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Review: The Water Dragon Plymouth

May 6, 2011

The Water Dragon Plymouth is an all you can eat (or eat as much as you like is the ‘politically correct’ term these days), serving typical asian style takeaway. I use the term typical as I’m sure Asian people wouldn’t say it reflected their cuisine, but it’s the ‘glocalised‘ version more popular with English taste buds, supposedly. If you want authentic Asian food in a relaxed environment, then I’d suggest you go to Asia Chic, but if your looking for a hearty Asian-British style meal (Chips mixed with sweet and sour sauce) with a really up-beat vibe to it then go to Water Dragon.

The food was varied, served hot, tasted fresh and frequently changed. They have a self serve stir fry area with chefs to serve you up a sizzling treat and a sushi chef keeping the sushi counter filled. For an after exam celebration with some course mates and a couple of beers it was the ideal stop.

Prices – Weekend £12.80, Weekdays £11.80 (although a small surcharge of 80p was added to our meal…?)

Food Experiment day 126:

07.45 Bran Flakes and Sultanas
10.40 Toast with peanut butter x2
15.50 Chicken and Bacon Sub from loafers
19.45 Dinner:
Main:
Chow Mein Noodles,
Crispy Seaweed,
Curry rice,
Chicken korma,
Crispy chicken,
Prawn cracker,
Half pork dumpling,
King prawn,
Nibble of beef dumpling,
Chilli and garlic beef,
Satay chicken with extra satay,
Prawn toast

Dessert?


More noodles with chilli sauce,
Beef chilli noodles,
Chilli Beef and Onion Stir Fry

Desert:
Eton Mess
Bourbon biscuit with cream? (Pictured)
Milk bottles x2

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