This restaurant has been relatively consistent over years but our recent visit in May 13 was disappointing. Time has elapsed and thought we would give it another go.
The service is and always has been excellent. Prompt and helpful.
Our meal on this occasion was chilli quail (always great) wrapped prawns with chilli sauce (both were entrees, and for the main meal Szechuan Beef which we shared. This was accompanied bu Singapore Noodles. The Beef was exceedingly tender (MSG???) but the taste was rather more like sweet and sour rather than the spicy Szechuen cooking we have experienced at most other restaurants. Although enjoyable I have some doubts about the style of cooking for this dish.
Cost of $75 seems a bit high but given what we had it was reasonable.
Certainly will visit this restaurant again but perhaps will steer clear of anything cooked Szechuen style
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