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The decor of the paper mass Asian newspapers on the tables and the bar, coupled with the heat in music selection, the fittings and in the indoor and outdoor areas, make this a welcoming choice for a casual meeting. Grief Grief The dumplings are pretty cheese with a selection selected that selected shrimps, chives and scallops as well as beef rendang slider. Grief Grief The slightly narrow room is deceived to make it easy to accommodate tables of 10 or more, and I imagine this a great choice for nearby workers. Grief In terms of the value you offer here, I'm pretty much a fan, though some of the dumplings were slightly overcooked, the fleshy fillings and the great service more than. Grief Grief Another obvious favorite at Stanley Street!

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The sign reads the long goodbye - not sure if this would be here or what? But anyway - good value dumplings so as not to be in Chinatown, and they have a mix of Shanghai and Yumcha dumplings. Shrimp gowgee disappointing as it was not all shrimps: / Duck Wrap was excellent pile of duck good value. Everything was good, we could each with 3 drinks and 40 US dollars each. Good atmosphere, pretty popular

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Amazingly disappointing experience. We have never been to a restaurant that wanted to fight us from the start. We bought a voucher fair and square through Livingsocial. At the time of purchase, it was clearly stated that the booking was live and nothing else need be brought to the restaurant. That was not the experience this evening.<br> Fights from the start. The greeter, followed by the manager, demanded we provide an email with a "pin". Despite explaining multiple times that we had fulfilled the terms of the deal as per the purchase, the manager was relentless in demanding a piece of information we didn't have.<br> I reflected on this - perhaps there had been a communication between Livingsocial and the restaurant. Maybe so. Regardless, there had been weeks to identify and resolve this problem. I can only assume the restaurant decided it was better to live with this problem, as it was clear that several other tables there had the exact same issue on the evening.<br> We eventually solved the problem caused by the restaurant by requesting the website send through the email again. Other tables weren't so lucky.<br> Here's the bottom line - I assume restaurants partner with these sites to generate business, impress the customer and create loyal customers who want to come back. There's no way I ever want to come back to this restaurant again. The food we ultimately received was OK, the treatment we received was unforgivable. I'm sure they have their own story for this. If they do, it doesn't change my customer experience and the deep loathing I now hold for this place. Don't worry, we won't darken your doorstep again.