We visited the Xing Hai on a quiet Friday night, we had friendly efficient service and all the dishes we ordered were really taste. We will definitely return as this is a good value friendly relaxing restaurant.
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Never mind the excellent sweet and sour chicken and the exceptional crispy duck and pancakes, and the authentic Chinese decor, the Xing Hai (new name) has the most friendliest Chinese waitress I've ever had the pleasure to be served by. Go!
What can i say...well theres a name change its called xinghal. DONT GO ON EVENT DAYS!!!!. Waitted over 70 minutes for food!!!! Was asked 3 times what was ordered. 3 different meals came and went that where wrong. A large party had there meals in...More
lovely staff. food was served hot and was of a very high standard I had the gung po prawns which was excellent my hubby chose the special curry the meals were excellent this is a lovely place to eat
After having a table booked for a family birthday party, we arrived at this establishment to find it closed and found out it had been closed down for over a week. Despite a dreadful shock to our party of seven including the birthday girl, I...More
This is a nice little Thai restaurant with a great view of the wold famous Iron Bridge. The food is good, uncomplicated Thai food. What lets this place down is the experienced and seemingly poorly trained wait staff who are not very comfortable in their...More
A thai green curry without sauce!? awful...lumps of meat (unknown) but they insisted it was a curry..no no. returned to the waitress & no payment made for it.
A very nice Chinese restaurant with an excellent view, food is really tasty in fine surroundings and what a view! mi wife and I enjoyed the food here, very very good as we are Chinese connoisseurs, as we love Chinese food and this was really...More
The view helped make this a good experience. The food was freshly cooked, good portions and richly-flavoured with fresh authentic ingredients, a lump of fresh ginger nearly blew my head off...not a complaint, but a compliment. Probably less sophisticated than a couple of places in...More