Leigh House remarkably recreates the aura of a Chinese restaurant in the charming town of Beaconsfield where it captures the essence of the Orient without making it unrecognizably exotic. The décor doesn't overwhelm but quietly reminds you of the underlying Far Eastern connection, creating an anticipation that quite charges your appetite. The dishes follow a wonderful pattern of Cantonese, Pekinese and Szechuan styles bringing a number of tastes and textures to your palate.
The gourmet hors d'oeuvres offer a selection of hot starters although you could also choose sweet and sour fried won ton for your appetiser. Move on to a traditional shredded beef fillet with long bean and black pepper sauce, or the chef's speciality of dressed bird's nest with scallops and prawns. There are numerous options for rice, noodles and curries while fish, seafood, pork and beef come to the table in various delectable avatars. For dessert, you could try the almond jelly with fruits and the wide range of wines offers you numerous choices.