This restaurant is somewhat off the main drag of Argyle Street, but it's well worth seeking out. A meal here doesn't come particularly cheap but it is ... More
This restaurant is somewhat off the main drag of Argyle Street, but it's well worth seeking out. A meal here doesn't come particularly cheap but it is worth shelling out that little extra. It is relaxed and welcoming but very distinguished. The bird's nest dishes are actually constructed from shredded, deep fried yam, and filled with Cantonese specialities. The banquet option is fairly affordable and includes beautifully prepared squid, lobster, king prawns and scallops. If all this sounds too much, try the two-course lunch at just under £10.
The restaurant is amazing, i found the staff really friendly and service is quick. I particularly liked the king prawn dim sum and the stuffed aubergine was fab. I had no dislikes all the food was fresh and tasted excellent. Would recommend anyone to try it.
The Ho Wong restaraunt is a must for the lovers of good classy chinese food.From the moment my wife and i sat down ,we knew that this dining experience was going to be hard to beat.The relaxed surroundings ,friendly staff, and of course the cuisine i have to say are second to none.I must reccomend the aromatic crispy lamb, this dish just melts in your mouth and the satti combination on the hot plate is by far the best i have tasted.However the food is a tad expensive but you have to pay if you want quality,and quality is the appropriate word here.
After reading all the hype and rave reviews my wife and I visited for our 2nd anniversary meal. We had the langoustines and prawns for starters followed by the monkfish with ginger and spring onion and the chilli and salt seafood platter with rice and noodles. Halfway through our starter the langoustines were taken back into the kitchen and reappeared several minutes later - no explanation to why. We think they were undercooked.
At the prices charged you would expect your tastebuds to be in heaven but we found the food very bland and tasteless the batter was stodgy and the fish was overcooked. After leaving half our dishes unable to finish them we complained to the staff but were told that was the way it should taste!
Having eaten at several seafood restaurants from various cultures around the world we have a good idea what good food tastes like. I don't mind paying top dollar for good food but we still had to pay the full amount over �100 for a below par meal. Really spoiled our night.
Maybe the chef was having a bad night but we won't be back.
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