Another good food offer - this time for Chinese/Thai food in Leeds.
£2 for £10 worth of deliciously authentic Chinese and Thai hotpots at the charming Palace Chine - Save 80%
For those of us who cant afford to go on our Eastern Asian sojourn this year and are left on these slightly less exotic shores to contemplate the possibility of another summer wash-out or if you simply love the heady scents and intense flavours of Chinese and Thai cuisine then maybe a visit to the truly authentic Palace Chine will be right up your street. Whats more with your Groupon you pay a mere £2 for £10 worth of delicious Chinese and Thai hotpots at this charming and extremely popular little restaurant.
Thanks to a strong desire to reconnect with his heritage and a cultural fact finding mission in China, Brian Wangs goal is to bridge the long and wide gap between and west. Alongside his tireless work as a Chinese community worker he has taken Eastern Asian culinary tradition as the ambassador for his culture and donned the role of restaurateur. His lifelong passion for truly inspiring food is clearly seen in his down-to-earth Eastern and South Eastern Asian hotpots without the hype and faux oriental furnishings and tacky interiors - this is what every Asian restaurant should be. We loved the tastes and texture of our spicy-sweet dish and were nothing like your average Chinese fare.
All dishes here are above par thanks to the highly trained chefs, who wok their magic with skill and finesse. Starting off with fresh, quality ingredients, each dish is made to order, assuring the taste and palatability is always superb. The menu comprises a wide selection of traditional recipes which have been painstakingly passed down through the generations all so that you can enjoy the most honest and genuine Chinese gastronomic experience in Leeds.
"The sauces are a particular treat, rich and dark with none of the cloying sweetness so commonly found in cheaper Chinese food. A delicious, gut-busting meal for a ridiculous price - perfect if you want to treat yourself but aren't feeling particularly flush."
"Both traditional and more unusual dishes are artfully displayed, inviting you to get stuck in and try things you wouldn't normally brave. The staff are also wonderfully courteous and helpful - when I asked a waitress which dishes were vegetarian she explained then dutifully stood by me to make sure I didn't accidentally pick up something unsuitable."
"We were served a wonderful dish of oily, cinnamon-spiced beef and cordyceps mushrooms, more like a Mongolian hotpot than a stir-fry, and served in a portion sufficient for Genghis Khan's hordes. "