27 Wardour Street, London Chinatown, London, W1D 6PR
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Haung's make for another great late night bit after the club. It's busy, a little disorganized but the food was pretty good and well priced. My first choice would be HK Diner but this is a good fall back planmore
I'll have to echo the 'decidedly average' verdict on Hung's. It wasn't bad by any means, but much better is offered in the immediate vicinity. Simply speaking, Hung's doesn't taste fresh. Service was somewhat lacking, too. When our waiter delivered our food, I asked whether they had hot sauce, to which he nodded - and promptly left, never to return. So, we ate our somewhat lacking-in-flavour...more
For some reason, I wasn't really hungry until later at night during my last night in London. I think I was more tired than hungry. Nevertheless, my friend and I ended up looking for a place to eat around 9 pm. We figured we should probably just eat near the hotel we were staying at, W Hotel. There are tons of Chinese restaurants right outside the W. We looked at some of the menus from the...more
Decidedly average chinese food. I really don't get the rave reviewed for Hung's. It's decent enough Chinese, but there are much better spots (any of the Legend restaurants for instance) in the immediate vicinity. The dough on my dumplings wasn't fully cooked, and my stir fry sticken dish (ginger with spring onion), had fatty chicken with some bones and skin not properly removed.
With a front window full of hanging and marinading roasted meats, Hung's set their stall out early. It would have been churlish to ignore this carnivorous bounty and, being no churl, we went for a selection of char siu, the honeyed roast pork, along with crispy cubes of belly pork known as siu yuk. Neither was bad by any stretch of the imagination, but served simply on a bed of rice they came...more