Chinese restaurant chain Chop Chop opens its first Glasgow eaterie


CHINESE restaurant Chop Chop has opened its first branch in Glasgow.

Chop Chop specialises in serving up dishes from the north-east of China compared with the predominantly Hong Kong cuisine of most restaurants in the sector.

The Glasgow restaurant, in Mitchell Street, features an “an outdoor design, transporting guests to a park in China with a cherry blossom tree and a garden path leading guests from the entrance to the bar”.

The Glasgow Chop Chop is trying to achieve the feeling of the outdoors with its decor
The Glasgow Chop Chop says it is trying to achieve the feeling of the outdoors with its decor


Dishes are brought to the table in random order as soon as they are ready.

The unlimited banquet option is offered to large groups as a way to try a wide variety of different dishes and costs £20.25 per person.
An unlimited business lunch is offered priced at £7.50 and an unlimited weekend lunch at £14.95, including soft drinks, hot drinks and dessert.

Owner and head chef Jian Wang said: “We are really excited about the new design in our Glasgow restaurant which will be emulated across our subsequent restaurant openings.

“We have been planning to expand for a number of years and Glasgow seemed like the obvious next step.”