At $9.50 it was not only a bargain, pricewise, it was very acceptable in every other way. Made up of two pieces of crumbed chicken wings, spring rolls, spare ribs, beef and rather heavily breaded prawns prawns served on a platter around a small flaming brassier. Attractive to look at and good to eat. We followed this with a combination seafood platter ($13.50).
This was presented in a crunchy thin pastry shell shaped basket and had lots of scallops, prawns, some lobster and lots of lightly cooked vegetables - broccoli, snow peas, cellery and bamboo shoots. The whole lot was on abed of lettuce with a strip of turnip beautifully reshaped to a display complex flower. Added to this was a complimentary soup, won ton or hot and sour. I guess theyre not very good at making won ton pastry herem but it was a tasty soup,
half eaten in this picture. Before the check we were presented with a small plate of pineapple pieces.
A very decent meal that also tasted and looked good. Score: 14/20