Mr Wu

6 Irving Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 7AT
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Address
6 Irving Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 7AT

No longer at this address
Our records show that Mr Wu is closed.

Cuisine
Chinese

Other Branches
Mr Wu

Region
Covent Garden

Nearest Station
Leicester Square (0.09 miles)

Mr Wu is a chain of Chinese restaurants that serve a buffet where you can eat as much as you like for four pounds fifty. Catering for vegetarian sis also provided.

User Reviews

Reviewed by Anonymous
I have thoroughly enjoyed both the food and the atmosphere of this place on several occasions, in winter as in summer, outside and inside,upstairs and downstairs. The food is fresh, hot and good, the wine absolutely drinkable, the location great and the service always good, whether for a single person, a couple or a group. Highly recommended both for low-budget and hungry people, not to forget those of us who enjoy the cosmopolitan mix of locals, tourists, business, pleasure, confusion, excitement, animated conversations and full stomachs!

Aug 24, 2009
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Reviewed by Anonymous
Possibly the rudest staff I've ever had the misfortune to be served by. The owner is also highly rude - frequently telling customers to wait outside, then baiting people when they comment on his lack of manners.

There are many other (nicer) all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurants (and I use the word 'restaurant' in the loosest possible term here). Many of which are within 10 minutes walk (i.e. China town)

May 20, 2009
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Reviewed by Anonymous
I went to Mr Wu knowing it was cheap. The food wasn't too bad but the beer is a bit overpriced so they get back what they lose out on the food. The selection is small but just about adequate. The plates were cold however which meant you had to go up often to ensure the food was hot whilst eating.

May 7, 2009
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Reviewed by Anonymous
I went here last Saturday for my birthday after a day in London. The price wasn't bad but you do get what you pay for. It was £5 per person and the wasn't much selection at all. Some noodles, rice and 2 dishes which were full of onions and no meat. There was one soup which tasted more like water. The staff were so rude that i would of walked out if i hadn't been so hungry at the time. You couldn't pay me to eat there again i was very disappointed. I can't be a 100% sure but i'd put a bet on it that this was why myself and my mother were ill over the weekend.

Apr 14, 2009
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Reviewed by Anonymous
ive been living in london for about 15 years now, and for me at least WQU's is cool. the foods ok, you can eat as much as you want, an its easy on the pocket. the old man that runs it is cool as well.
you cant really go wrong to be fair.

Aug 9, 2008
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