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Really friendly service and great food. Have wanted to go here for a while super relaxed and delicious’ Taiwanese chicken and edamame beans are a highlight, and the baos perfect - especially the soy chicken special! Good cocktails too!
Have lived in the area for over a year now but its only since Lockdown has eased that we have been quite so aware of how popular this place was. Every time we walked by it seemed to be packed. After having to cancel a...More
Moved to the area, and always known about this place. Finally tried it. Booked a table for two Sunday am, for 2pm as we knew they were busy. Arrived, seated immediately. Staff are polite and lovely. Nice table, and busy as usual. Ordering is simple,...More
I am so pleased my partner and I finally visited after meaning to for a few months (after reading about online). I was under the impression it was more takeout but was so pleasantly surprised by the intimate dark ambience and coziness of the restaurant...More
So food is amazing, service is pretty awful. One waitress so so so so so rude and insulting clearly did not want to be there. Unfortunately in hospitality u gotta fake it. Never have i experienced such a rude person in rhe hospitality sector. Other...More
My girlfriends and I went for a bottomless brunch, sadly one of. The girl was sooo rude from the outset, she also made us very u comfortable, and then shouted at us for having drinks. Amazingly, most of the staff were lovely and welcoming. Stay...More
Such a cool restaurant, very busy and delicious food. Small-ish menu which is always a good sign but good specials options. Miso brownie was unreal. It was the cheapest place we ate at throughout 4 days in london but also the best food
Great service and really attentive staff. The Bao was very nice as were the sweet potato fries. Some of the dishes were strangely cold. I guess that’s just how they come but cold boiled broccoli and aubergine were a little odd as they must have...More