Wing Wah Restaurant (Coventry) Reviews
Newest Review: ... tacky, and has an authentic feel to it. The restaurant does tend to get very busy at peak times, so booking is advisable. *~The service~* I have always found service to be of a very high standard. The staff who show you to your seat are very friendly and professional. Orders are taken very quickly and drinks usually arrive promptly. Staff are very polite and any queries have always been dealt with very well. The teppanyaki chefs are great, they work under pressure a lot of the time but never seem stressed! *~The food~* The most important part of the review! In my opinion, the food here is amazing. I have never seen such a selection an... more
Customer Wing Wah Restaurant (Coventry) Reviews (4)
by Steve - written on 06/03/11
If you like queuing up for sub-standard food with little taste and enjoy eating at laminate tables with children running around and paying £11 for the privilege then this is the place for you! I'm amazed that others have given 4* reviews, presumably other Chinese restaurants must be serving worse food, although that would take some doing. I can only assume that the reviewers put quantity above quality - tough beef, tasteless Singapore noodles and cold fritters for dessert are not what I would expect from my Chinese restaurant.
by - written on 17/02/09 (Very useful, 1064 readings)
Oh, I love this place! It has surely got to be the best Chinese buffet ever. Chinese food PLUS a chocolate fountain, what's not to like?! *~The restaurant - layout/decor/atmosphere etc~* The actual restaurant is very large, there is plenty of seating available. On entering, you are in the bar/waiting area and there is a stand where you go to be seated. You then walk past the food area, the seating is laid out to the left. Decor is quite tasteful, nothing too outrageous or tacky, and has an authentic feel to it. The restaurant does tend to get very busy at peak times, so booking is advisable. *~The service~* I have always found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/08 (Very useful, 1709 readings)
I absolutely love food! I particularly have a fondness for Chinese food and the best way of eating it for me is a buffet style restaurant where I can eat lots of different dishes to my hearts content for a set price. So when Coventry eventually got this restaurant (which used to be a pub I drank in once upon a time), chuffed to bits I was!!! Where Is It?.... WING WAH CHINESE RESTAURANT & WINE BAR 583 Fletchamstead Highway (A45) Coventry CV4 9EL Tel: 0247 669 1818 Fax: 0247 667 8811 Wing Wah resteraunts are also in Birmingham, Oldbury, Burton On Trent, Wolverhampton and Nuneaton. What Wing Wah Says ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/07 (Very useful, 2043 readings)
Wing Wah is a chain of Oriental restaurants based around the West Midlands. Opened by celebrity chef Ken Hom in all there are five restaurants in all and the one I have experienced is in Coventry. There are also restaurants in Birmingham, Warley, Burton on Trent and Wolverhampton. The one in Coventry is located on Fletchhamstead Highway on the corner of the A45 and from the outside I would guess that before it became a restaurant it was probably a large pub based on the size and layout of the building. Open seven days a week it is open weekdays and Saturdays between 12.00pm and 3.00pm for lunch and 6pm to 11.30 for evening meals while on a Sunday lunch is from ... Read the complete review
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