The meat dishes were just ok - kind of takeaway style. The Mongolian beef was a bit too sweet and the beef treated with bicarbonate of soda a bit too much. It's often used to tenderise meat but too much and the meat breaks down and becomes a bit soggy. The salt and pepper pork wasn't spicy or seasoned enough and although it was super crispy it was sliced to thin for me so it ended up being more breadcrumb batter than pork. The fried rice and veggies were really tasty. Red Silks does the wok type dishes really well and there's always plenty of smokiness and flavour notes imparted from skilful wok cooking.
Portion sizes are hefty and as mentioned earlier wok cooked food is tasty. Usually when I come with Stef we share some vegetables, enjoy something with rice or fried rice and maybe a noodle dish and it's a very satisfying lunch, Our favourite is the water spinach with fermented bean curd. Can't get enough of it!
Decor wise it's a bit of an eclectic place. It's constantly Christmas with twinkly fairy lights and wreaths and reindeer decorations and it's like that any time we visit...so somewhat odd. But the food is good and it comes out quickly so I don't mind a brief stay at Santa's grotto. Stick with the wok dishes though.