All reader reviews by MJB
Flashy, fresh Chinese food, holding its own in an area with lots of good eating places. Shanghai's waiters - polite, quietly helpful and not over-fussy - served us in the back, modern part of this restaurant. The front is a converted pie shop, still with its original booths. Beef, prawns and salt-and-pepper asparagus were all superb. The menu included meats, seafood and vegetarian dishes in some unusual sauces and styles, as well as items you'd expect to see. The chefs made good use of garlic and fresh chillies. The only disappointment was a full crab, beautifully presented but with less flesh than usual. We'll definitely go again, especially with a bill of less than a hundred quid for four of us.
Saturday, January 06, 2007
Food 8 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 10