Exterior

Exterior

Lune Town is another of my regular haunts for late night Chinese take away, when I’m not otherwise partaking of the delights of places like China Star or Eastern Cuisine.

William Street is a lovely little part of town with an interesting mix of pubs, eateries and boutique shops. I’ve enjoyed visits there to Maialino, A Room in the West End and Nikki’s, amongst others.

Vegetables

Vegetables

I found their restaurant busy when I wandered in but they had a little table for take out customer contemplation so I sat there and worked things out. I settled upon chicken and mushroom soup, a spring roll, a mixed chow mein and some broccoli and straw mushrooms.

I was quickly on my way back to my abode to munch. My dear mother assisted me in this eating endeavour.

Noodles and whatnot

Noodles and whatnot

The spring roll was a little off usual standards, but everything else was impressively good. The profusion and range of bits and pieces with the noodles was very good indeed. The soup was lovely and the vegetables were well prepared and fresh. I was entirely content.

So overall, I continue to value Lune Town as a reliable spot for high quality Chinese fare. I’ll be back, no doubt, and would happily recommend that you pay it a visit.

Scores
Blythe scores Lune Town
4/5 for food
3.5/5 for presentation
3.5/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 14.5/20

I ate: chicken and mushroom soup; veggie spring roll; house chow mein; broccoli and straw mushrooms

I wore: pinstripes

Total bill: £20.80

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Written by BKR