We went out for Chinese last night. I'm sure that in every country Chinese restaurants adapt their menus to the country they're in - like MacDonalds does for example - seen Pulp Fiction where they talk about how they sell beer in McDs in France?
On the menu here you can get steamed ravioli - which I don't remember seeing on menus in UK Chinese restaurants - it's really nice, I intended taking a photo of the ravioli, but before I had time to think like a blogger, they were already in my stomach, sorry - la prossima volta :) . There is also spaghetti alla piastra on the menu (see photo) - not sure how that translates, maybe noodles on a hot plate? Next we had algae fritti/seaweed (- as pictured), bamboo and mushrooms, Cantonese rice and beer to drink, all very good and for a very reasonable price.
Being always the Neapolitans - meaning that we cannot eat without bread, we also ordered pane cinese (Chinese bread) hahaha (see the picture below if you don't believe me) I'm sure that was created purely for the Neapolitan Chinese restaurant market, but I may be wrong....
I adore the food here - maybe even too much! - but I do enjoy a trip to the Chinese for a change of taste. On a Saturday night it gets quite busy with quite a young crowd out to taste something different to the usual.