This Chinese Restaurant Is Serving A ‘Bottomless Tea’ With Bao Buns & Salt N Pepper Chicken

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This Chinese Restaurant Is Serving A ‘Bottomless Tea’ With Bao Buns & Salt N Pepper Chicken

WowYauChow has a brand new bottomless offering.

If there’s one thing that was missing from the Manchester dining scene, it was bottomless Chinese food. And WowYauChow delivered. Inventing their bottomless lunch just this summer, Secret Manchester readers went absolutely nuts for the delicious lunchtime treat, and now, they can enjoy bottomless tea, too.

Launching just recently, the new offering knocks the classic bottomless brunch up a couple of notches, bringing an endless supply of delicious food, cocktails, beers and more for 90 whole minutes – but this time, at teatime.

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Available to order Wednesdays and Thursdays between 5 and 9pm, guests can indulge in bottomless everything – including a number of absolute classic dishes. From bao buns to salt n pepper chicken, there’s plenty on offer, with three plates served per person at one time. Pick a small plate, bao bun and a main dish, before being able to tuck into more once you’ve finished.

On the small plates menu, guests can choose from salt n pepper chicken, beef spring rolls, wings, ribs, dumplings, wontons and salt n pepper fries, with a ton of bao buns on offer filled with chicken curry, duck, tofu, Sichuan dandan and salt n pepper chips. Finally, for the mains, tuck into a choice of singa vermicelli, steak black pepper, chilli chicken, char sui pork, cauliflower curry, hot n spicy vegan chicken or salt n pepper mushrooms.

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To accompany all that bottomless grub, there’s plenty of booze on the menu, including free-flowing Gin Fizz cocktails, strawberry daiquiri slushes, the Blushing Dragon, a selection of wines, Tsing Tao beer or soft drinks.

Costing just £35pp to fill up on as much as you’d like for the 90 minute period, the new bottomless tea option is available now – and you can find out more here.

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