Sunday night booking for 4 ( as others a graduation related visit to the city) - a favourite recommendation for the two younger diners. The upstairs restaurant, featured in many adverts, was closed, and the downstairs is rather dark for a summer's evening. Trendy circular alcoves, large lampshades etc, young friendly staff Extensive menu of SE Asian food ( Chinese, Thai, Malaysian.. but not Indian). When with folks who already know what they are eating it made it difficult to read through it and 3 of us opted for the easier set menu, £23 ( £2 extra for the soup course)- limited choice ( both meat based) on first course, though lots of variety on mains, choice rice, noodles (an unnecessary and mean £1 extra!) etc. Generous portions of mains; food tasty and well- cooked. Had a pot of Chinese tea( waiter totally unable to advise on this and seemed to think I wanted a traditional English tea), beer, wine, coke and tap water. On the expensive side.; 10% service charge added though waitress pointed this out and asked if this was acceptable.
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