Don't order the High Tea it is £25 per head and very little food. Quality is good but you leave hungry.
All you can eat yum cha (dim sum as they call it here...) on weekends. £20 plus service at the time of writing. Only order what you can eat ;)
Have the whole duck yummy!
New high-end Cantonese/dim sum restaurant where Chez Gerard used to be
The seasonal tasting menu is £20 for 3 courses, which is a fantastic value for the delicious quality food you get.
Festive menu £25 three courses and glass of champagne
Good for Peking duck and wasabi prawns. Other a la carte dishes are only average. Very expensive for what you get.
Food and environment is good
If you love Chinese Food, you simply have to visit this restaurant, they serve outstanding meals that are out of this world.
The fried crab is a bit spicy but heavenly good. For a starter the ducksallad - you could have it as a main as well, it's big. But remember ask for a fork if you don't have super skills with sticks.
Fried squid has to be one if the tastiest and least greasy squid I've ever had, spicy too!
£16.80 all you can eat dimsum Sat & Sundays. Fine, authentic food in relaxing, lush, palatial-style dining room full of period features and character. Get to it before it finishes.