...then lunch here is a 'full filling' experience. An unprepossing entrance with a lift for wheelchairs and push chairs takes you to a large restaurant where everything is selfserve and as much as you can eat. Lunch is £7.20 for adults and £4.25 children. Yes, that's almost as cheap as a burger and chips. But here you can help yourself to crispy duck, satay, chicken, prawn, noodles, rice (and those chips). Profiteroles, ice creams, fruit, cakes - all help yourself. Paper table cloths, bit of a canteen atmosphere but plates whisked away so you can start again! My favourite is a chicken stuffed omellete with Singapore noodles and chilli sauce. You are spoilt for choice. Highly recommended if you're not too fussy about ambience, don't mind helping yourself and in the mood for a really good tuck in.
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