Chinese and East Asian
Wongs has a new man at the helm. Master chef KK Wong has made the switch from London's Chinatown to bring his cuisine to Bristol and is already drawing praise for his exciting, imaginative and well-executed menus. KK previously trained in Hong Kong and London's Chinatown and has worked in Lee Ho Fook - the legendary Chinese restaurant which was immortalised in the song Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon. He therefore brings considerable experience to his new role. Keen to replicate the use of seasonal and local produce that informs so much of the menu at Lee Ho Fook, Wongs' selection abounds with local meat, fish and vegetables. The menu features an extensive range of traditional favourites as well as plenty of new, exotic offerings such as razor clams in a garlic and black bean sauce. Steamed scallops with vermicelli, Szechuan-style squid, fresh lobster with ginger and spring onion and Cantonese flambéed steak are just a few of the delights on offer. Wongs' accomplished new master chef is complemented by a brand-new team who are trained in traditional Chinese cooking and are dedicated to creating dishes of the highest quality. This is not your average Chinese restaurant. This is an up-market eatery created for discerning diners who appreciate fine Chinese cuisine. You've found the Rolls Royce of Chinese dining - the choice for the connoisseur.