Chinese Restaurants in Hale
1. Tattu Chinese restaurant in Manchester 3 Hardman Sq, Gartside St - M3
“A great-looking restaurant” – this glossy Chinese was the first outpost of a glam-looking national chain that hit central London this year occupying a striking building on Oxford Street. One or two reports suggest it can “fall short on food and service” but others acclaim it all-round.
2. Yu Alderley Chinese restaurant in Alderley Edge London Road - SK9
2019 Review: Accused sometimes of “style over substance”, or attracting “loud wannabes with more money than sense” – the Yu family’s fashionable, pricey Asian in the heart of Cheshire’s WAG-belt is something of a see-and-be-seen location, but most reports are of a “classy offering that’s a cut-above”.
3. Wing’s Chinese restaurant in Manchester 1 Lincoln Sq - M2
“A superior mainstream Chinese” – this large, modern Cantonese in the city centre is eighteen years old and fans say it “shows just how familiar dishes should be done”, and with “excellent service” too.
4. Red Chilli Chinese restaurant in Manchester 70-72 Portland Street - M1
2022 Review: “Delicious, super-spicy” Sichuanese cooking sets the taste buds on fire at this “friendly” Chinatown operation, with offshoots near the university in Oxford Road, in Leeds and York. Top Tip: “the hot poached chicken is fantastic”.
5. Little Yang Sing Chinese restaurant in Manchester 17 George St - M1
This “reliable old standby” is “a definite cut above a regular Chinese restaurant, with good dim sum” and remains a “solid enough option now that its big brother remains closed” (the original Yang Sing, which opened on this site in 1977, is still closed as of our annual data refresh – see also). It has plenty of devotees – “we’ve been coming here for over 20 years” – but there are some who grumble that it’s “now very expensive and generally devoid of Chinese custom”. Top Tip… “the ‘C’weeds’ special dim sum platter is still a highlight”.
6. Glamorous Chinese restaurant in Manchester Wing Yip Bus’ Centre, Oldham Rd - M4
2022 Review: “Busy”, huge and gaudy Cantonese that sits over the Wing Yip Oriental supermarket, where you can choose from over 300 dishes on the menu. It’s one of the few places left in town (in the country?) where dim sum still comes on trolleys.
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