A wonderfully generic takeaway. Nothing to shout about, but nothing to moan about either. I was slightly worse for wear at the weekend and needed wonton soup late last night. Home don't have a minimum spend for delivery which meant I could order just soup instead of trying to spend £10 on food I wasn't going to eat.
But it just wasn't that great. The broth was the problem. The wontons themselves were actually really tasty, but the soup was just rather nothingy. Spring rolls were tasty, but mostly beansprouts rather than meat, and so fatty that as one point grease ran down my arm. Lovely.
So not awful, not great. Just very meh. But the soup did get rid of the last bit of my hangover, so that's something.
Excellent. Nice food, nice people , nice everything. As it's restaurant title that you can see: HOME !!! I think the most important thing is how's food taste? If you're Asian or Chinese that is real home memories will come with. I'll thanks to them all.
Boring food but friendly staff . Very functional place to eat . I never see people eating in there . It's just a bit odd . I don't get it .
i ordered house special fried rice and BBQ ribs.by the time the food came it was cold, the SF rice had a weired aftertaste and the bbq ribs didnt have enough sauce and the sauce was yellow-y-brown but when i go to me normal chinese takeaway and others, they serve it with a burgandy looking bbq sause which tastes 100% better than Home chinese food.
i only went there because supposedly they dont have a lunchtime break and i wanted chinese aronud 4pm and my usual chinese takeaway was having their break
ONLY GOOD THING: was the rice came in a circle foil contaner and it was quite large, larger than the normal rectange.
other wise i wasted my money on food that i didn't even like
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