The Upper House
This review is taken from the 2013 edition.
Last year’s Eastern Platform is this year’s Upper House – a change in management and a slight reigning-in of the pan-Asian menu. It’s an improvement. Gone are some of the more frivolous Thai and Japanese numbers, but classics like chicken gyozas, teriyaki and pattayas remain, alongside the satays, Malaysian sambal curries (more subtly sweet and sour than the sweet and sour we’re used to) and Cantonese favourites. It’s actually a pleasant change to have a takeaway menu from this region that doesn’t exhaust you with it’s multitudinous options. And (foodies look away) their salt and chilli chips – fries finished in the wok with fresh pepper and chilli – are a bit of a local legend. Typical order: chicken teriyaki and boiled rice £6.30
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