This place is what some Chilean thins a chinese restaurant should be like.
However for anyone who's actually been to a real chinese restaurant, they'll probably hate it.
I had a Parrilla China and my partner the sweet and sour pork, both with chaufan rice.
The rice was poor and was plain white rice with literally a couple of tiny squares of pork and one shred of egg.
The parilla China - a mixture of chicken breast and thin slices of very low quality beef that was riddled with gristle - had no taste beyond salty, very very salty. I couldn't finish it because I would've needed a couple of litres more water to wash it down.
The sweet and sour pork was tough and oversweet. Also could not be finished.
Service was mediocre but not too bad.
Also, annoyingly, none of the drinks were mentioned on the menu we were given, so clients have to guess what they want and how much it will cost.