N.I. does chinese cuisine particularly well, but the All Seasons on the fringes of Belfast's 'de facto' Chinatown takes it to another level. I was told it's a family favourite of ours, however I had never actually been.
Upon arrival, the genuine, no nonsense, slightly 70's decor was pleasing (don't change it). It had a slightly San Francisco feel to it.
I was also pleased that throughout the evening members of the local Chinese community and students popped in for a quick bite and a chat.
As for the grub, the salt and chilli squid as a starter is fit for the gods (as are the salt and chilli prawns and dumplings). I had satay beef for main which is without doubt the best I have ever had (and I've had a lot). Others in my party had the sweet and sour pork and crispy beef. For me the secret to good Chinese food is if it's light but filling at the same time... and the All Seasons nails it.
The owner Richard is knowledgeable and friendly and clearly he lets the food to the talking here. 5 out of 5, and every bit of it.
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