Wong Kei restaurant in London's thriving Chinatown serves a variety of Chinese dishes at shared tables. They also offer a takeaway service. The interior is several floors high and the decor is a long way off what might be coined as 'stylish' but the food is quick, inexpensive and authentically Chinese. The service is sometimes thought of as rude, but should be viewed more as efficient. It is a busy restaurant.
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43-45 Wardour StreetLondon ChinatownLondonW1D 6PY
- +44 20 7437 8408
two stars for low price. Food is not good enough for chinese, less salt. the enviroment is really awlful. not a good expirence.more
My dad has been bringing me to this restaurant ever since I came to England.
I grew up loving it but I've started noticing a few flaws.
The service overall is only what I can call decent.There was also one time I found a glass shard in my soup,but that was a one off. If the restaurant is full,then you may need to sit with other people you do not know.
Overall,the food tastes very good! Also...more
Walked in randomly for dinner Because there was a decent number of people inside... Thinking this must be great food.
I was abruptly rushed to seat w strangers - "share table" the guy said. So I sat down and ordered chicken drumstick w roast pork over rice.
I ate a few bites and I'm like this sauce is gravy and it's totally not what I'm used to in real Chinatowns like NYC. Our sauce is more...more
As soon as you walk in, they tell you to go upstairs!
This place was great. I was warned ahead of time that the service would be awful, but that wasn't really my experience at all.
The food was dirt cheap, tasted great, had huge portion sizes, and came quickly. The servers aren't necessarily super attentive or overwhelmingly chatty, but who cares? They brought my delicious and reasonably...more
Wong Kei is notorious amongst local Chinese for serving cheap traditional Chinese food fast with rash (i.e. rude service) in very simple (i.e. old and down-trodden) surroundings. The colours on dishes and tea sets may be worn, I have found lipstick on a cup before, hair on the plate of food, etc.
Having grown up in London and been a frequent visitor of Chinatown I have known what to come to...more