We made an effort to get here, on the other side of Jerusalem from where we were, because the online menu showed a lot more imagination than one expects from Far Eastern restaurants here.
We were disappointed.
Most of us had the kao lao soup as a first course. It was pretty transparently made of weak chicken broth, some pieces of chicken breast, rice noodles, and some other odds and ends. It was pretty bland. If it had not been for the coriander leaves, it would have been tasteless.
I had the vegetarian egg roll as my next course. Also pretty tasteless. One of my children had the entrecote yakitori. He said that the meat was very tough.
For the main courses we had stir-fried noodles with chicken and sweet chili sauce - a sort of lo mein - and Szechwan chicken. Neither was especially good.
On the day we were here they had neither duck nor beef (as a main course, anyway). That left us with rather limited possibilities.
The atmosphere was rather like the emergency room of a government-run madhouse, but I guess we should have expected that in a shopping mall at lunchtime.
My spouse said about all that one can say in favor of this restaurant: Nothing was actually disgusting.
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