This place is second to none if you like a buffet lunch of your choice because the variety of dishes presented on a long bar is endless ranging from chinese spare ribs to Japanese sushi and Indian and Thai curry dishes. You could also have a variety soups but my favourite is the hot and sour soup.
Condiments such as soya sauce, chillie oil are available along with various types of prawn crackers.
The desserts are plentiful ranging from jellies, cakes and fruits to apple and bannana fritters and fresh grapes.
This is a place where you eat as much as you like and return for seconds. Drinks are extra but reasonably priced.
My favourite dish where I have second helpings is their deep fried salt and chillie king prawns accompanied with tow foo and seasonal greens, and braised chillie long beans.
One is spoilt for choice and all this food is priced at under £8 for a lunch menu. The evening menu carries more choices such as Japanese Teppanyaki and other international dishes.
The food is fresh and the staff keeps a watchful eye on making sure the various foods are regularly stirred to keep it looking appetizing.
I rate this place 9 out of 10.
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