Canton Chef Restaurant|
72 - 76 John William Street
10th June 2015.
||Tonie and Laurence from Huddersfield
decided to visit the new and awaited Chinese restaurant
‘Canton Chef’on John William Street on Wednesday 10th June
about 8.30 pm. We didn't have a booking but they managed to
accommodate us even though the venue was quite busy, saying
it was no problem and making us feel welcome.
arrival we were greeted by the general managers, Anne Ho and
Roy Lau who introduced us to the dinning room, and as there
was a large party present enquired if we would like to sit
away from them as it could become very noisy- this suited us
fine and we were shown to our table, which was set out
beautifully (white table cloth, fresh flowers and sparkling
clean utensils, and cloth serviettes). The background music
was discreet and pleasant.
On observing the
surroundings we found it very tastefully decorated with
crystal Chandelier, and marble floor which was spotlessly
clean. The waitresses were very polite, brought us china tea
while we were looking at the menu trying to decide what we
fancied from the extensive menu.
We decided on a set
menu which included:
Sweet corn soup, crispy duck, sweet
and sour pork, peppered fillet steak, black bean pork and
pepper and ginger king prawn all served with rice. All the
dishes were fabulous and everything was eaten. Yummy.
Throughout our meal the staff continually made sure we
had enough tea to drink and the managers were keen to get
our opinion of the new premises.
On discussion with Roy,
we enquired how a disabled person in a wheelchair would gain
access as there are 2 steps into the ground floor and a
further 4 into the dining room and he informed us that they
had been given planning permission for a chair lift to be
fitted which was the only thing left to do.
There is a
dining area on the ground floor which is accessible for
disabled persons and also the disabled toilets and mother
and baby room are on this level.
The toilet facilities
are very smart, clean and ultra modern..
The service was
spaced out to fit in with us and made it very comfortable
and gave us the time we wanted to catch up with friends who
had joined us on this occasion.
The overall cost of
the meal was not cheap at £96.00 for a set meal for 4, but
we all felt it was good value for money and we will
definitely be back in the future.
Parking is usually
available around that end of town.
is to go give it try and enjoy!
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