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TitleLondon’s Best Chinese Restaurants | 28 Great Chinese Restaurants
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BodyLondon’s best Chinese restaurantsDelicate Cantonese cooking, fiery Sichuan delights and high-end banquet-style dishes are all in our round-up of London’s best Chinese foodWritten by Time Out London Food & Drink , Sarah Cohen & Chris WaywellMonday 4 October 2021FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailWhatsAppAdvertisingThere’s a lot more to Chinese food in London than luminous-orange sweet ’n’ sour chicken and the old egg-fried. Whether you want to keep things authentic in Chinatown (still full or great discoveries), nip down to a treasured local or give your tastebuds something more adventurous to try, you’ll find brilliant suggestions on this curated list.  London’s Chinese-food scene stretches in many, many directions. There’s Cantonese dim sum, fiery Xinjiang hotpots, poshed-up teahouse staples, fragrant Sichuan dishes and classic Beijing duck, at restaurants ranging from high-end to the super-casual. Chopsticks at the ready!  RECOMMENDED: the best restaurants in Chinatown. An email you’ll actually loveGet into a relationship with our newsletter. Discover the best of the city, first.By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.🙌 Awesome, you're subscribed!Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon!The best Chinese restaurants in London. Jessica LongA Wong. RestaurantsChineseVictoriaForget gilded dragons, book-length menus and stir-fries by numbers, Andrew Wong’s pared-back Pimlico Chinese is a singular affair offering elevated cuisine at everyday prices. Preserved duck egg with marinated tofu, chill and soy is typical, as is poached razor clam with sea cucumber, vinegar tapioca and wind-dried sausage. Enjoy at your leisure.Read more© Rob GreigBaoziInn (Newport Court). RestaurantsChineseChinatownKitsch Communist Revolution decor meets northern Chinese street food tidied up for London at this lively joint in Newport Court. True to Sichuanese form, red is the predominant colour and chilli fire the overriding taste sensation: dan dan noodles, smacked cucumber salad and crescent dumplings are all good. Yes, the food’s spicy, but it’s also deliciously cheap.Read moreAdvertisingBarshu. RestaurantsChineseSohoThe original of a Sichuan gang that also includes BaoziInn, Barshu is a refreshing change from Chinatown’s mostly Cantonese restaurants. Come here for prairie tripe, fragrant and hot pig’s trotters, stir-fried chicken gizzards with pickled chilli and other fiery tongue-tinglers – just remember to have plenty of soothing tea on tap. Read moreCafé TPT. RestaurantsChineseChinatownAt a glance, Café TPT’s menu looks longer than the complete musings of Confucius, with offerings from across mainland China and beyond. Best bets are Cantonese staples such as succulent roast duck on rice or garlicky prawn-stuffed tofu in a hot stone pot, although we crave the Hong Kong-style Tai pai tong hawker dishes too.Read moreAdvertisingDin Tai Fung. RestaurantsTaiwaneseCovent Gardenprice 2 of 4A world-famous Taiwanese restaurant with an outpost in Covent Garden, Din Tai Fung is known for its street-food small plates and signature xiao long bao (soup dumplings). These delicate steamed parcels come served in bamboo baskets and filled with the likes of spicy pork, chilli crab and soft prawn. While you’re there, be sure to order the crispy prawn pancakes, and the wontons with black vinegar and chilli oil.Read moreEtles. RestaurantsChineseWalthamstowprice 1 of 4Something a bit different: this family-run restaurant specialises in Uyghur cuisine – a fusion of Chinese, Middle Eastern and Persian influences developed by ethnic groups around the Silk Road. Traditional dishes such as ox tongue in chilli and vinegar or herb-marinated lamb hoof with peppers are great value – and a world away from sweet-and-sour.  Read moreAdvertisingFour Seasons. RestaurantsChineseChinatownprice 1 of 4A famous purveyor of Cantonese roasted meats, the long-serving Four Seasons still deals in the ‘golden trio’: crispy duck (a contender for London’s best), char siu (barbecued pork) and siew yoke (crispy pork belly). Everyone is here for plates of these chunky specialities on rice, although the 20-page menu is full of other possibilities.  Read moreGold Mine. RestaurantsChineseQueenswayIt may look like a provincial function room, but this Chinese roast-meat specialist attracts as many visitors from the Far East as it does local students. The must-orders are the duck and char siu (barbecued pork), which can be seen hanging in the open kitchen by the front window – although most of the dishes here pass muster.Read moreAdvertisingMing Tang-EvansHakkasan. RestaurantsChineseTottenham Court RoadLaunched back in 2001, this Michelin-starred Cantonese trendsetter remains a benchmark against which all high-end Chinese restaurants should be judged. It’s one for the big spenders, who lap up dazzling signature dishes such as roasted silver cod with champagne and honey, or jasmine tea-smoked organic pork ribs. Sexy, moody and still oh-so cool.  