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Chinese Restaurant and Takeaway

4 out of 5 4/5 from 1 review (add your opinion)

14-18 Lady Lawson St
West End

Phone: 0131 229 6603

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Price: ££
Licensed: Yes
Pre-Theatre: No

Takeaway: Yes
Delivery: No

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1 user review:

4 from mdavidson (96%) on November 24th, 2008 (10 years ago)

Wangs, 14-18 Lady Lawson St, EH3 9DS, Edinburgh

On entering Wangs it was immediately apparent that it is more interesting that the majority of Chinese restaurants in Edinburgh as the predominant language of diners was Chinese rather than English. I was also glad to have booked as the place was almost full despite it being a cold Friday in November.

Our waitress was charming and gave us the option of being served the meal in the British way (starters then mains) or the Chinese way (all the food together). We chose the latter as I prefer to try lots of bits of everything at the same time. Unfortunately I wasn't able to persuade my girlfriend to be too adventurous - we went for 1/4 crispy duck as one of the mains, but what we had was tasty and well cooked. Starters, mains, rice and a bottle of wine came to £50 which seemed pretty reasonable.

I will definitely look to return, probably in a big group to make use of one of the big tables with spinning disk, which helps you to pinch other people's dishes if they look tasty. One thing to note is that I think they run a couple of different menus - I think we were given the western menu (which is like a big book, possibly a photo album), which covers all the regular Chinese dishes one would expect to find in this country. I didn't get to look at the alternative menu, which seem to consist of a few sheets of paper in a black plastic folder - but will be asking for it next time.

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