Yes Anupji and popsha you are right.
The sizzlers that we had in mumbai`s famous kobez was far better than this. I remember very well since i travel quite frequently to mumbai. Both the rise and the breast of chicken is present in it.
Now one interesting thing about chopsticks :
When we couldn`t find a table at sher-e-punjab we went to this place and we quite liked the ambiance. We were 5 of us and we were greeted by a waitress dressed in her uniform. She was very courteous and helped us with the menu since we inquired about how the dish we wanted to order was prepared and presented. The order was taken, and now we were talking among ourselves and observing the Chinese interiors which was very well done up in that place. A pic of which is attached (some camera issue so half of the pic got screwed) for you all to see.
The waitress get us our ordered food. While we were getting served by her, we were making wild plans of buying that place (actually we were just kidding). And i think she overheard us. So after the dinner we went to the cash counter where in the comfort of a luxury chair surrounded by loads of music cassette (no CD`s. They have a hugh collection of cassettes) sat a man who looked very sophisticated. We figured out he was the owner. So, we asked him if he wanted to sell the hotel or if he wished to enter into a partnership. He told us he was not the owner and then when asked upon who the owner was, he pointed his fingers to ............
The owner of this place is a women who serves her guest herself along with her other staff. What i mean to say is that she appears as just another waitress. I was touched by the level of her commitment to serve her guest and this also thought me a lesson in customer service.
We went up to her not to ask her to sell her hotel but to thank her for the exceptional service she gave us and the way she is treating every customer. This also explains us that even if the food is not that good, you can always make it up with your service.
P.S. The man on the counter was also her employee. The husband of the owner stays in the U.S. and the restaurant is the result of her hobby in cooking food and serving people.