Read morePhoto credit: Paul Winch-FurnessHunan. RestaurantsChineseChelseaprice 3 of 4Visit this acclaimed but under-the-radar Chinese and you’ll be asked if there’s anything you can’t/won’t eat and what level of spice you like. After that, you’re in the kitchen’s hands as wave upon wave of progressively larger plates arrive, often with the distinctive taste of Hunanese regional cuisine. Not cheap, but definitely worth it.Read moreAdvertisingHutong. RestaurantsContemporary AsianLondon Bridgeprice 4 of 4Like the original Hutong in Hong Kong, this London offshoot is a glitzy, high-end Chinese with some magnificent views. It has the same northern Chinese menu, the same plate-glass aesthetic and the same ersatz Old Beijing decor. The only difference is in the spicing, which has been slightly dialled down for Western palates.Read moreBook onlineImperial Treasure. RestaurantsChineseSt James’sprice 4 of 4One of only a handful of London restaurants dealing in refined Cantonese food, Imperial Treasure is a grand, high-ceilinged spot in Mayfair with classy service and even better barbecued duck (the delicious kind you’ll find hanging in the window in Chinatown). The prices border on blow-out, so order carefully. One for a special occasion. Read moreAdvertisingJen Café. RestaurantsChineseChinatownprice 1 of 4Although this green-painted café calls itself a tea specialist, it’s the hand-wrapped dumplings that keep us coming back. The cheapest are the northern Chinese jiao zi (aka ‘Beijing dumplings’) – eight white sachets filled to bursting with pork or vegetables for a fiver. Okay, we’ll come clean – they’re one of our go-to Chinatown snacks.Read more© Rob GreigLittle Lamb. RestaurantsChineseShaftesbury Avenueprice 2 of 4This buzzy restaurant on the northern edge of Chinatown is a hotspot for hotpots. Choose your broth (they range from the healthy-sounding ‘herbal tonic’ all the way through to the ‘hot and numbing pot’, heady with the smell of Sichuan pepper), your raw ingredients (pork, beef, lamb, squid, fish balls) and get cooking at the table. Read moreAdvertisingMama Lan. RestaurantsChineseBrixtonInspired by the Beijing stall run by owner Ning Ma’s grandparents, the deliciously ramshackle Mama Lan serves hearty northern-Chinese street food – in particular, dumplings. Brown-bottomed beef and pork pot-stickers fly out of the kitchen at an impressive rate, although veggie alternatives filled with wood-ear mushrooms and spinach are also good. Read more© Tricia de Courcy LingMin Jiang. RestaurantsChineseKensingtonWe’re very fond of Min Jiang, not only for its superlative daytime views of Kensington Gardens, but also for its celebrated take on Beijing duck – a dish of two gigantic ritualistic servings that needs to be ordered in advance. Also expect Sichuan classics such as double-cooked pork belly with Chinese leeks.Read moreBook onlineAdvertisingAndy ParsonsMy Neighbours the Dumplings. RestaurantsChineseClaptonprice 2 of 4A former pop-up offering dim sum-style dining for local hipsters, MNTD’s watchword is definitely not authenticity. Still, the dumplings themselves are excellent, with handmade shells and irreproachable fillings. We’re also fans of fusion riffs including the spicy peanut-and-celery salad, as well as the sake-based cocktails (also great while you’re waiting for a table).Read morePark Chinois. RestaurantsChineseMayfairAnother best-in-show contender from Alan Yau, this hugely atmospheric Mayfair rendezvous channels 1930s Shanghai with its slinky velvet-toned restaurant and jazz lounge. The PC carbonara – a Chinese take on the Italian classic that replaces pasta with udon noodles – is a must-order, as are the all-too-sinkable signature cocktails. Pricy, but perfect posh date territory.Read moreAdvertising© Britta JaschinskiPearl Liang. RestaurantsChinesePaddingtonDon’t let the traffic mayhem and less-than-lovely tower blocks around Paddington station put you off coming to Pearl Liang: its sophisticated, blossom-decorated dining room and moodily lit cocktail bar are real lookers. And the mainly Cantonese menu rarely disappoints – especially the choice of exquisite dim sum (visit during the day for the full selection).Read moreBook onlineEricLeePhoenix Palace. RestaurantsChineseMaryleboneDecked out in lavish Oriental style, Phoenix Palace is a favourite of international businessmen, but its easy-going bustle also suits local families, who crowd round circular tables for the excellent weekend dim sum (reservations are a must unless you fancy queueing). Dinner is a particular blast during Chinese New Year.Read moreAdvertisingRob Greig / Time OutRoyal China Club. RestaurantsContemporary AsianBaker StreetAs the exclusive clubby name suggests, this premier link in the Royal China chain has an air of quiet five-star elegance, right down to the faint background tinkling of a piano. The kitchen turns out consummate Cantonese cooking, using prized ingredients at every opportunity, while polished staff make everyone feel like a visiting dignitary.Read moreJonathan PerugiaShikumen. RestaurantsChineseShepherd’s Bushprice 2 of 4 Foodwise at this Chinese restaurant in Shepherd’s Bush’s Dorsett Hotel, top marks go to the exquisitely crafted dim sum – from the signature xiao long bao to sophisticated open parcels of scallop siu mai topped with tobiko – while the dining room reflects the classy comfort of its hotel setting.Read moreAdvertising© Jamie LauThe Sichuan. RestaurantsChineseMoorgateprice 2 of 4With its karaoke room and laminated picture menu, this fiery Sichuan joint is old school – although its food has real depth and complexity. The chef’s fish special comes with a Scoville-scale sucker-punch, but don’t ignore the dan-dan noodles or pork dumplings bobbing in soupy red chilli sauce. Portions are generous, so share with friends who aren’t