This little restaurant serving almost oriental dishes (mainly Chinese) was very popular in March 2011. It had two levels, incl. small cellar for private functions. Their menu had a good range of dishes, claiming that they hardly used any animal fat to cook them. The service was very efficient and swift! Some of the dishes did not necessarily resemble their original equivalent after which they were named (e.g. Sechuan chicken), but were very tasty nevertheless. The wine list was well below average. The decor was very pleasant. I did not notice any chopsticks in range.