We didn't like the food. The buffet was not so big and not so good. The rice was empty and no one was able to refill.
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Maybe à la carte dishes are better, but the all-you-can-eat option is low quality. They have a number of options, both warm and cool dishes, but... Practical notes: (1) almost all credit/debit cards will have extra fees; (2) tap water has a price, as in all the restaurants in the city. No I'd go back...
Copenhagen is probably one of the most expensive European cities to visit so I was quite happy to find this place. It offers an all-you-can eat buffet for under 80 crowns. However, you have to buy a drink and have to pay extra for wasted food (it's written on the menu, so no surprises). The staff was not particularly friendly,... More
Not at all authentic. Typical all you can eat without desert. How is this possible. Girl at the front reception should learn to smile more. Not at all helpful when asked questions. Food very bland. I guess when your with people who are unsure of the food, us other people suffer. Lol😕
Hopefully I'm reviewing the correct restaurant here. I'm referring to the one in Frederiksberggade 28. This restaurant is upstairs above a Chinese take away stall. The advertising outside suggests a Chinese buffet with over 20 dishes at 79DKK, or thereabouts. On arrival, I was served quickly and shown to a table, no pleasantries, wasn't shown where the buffet was or... More
We were very disappointed. The waiter wasn't really helpful and finally it seems like we got not the same dishes we ordered. For example, I ordered a duck with Chinese mushrooms and the waiter brought it proudly saying: "Chicken!!". After all I'm still unsure what it was - chicken or duck... The food wasn't tasty as it cost.
On a busy shopping day, I bought a takeaway meal at DKK50 with a free selection of 4 dishes out of 8-10 choices - all were typical Chinese dishes that one can find in a western country but not exactly the same as those in China: fried calamari, fried chicken, fried fish, sweet and sour pork, fried rice, fried noodles,... More
The food did not seem to be as authentic as I would have expected from a Chinese run restaurant. I know the Chinese food varies around the world, just as any other ethnic food does. It was okay, but not anything I would recommend.
Whilst walking along Strøget we decided to stop off at Restaurant Beijing for lunch. The place was fairly empty, the service was indifferent and food was good but there was no atmosphere and the staff members seemed disinterested in their customers. This is somewhere we probably would not return to.
We sort of knew what we were getting, when we arrived here at 9.15 on a Saturday night, but it seemed a viable option all the same. It appears to be a very cheap buffet at DKK 78, but you do then have to pay for a drink as well. You are told this in quite an abrupt manner by... More
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