Catch a quick snack when out shopping or meet a few friends and enjoy a selection of steamed dim sum filled with chicken and Chinese mushroom, or crab and cream cheese.
For mains try the peppered prawns – battered and stir-fried with onion and fresh black pepper. Also recommended is the spicier bang bang duck, stir-fried in green beans, lemongrass, chilli, garlic and Thai herbs.
The Thai Silk, a decadent duo of white and dark chocolate mousse balls, bursts with delectable flavours.
The drinks menu includes a litchi and lemongrass cooler, an Oriental infusion of vodka and Japanese rice wine, fresh lemongrass and vanilla sugar, as well as a selection of SA wines and French champagnes. Ask your waiter for the tea offering.
Friendly and polite.
Relaxed and inviting.
Oriental cuisine at its best.
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Wonton soup with pork dumplings resulted in 2 days of food poisoning and unbearable cramps.
Tasty food, exceptional and intuitive service. Good wine and atmosphere. Well worth the cost.
Had my dinner-club here earlier this week. Service was a bit rushed, and non-attentive. Dim sum was good, as always. The Peking Duck was slightlly dry, unfortunately. Sure it was just an off night.