I will certainly vote for the food (duck). It was one of the best in Chinatown UK. However (here comes the bad part)....I was there for a dinner on the first day of Chinese new year 2009 and was having a fried vegetable and also a mix platter of duck and pork with one portion chinese tea and a coke.
Also in the bill was two white rice.Duck and pork is £8.00, Vegetable is £7.00, two white rice is £ 4.40, Chinese tea is £0.50 and coke is £1.80 which i comes to £21.70. It was never stated there is a 10% service charge but i assume they will as most of them does. £21.70 + 2.20 (10%) = £23.90 but i was charged £25.00. Partly my mistake as i did not asked for the details when i pay then bill, but do understand as they are tight with table on that dinner time and i was merely try to get myself out of the way as soon.
Well OK i was overcharged £1.10 which i dont mind giving but what annoys me was that the waitress even have the guts to ask me would like to add any tips to the bill? (I was using my card to pay).Come on this is not an honest way of doing business, imagine if this is done to all the customer.
Not like i am discouraging you people going there, but when you are there and about to pay your bill, JUST check all the items before paying. Have a Happy Chinese Ox Year !!