5 reviews of Kongs Cantonese Buffet in English
I have been to this Chinese restaurant several times now and I do believe it’s no longer called Kong’s. If I remember correctly it’s now called BC buffet restaurant. The staff there are very friendly. They always make me and my family welcome whenever we go. The evening buffet is £8.50 and £5 for lunch time. Although the price is pricey it is very good for it’s value. I’ve been to alot of Chinese buffets as I love Chinese food and I tend to find that most buffets get very greasy and grizzly. However I have never been disappointed with BC buffet at all. My cousin had her 21st birthday there and there was 62 ppl altogether, and not once could i fault their service or food.
Been here several times and have never been disappointed. The food is really good and value for money especially on the buffet. Even my fussy eater 11 year old finds plenty to eat here. The staff are lovely and really go out of their way to help if you ask somethng of them. Try not to park on the street right outside the place as it is very narrow and difficult to turn around at the end.
Came here on a work do and there was a BIG crowd of us there. We were warmly greeted in this city centre restaurant and in only a couple of minutes we were shown to our table. We went for the buffet option and with me not being the biggest fan of this style of food I tended to stick to the things I knew i’d like. They have the types of food you would expect in this place and the buffet really is decent value. They have a few car parking spaces outside but just across the road there’s a huge car park. The staff are really nice and came across as being very friendly and approachable.
Tucked away down a Bradford side street, out of the main city centre this is a great cantonese all-you-can-eat style buffet restaurant that’s easy to forget and to be honest I had until i saw it here! Like may I don’t go often enough but when I have the food has been just amazing. Chinese buffet style eateries can be very hit and miss but this one has super fresh food that is costantly replaced and not just topped up. The cross section of starters and main meals are just fabulous, from prawn toast, satay sticks and hot and sour soup to delicate canto poached fish and my favourite, Schezaun king Prawn. The desert offerings are limited and not very cantonese based but I find this the same across all Chinese style buffet restaurants. With the Alhambra theatre just around the corner it’s a great starting point for a nice night out!
6-8 Quebec Street,
I love this restaurant but dont go often enough. It is based on a side street on thornton road near to the old odeon and is quite hard to find.
There are 2 floors so there is ample seating but it does still get very busy. The food is lovely which is why it does a roaring trade.
They offer an 'all you can eat’ menu for £8.50 at night and about £5 during the day - this is moresome as you can choose from loads and loads of dishes in the buffet and keep going back for more. Unfortunately the food is so filling you cant eat as much as you wish.
They do a karaoke night on friday and saturday which becomes very busy as chinese are very good at karaoke and put the fun factor in it - if you have never been to a chinese karaoke session its worth going for that alone.
The staff are lovely and friendly and everything is kept clean and tidy always.
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