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Chinese Meal and Take Away Restaurants In Dyce Jimmy Chungs The Runway Restaurant
- Menu, prices and facilities.
Part of the Jimmy Chung group, The Runway restaurant is a converted pub. The meals and prices are the same as the Jimmy Chung's in Aberdeen Union Street, read the review
and for the menu.
One benefit of the Dyce restaurant is that it is on one level and has wheelchair access to the restaurant, the bar, the take away and the toilet facilities.
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The other benefit is that there is a large free car park right outside the restaurant - great news for people like me who eat loads and roll out of the restaurant and into the car!
The buffet meals are at the same value prices and the menu is just as comprehensive. The tables here are nicely spaced for privacy and comfort and the staff are just as attentive and efficient. To read about the buffet, prices and opening times see our Union Street Jimmy Chung's
Address, Telephone Number and Website of Jimmy Chung's Chinese Restaurant And Take Away In Dyce
257 Stoneywood Road
Tel: (01224) 712882
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