Maybe we visited on an off-night but our food experience didn’t match the 5 star reviews. The welcome and look of the place was lovely but from a taste point of view our verdict was ‘nice but ...’ thanks to food that was attractively presented but not bursting with the fresh, zingy flavours that I expected.
Several menu choices were of the type where you choose your meat/veg to go with the sauce and there were a lot of deep fried items. Low point was a chicken salad drowned in a peanut satay sauce, best dish was salt and pepper squid that was nearly great.
This is clearly a popular neighbourhood restaurant, good value at around £20 a head including starters, mains and a few beers and we had a pleasant evening out but ...
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