The initial welcome and was a little hurried and drinks took a while to arrive so it wasn't as relaxing and efficient as it could have been but we got there.
- Chicken satay skewers
- Pork spring rolls
- Beef pho
- Chicken laksa
All fairly traditional dishes that we've eaten many times before so that means they need to be done well to make a good impression.
Chicken skewers were passable - a little dry but decent flavour. Pork spring rolls were better - crispy and tasty and piping hot.
The pho was ok Steve said. Not as good as I Love Pho on Victoria Street but not terrible. The laksa was also ok but not the best I've had. I guess it was a Vietnamese style laksa so the flavours were a lot more delicate and it was fragrant with lemongrass but it didn't have the deep, spiciness of a Malaysian laksa. Also I enjoy mixed noodles, Hokkien and vermicelli which is more traditional but here I had the noodles used in pho and the vermicelli so the contrast between noodle textures wasn't there.
It was a reasonable quick bite. There are others to try that have similar offerings so it's set an adequate standard so we'll try others and see.