faint-hearted.Read moreBook onlineShu Xiang Ge. RestaurantsChineseChinatownprice 2 of 4Smack-bang on Chinatown’s Gerrard Street, this Sichuan spot has a space built into every wooden table for bubbling hotpots. If you’re a fan of face-numbingly spicy food and cooking your own meat at the table, head down to feast on adventurous ingredients like brains and beef aorta. Less adventurous ingredients like fish balls are available, too, but be warned: this place doesn’t really pander to Western palates. Read moreAdvertisingRob Greig Time OutSilk Road. RestaurantsChineseCamberwellA pioneer of regional Chinese cuisine in London, this Camberwell cutie puts the focus on dishes from the north-west frontier province of Xinjiang. The flavours can be fiery, although they’re tempered with a plethora of spices – a legacy from the namesake Silk Road that was used to transport treasures between the East and West. Read moreTian Fu. RestaurantsChineseShepherd’s BushThere’s no shortage of budget chop suey joints in She Bu, but this is a proper Chinese restaurant serving more than the usual takeaway scoff. Sichuan cuisine (including a tongue-numbing mala hotpot ‘buffet’) is the draw, backed by gentler items such as Hunan-style red-braised pork belly. Fans of blood tofu and chicken stomach are in for a proper treat here.Read moreAdvertisingBritta JaschinskiXi’an Impression. RestaurantsChineseHighburyprice 1 of 4Chef Wei Guirong’s no-frills restaurant by the Emirates Stadium peddles street food from her birthplace, Xi’an (home of the Terracotta Army). Her cooking is marked by rich combinations of spices and soft hand-pulled noodles – although hardcore fans come for her stonking Xi’an pork burger.Read moreMichelle Grant / Time OutYauatcha. RestaurantsChineseSohoThere’s substance behind the style at this Soho stalwart, which mixes high-concept design with day-and-night dim sum – think sticky-sweet venison puffs, umami-filled foie gras taro croquettes and lobster dumplings with tobiko caviar. With exotic teas, bigger plates, premium sakes and patisserie treats also on offer, it’s easy to see why Michelin came a-calling. Read moreSee more Chinese restaurants in LondonShow moreAn email you’ll actually loveGet into a relationship with our newsletter. Discover the best of the city, first.By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions.🙌 Awesome, you're subscribed!Thanks for subscribing! 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DescriptionChinese Restaurants in London ; 1. A.Wong · 939 reviews · “Every second was magical” ; 2. Chojo · 313 reviews · “Definitely worth a visit - excellent” ; 3. Ma La ...
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TitleLondon’s best Chinese restaurants | British GQ | British GQ
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DescriptionFrom the tastiest takeaways to high-end Beijing duck banquets, these are the finest Chinese restaurants in the capital
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Etles
Imperial Treasure
Xi’an Biang Biang Noodles
Mr Chow
Kym’s
Yauatcha, Soho
Min Jiang
Hunan
The Royal China
Imperial China London
The Duck And Rice
Chai Wu
The Good Earth, Wimbledon Village
Tai Pan Express
Hutong
Bar Shu
Mama Lan, Stratford
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BodyLondon’s best Chinese restaurantsThere’s never been a better time to love East Asian food and live in the United Kingdom. From the tastiest takeaways to high-end Beijing duck banquets, these are the finest Chinese restaurants in the capital...By Paul Henderson24 January 2020FacebookTwitterPinterestFrom dim sum to regional cuisines, from Chinese imports to Western experiments with Eastern ingredients, there’s never been a more interesting time to be an East Asian food fan in the capital. Gone are the days of pandering to timid, Western palates: we’re in the middle of a true culinary renaissance, where Chinese restauranteurs are unapologetically returning to the flavours and textures of the country’s myriad regions.However, London is not just a city with a lot of choice. It’s also a city with a lot of bad choices. So we’ve scouted out some of the city’s finest restaurants – from takeout to Michelin-starred dining – to give you a solid repertoire of places for whatever you may be craving.Bao Borough. Where the original Bao in Soho has the feeling of eating in a high-end fashion boutique, the Bao in Borough has a real dive-yness that is well worth trying out as well. The same general culinary approach is here, as is the system of ordering by ticking courses off a menu. Here the feeling of a Taiwanese bar is in full force, but with one of the most delicious selections of non-alcoholic drinks in London to go alongside the booze: the Yakult float in particular is heaven, as is Bao’s own beer. Plus: there’s a karaoke room in the basement for when a few drinks turn into the desire to sing a few tunes.The menu blends expertise and guilty pleasures perfectly: the chicken nugget bao is given a new level of complexity by its fluffy, smoky bun. The curry cheese bao is so savoury and rich that you just want to giggle like a schoolboy who just got away with something. The short rib bao – full of gooey, rich meat and topped with the most opulent mayo you’ll ever try – is bananas in all the right ways. Perhaps the standout, however, is the 40 day-aged beef atop butter rice with a raw egg yolk. Once it's all worked in together it is smoky, velvety, creamy, rich, punchy, spicy... every adjective, all