Chinese Kitchen Restaurant

43 George Street
City Centre
S1 2PF

Telephone: 0114 2706665

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Chinese Kitchen restaurant is located at 43 George Street in Sheffield city centre.

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Fully licensed?
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George -


Previously these premises had a decent, very popular "Chinese" buffet, with ample choices. Unfortunately today I made a very bad choice in not looking at the buffet before taking my seat, thinking that it may be the same all-day buffet

Starter choices: two spring rolls, three pieces of prawn toast, and oven chips.

Main dishes: sweet & sour chicken, fried tofu curry (?), all other tureens, quite a number of them, had only burnt dried sauces on the bottom, other than dried out noodles and what may have been fried rice, which looked grey and very unappetising.

Dessert choices: around 8 halves of orange, half a melon cut into slices, one cupcake (no icing), 8 marshmallows!

After waiting 15 minutes thinking more food may be put out, I asked why was it classed as buffet. One staff said I was to see the other staff, repeating same question she replied that they were preparing more and it would be put out when ready. She did ask which of the tureens would I like to have filled, reply was that as I had absolutely no idea what had been in them, as not only were they empty but had no name plates, not even type of meat.

I appreciated my Chinese tea (as it was called on my receipt), whilst waiting for a second choice, which turned out to be another sweet & sour chicken, although the chicken had been cut in strips rather than chunks, covered in batter and the same over-sweet sticky sauce!

I did not take dessert.

We were only three tables occupied, and we were all of the same opinion, as well as each one of us thinking we were going to have a buffet as had been served previously.

I am not complaining about the price of the buffet, which would have been reasonably priced if there was food to be had! I was obliged to pay full price for the "buffet". I did not leave any service charges as suggested on the receipt.

I am unable to give even one star for this restaurant, but I am obliged to give at least one to publish the review.

Marilyn Davis -


We visited this restaurant, as usually the food is okay. How wrong were we, as the food took 45 minutes to arrive to the first person and then in 5-10 minute intervals, with my husband's coming out fifteen minutes after the first order.

The food was sub standard and nothing like we have ever eaten in a Chinese restaurant, and my husband's dish came with oven chips, which were tasteless, and chicken balls that were not cooked.

The restaurant was extremely cold and the toilets were not too good, either.

When we highlighted the slow service we were offered a free drink, but due to the meal taking so long we had to leave. Their excuse for the food being not good was that they were so busy!

This is one restaurant we would not consider returning to in the future and were very disappointed.

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