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Chinese Buffet Meal in Aberdeen
Jimmy Chung's Restaurant
Menu, prices and facilities
A rare treat awaits visitors to Jimmy Chung's bar and Chinese buffet in Union Street, Aberdeen. For a modest price
you can eat as much as you can - and the food is first class with plenty of it.
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The buffet is split into three areas - starters, main courses and deserts. There are over 15 starter
dishes for you to mix and match and return to whenever you like. These include tasty starters such as sesame prawn
on toast, chicken satay, spring rolls, soups and spicy chicken wings.
At lunchtime there are at least 20 main course dishes to enjoy and this is increased to at least 40 for dinner. Meals include
chicken curry, sweet and sour pork/chicken, beef with mushrooms, lemon chicken, Thai curry chicken and so much more.
There is a selection of vegetables, rice and noodles to accompany meals. You can
eat as much of this as you like, mix and match and return as often as you like. There is also a huge supply of prawn
Deserts include individual portions of jelly, fresh fruit, banana fritters, gateau's, ice creams and more if you've
any room left!
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Vegetarians can enjoy a wide selection of meals and peanut dishes are clearly marked so that those with allergies
can avoid them. Spicy hot dishes are also clearly marked.
All the food is freshly prepared and the chefs make fresh food to serve as each runs out - so it never does run
Service is attentive, with several waiters/waitresses gliding around the restaurant taking away plates and cutlery.
Fresh supplies of cutlery, plates, bowls, napkins and hot, moist flannels can be found beside
the buffet serving areas.
The decor is fresh and mildly pastel, giving a feeling of airiness to the basement eating area. There are no outside
views, so passing shoppers don't have to see you eat! There are plenty of eye catching statues, paintings, water features and a fish
tank with some large, colourful fish.
Although a busy place, there is plenty of room between tables and it's not at all noisy.
The speciality beer is Tiger Lager, a delightfully light and refreshing lager. There's a super range of cocktails
as well as soft and hot drinks.
There is a lift for pushchairs/wheelchairs to access the restaurant, but this is reached by climbing about 10 steps
to the bar.
The prices are fixed, which is great for work/friend/club night outs - no arguing over the bills!
Lunch from Monday to Thursday is only £4.99 and is only £5.99 from Friday to Sunday (£2.99 and £3.99 for children).
Dinner (remember there is over 40 main dishes served!) is £11.99 from Sunday to Thursday and £14.99 on Friday and
Saturday (£5.99 and £6.99 for children).
Address, Telephone Number and Website of Jimmy Chung's Chinese Restaurant In Aberdeen
401 - 405 Union Street
Tel: (01224) 593838
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The building that is now home to Jimmy Chung’s Chinese restaurant in Union Street and off Bon Accord Terrace was formerly The George Hotel. When this closed the building was refurbished into the Cupid Bar Diner before becoming the Long Island Iced Tea Shop in 1998.