Things you can say in favour of the previous series of ‘Dexter’: an almost identical series ending to that of series five may have been comically formulaic, but at least this time it let his sister see him doing the murderation, thus righting what was little short of a pussy-foooted scriptwriting debacle. Also… nope, that’s it.
If you bothered to plough through series six, presumably this time round you’ll be gripped by a reinvigorated premise (ie the first time they’ve actually bothered to advance the plot’s formula beyond the first series) as the titular serial killer tries to convince Deborah that he slipped and murdered a guy as a little whoopsie. However, for the majority of viewers, this will be too little too late. So consider this three stars for the programme itself, but only two stars for the series’ continued existence.
There certainly seems to be plenty of longevity to this Chinese restaurant on Uxbridge Road - it's been going for nearly 40 years. Throughout that time it's been in the Lou family, with Lawrence Lou - son of the original owner - currently holding the reins. The menu options are flexible, with a number of set menus alongside traditional Chinese hors d'oeuvres, soups, rice dishes, noodles and mains. Dishes include sweet and sour chicken, Peking duck, chicken in yellow bean sauce and twice cooked pork belly with chilli bean sauce. There are four desserts, too.
Venue says: “Mouthwatering Peking cuisine with an emphasis on quality. Try our chef's choice menu for £27 per person.”