Two-Course Chinese Meal For Two (£19) or Four (£36) With Rice or Noodles and Glass of Wine Each at Chow Restaurant (Up to 59% Off)
- Traditional Chinese restaurant
- Variety of meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes
- Glasgow West End location
- Starter and main course
- Starters include sesame prawn toast and crispy spring rolls
- Mains include beef satay and sweet and sour chicken
- Rice or noodle dish each
- Glass of wine each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Eat-in only. Excludes Fri-Sat 6-9pm. Excludes seasonal dishes. Valid for starter, main course and rice or noodle dish each. Excludes scallops and Peking aromatic duck main courses. Must be aged 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 9 July 2012 at 5.19pm.
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After being caught red-handed on the wrong menu, the criminal dumpling showed a won-ton disregard of the law. Take it into your own hands with today's Groupon from Chow Restaurant. Choose from the following options for a two-course Chinese with rice or noodles and glass of wine each:• £19 for two people (Up to 57% Off)
• £36 for four people (Up to 59% Off)
Anchored in the West End of Glasgow, Chow keeps cravings at bay with an ocean of traditional Chinese cuisine. The establishment’s à la carte menu dives deeper into the East with slow-cooked meat dishes, freshly-prepared seafood, and sizzling stir-fries with just a splash of soy sauce.
Setting sail from Glasgow’s city streets to the Far East, culinary cruises will ride the waves with the deep-fried scallops (£5.90) or salt and pepper pork ribs (£4.60), before docking at a destination of choice. Travel hotspots include the likes of the crispy shredded beef (£9), chicken topped with a mandarin dressing (£7.80), or king prawns in a green pepper and black bean sauce (£8.80). Sailing alongside the offerings will be a rice or noodle dish (up to £4) and a glass of wine (£3.30) each.
TripAdvisors give their visits to Chow a satiating 3/5 score, while Qypers grade it a tastier 4/5 stars. Several reviewers were fond of the small, intimate space and returned for the consistent tastes.
Classic dishes are executed well, with a hot and sour soup striking the correct balance of spice and acidity, while prawn dim sum is delicate and classically presented. A choice of steamed fish varies daily and gives the kitchen a little more leverage; a whole seabass is filleted precisely and allowed to shine with a light ginger and soy reduction.
– The List’s Eating and Drinking Guide, 2012 edition
The restaurant is very small but I think that's what makes chows such a great experience! Table service has always been efficient when we have visited and have never experienced rude staff. The food is reasonably priced and the portions huge which makes it great value for money. When we are in the mood for Chinese cuisine I couldn't think of any other restaurant I would rather go to!
– Chunderchops, TripAdvisor, Jan 2012