This little restaurant has a very unwelcoming facade with a lot of graffiti on it. Inside it is gloomy as there are no windows. Heavy and chunky red laquered furniture which is very dated, Could do with a big makeover. The service was good but hardly surprising as I was the only one there at lunchtime. I ordered the standard 3 course lunch menu. It was very mediocre and nothing compared to a Chinese restaurant/cafe in Soho, London. Flavours were lacking which is a pity as nowadays there is a wide variety of vegetables and spices available in Granada, fresh ginger for example. It is not a place that I would invite anyone and I shall not be returning.
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