Time Out says
Serving Szechuan fare like the dried fried diced chicken, the Szechuan ma poh tofu as well as steamboat, Da Ban is a restaurant with an immersive, elaborate decor, echoing that of ancient China (round orifices as entrances, wooden tables and bamboos looming). Da Ban is largely ignorant of the concept of moderation, because the portions have been described as being of monolithic proportions; so, if you’ve got a regular human appetite, you should come in packs of four or more. There is also bottomless Chinese tea, but you can also choose to go for beer, soft drinks or juices. Da Ban opens until 4am.