at once. You’ll be fighting away your companion’s chopsticks for the last bite. David Levesley13 Stoney Street, London SE1. baolondon.comEtles. China’s Uyghur population – increasingly persecuted in China itself – have a cuisine so unique and delicious that it is worth travelling to Walthamstow just to try it (and we don’t say that lightly). The one true outpost of their food in London, Uyghur cuisine sits at the intersection of Middle Eastern and Chinese cooking, bringing in familiar ways of cooking with brand-new flavours or familiar ingredients in ways you’re not used to seeing.Etles serves up all the classics of their cuisine, but the menu is not gospel: there are other dishes you might see coming out to other tables who are more familiar with Uyghur food. Like all great smaller London restaurants, the tablecloths are covered in plastic, it’s BYOB and it’s filled with families looking for familiar, nostalgic tastes.Order the big plate of chicken for the table, load up on the tender, insanely spicy sis kebabs and get yourself some of the lamb dumplings (tugur) and chaomian (chopped noodles with meat and veg in a thick, rich tomato sauce). DL235 Hoe Street, London E17. 020 3620 6978.Imperial Treasure. With outposts in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Guangzhou, Incheon and Paris, the super-luxe, Michelin-starred Imperial Treasure already had quite the reputation before landing in St James’s in early 2019. Admittedly, it got off to a slightly rocky start (earlier reviewers were horrified to learn that the £100 duck only consisted of one course), but such wrongs have been duly righted. Now, the ultra-delicious Beijing bird is served first with pancakes – sliced, as is tradition, table-side – and then in a choice of tasty sources (GQ suggests the ginger and spring onion), making the price rather reasonable. Other highlights include the delicate dim sum (think wagyu puffs, an exceptional crispy lobster roll, salt and pepper squid) and some seriously excellent live seafood, from oysters to crab via turbot. It’s best to think of Imperial Treasure as Chinese fine-dining, as opposed to a modern, music-fuelled Hakkasan type. The space itself is as grand as you would expect: high-ceilings, detailed cornicing, majestic marble and a slick black and gold palette make this one of the most handsome dining rooms in London. A treat, for sure, but one that’s worth splashing out on for a special occasion. Kathleen Johnston9 Waterloo Place, London SW1. imperialtreasure.comXi’an Biang Biang Noodles. If you’ve never been to Xi’an Impression next to the Emirates Stadium, you either have terrible taste or simply couldn’t get in. The founders have now understood that delicious, handmade noodles and Shaanxi province cuisine deserves a bigger surface area and opened a second outlet in Whitechapel last year (a third, Master Wei, can now be found in Bloomsbury). In this far more capacious eatery, all the same classics are available with far more room to breathe. The lamb burger and the dumplings are both delicious, but the reason to come here are the noodles: deliciously chewy and hand-pulled (the “Biang Biang” is onomatopoeia for the sound of noodles being slapped into existence) get the cumin-heavy spicy lamb noodles and experience some of the best-priced, best-seasoned food in the capital. DL62 Wentworth Street, London E1. xianbiangbiangnoodles.comMr Chow. Sudhir PithwaWhen Mr Chow opened 51 years ago, it was a celebrity-riddled hotspot that provided a rare glimpse into Chinese cuisine for Londoners. Half a century later, it’s playing top-40 pop, filled with families of the local and wealthy, and the food is the same ur-Chinese the Rolling Stones would have eaten back in its heyday. Sometimes this is great and sometimes this is bad, but honestly? Everything about the venerable Mr Chow is a series of distractions from the reason it remains a legend: the duck.Equalled perhaps only by Duddell’s in London Bridge, Mr Chow’s duck has a skin as thin as tissue and as crispy as nori – meat that is so moist it defies everything you knew about roasting – and comes with such an abundance of sides (where usually the helpings of spring onion and cucumber can only be described as anaemic) that it feels like a true banquet in and of itself. Plus those pancakes: like durable, gossamer flour tortillas. Who knew a bread could be the star? And the plum sauce! So complex it might as well have been written by James Joyce. Come, feast on a well-carved bird and then enjoy the conspicuous artistic provenance of everything you touch: the plates feature designs by Cy Twombly, the sign is by Gilbert & George and the art wall as you enter features at least one Peter Blake. Game recognising game. DL151 Knightsbridge, London SW1. mrchow.comKym’s. Andrew Wong and his eponymous restaurant have earned their place as one of London’s most show-stopping Chinese restaurants. At Wong’s newest – Kym’s in the Bloomberg Arcade – the plush opulence of the first is swapped for dark wood, low lighting and a cherry tree by the stairs. Focusing on classic Chinese barbecue and butchery with a few of A Wong’s dim sum and duck options, it’s a worthy addition to the family. The small plates shine fantastically at Kym’s: the green bean fritters are light and deeply savoury (the beaniest of beans) and go perfectly with the sticky residue left after you’ve motorboated a plate of the moreish pork ribs. The reason to come here, though, is the “Three Treasures”: a classic