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Jun Ming Restaurant, Twickenham

Jun Ming Restaurant, Twickenham
For a restaurant away from the main throws of Church and York Street in Twickenham (where a fair whack of the decent eateries reside) I am always intrigued when I see a good portion of folk dining at a restaurant off the beaten track. For this reason Jun Ming had been on my radar a while and when I finally got the chance to check it out, I did. Jun Ming Is a relaxed spacious restaurant with welcoming staff and when we walked in, no booking, the waitress offered us more than one seating arrangement which was quite nice. The restaurant itself is a mix of Chinese and Thai food. They offer a buffet style meal for around £20 and the usual a la carte. We opted for the usual menu with a generic Malborough Sauvignon Blanc (not my favourite but Chic Geek insisted) The ambience is cosy with a relaxed yet lively atmosphere - folk really do seem to enjoy it here. We were given run-of-the-mill prawn crackers, with a surprisingly pleasant magic sweet/sour red sauce, so…