Was pleasantly suprised to stumble across this place a few months back, though saying that must have walked past before - is that sort of a place, low profile.
Approach from opposite and it looks like some New York East Side tenement so was a litle suprised it was actually serving Chinese (or maybe more pan-Asian, but mainly Chinese) food. The inside was also a little unusual, with quite a lounge-bar feel. In the end we sat upstairs though which was more identi-kit Chinese-restaurant.
Food was of a good standard without being amazing. There was a choice of dim sum which looked worth an explore. Most attractive was the price though which for a bona-fide restaurant (as opposed to a noodle house or whatever) was very competitive - I THINK plenty of mains were under a tenner.
Hope that helps, to summarise decent enough food, interesting surroundings (sit downstairs) and great value for the area.
Agree with Bridgehouse-food is good,well priced,nice service (I prefer downstairs too) and there is a cute litlle bar downstairs for pre /after dinner or just 'pop in for ' drinks. There is also an area next the bar just a couple of steps further down to which can be used for private functions.
Take away service is also an option-can't remember if it has a 10% discount for that but I don't think there is a delivery service.Don't quote me though.
Actually I went in again last night as it happens (I think this thread got me thinking about the place); anyway the menu has changed, has been slimmed down a bit and more 'general' foods rather than just Chinese. The Dim Sum has all but disappeared, I would guess maybe they are not busy enough to justify the size of menu previously offered...
Anyway other than that I would stand by the previous review - have to disagree that it is expensive soundman, my kung po chicken was £5.80, rice extra but still very reasonable all in!