We dropped in here pre-theatre, without a booking and it was fairly quiet so fortunately we’d no trouble getting a table. There were a few other guests so the atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant.
The restaurant has a modern, fairly minimalist style interior.
Due to time of our visit we had a choice from either their pre-theatre menu (2 or 3 course deals from a restricted list) or the full menu. We went for the latter purely on personal preferences with the dishes.
Whilst we waited for our orders to arrive we were provided with complementary prawn crackers with a sweet chilli sauce. We both had a small glass (125ml) of the house white wine which was a sauvignon blanc and very pleasant too (£3.50 per glass).
My Duck Roll starter (£6.30) consisted of four rolls, a leaf of lettuce by way of garnish and some chilli & hoi sin sauce. It was all very tasty. My wife very much enjoyed the Prawn Toast (£6.80), the coating for which was prawn flavoured with lemongrass and chilli.
We both chose the Steamed Seabass (£16.50 each) for our mains. The filet of sea bass had a nice texture and broke easily which made eating it with chopsticks perfectly manageable. It was flavoured with ginger, spring onions and soya sauce and also in the mix were shitake & enoki mushrooms all of which combined to provide a great tasting dish. We shared a bowl of jasmine rice (£2.80) to accompany the fish and this proved to be more than enough for our plates.
Service provided by the young staff was very pleasant.
Toilets were modern in keeping with the style of restaurant and were in good condition at the time of our visit.
We’ve been here before and it would be our choice of venue in Glasgow for an oriental style meal. Cost on this occasion for two courses for two people with a drink, was just under £56 which we thought reasonable value for money.
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