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“Daintier dishes than in more traditional Chinese restaurants, but of superb quality” help draw the smart crowd to Wing Shing Chu’s “elegant” city-centre Cantonese, praised in particular for its “immaculate service”. It’s “certainly not a cheap choice”, but there are no complaints about the prices. “We alternate the banquets and are never disappointed”.
Wing Shing Chu’s well-known destination in a city-centre office block “attracts the celeb set with its well-executed Cantonese and extensive wine list”. “Yes, it is more expensive than Chinatown, and if you happen to want the less salubrious bits of the various animals (which I do now and then) you do need to go elsewhere”, but both the “crossover cooking” and service are “excellent”.
“Lots of Man-U clientele” have driven the fame of Wing Shing Chu’s fairly intimate Chinese, at the foot of a city-centre office building. “Not only is it a place to be seen in Manchester, more importantly it’s a great place to eat!” – “it’s taken the standard of service first developed hereabouts by Yang Sing to a new level” and the cooking itself is “always brilliant”.
This “always brilliant” city-centre spot is “still the best Chinese dining experience in Manchester” for its large fan club, for whom it’s “overtaken The Yang Sing”; there are “lots of interesting people to see”, too (if you like rubbernecking Man U footballers and their WAGS)!
1 Lincoln Sq, Manchester, M2 5LN
|Monday||12 pm-12 am|
|Tuesday||12 pm-12 am|
|Wednesday||12 pm-12 am|
|Thursday||12 pm-12 am|
|Friday||12 pm-12 am|
|Saturday||4 pm-12 am|
|Sunday||1 pm-11 pm|