Nice food reasonably priced. The chicken satay is lovely the staff are friendly. Thats all u can say really
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I've have always loved the food from Kwong Chow, but last Thursday my family had chicken fried rice, kung po chicken and beef and mushroom. We also had fried rice and chips. The chips used to be fantastic, hand cut but these were cheap frozen chips. The chicken appeared to be precooked not fresh. The beef and mushroom had hardly any mushrooms, nor much beef but loads of onions. The sauce was pale with horrible blobs of jelly, and had no taste. The peas in the chicken fried rice were like bullets, precooked and then reheated. The chillies in the kung po were also tough and inedible. I hope that this is a one off, and whoever was manning the kitchen has gone now, but it will be a long time before I go back again.
Kwong Chow has been run by the same family for many years and apart from the one time when I had sprouts in my curry, standards haven't slipped. The sweet & sour, curry, beef in black bean sauce, chow mein & pancake roll dishes are always tasty although portion sizes are a little on the small side and a bit more expensive than other local Chinese takeaways. However, it's better than the majority of nearby competition and well worth popping in to pick up a great meal or two.
Lovely food but quite expensive compared to other Chinese restaurants I've eaten in elsewhere.Not the restaurant's fault, but there was a noisy family in with two children who were running riot. Unfortunately we were placed next to them which spoilt our evening a bit when there were other free tables in the other part of the restuarant which were unoccupied and away from the screaming 8 year olds!