platter of quivering pork belly, buttery chicken and a slightly tarted-up char sui pork made with ibérico ham. There’s enough here to share but the real fact of the matter is that you should have a plate each. In fact, if anything, go big and go for a second round of the soy chicken. The mix of the mellow, soft meat with the fragrant and saline ginger and scallion sauce takes a simple Chinese dish to new heights. DL19 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4. kymsrestaurant.comYauatcha, Soho. For truly excellent dim sum in a sleek, stylish setting, there are few places in London that match contemporary tea room Yauatcha. Yet another standout Asian offering from Alan Yau (Hakkasan, The Duck And Rice, Wagamama and more), after opening in 2004, Yauatcha was awarded a Michelin star and has held onto it ever since. Located on the corner of Broadwick Street in Soho (although there’s also a newer, City outpost), passers-by line up to stare through the blue glass walls at the rows of picture-perfect patisseries. This is one of the few Chinese restaurants where it’s worth saving room for dessert. Make it the chocolate pebble: a rich orb made from Alto El Sol single-estate chocolate, brownie and caramelised white chocolate. However, at Yauatcha, dim sum is, of course, king. The pork and prawn shui mai are as good as any we’ve tasted in China. The plump lobster dumpling with Tobiko cavia, ginger and shallot is also a must-order. Steamed options aside, the crispy duck roll comes bursting with succulent meat and, in a nod to the classic duck pancake, cucumber and spring onion. Familiar classics are given a contemporary flair at Yauatcha. Their take on prawn toast - a crisp round of baguette-style bread, topped with an entire sesame-covered prawn, has been known to bring grown men to tears. Head to Yauatcha to celebrate the Year Of The Dog this month, because as well as a special menu, Yauatcha has commissioned two leading London artists to create innovative Chinese lantern art installations that will be on display throughout the month of February 2018. Happy new year to you. Kathleen Johnston15-17 Broadwick Street, Soho, London W1. 020 7494 8888. yauatcha.comMin Jiang. Not only is Min Jiang an outstanding example of authentic Chinese food, it also offers the second-best view from an oriental eatery in the capital (Hutong at The Shard pips it, with its vantage point in space). From the tenth floor of the Royal Garden Hotel it overlooks the splendid Kensington Gardens, but it’s the legendary Beijing Duck that draws visitors. Roasted in a wood-fire oven and immaculately carved at the table by gloved waiters, it has to be ordered in advance. (Do it now… even if you don’t go!) It’s worth it. For the Lunar New Year, Min Jiang also offers a special nine-course tasting menu (for £98 per person, from Jan 27-Feb 10) featuring Yu Sheng salad (featuring 23 ingredients that symbolise good fortune), dried scallop soup, braised pork belly and stir-fried razor clams with asparagus. If that doesn’t set you up for a year of happiness and well-being, nothing will. Paul HendersonRoyal Garden Hotel, 2-24 Kensington High St, London W8. 020-7361 1988. Min JiangHunan. Photo credit: Paul Winch-FurnessDon’t ask for the menu – there isn’t one - and don’t baulk at the bill (which there will be), because by the time you’ve gorged your way through the umpteen dishes spirited up from Chef Peng’s basement kitchen, you’ll have realised this Pimlico institution thoroughly deserves its not-so-secret fame. Chef Peng (that’s him, occasionally glowering from the top of the stairs, casting an approving eye of his necessarily tiny cohort of diners) has been doing his Taiwanese-influenced thing here since 1982, and if the signature “don’t ask, just get” service doesn’t do it for you (calm down, you can call a halt when you’ve had enough, or if it’s too spicy) then the celebrated wine list certainly will. Never tried a Gruner Veltliner with crispy frogs’ legs served with fermented bamboo shoots and chilli? Now’s your chance. Bill Prince51 Pimlico Road, London SW1. 020-7730 5712. Hunan LondonThe Royal China. The Royal China in Baker Street is the best Chinese restaurant in the country by a mile. Either that or it's the best Chinese restaurant in London by a country mile. Some might say that their branch in Queensway is the one to frequent, but then they would be sad losers with no taste or style. No, Baker Street is the one. Why? Well, it certainly has its negatives - you can't book, you always have to queue (no matter what time you pitch up), and the service is, how shall we say, a little brusque. However the food comes quickly, the food is excellent, and the food is cheap. It is a big restaurant, yet it feels intimate, and looks like a midtown Manhattan eatery from the Sixties. So much so that you almost expect Don Draper to be seducing his secretary on the next table. As Jackie Mason might say, "Try the dumplings.” Dylan Jones24-26 Baker Street, Marylebone, London W1. 020-7487 4688. The Royal ChinaImperial China London. For the most authentic (yes, really) Chinese food in London, a visit to Teddington (albeit the less fashionable side) is a must. While the exterior is in need of a little TLC, don’t let that put you off from experiencing the best dim sum in west London. The preparation that goes into each dish is more than a match for more celebrated joints dotted around the capital’s more visually appealing areas. Aside from the delightful dim sum, the seafood and lamb dishes are particularly palatable. Don’t expect five-star service, but the staff are efficient and it's good value for money. Imperial China is nearly always packed out with Asian families too… a sure sign of the quality fare the establishment serves up. GQ recommends the prawn and chive dumplings, and the Imperial China fish (stir fried fillets of Dover sole served off the bone). Kevin Long196-198 Stanley Rd, Teddington TW11. 