If I told you that the £18 chicken satay was for one stick, was deep fried and covered in a indecipherable white sauce then I think you probably know enough.
It is not a Chinese restaurant but what do you call it. Some form of Knightsbridge client Chinese fusion perhaps. It was busy, lively and the waiters are making a big effort.
There were even a couple of decent dishes; the roast duck and the sweet and sour prawns. But that's it and they are the same price, or more, as a two Michelin star menu.
For those who know Chinatown history, think of a of a three dimensional food, cost and service space with Wong Kei and Mr Chow on very different edges.