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Summary

One of Acton’s few claims to gastronomic heights, this long-established, family-run Chinese is “so busy” because it’s unusually good for somewhere out in the boonies, and “prices are more than reasonable”.

£42
Very Good
Good
Average
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“A great family-run restaurant in Acton, which surpasses most places in Chinatown”; the setting may be a touch “gloomy” for some tastes, but the food is “lovely”.

£41
Very Good
Very Good
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“Standards never drop”, at this “good and reliable, if slightly-old-fashioned Chinese” – still Acton’s greatest contribution to London gastronomy.

£40
Very Good
Very Good
Very Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

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Restaurant details

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11 pm, Fri & Sat 11.30 pm
305 Uxbridge Rd, London, W3 9QU
Opening hours

lunch noon - 2.30 pm, dinner 6 pm - 11 pm
Last orders: 11 pm, Fri & Sat 11.30 pm

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