020-8977 8679. Imperial China LondonThe Duck And Rice. If only all watering holes were like this lively Chinese restaurant-meets-pub, where the beer is fresh and unpasteurised and the bar snacks include a delightful array of dim sum, from venison puffs to scallop shumai. The informal yet sumptuously decorated two floor venue on Berwick Street (Soho) is from the king of London’s trendy Chinese food scene Alan Yau – the man behind Yauatcha and Hakkasan. The great thing about the menu here is that, while it’s Chinese food done properly, there are also plenty of takeaway classics to appease us boring Brits, with the comforting inclusion of classics like sesame prawn toast and chicken in black bean sauce. And, as with any decent pub, the drinks are worth a mention too. The copper beer tanks lining the walls downstairs do a great job of tempting you to try the fresh golden draught within, and there’s even a beer-based cocktail list. Kathleen Johnston90 Berwick Street, London W1. 020-3327 7888. The Duck And RiceChai Wu. At New Year, one of the most popular Chinese phrases is: “Zhù jíxīng gāo zhào!” Now most of you (hello GQ China readers) will know what that means, but for those who need a little help with your conversational Mandarin, it generally translates as: “May you come into a good fortune!” It’s a decent, reliable all-round expression to use, but especially pertinent if you rock up to Chai Wu on the 5th Floor at Harrods. Because as deliciously decadent as the food is, it is also terrifyingly expensive. But let’s not get bogged down in how many houses you have re-mortgage to eat in style, and let’s concentrate on the Beijing duck, the Korean lobster, the shredded Wagyu and Alaskan king crab. Then let’s think about the Emperor’s choice of sushi and sashimi, the dim sum dumplings topped with beluga caviar, and the Chilean sea bass with Champagne. You’ll need every penny of that fortune you are coming into to pay for that little lot, but it might just be worth it (possibly). PH87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1. 020-3819 8888. Chaiwu.co.ukThe Good Earth, Wimbledon Village. Finding a great Chinese takeaway can be tricky, so when you find one that not only delivers fantastic food, but doesn't follow it up with that post-blow out bloated feeling, you know you are on to a winner. Therefore, when we ordered Peking Duck pancakes, egg fried rice, chicken satay skewers and beef cashew satay curry from The Good Earth Wimbledon Village, and felt fine afterwards, we were delighted. The Good Earth is wholesome. The rice is fluffy and sweet, the duck free from fat, the beef satay delicately seasoned and tender. You eat it eagerly, but with healthy, moderate speed. And when you’re done, you feel full of nutrition, not chemicals. Eleanor Halls81 Ridgway, Wimbledon, London SW19. 020-8944 8883. The Good EarthTai Pan Express. I do not consider myself to be a greedy man. But when I order a Chinese takeaway something happens. I think it's the excitement. Problem is: most of them are terrible. Some of them are worse than that. A spectacular Chinese can take months to find – a lifetime even. Tai Pan Express is my Holy Grail. The prawn balls have just the right amount or crunch; the noodles are crisp and clean; the hot and sour soup packs plenty of punch. Reasonable prices, too. What more can you ask for? The perfect way to end (or start) the working week. I normally order the set meal for four. Alfie Baldwin149 High Street, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 8JY. 01895 622233. Tai Pan ExpressHutong. Photo credit: Paul Winch-FurnessHutong is not a perfect restaurant. The chairs are so uncomfortable they may as well have been designed by the Marquis de Sade, and after sunset the lighting is iris-testingly low. Yet we keep coming back. Why? The kitchen’s take on the “Lu school” cuisine of Shandong Province, served up with an extraordinary view courtesy of Hutong’s location high in the Shard, is transportative. Try any of their signature dishes, whether it’s the yam and pork belly crispy dumpling, or the Red Lantern crispy soft-shell crab with Sichuan dried chilli, and you’ll soon forget about those chairs. Charlie Burton33rd Floor, The Shard, 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY. 020-3011 1257. HutongBar Shu. Chinatown, like the indomitable village in Asterix, has largely held out against the culinary renaissance that has transformed the capital into the roiling galaxy of restaurants, tasting rooms and trend-infused “concepts” that it is today. To go into Soho, to those identikit MSG joints feels like a throwback to the Dark Ages. Leave it to the tourists, right? We might agree – we confess we sometimes catch ourselves thinking the same – except plenty of those tourists are Chinese, and they go there for a reason. Choose judiciously and you’ll have an experience to rival any that you might find in one of London’s blingy, theatrical, Asian dining palaces. Our go-to is Bar Shu, a Sichuan restaurant on the Chinatown fringes with an interior that’s a little more businesslike than certain others in the locale but a kitchen (and clientele) no less authentic. May it never change. CB28 Frith Street, London W1. 