We visited here because there was no electricity in the village where we were staying. We arrived at 9pm and it was not that busy, but over the course of an hour it was practically full. We ordered a selection of starters for 4 of us and enjoyed them all, Spring Rolls, prawn crackers, bbq ribs, prawn toast and salted chicken wings. We then had Peking duck, which was delicious. The pancakes were not like those in the UK, but were fine. The veg were spring onions, cucumber and carrot - only complaint was that there was not enough of the vegetables. We chose 5 main courses and to be honest they were huge portions and we were all a little taken aback with the vast quantity of food. We were unable to eat it all which was a shame. They do offer take home "doggy bags", so if you are self catering that would be fine.
All in all it was a nice change and we would go back, but order less next time.
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