Competition is rife among the plethora of Chinese takeaways on the Lisburn Road but the Pak Lok does very well. It offers a welcoming, bright interior ... More
Competition is rife among the plethora of Chinese takeaways on the Lisburn Road but the Pak Lok does very well. It offers a welcoming, bright interior and the staff are friendly and accommodating. There are even a few tables and chairs where you can eat, if you can't control your appetite long enough to get home. Their specialities are Szechuan and Cantonese dishes. Some items on the menu are pretty unusual such as chicken, cucumber and carrot with garlic sauce, or the king prawn with young corn, straw mushrooms and green pepper. The black bean sauce dishes are also recommended. Delivery is available.
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