One time when I was 14, back when the restaurant was named some permutation of Eastwood garden peking seafood restaurant, my parents were attending an open house in Eastwood and left me here to have lunch here by myself.
I went back a few weeks ago (June 2020) with my partner for dinner, just as the COVID-19 restrictions in NSW were relaxed to allow 50 patrons in a restaurant. I think there must have been 100 of us inside by the time we were done with dinner, which gave me a sense of unease.
The Shandong chicken was a standout.
The deep fried salt and pepper tofu was in surprisingly big pieces but yummy.
The tofu and salted fish hot pot was not what I expected (you can see from the photo it was white).
This chicken mushroom soup was also very good and wholesome.
Overall the food was good but the disregard for public health regulations lost this restaurant points, and perhaps should lose this restaurant its license to operate. Keeping people safe is more important than making money.