Hunan has a massive line-up on its menu covering Chinese and Thai dishes and has over time ensured that they nail pretty much all of the dishes. I love the fact that it is a child-friendly restaurant, where special care is taken of kids at the table. Try the 'Chicken Velvet Soup' with lots of colourful vegetables and water chestnuts for that added crunch. The 'Minced Pork and 'Mushroom Soup' is a good one too. Head on directly to the Dimsum and try the 'Pork Flower Dumplings' as well as the 'Sesame Chicken Pot Stickers'. It is 6 to a portion so plan well. The 'Char Siu Bao' is really well done, with a good choice. Some other good options are the 'Chicken Lettuce Cup', with spring onions and water chestnuts. The 'Shredded Pork Beijing style' is good too. For the vegetarians, the 'Chinese Scallion Pancakes' are my pick, as well the 'Edamame Wontons', the 'Salt and Pepper Silken Tofu' and the 'Soft Corn Curd Chilli Pepper'. Among the main courses, the 'Lo Han Hai, Tofu and Chinese Cabbae with Vermicelli Noodles' is good, as is the 'Hunan Trio Zi Ji' which is a spicy gravy. This is surf and turf of sorts and works really well. The 'Prawns in XO Sauce' are also great. There is a massive choice when it comes to the rice and noodles segment. Vegans have the 'Vegan Ham Fried Rice' to look forward to. The 'Seven Jewel Rice' is also quite indulgent. There is a meal in bowl options that you can look at if perusing a menu is tedious. The 'Burmese Khowsuey', the 'Thai Curries' and much more. You will need multiple visits to get through the Thai menu that is also extensive.