Bill’s Wok Inn: Unit 2, Kingswells Avenue, Kingswells
I HAD heard only good things about Bill’s Wok Inn and decided to try it with a friend.
Without a glance at the menu, she ordered honey and chilli chicken (£5.10) – which is sadly my favourite too – and steamed rice (£1.50).
Being forced to think again, I chose the Malaysian satay beef (£4.90) and fried noodles (£2.30).
My pal’s chicken was deliciously tender with a slight kick, while the honey taste was distinct but not overly sweet.
My satay beef had a generous portion of sliced, tender pieces of meat with chunky pieces of pepper and onion, and a few sliced chillies.
The ingredients were fresh and crisp, but there was no hint of the nutty flavour I expected and it was too hot for my taste.
We finished with banana fritters (£1.90), and we both wolfed down the large pieces of sweet banana wrapped in a light batter and covered with a luscious syrup.