a coarse but tasty large bowl with a couple of very large gluey won tons followed by a sweet and sour 'breaded' prawns.
This had very thick batter, a bit like a covering of a banana fritter and a sweet, gluggy sauce. The last dish we tried was a prawn chow mein.
Extremely unrefined but again reasonably tasty, the bean shoots and cabbage being overcooked. There was no sign of chop sticks and we didn't ask for them. This cafe style restaurant
gave me a sense of deja vu of my childhood experiences at suburban Chinese restaurants where steak and eggs was on the menu and there was no conception of haute cuisine. Score 11.5/20