If you’re looking for a place to take your friends out in Swindon, then Rendezvous is the place for you. Their name predisposes them to provide a venue in which to meet, and when you do gather at their location on Hoopers Place in the heart of the Old Town in Swindon, you’re going to be treated to such an array of Asian specialities that you’ll want to make your regular rallying point. The decor is suitably decadent and upmarket, their staff courteous and efficient and their menu is focussed on the Chinese canon, cooked to perfection and brought piping hot to your table. Book a table, invite your mates and make a move along to Rendezvous on Hoopers Place for a great Chinese meal in Swindon.
Exceptional choice for a Sunday lunch with plenty of options wether you are a vegetarian, shellfish or carnivore foodie. Lovely decor. With service to match.
Lovely food,good service, friendly staff. Lovely atmosphere. Two dishes got forgot but turned up once staff got reminded. Was our second visit. Would visit again.
The secret of Chinese cuisine lies in the intermarriage of flavours and the traditional order in which dishes are served. While the chef needs to make the most of the ingredients in the kitchen, the waiting staff are tasked with bringing the dishes in the correct sequence and in the requisite style that creates the atmosphere required for the ideal night out. When you step through the doors of Rendezvous in Swindon, you know that you are in safe hands in this regard. They build the ambience with expertise, and the food is good enough to speak for itself. Let us talk you through the menu that you will encounter on Hoopers Place in the heart of the Swindon Old Town.
Chinese restaurants often serve food in banquet form, and indeed, we will take you through a mock banquet at Rendezvous in Swindon. Ours begin with a soup, and the chicken and sweetcorn or the hot and sour are the obvious place to start. Follow them with a selection of starters – barbecue spare ribs, won tons, sesame prawn toast – or a crispy duck to share around the table, before moving onto one of the decadent mains. Spice fiends will go for the Kung Po king prawns in chilli sauce or the Sichuan chicken, while vegetarians will migrate towards the Peking style grilled bean curd or the mushrooms in black pepper sauce. This only a small fragment of the menu, however: to discover the rest, you’ll have to head to Hoopers Place in the Old Town to enjoy one of the best Chinese restaurants in Swindon for yourself.