Cave De Masse – white wine £11.75
Duck Gyoza £4.95 –
five deep-fried duck and leek dumplings. served
with a spicy cherry hoi sin sauce
three skewers of grilled chicken and spring onion
Gyoza -£4.50 –
five steamed, grilled chicken dumplings filled with cabbage,
chinese leaf, chinese chives and water chestnut. served with
a chilli, garlic, sesame and soy sauce
Yaki Soba – £6.45 –
teppan-fried soba noodles with egg, chicken, shrimps,
onions, green and red peppers, beansprouts and spring
onions. garnished with mixed sesame seeds, fried shallots
and pickled ginger.
Salmon Soba – £9.95
grilled teriyaki salmon fillet on a bed of teppan fried
soba noodles with curry oil, mangetout, red chillies,
red and spring onions, ginger, beansprouts and bok choi.
with teriyaki sauce, coriander and mixed sesame seeds
Mango Sorbet – £3.05 – one scoop each of mango and lychee sorbet
Coconut Reika – £3.15 – three scoops of coconut ice cream with mango sauce and roasted coconut.
YUM! Ultra quick service (bit too quick on the harrassing for a drink tho), quick delivery of course and fresh. I was a bit disappointed with the main course, although very fresh and a great portion it wasnt much different from something you would cobble together at home – say throwing a few bits and pieces out of your fridge and cupboard. The sides and desserts made up for it. Bit harrassing to get more drinks and to order dessert when we still had 1/2 btl of wine left. Servers were also a bit loud on speaking to others about how tips get sorted out, hmmm.
Overall good, but I’d be disappointed if I hadn’t brought my 2-4-1 voucher with me.