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Sharing is caring. One thing i really like about Chinese food, is the ease with which people can share food together. With my brother moving to a new area, it meant i had a chance to try a new restaurant. A thoroughly recommended restaurant and one that had ease of access and a chance to share food with family.
From the starters to the mains and the spinning turntable in the middle, Chinese restaurants are open to sharing and experiencing all types of food. A bit of chicken, some duck, pork and beef, this alongside noodles and rice and everyone can say which one was their favourite, knowing well that everyone had a taste.
The food overall was okay, nothing too special to be honest.
The soup lacked a bit of seasoning, so i dumped a lot of soy sauce in there.
The whole duck pancake was fine enough (it comes to a point, where a Chinese restaurants need something extra special to stand out).
The main courses were all okay too, nothing stood out and not really special, but edible and quite tasty.
I will not be rushing back here any time soon, only to see my brother.
A good sharing option, but a bit pricier than China Town and nothing that makes it stand out.
It is all about the company though- thanks brothers.