Results 1-3of 3 Reviews
April 18, 2004
From journal Edinburgh Life
April 13, 2003
There's a licensed bar. Credit cards are accepted. Lunch is served from noon to 5pm for £4.99, the Happy Hour Buffet is served from 5 to 7pm for £7.99, and the Grand Buffet is served from 7pm to midnight for £9.99.
From journal EDI
edinburgh, United Kingdom
March 2, 2002
The selection of food is great; a good selection of starters, main courses and fruit and ice cream for dessert. Typically there are huge plates of prawn crackers, ribs, chicken wings, onion rings, spring rolls, wantons, chips, rice, noodles x2, sweet and sour chicken, sweet and sour veg, beef and black bean, curry, crispy pork.... In the evening they add more dishes such as mussels, prawns, more chicken dishes and more beef.
You can pile your plate, or go back as many times as you like. They usually take your dirty plate away while you are getting your next one.
I have found this restaurant to be very crowded the last times I have been there, and you often have to wait for a seat in the evening. You can book a table for a specific time.
Also it has been commented that they often bring the bill when you havent finished eatingm which is quite annoying as you feel like you're being pushed out.
I would recommend going during the day when its at its cheapest, and think of it like a fast-food outlet rather than a nice dining experience. Fill yourself up around 3-ish and you wont want to eat for the rest of the day.
A good place for those on a budget or with a huge appetite.
From journal My Favourite Town....