Ordered Udon Noodles with Prawn and Scallops (£14.95) and got 3 prawns and 1 scallop split into 2 pieces. Seriously. Plus 12.5% service.... not impressed.
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This pretty, if somewhat predictably done up mock "floating" Chinese restaurant nicely located in the Regents Park canal basin, is a hit and miss proposition. Service can be friendly and attentive at one moment and then be neglectful and cold a few minutes later. It...More
Hindsight is a wonderful thing. We saw several varieties of salt & pepper deep fried...shrimp, squid, aubergine... you get the idea. We had a couple of those and their sea bass which wasn't fresh. We stopped eating because we thought we might get sick later....because...More
I have noticed this floating Chinese restaurant by London Zoo for years, but never got round to visiting it before. As it was my son’s birthday so I thought this might be a good choice for a family celebration, but I was a little concerned...More
I had very high hopes from this restaurant but I have to say I was a little disappointed. A member of staff was sitting on the floor of the restaurant doing some sort of DIY during our meal which we thought was quite peculiar and...More
Ok this is actually a pretty cute place. A floating restaurant on the regents canal no less But the service is very China town cafe style so just be prepared for that and you will be fine. The trick is to get very friendly and...More
Sat us near their kitchen which I didn't mind. Ordered our lunch. Heard a microwave door open and close. Bing! And food was immediately delivered to our table. Wow! We just paid for microwaved leftovers. Hoping that the shrimp and scallops aren't bad.