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Chinese restaurants in London are usually clustered around Soho and Covent Garden, but the extent of the Asian dining scene go far further than the West End. Some 20 miles to the south west in Addlestone – and hour away on the train, an hour and a half by foot and a leisurely seven hour stroll – there is a Chinese which is more than holding its own. The Stanley House on Station Road offer all the Chinatown classics in a local and welcoming atmosphere, with a menu heavy on the big hitters and family favourites. When you take the trip to this Chinese restaurant in Addlestone, begin your meal with a dim sum combo – prawn dumplings, char siu pork buns, siu mai, siu long pau – before moving on to some Mongolian lamb or crispy Peking duck and then a stir fry such as lemon chicken, beef with green peppers in a black bean sauce or a seafood special such as king prawn foo yung. Take a trip to Addlestone and The Stanley House for a Chinese meal to remember – just remember to book ahead.
Really bad experience - If I could I would give this place a Zero (0)rating. Stanley House staff kept telling me that my taste card was out of date when it actually expires in 8 months time in October 2017 and blatantly said so on the bottom of my card. Staff barely spoke English which made the communication even worse - they obviously didn't want us to use our card which was a shame as it was my 50th birthday. We subsequently left this joke of a restaurant and went across the road to the Indian restaurant Mystica where we were received & treated like valued customers and we Were able to use our taste card without any problems.