The dim sims and spring rolls were nice enough, we even commented that the spring rolls tasted as if they were made, not frozen. Unfortunately after that the pork ribs were not ribs, the schezuan style chicken, which I had verified was indeed that dish, closer resembled satay chicken, it did not even have a hint of spice. Then, the special fried rice, well it was far from special, sub-par actually. We had our hopes dashed as the restaurant was actually packed, and we took this as a good sign. The waitresses did not seem to be acquainted with the idea of sharing dishes either, which seemed strange, as this is general common practice in most chinese restaurants, for both entree and main we had to ask for dishes so we could share. The prices were good, but then they tended to match the level of food and service. The waitresses basically dumped us, our drinks and dishes at our table, with barely as smile (the drinks, both soft drinks, even came out a couple of minutes apart). We had the bill shoved in front of us at the counter and before we managed to hand over the money (which we already had in our hand) the waitress had turned her back on us to attend to something which was obviously of more interest to her.
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