Having visited China so many times, I have come to realize that Chinese foods as much as the geography varies. Food from the coastal areas is so different from that from central China. North, South, West all have different kinds of food on there menu. One thing however I found out after travelling to various parts of the country is the exotic nature of the various menus. Standard course meals is not like the typical starters, main meal and afters. You could have courses up to thirty at times. So it is a tall order trying to get a real Chinese meal outside China. Most so called meals are so internationalized that it's lost it's through real Chinese nature. So going to this Chinese restaurant on Praed street I did not really expect much and I did not get much. I ordered for fish and all they had was fish with bread crumbs as if that was Chinese. The crab and corn soup was as if they got it from Sainsbury. Service was slow and price was seriously a bit too steep and not really worth it. Surprisingly this restaurant which is about hundred meters from Paddington Station was filled to the brim. I wouldn't go back here for a Chinese meal.
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