The Laughing Buddha serves Peking and Szechuan cuisine in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. The service is friendly and polite; the portions large and the interior perky featuring babbling water and colorful foliage. Founded in nineteen eighty three this Chinese restaurant attracts a sizeable crowd because of its fare. Regular guests also enjoy the karaoke in the basement dinner and dance area at sundown.
Sesame prawn toast and pan-fried dumplings to start and main course feasts of lobster, lamb and a combination of crispy aromatic duck, pancakes and plum sauce make for a heady meal. The menu also takes in a good range of poultry, sea food, meat and vegetable options. The other attractions on the menu are the sweet and sour dishes and duck pancakes. A variety of desserts and a well chosen wine list provide you with more reasons to have a good time out.