Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 12 and Version 11 of Wing's Buffet, E14 6JJ

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Comment added by VR - Essex: We are regular in this place, I'm not local here and my friend lives in West End but she comes with us and eat here. The price is reasonably good and there are many food to choose from including dessert is a good value for money, we came this Sunday lunch and it's only 7.50, where can you get this price in London with many food selection and low price? My friend booked a party for next month. Guests will be definitely happy for the food selection! We are satisfied customers of Wings Buffet
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Decent Chinese buffet near Westferry DLR.

As of June 2008, the buffet was priced at £6.20 for weekday lunchtime all you can eat, £11 for Friday and Saturday evening AYCE, and £4.30 per container for takeaway. An anonymous visitor in January 2009 informed us that prices have gone up, with the Sunday lunchtime buffet now being £9.

It's more expensive in the evenings and at weekends, but cheaper prices are charged for children under the height of 140cm. The AYCE offer includes desserts.

They proudly proclaim in large letters across the window that they don't use any MSG in their food.

Julie (a visitor to this site) commented in January 2008 that locals love this place, and that she feels it's "absolutely reliable for tasty food with no MSG".

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Last visited by Bob, early 2007. June 2008 prices noted by Kake from sign in window.

Comment added by Bradders: I very regularly use Wing's as a take-away, and have dined in several times in the last few months. The food is invariably excellent, with the cashew nut chicken being particularly notable. I've taken several serious foodies into here; they may raise their eyebrows on the way in at the rather greasy-spoon ambience, but one mouthfull and they've all become instant converts!

As of Sep 09, takeaway prices are £4.60 per container. There is notionally a £1 surcharge for overfilling but the criterion seems to be 'if you can get the lid on it's not overfull'.


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