I don't think anyone is being paid to post, but when The Bangkok Cafe gets a "great food" review (in a previous post) one feels compelled to speak up abt genuinely great food, for which I think Silver Spoon qualifies.
Am I the only one who thinks Bangkok Cafe is only so-so?
had the same underwhelming experience at Chapter 1. Once we were waiting an hour for the food and the waitress informed us that the cook was out buying the vegetables .The only thing decent there was the Indian so no reason go there now since that has moved down the street.
Speaking of Indian, the first time I went to Cacaja rt after it opened it was great. Since then I have been back 3 times and the portions seem to shrink with each visit. Shrinking portions and inconsistent dishes seem to be a common problem with restaurants in China. You order sth once and it's great, the second time it's horrible or it may very well have morphed into a completely different dish.
I could bore you to tears with my bad restaurant stories. One thing that I advise you is go to Chengdu if you want to experience real gongbao jiding. I can't even eat it here in KM after experiencing the real thing, usually it's even lacking 1 or 2 key ingredients such as huajiao or a little sugar.
my friend had major visa problems with this school.
I can't provide any details abt my friend's situation b/c it's her story not mine, and I don't want to cause any problems for her, but I can tell you she was clearly not at fault.
One thing interesting abt KUST Northern Language Institute is it's not really officially part of KUST at all. But don't trust me on this - you can ask someone from the provincial Education dept about it.
However if you're having a great experience there more power to you. No matter what school you study at it's the teacher you have that matters.
This place has great, inexpensive Thai food. The only problem is that it can often be crowded, and you'll end up having to sit down on the sidewalk at a table with people you don't know (which can be fun, but it depends on what kind of mood you're in) I would especially avoid it on weekdays at lunch time because it's near a high school whose students pack the place out at this hour. For the same food with a far more relaxing and quieter atmosphere I suggest the Tai Lai on Wacang Zhuang.
Teresa's pizza has some good toppings, but these do not a pizza make, there are. They are not very tasty, the taste is limited to toppings+cheese+tomato sauce, and seem to lack some of the classic Italian spices that should be on pizza. I would rather eat pizza @ Wei's, Pisa, Rocco's any day. Their pizzas aren't great but Teresa's is even more lackluster.