Wong Kei restaurant in London's thriving Chinatown serves a variety of Chinese dishes at shared tables, as well as offering 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.
Venue Details & Map
43-45 Wardour StreetLondonW1D 6PY
- +44 20 7437 8408
Top 5 reviews of Wong Kei
This is probably the worst Chinese restaurant. The waitress is so rude. The service is really bad. What she wants is for customers to leave fast, which she makes it really clear to us. I know it is rush hour but she lets us share a table with a group of other customers. We did not enjoy our lunch there as the atmosphere is uneasy and awkward.
As for the food, the sour soup is really really... more
Worse restaurant I have been to. No service.Roast duck rice was full of fat. more
--- American tourist ----
Wong Kei is A very typical old fashion Chinatown restaurant. Very old furniture, very working class, not trendy, not cool, "you get the best value here" attitude of service. BUT I highly recommend it!
1. Price is damn good for most chow fun, fried noodles and soup noodles. Cheaper than the United States Chinatown in NY and SF. For other dishes, prices are average... more
The worst food experience while I was traveling in London. I would skip and look elsewhere if possible.
Here are a few things to expect while you eat here:
1. The staff do not care about you.
2. Everybody is expected to order one item even though you're not hungry or they just charge you at a random amount to make it up.
3. Food is just alright.
4. I saw the staff legit yelled at customers... more
Wong Kei is one of the many options you'll find in the heart of London's Chinatown. There are several floors, and someone will direct you to a table.
Food: It's simple and straightforward. The roasts hanging in their window are done well - duck, BBQ pork, roast pork. I had the pork and century egg congee, with a side of roast park. Congee was full of meat and egg, and had the right amount of... more