribs and the wontons all arrive at once. The wontons are blisteringly hot and not bad for the money, although I prefer mine to have been given a little fry off to offer some crust. The pork falls off the bones very satisfyingly and while a bit underpowered in the spice department, they have a decent flavour of their own which makes up for it...I know some people expected more from Alan Yau of Wagamama fame, and it seems Cha Cha has reverted to a slow waltz since he stopped being in charge day to day. Even so, it's cheap and it's cheerful and, unlike some of Chinatown's finest, you don't get the feeling you're a nuisance to the staff. For a fast affordable feed, everyone can comfortably keep going to the Moon.