Joe S35 Reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
I had to wait for 20 min to get the table. The staff were not that friendly during the waiting time but I guess they were super busy also. Once I got the table they were really friendly. I ordered some hot and sour prawn soup which was nice and for the main I ordered some egg fried rice ( which was fab) and some black bean chicken which was nice too. Nice food in general ?
Mark C29 Reviews
Reviewed a month ago
Ate here for four consecutive days. Service is fast. Food is great and very Cantonese. Go for the roast meats and the chicken with either rice or noodles. The soup of the day is good, a blend of mustard leaves, tofu and shredded meat. Ambience is all about food.
Pete M35 Reviews
Reviewed a month ago
Fantastic food, especially the genuine Beijing roast duck, which they are renowned for. It sells out quickly at the lunch service, so there is usually a queue outside waiting for them to open. In fact, expect to queue most of the time to get in! The food is mostly Cantonese alongside dim sum and fairly unadventurous, but what they do they do well. The service is truly bizarre and the standard of English mixed. Expect to be ushered in and out fairly curtly, and for your server to wander off mid taking your order. After the last mouthful goes down you will be thrust with the bill. But it all adds to the fun, and is totally worth it for the food you will enjoy. PS. The dish you can see everyone else eating is called "three roast meats on rice, warmed up, off the bone."
Legnav U8 Reviews
Reviewed a week ago
This is the best Chinese restaurant in Manchester. Food wise man 5 excellent stars. I've been to a lot of Chinese but this one stands out. Food is the best here. I dont care if its small or simple if I go to a restaurant I'm there for the FOOD. GREAT FOOD NOTHUNG ELSE. Try their beef brisket rice...mixed roast meat 3x...etc. all top I LOVE THIS PLACE....???
Ethan B35 Reviews
Reviewed 5 months ago
Not high end dining but what it is, it does really well. Cheap, good tasting Chinese food. I have been to Happy Seasons twice now with friends, both times the service and food has been excellent. We ordered set menu B for £21 per head. We asked to substitute one of the main items for another off set menu A which our host kindly accommodated. All the food was lovely asides from the sweet and sour fish however, my friend like it so, I can only put it down to personal opinion. The drinks and food prices are very reasonable, definitely below average for the area. The setting is very clean, and although the decor is certainly not something to write home about. The restaurant is always filled with well mannered people and a table has always been found for us. I will be certainly coming back.