Big Wok (Nottingham) Reviews
Newest Review: ... at similar buffet places I haven't always got value for money due to there being a lack of choice, but at Big Wok they have every vegetarian dish imaginable (a personal favourite is the Garlic Mushrooms). Also on offer is a range of soups, starters and noodles. If you have a bottomless pit for a stomach then there are also a variety of desserts on offer - which I find isn't often the case in Chinese restaurants. Here you can pick from Ice Cream, marshmallows dipped in chocolate from the Chocolate Fountain and Gateaux (though I would avoid this - it tastes like cardboard and looks like one of the Tesco '99p' ranges). The Atmosphere: This i... more
Customer Big Wok (Nottingham) Reviews (2)
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by - written on 20/09/08 (Very useful, 336 readings)
While I was at Uni, Big Wok was a bit of an institution - with a lunchtime all you can eat Chinese buffet for just £5.99, you can see why! The Chain: Big Wok has restaurants in Birmingham, Lincoln and Nottingham, I've only had the pleasure of trying the Nottingham branch. The Food: The best thing about Big Wok is the vast range of dishes available. Within the £5.99 buffet there are over 30 different main courses (such as Roast Duck and Lamb Curry), and these are not limited to Chinese dishes - they also serve Thai, Malaysian and Indian. The thing I love about this place is the huge range of vegetarian options - I've found at similar buffet places I ... Read the complete review
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