The consistent food quality is what makes this place innately popular with patrons. The food is as simple and unpretentious as it used to be when this restaurant first opened in 2004. The diverse menu with periodic new additions ensures it caters to a wide palate. Non-vegetarians may have an added advantage with a plethora of options, but it is not as if the vegetarians need despair. The bar menu is exhaustive and offers a fine selection. The 'Soft Tofu and Clear Noodle Soup with vegetables' is a medley of subtle flavours and the varied textures equally appease your taste buds. 'Sliced Chicken with Kaffir Lime' is aromatic and comforting. For those who can handle blazing flavours, 'Fiery Sapo Chicken in a clay pot' is a treat. While most Chinese restaurants offer staid desserts, this place has a wide choice. The staff is well-versed with the menu, and the service is efficient, yet unobtrusive. The food here is without preservatives and flavour enhancers.