I've eaten at many Loving Huts around the world. This is one of the best.
As usual for a Loving Hut, the menu is largely Pan Asian gluten/soy meat analogue mains (chicken, fish, beef, prawns, fish, duck, etc.) and also plenty of noodle dishes, soups, lahksas, to boot.
There are options for onion- and garlic-free and gluten-free dishes clearly marked on the menu, and staff are able to help and suggest.
The entrees are small and the desserts are very sweet and rich, with ice cream, cakes, tiramisu, tarts to choose from. The cakes are often highly intricate, multi-flavoured cheesecakes with grated chocolate or embedded fruit in the icing.
The restaurant is very large, spacious and well seated. It's often near full but I've never had to wait for a seat, even on a Saturday night.
The staff are friendly, cheerful and polite. No matter how packed it is the service is always good and the meals always properly prepared.
I suggest the southern fried chicken (or the spicy version, 'The Volcano'), the Singapore noodle, the bam-bam or .. actually it's all good.
(Tip - the tarts, slices, takeaway pies are from La Panella at the northern end of High St. Also check them out.)
Cons: I often overeat, The TV playing the same episode of the, Batman cartoon for six months now.