Newest Review: ... and Saturday which is £13.99 All children under 1.4m can eat for between £3.99 and £5.99 The restaurant is spacious and has 280 seats. ... more
Wing Wah Wolverhampton - one of the best!
Wing Wah (Wolverhampton)
Member Name: sammy00
Wing Wah (Wolverhampton)
Advantages: Food's great, staff polite, clean and spacious
Disadvantages: Drinks orders can take a while, and carpark needs looking at
Wing Wah - yum yum yum. I absolutely love going to Wing Wah, and the Wolverhampton restaurant is the closest to us at around 15 miles away - but its well worth the trip.
Wing Wah Wolverhampton is situated on the Stafford Road, in the Fordhouse area of Wolverhampton. The city centre of Wolverhampton is just up the road about 5 miles away. The Wing Wah restaurant is a former pub, and sits grandly on the street. It is 2 stories high and a traditional brick built public house. There is a car park adjacent to it and some other shops.
Monday to Thursday 12:00pm to 3:00pm and 5:30pm to 10:30pm.
Friday to Saturday 12:00pm To 3:00pm and 5:30pm to 11:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm to 5:00pm and 6:00pm to 10:00pm.
Monday to Saturday £6.99
£11.99 except Friday and Saturday which is £13.99
All children under 1.4m can eat for between £3.99 and £5.99
The restaurant is spacious and has 280 seats. There are a wide range of tables that seat from two people upwards and although there is a lot of seating available the restaurant does not feel overcrowded and the tables aren't too close to one another. There is a separate room for party's that contains a karaoke machine but this is out of the way of the other diners. Food wise there are a wide range of starters from prawn toast, to Yuk sung and duck pancakes. Then as you move round the island of food you have the biggest selection of Chinese dishes you have ever seen. No-one will be disappointed as there is something there for everyone with a range that includes:- Rice, Noodles, Chips, Sweet and Sour Chicken, Chinese Curry, Roast Beef in Peppered Sauce, Black Bean, Stir-fried Mushrooms...to name just a few! You can go up and refill your plates as many times as you want and you are not on a time limit so you can eat plenty. If you have room there are also a great selection of puddings such as fresh fruit, cakes, chocolate fountain and ice-cream.
All the food tastes fresh and well cooked. The flavours are strong and have depth and everything tastes amazing. The restaurant is clean; plates are spotless as are glasses and cutlery. All the staff is polite and helpful and one waiter goes round and entertains the children which I thought was a nice touch. Having tried other Wing Wah restaurants Wolverhampton is definitely our favourite as it feels the most welcoming. Little touches make you feel welcome such as the plush carpets, and nice décor, there is nice low music and clean toilets. Other restaurants in the Wing Wah chain have had lino floors, dowdy décor and have felt a little dirty so Wolverhampton is lovely compared to these!
There are a couple of downsides though, the car park fills up quickly and is not very organised which means you have to try and park by the shops which is not great. Although the staff are helpful it can take ages to receive your drinks order and it can sometimes take them a while to get you to yur table even when you have booked beforehand. However, the food quality and range are not tainted by this and as long as we are not in a rush we can cope with the wait.
I think Wing Wah is a great way to allow you to sample a lot of different Chinese dishes in one place and really have a good meal.
499 Stafford Road, Fordhouse, Wolverhampton, WV10 6RR
Tel: 01902 783 388 Fax: 01902 788 883
Summary: A great place to sample some new dishes