020-7287 6688. Bar Shu RestaurantMama Lan, Stratford. Tom NicholsonFrom private supper club to Brixton Village stall to six street food restaurants in fashionable hotspots across south and east London, Mama Lan has plenty to crow about. In fact, its story began even further back, with the snack stall in a Beijing street market run by founder Ning Ma’s mother and grandfather. The menu is refined, with colourful noodle dishes vying for flagship status with mouth-watering dumplings, and all laced with authentic flavours. It’s all small-dish fare, so spice up your meal with a side of sticky chicken wings and enjoy with wonton abandon. Aaron Callow21-24 Victory Parade, London E20. 020-8534 9778. Mama LanNow read:. 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TitleLondon's Best Chinese Restaurants: 17 To Try In 2021
Urlhttps://www.elle.com/uk/life-and-culture/travel/a36541093/best-chinese-restaurants-london/
DescriptionThe best Chinese restaurants in London that you need to make time to try this year. From the affordable to the extravagant, browse our top pick now
Date4 Jun 2021
Organic Position5
H117 Best Chinese Restaurants In London For Delicate Dim Sum, Blissful Bao And No-Nonsense Noodles
H21) A. Wong
2) Hunan
3) HUŎ
4) Etles
5) Gold Mine
6) Xi'an Impression
7) Yauatcha
8) Mao Chow
9) The Red Duck
10) Min Jiang
11) Royal China Club
12) Happy Lamb Hot Pot
13) Silk Road
14) Bun House
15) Ma La Sichuan
16) Dumplings & Baos
17) Fei Er Cottage
H3
H2WithAnchors1) A. Wong
2) Hunan
3) HUŎ
4) Etles
5) Gold Mine
6) Xi'an Impression
7) Yauatcha
8) Mao Chow
9) The Red Duck
10) Min Jiang
11) Royal China Club
12) Happy Lamb Hot Pot
13) Silk Road
14) Bun House
15) Ma La Sichuan
16) Dumplings & Baos
17) Fei Er Cottage
Body17 Best Chinese Restaurants In London For Delicate Dim Sum, Blissful Bao And No-Nonsense Noodles From no-frills noodle bars to extravagant eateries, these are the conversation-cancelling Chinese restaurants worth knowing. By Lian Brooks 04/06/2021 David Cotsworth London’s Chinese restaurant scene is wonderfully varied and host to everything from delicate dim sum to perfectly fluffy bao and blissfully slurpy noodles. With more variety of Chinese restaurants than ever before, there’s no longer any need to settle for toned down Western interpretations of classic Chinese dishes. Whether you’re in search of new flavours or comforting classics, tasty offerings are available in swanky central London restaurants and no-frills noodle bars alike. From 12-course dining experiences that reimagine old favourites to stripped back settings offering authentic dishes that are true to tradition, there truly is something for all tastes.Here, we urge you to forgo the fluorescent sweet and sour from your local chippy and upgrade your dinner plans today with our round-up of the best Chinese restaurants in London.1) A. Wong. David Cotsworth Andrew Wong’s eponymous restaurant sees traditional Chinese dishes honoured in the most creative and delicious way possible. Despite its Michelin accreditation, this upscale restaurant offers flavourful, excellent quality food at reasonable prices. Much more than just a modern dim sum joint, to get the full experience we thoroughly advise trying Wong’s curated 10-course ‘Taste of China’ menu which showcases the best of regional cuisine, including mouth-watering Shanghai dumplings and succulent Yunnan seared beef. Combine this culinary journey with sterling, attentive service (your tea cup will never be empty) and you’ve got the A. Wong experience.Location: 70 Wilton Rd, Pimlico, London SW1V 1DEFIND OUT MORE2) Hunan. Paul Winch-Furness Choice is overrated, and no one knows this better than Hunan. Menus don't exist at this Pimlico restaurant, with diners instead being prepared 12 or 18 courses as decided by Chef Peng. In a true test of trust, you’ll only be asked if you don’t like anything and what level of spice you can handle. However, if there’s anyone you can afford to trust it’s Chef Peng.Food is heavily influenced by Taiwanese cooking, with a number of other dishes hailing from the restaurant’s namesake Hunan, where Chef’s mentor was from. A true dining experience unlike any other, while past dishes have included crispy frogs’ legs and a warming minced pork broth, whether you’ll be lucky enough to sample these particular plates on your visit is another question. With tailored options available to meet the needs of vegans and those with food allergies or intolerances, there’s no reason for anyone to skip out on a trip to this exquisite Chinese restaurant.Location: 51 Pimlico Rd, London SW1W 8NEFIND OUT MORE 3) HUŎ. Charlie Mckay Though this airy Chelsea restaurant is the new kid on the block, you'd never know from HUŎ's effortless delivery of quality food and service to match. Having opened in June 2021, this stylish spot boasts a carefully curated selection of Asian dishes with thoughtfully balanced flavours that are sure to impress.Start with their sweet, crisped lamb in lettuce and spicy scallops for a refreshing yet hearty beginning to your meal. For mains, their wok-fried kam heong prawns, saucy pak choi and crispy shredded chilli beef make an excellent accompaniment to moist, well seasoned stir-fried beef fillet in spicy black pepper sauce and steamed rice. Equally, if you're after a lighter main then their duck salad will put you in good stead. Paired with watermelon, mint and cashew nuts, the mint cuts through the meatiness of the duck to make for a zingy and tasty treat. A crisp lychee martini pairs well, balancing out the sweeter notes of each dish.Plates are seasoned to enhance the natural flavours and textures of meat here, with each offering a different delicate taste. Reasonably priced, of excellent quality and with generous portions, HUŎ will quickly become your new favourite haunt.Location: 9 Park Walk, London SW10 0AJFIND OUT MORE4) Etles. