This is a vast space, with good room between tables. The service starts off being attentive, but then the waiters all seem to disappear and it becomes difficult to obtain water, glasses or wine. The food was very good - the duck san chow bow and the salt and pepper prawns and calamari were stand out dishes. There was a group of us having one of the banquets, and there was plenty of food - no fighting over the last prawn. Least notable dish was the fried rice which was too bland. Lots of families. We would go back.
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