Kampung Indo-China Restaurant information

Kampung serves up an intoxicating selection of Malaysian, Thai and Singaporean dishes using only the finest and freshes herbs and spices.

Ranked #2513 of 5241 restaurants in London

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Kampung Indo-China Restaurant reviews

By Nicki Q.

we ate here just before Christmas and thought it was a bit pricey, but the food was nice. Went back tonight ( 13/03/15) and have been totally appalled from start to finish! The crispy duck was soggy, pancakes were cold and shredded so you couldn't wrap anything! satay chicken & prawn toast swamped in grease. Despite our better judgement, we held out for the main courses... Tasteless, cold...cheap chicken used that tasted disgusting and again, swimming in grease. We ate half the egg fried rice, gave up and paid £40 for the privilege of not eating. The whole experience was made worse by the complete disinterest of the staff, despite the fact we were the only customers AND had service charge added! Definitely won't be returning a third time!

By Jennifer B.

Excellent, freshly prepared food. Small portions ensure that you get to eat lots of different dishes - so this restaurant is more for people who like variety than for people who like one dish all to themselves! They are also happy to adapt the very long list of dishes that they offer (I usually ask for some stir fried broccoli which is always lovely). The atmosphere isn't the best so I wouldn't necessarily recommend this restaurant for a party unless you're the kind of group that likes to create its own atmosphere. Staff are mixed - mainly very friendly, but a couple who are more abrupt, although still remain polite. I've never been a big fan of Chinese buffets as the food tends to suffer from sitting around on hot plates. So this is a great alternative, with the food being prepared to order. I would definitely recommend this restaurant. My family have been going here for years and the quality is consistently good and far superior to other local chain restaurants.

By Adam K.

I love Kampung, food is always great and I've never had a problem with the service. Must be about 100 dishes to choose from, which you order and they prepare fresh and bring it out to the table. The portions aren't large, too avoid on wastage I guess - but this suits me fine as I like to try several dishes in a night. Hell, if there's something you like in particular you just tell them and they'll bring you extra (as you can order as many times as you like). The restaurant is always busy whenever I go there, which speaks volumes about the food.

By Z Q.

If you dont want a dodgy tummy the next day DONT eat here. If you dont like bad service and rude staff, DONT eat here. If you want your money's worth when you pay £17 for an unlimited amount of food and dont want to be told what to order, DONT eat here. Absolute disaster zone. We had a large party, all paid £17 for unlimited food and they made it as difficult as possible for us to get any food at all! It took them about 1.5 hours to finally get our main courses and then you were frowned upon if you tried to order more dishes. The kids menu is for under 10's which for my 11 year old niece was ridiculous as no way would she eat as mmuch as an adult - they thought they were then being nice by offering her meal at £10 instead of £8, their kids meal price. Shy scrounge an extra £2 when your party will be spending at least £300 on food alone?! The Malaysian curry I had tasted nothing better than a tin of uncle benn's sweet and sour or a £1 iceland special and all the dishes my partner then ate tasted the same as this one. I gave up after this one plate which was seriously under parr and didn't order anything else. Do to the bad stomach I now have I am glad I didnt take the chance. Unfortunately this place will stay alive due to its prime location in winchmore hill but save your money and eat food 20 times better at Jim Thompsons accross the road (unfortunately we couldnt get in here in Saturday as it was full). Kampung is like a tourists £4.95 all you can eat you'd find in W1. Awful.

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