Jimmy Chung's Bar and Chinese Buffet (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... on the chilly side. Warm plates awaited you and your cutlery was already on your table but still a set out if you wanted more. Luckily when going up to the buffet everything was clearly labeled, so it was easy to see what we wanted to try. It was set out in sections, vegetarian and starters, mains and soups then a third section for desserts. It also stated that sushi was available however I didn't see any but that didn't bother me as I don't like it anyway. If you would like to see there menu it can be found here - www.jimmy-chungs.com/buffet-menus The cleanliness of the whole buffet and surrounding areas was immaculate which is someth... more
Customer Jimmy Chung's Bar and Chinese Buffet (Scotland) Reviews (11)
by - written on 23/10/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
When walking around Edinburgh we noticed a Chinese restaurant right by Waverley Train Station, where we were dropped from the airport. As I love Chinese food we decided we would certainly be giving it a go! Jimmy Chung's Chinese Buffet Restaurant: My Findings: In Birmingham close to where I live there are some great Chinese all you can eat buffets, one of my favourites being Big Wok. As Jimmy Chung's is twice the price as my beloved Big Wok I was hoping for something special! As we walked in we were greeting straight away and directed to a table for two, the waiter only gave us a couple of minutes before coming back to take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 153 readings)
This applies only to the one in dundee, I haven't been to the other ones ): Chinese people always tend to have a soft spot for their own food, even if its only remotely similar to the ones that they find in China. This definately applies to me. Ever since me and my family moved to Britain, the homesickness comes in the form of food. So, upon ariving in Dundee, within weeks, we had already ravaged every big chinese food place in the city. This wasn't really a big achievement as there were only two :\ Jimmy Chung's is one of them. Ever since I was like 10 I remember eating out at the restaraunt with family and Chinese and non-Chinese ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
There is a few branches of Jimmy Chungs about, but we've only been to the Edinburgh branch. I think there is a couple in Edinburgh, but it was the 1 at Princes Street we visited. Location is great and if you come into Edinburgh by Train then it is right there at Waverly bridge. I believe they know the location is a strong point, as it is about 50p more expensive than other Chinese Buffets up the road a bit, but there is a great choice of Food here. The music is quite loud in here, but not too lud and they play modern chart music. The lighting is good here, and is bright and colourful. The staff are good and attentive. They are constantly filling, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 154 readings)
On a recent holiday to Scotland, we initially struggled with finding a good place for dinner. The main reason for this was that by the end of the day my parents were too tired to go out to eat and they really didn't want to eat pizza or burgers or fried chicken. Having fed them kebabs the first night, my husband and I set out on the second determined to find some 'proper' takeaway food at a price that didn't break the bank. Near our hotel we couldn't find anything other than pubs, Italian restaurants and pizza parlours. The further we walked, the fewer eating places there were. We were considering kebabs again when we realized we had walked almost to the railways ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 290 readings)
Now that I am living in England, I do tend to find that the Chinese food is cooked to the tastes more down here as to how they cook it in Scotland. I do like Manchester because with China Town they have a lot of nice all you can eat Chinese Buffet's but some have things I like where as some others have other things I like. I find it difficult to find a restaurant which has all that I like under one roof in terms of Chinese Cuisine. Whenever, I go home I like to go to Jimmy Chung's which if you live in Edinburgh, you will be well aware of. They were one of the first restaurants to open offering the all you can eat buffet which has since started a craze but they still do .. Read the complete review
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