Not sure why they serve fries instead of chips. Curry sauce turns them to mush. Proper chips would be so much better. Crispy prawn spring rolls are outstanding! Staff are fantastic.
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Visited the Imperial with 16 others for my grandson 18th sevice excellent food starters outstanding hot sour soup brilliant mains good For us personally I would have soup ribs and chicken satay spring rolls then crispy duck a bottle of wine for £50 for two...More
We were greeted by a couple of members of staff and shown to a table straight away. The restaurant wasn't very busy for a Sunday lunchtime, but their lunchtime menu was very good value for money. We chose two courses and a bottle of wine,...More
A Tuesday evening in November at 6:30pm is never going to be busy. It wasn’t. A handful of people. The staff were great. Dim sum starter and a spicy chicken dish for main. A Chinese beer too. Not a lot of atmosphere with it being...More
Overstated but quality the table far too small for 4 people Waiter very bored forgot a fish order waited 20 minutes after all other food served and when it arrived obviously cooked from frozen and you know what that does to fish ! The other...More
atmosphere unfriendly did not know which food was mine or someone elses on the table certainly not delicious which for the price it should have been and not very hot.
This has got to be the best take-away I've had in 50 years of eating Chinese. From the moment I walked in the service I received from a very well dressed and polite member of staff was a pleasure . A lone woman of a...More
You can sense the quality of the Imperial China the moment you walk through the door and you are greeted by the friendly manager. The surroundings and decor are lovely, and you immediately notice the quality of the furniture, unfortunately our table was on the...More
Amazing variety of food on offer and the quality of what we chose was excellent. The ambiance is very good, and the service is truly outstanding