There was some debate about getting the Christmas Banquet Menu but by the end of it we think everyone was silently thankful that they saved $20 each and didn't get the banquet.
Eat fried tofu, chicken slider, duck, plain rice and crème caramel and perhaps either of the salads (both had good points but both seemed to have apple). Apparently the bar tender is pretty good according to people who've worked with him previously.
Our upbringing has made us suspicious of places that serves food from too many countries. Unfortunately we didn't realise this for Chi & Co until it was too late. Tables set with spoon and fork instead of chopsticks confused us...AH tells us it's a traditional table setting for Thai (this kind of makes sense because now that we think about it Thai restaurants generally don't have chopsticks) or they didn't give us chopsticks for another reason...
Chi & Co was generally decent quality food catered to non SE Asian tastes, generally too sweet but at the same time it had flashes of really good.
Son in law egg - we like scotched egg better. This is basically the same idea with sambal.
Sliders - chicken is better than beef.
Salt and pepper - squid was boring, tofu was good.
Spring rolls - too sweet and no duck taste
Salads - nice chunky bits of salmon, pork one was so so. Too much mint and coriander, suspected apple.
Cha kuey teow - instant fail for the large bits of onion. Another fail for being too sweet (even our dining companion who loves "fresh" and never says a bad thing about any dish said this dish wasn't good).
Les' clay pot rice - Ok but a bit sweet
Duck - we think it's basically duck l'orange but it was good, nice crispy skin.
Crème brulé - lime flavour is ok but texture a very watery fail.
Banana spring roll - is exactly that. Not exciting
Crème caramel - Good