There are, since the previous reviewer's visit, plenty of shared tables.
Lunch specials range from £4.60 to £5.20. Their range of dishes include Thai, Chinese and Malaysian.
Yes, the chicken wings are nice, but the soups and rice dishes are the main event - my Malaysian Laksa, a huge bowl of spicy noodle soup, was big enough to jump into and far too much for a single person to eat alone.
The atmosphere is authentic, as is the food; Yen is popular with Chinese and Malaysian customers and its decor sparse but original - like a little café in the suburb of a big Asian city. Great for a tasty holiday at lunchtime.
I have to say this place is possibly the worst restaurant I have been to. There's no atmosphere and its dirty and ugly inside. Located underground, it looks for like a basement than a restaurant. The food is just atrocious, the rice is hard and the curry just made me want to throw up.
PLEASE AVOID AT ALL COST. Do not trust the fake reviewers!
I really like this place and can't quite put my finger on it.
Small little take out run by around 3 people. Huge selection on the menu and the majority of it is cooked immediately infront of you. The spicy chicken wings are delicious, cheap and beat KFS anyday!
There is only one table in the place, normally occupied by on of their staff.
Prices are very reasonable and the portions are large. Always friendly and polite when serving too.
Recommended if you're in the area or have just finished work!
i lurv this place it's been looking after my hungry tummy moments since 1999 as i've worked around the corner. choice of three starters and piled mains keep us coming back sometimes week after week to fulfill that lunchtime 'satisfaction'. we like to call it the greasy-chopstick. peace-out!
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