Seafood matched with just the right spices is the main attraction of this small, friendly Cantonese restaurant. Standout dishes at the long-established place include steamed sea bass with ginger and spring onions, and chicken with peanut sauce. Flickering candles add a relaxing feel to the interior, although the tables are quite closely spaced and the decor is looking a little dated. Prix-fixe lunches, starting at £9.50 for three courses, are a good value. A take-out menu is available.
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