Considering the price of a meal out nowadays, this restaurant provides good quality food at a reasonable price of about Â£6.00 (not including drinks). The food choices vary a little after 7.00 and the prices goes up by about Â£2.00.Usual mixture of starters and main courses available which are generally of good quality when its busy but when the restuarant is quiet, tends to get 'skinned over' if you follow my meaning. Hygiene standards are high with tables quickly cleared and no foodstuffs left on the floor (thank god!!). Chinese music is played to create an ambience and the staff are very helpful but frequently do not have a strong command of the english language. An inexpensive meal of generally high quality.
This is an "all you can eat" buffet restaurant. The price these days is around Â£5 before 7pm Mon-Sat and around Â£9 after 7pm, Sunday is around Â£7 all day. I've been many times prior to 7pm and once after 7pm. I'd recommend going prior to 7pm as the food on offer is no different in the evenings to that earlier on and on the time I went after 7pm it was actually less tasty. However generally the food tastes very good and you'll notice a good range too. They offer some of the typical meals you'd expect to see on a takeaway menu alongside other meals that you may be trying for the first time. Desserts are also included in the buffet. Drinks are not included and will be brought to your table, unfortunately when busy you can be waiting a little while for these. Overall considering the price of Â£5, which isn't much more than a takeaway meal will cost you, this is definitely a restaurant worth a visit.