One doesn't always expect high-class Asian food in an average European city (and vice versa!) and dinner at Szechwan restaurant proved disappointing to my admittedly cosmopolitan palate. The menu is limited and the dishes are prepared with all manner of unacceptable short cuts. For example, the single fried rice dish had shrimps (OK tasting) and fried, chewy 'ribbe' - hardly what you'd want if you were expecting some semblance of yeung chow fried rice. And on and on. I was a bit surprised to be told this was the best Chinese restaurant in town.
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