jes1ukMember since 03 Sep 2008
Overall I'd highly recommend this restaurant!
Overall I'd recommend this restaurant.
Overall I'd highly recommend this museum.
Another attraction is that you don't have to share your table with other people so at least you can have a private conversation with your friend or partner without people overhearing what is being said.
The restaurant is very central so it's near to where all the nightlife is.
The service was adequate but they could be a bit rude at times. This restaurant does get busy at peak times but you don't have to share a table with other people so at least you get a little privacy.
The restaurant is very central therefore near where all the nightlife is.
The food here was definitely cheap but the staff not very cheerful!
This place can get very busy and it can be hard to get a seat as the restaurant is not all that big. The quality of the food is good but there aren't that many healthy options on the menu.
I found the staff to be efficient and helpful but the food prices may be a little high.
The decor is based on that of a 1950s American burger joint.
The location is very central and therefore near several tube stations, and there are plenty of bar, clubs, cinemas and theatres nearby.
The place is good for a quick bite and chillout.
They serve large portions of good quality food at a very reasonable price. The service is efficient and friendly, and they don't try and rush you out of the restaurant once you have eaten.
This is a smallish restaurant and gets very busy at peak times; there is a maximum of 4 place settings per table. One dish I'd recommend is the Treasure Rice. There is also a complimentary Jasmine tea available with your meal if you ask for it.
The restaurant is very close to Waterloo station and Southwark underground station.
Good for a quick eat and then out! Try the roasted duck with rice priced at only about £4 ish.
But bear in mind that the decor is shoddy and plain and the service is somewhat lacking and certainly without a smile!
It is also likely that you will have to share a table, so if you like to have private conversations and prefer them not to get overheard then this place is not for you.
There are better Chinese restaurants than this one in the locality but they will be a little more expensive, but Wong Kei maybe worth a try sometime!
- Food is delicious
- The staff are polite and efficient
- The restaurant is very central
The negatives are:
- I found the portions to be a little on the small side
- For private conversations sharing a table with loads of other people can be a pain
- You may have to queue on the street for some time at peak times before getting a table
Overall I'd recommend this restaurant if there is a group of you but if you want a something more intimate then this is not the restaurant for you.