Mr Wu

28 Wardour St, London, W1D 6QN Directions

Tel 020 7287 3885
   Open today 12:00 - 23:30

Business overview

Mr Wu is a chain of Chinese restaurants that serve a buffet where you can eat as much as you like for four pounds fifty. Catering for vegetarian sis also provided.

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Products & Services

Vegetarian Dishes

Buffet Menu

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Reviews

Stay Away!

1
This restaurant doesn't deserve 1 star for anything. My girlfriend got food poisoning from this place with violent vomiting throughout the night. The food was cold and had a hair in it. I will be making a formal complaint to the foods standard agency to get the place checked out. They also had the cheek not to give us back a refund. If you have a brain, use it and don't go to Mr Wu.
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Mr.Wu's-sweet and sour pork to die for

5
All you can eat buffet style for £4.95 a head, drinks large Pineapple juice, coke etc (1/2 pint) £1.30....Yes it is cheap but fills the gap and I thought the food was very nice...You obviously don't get Duck or Prawn dishes but there are a good selection of Pork, Chicken and Beef dishes with crackers/won tos and spring rolls.....Would not hesitate to go their again.
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Cheap and NASTY!!!!

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If you want a cheap place to fill up your stomach then this is the place to be. But if you want anything that resembles decent food, then go as far as you can. They advertise something like 15 dishes which sounds really good and promising. But what you really honestly get is dishes of onions and cabbage with little specks of whatever it claims to be, be it fish, chicken, beef etc. Although I must say, this chicken wings are cooked to perfection, and being in a group of guys, having the 5th full plate of chicken wings (as the only decent thing there), we were given the "stares" by the staff there. Never again I'm afraid.
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Okayish

3
I first discovered Mr Wu while looking for a cheap place to eat around Leicester square - no easy feat these days! As I don't generally frequent chinese restaurants I thought the food on offer was good and adequate, although I couldn't understand why they were also serving massses of chips, as this is obviously not a staple in chinese cooking! I thoroughly enjoyed my meal, but after coming back a few times I got a bit bored as the selection really isn't all that great and if you're a vegetarian you're a bit stuck for choice. Try and don't go too late in the evening as well, as they don't top up much at night so you might end up with the leftovers - not a pretty sight. Good if you're in a hurry and on a budget.
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No No No

2
Had the misfortune after seeing Love in the Time of Cholera. Here I learned the meaning of that film.
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