Great experience, came in quite late , 30 minutes before closing and still service was great .
Starters are excellent prawns they use are fresh, great sesame prawn toast , salt and pepper prawn and seaweed 👍🏼 also the lobster noodle was great , just wish it would be little less greaser but I guess that’s the Chinese way , beef also was smooth and light to digest . Like this place a lot probably top 3 oriental dining spots in London .
O yes also very fairly priced !
I had a perfectly pleasant evening until I received the bill. We ordered half a crispy duck which came with a tiny portion of spring onions and cucumber (suitable for a 1/4 crispy duck). We requested an appropriate serving for the dish and were charged £1.50 for the privilege. When the bill arrived (which was over £200) I queried the £1.50 charge and received a blunt response from a particularly arrogant waiter. I then decided we would take the £1.50 charge off the £25 service charge. He completely ignored my request. I will vote with my feet, I will not return. Sadly in my opinion the service has gone down hill, portions are smaller, greedy pricing & some arrogant staff. Save your money and go elsewhere.
The food was good (not amazing, the crab really didn’t have any meet, very different from the first time that I went to this restaurant), but the waiters were so rude that most of the customers complained. I regret having taken my parents there, they felt very uncomfortable.
An institution what more can I say, even after decades the lobster noodles are the best here by far. If you want dim sum go across the street to Royal China but if you crave some crustacean delights like crab or lobster come here.
The food and service was great. If your have a reservation it's better. I would go again