China Tower (Ballybofey) restaurant, Ballybofey, Donegal
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China Tower (Ballybofey) 2.5 star review: My family and i went here one week ago for a meal while we were sitting eating my 5 year old son spotted a mouse and told us i had a look but seen nothing 10 min later a little girl at the other table got up to use the toilet and let out a scream ....sitting in the corner was a mouse for all to see we told the staff which was one Chinese girl and all she said was aawww .I for one will not be eating in that place again and good luck to the ppl who do as i don't think anything was done about the pest problem
Credibility Score: 9%
China Tower (Ballybofey) 5.0 star review: As a regular customer to the Oriental in Stranorlar, and not the "Oriental Palace" which does not exist in the Twin Towns. I find their food delicious and of excellent quality. I have never had a "yuk sung" for a starter as the Oriental does not offer it as a starter or for any other part of the meal. However, it is not just the quality of the food that improves your evening at the Oriental, it is the standard of the staff ( who all speak fluent English), service and the relaxing environment in which you are seated. I think Elton John would be proud to be compared to this cosy little restaurant. My last meal at the Oriental Restaurant was sweet and sour chicken meal which I found to be extremely satisfying with a side order of egg fried rice. And I would recommend for anyone who is visiting Donegal and Stranorlar area to go and see for themselves. Thank you.
Credibility Score: 88%
China Tower (Ballybofey) 2.0 star review: we visited china tower sister restaurant in stranorlar "oriental palace" which is 5 mins walk from ballybofey....looks are deceiving?? wats an experience...from the outsitd and lookinh trought the window it looked very much a cosy place to eat inside it looked like elton johns front room...my god...we were the only diners in the hour and half we spent there. it was dimley lit only one bulb out of 5 working over our table...i had yuk sung for starter which is normally a dry mix of beef chicken or pork itwas hard to describe and tasteless. the sweet and sour pork glowed at the table with the over use of red food colouring everything was salty, and to top it off a waitress who didnt understand english..do not visit this chinese when in donegal, over priced and food is disgusting...