Had tried the Indian and Wetherspoons of previous evenings, and thought time for a chinese.
Wick is a small place and had noticed the chinese by its flashing lights on the way to the Indian, actually looked like something you would find in Soho and associated with strip bars.
The decor on entering the restaurant does not inspire either, lighting from Argos, Japanes pictures, poorly decorated, very small tables, fish in tank swimming around in cloudy water, happy birthday stickers on the wall (only me there and not my birthday) and small sherry galsses instead of wine glasses.
It was midweek when I was in, but the service was shambolic at times, the waitresses child was also in the kitchen and popped out now and again, and said very little.
Onto the food, which was the only saving grace, I had chicken and sweetcorn soup and special chow mein.
The soup was good and filling, the special chow mein was freshly cooked with 3 large prawns, beef, pork, chicken and vegetables on a bed of noodles and was very good, it just needed a wee bit more 5 spice or ginger for me, as it was a wee bit bland. But for £12 the food was very good.
If the manager was to get rid of the lights and spend a bit of money on the decor this could be a great place to eat.
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