Nice little restaurant that was very accommodating of our pram. A group of 7 and not one of us left disappointed. We all ate entree, main and dessert, with some sticking with true and tried classics and others venturing out to taste things they'd never tasted before. We really got into the 'asian way' an although ordered our own meals there was a lot of sharing going on.
There wasn't a bad entree tried at all on our table with the squid, curry puffs and the parker's gems were the outstanding dishes. Mains were all fantastic although the signature dish, the triace duck, was voted as being over rated more so to do with the over powering sauce. The king prawns were delicious as was ever rice and noddle dish consumed on the table.
Desserts were a little hit and miss. All were well presented but most had very distinctive flavours and textures so they were more an adventure and 'glad we tried' than 'oh that was awesome'.
The place has a bit of character with pigeon holes filled with grocery items and some random knick knacks on display. You can see into the kitchen and everything looks above board. It is rather dark and they certainly make use of every bit of the little space.
The staff all had their own character, the top waiter (possibly the owner) knew everything on the menu back to front. One of the Malaysian waitresses was entertaining but it was due mostly to her 'greasies' and short comments, oddly enough it just added to our night. A great place to eat!