Chinatown Restaurant

Chinatown Restaurant

Chinese and East Asian

0.5 miles
42-46 New City Road, Glasgow, G4 9JT
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Next August the Wu family will be celebrating the 22nd anniversary of their immensely popular restaurant. Located in what is now Glasgow's Chinatown, Chinatown (the restaurant) was one of the first establishments in the area to bring the large Cantonese population together.

We were treated to dim sum on a Saturday lunchtime amid the bustle of families and the sound of laughter. The enormous crystal chandelier and luminous fish tank give Chinatown a sense of glamour; and when the bustle dies down in the evening, the overall atmosphere becomes rather romantic. We started with king prawn, scallop, pork and crab dim sum with char siucheung fun - crisp pastry wrapped around slow-cooked smoky pork. The dim sum were perfect - light, springy and bursting with flavour. For mains, we shared an enormous mixed roast with noodles - fresh-roasted pork belly (char siu) and duck, with Fujian fried rice of scallops, prawns, duck, chicken and Chinese vegetables. The dishes were huge and steamed with exotic aromas. It is traditional for families to order several large plates for sharing - perfect for a lively family event and an equally good choice for a quiet dinner with friends. Diners can now indulge in the brand new Oriental Buffet: an all-you-can-eat buffet, where each dish is freshly made to order. If all that wasn't enough, Chinatown is also excellent value for money
+2Chinatown Restaurant
Opening Hours:
Mon:12pm-10pm
Tues:12pm-10pm
Weds:12pm-10pm
Thurs:12pm-10pm
Fri:12pm-11pm
Sat:12pm-11pm
Sun:11.30am-10pm
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