Steamed or grilled, with pork and courgette, with prawns, peppers, beef and celery, chicken, dry tofu, black mushrooms or white cabbage – it’s hard to choose between your ravioli dumplings. The cooking here isn’t sophisticated, but the restaurant serves simple, fresh ravioli for just a few euros – €4 for 10, €20 for 100. They come with good salads too – with rice, seaweed, potatoes, peanuts, spicy beef or octopus (€2.50), and soups are also on the menu.
It’s busy and popular, manned by the charming Yu Ying and her husband, who are also happy to package up leftovers into doggy bags or arrange meals to take away. The dining area is traditionally simple, with a few tables under neon lights and walls hung with good luck charms.