Take it from me, the three dishes for a tenner deal at China House is an absolute steal.
We ordered five - fearing small portions - and were left with plenty of leftovers.
Spare ribs were gigantic hunks of proper meat doused in a rich Peking sauce.
Special chow mein was the best we’ve ever tried - light, fresh, crisp.
Equally good was the sweet and sour chicken, with what seemed to be fresh pineapple, home-made batter and a light hand behind the wok.
Stuffed but determined, we forced down a delightfully peppery roast pork Cantonese style with plenty of chilli, veg and paper thin meat slices.
The only let down was the salt and pepper chicken, which was a little flaccid and needed more crispiness.