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Eater (@eater) With a unique and delicious cuisine, Uyghur food melds elements of Middle Eastern dishes with Chinese. Having since expanded from their Walthamstow location to open a new venue near Cricklewood, Etles is a reliable restaurant go-to to have in the bank. A family run joint where everything is perfectly seasoned and nothing is oily, you’ll be hard pushed to find a Chinese restaurant in London where food quality and service comes close.Promising authentic food that will either take you back to Xi'an or introduce your palate to new and distinct flavours, we advise going in a group and ordering their large plate of spiced chicken for the table. Other menu highlights include their tender lamb skewers and stir fried leghmen noodles (hand pulled noodles topped with peppers, onions and meat). Certainly the best Uyghur restaurant in London, Etles are experts at fusing flavours that will make you leave wanting to book in your next visit immediately.Locations: 235 Hoe St, London E17 9PP and 424 Finchley Rd, London NW2 2HYFIND OUT MORE5) Gold Mine. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by PaulG (@paulglicious) All tastes are well catered to at this no-nonsense Chinese restaurant. Located in Queensway, though with a new Chinatown location on the way, Gold Mine is best known for its signature roast duck. Best enjoyed off the bone in a large group, individual portions of their classic roast duck are also on offer, along with a lengthy menu featuring Cantonese specials, dim sum and even a selection of Thai dishes.While the duck is a clear standout and a must for any visitors, we strong advise going in a group of friends where you can sample as many different plates as possible. Fast, tasty, and making a compelling case for the best roast duck in London, you will not leave disappointed.Location: 100-102 Queensway, London W2 3RRFIND OUT MORE6) Xi'an Impression. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by AGGRESSIVELY. (@aggressively) Xi'an Impression is a beloved Highbury restaurant known for its classic Shan Xi street food that includes hand pulled noodles and authentic Chinese beef burgers. Portions are generous and prices are reasonable, with our top pick being their Xi'an biang biang noodles that come in a special chilli sauce with tender chunky beef.Located directly opposite Arsenal’s football stadium, whether you’re a football fan or not, Xi’an Impression is a safe bet for a decent meal. While the interior is a fairly simple white-walled deal, it’s the food that you really come here for. If you needed another reason to justify a visit, it’s BYOB (for a small corkage fee), and while bookings aren’t available you shouldn’t have too much trouble getting a spot.Location: 117 Benwell Rd, London N7 7BWFIND OUT MORE7) Yauatcha. Assad Dadan Despite its effortlessly stylish setting, Yauatcha makes fine dining thoroughly accessible, with reasonable prices for Michelin star quality food. A celebration of Cantonese cuisine, dim sum makes up the restaurant’s main offering and is served throughout the day, though they have a number of different menu options tailored to several price points.For those looking for something a little more luxe, we recommend treating yourself to their Harmony menu which includes two dim sum, an appetiser, a wok dish, a side and dessert per person. You might have to roll yourself home but you’ll be so glad you did. Special mentions must be given to their perfectly flaky venison puffs and steamed pork and prawn shui mai, though we’re confident that whatever you order here will go down a treat.Locations: 15-17 Broadwick St, London W1F 0DL and Broadgate, London EC2M 2QSFIND OUT MORE8) Mao Chow. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ᴍᴀᴏ ᴄʜᴏᴡ (@mao_chow) Though set in a small Hackney venue, this restaurant is full to the brim with character. Meat-eaters need not be put off by their exclusively vegan offering, with their authentic yet fresh take on Sichuanese classics making for a delicious meal that anyone who appreciates good food will enjoy.If you can get past the relatively small setting, you are in for a culinary treat. Each dish has been thoughtfully constructed, with layers of considered flavours coming together in harmony. We must insist you try their meaty veg dumplings if you visit, and be prepared for spice and pure delight in equal parts.Location: 159A Mare St, London E8 3RDFIND OUT MORE9) The Red Duck. SAM A HARRIS A recent opening in south west London's Balham is the Red Duck, a quaint eatery off the main high street with a terrace outside and casual seating inside. Priding itself on expertly sourced ingredients (duck from Northern Ireland, British beef), the contemporary menu offers a a modern twist on classic Chinese dishes. Must tries include the aubergine and tofu in black bean sauce, the three mushroom fried rice, char siu pork and panko prawn balls snack starter. The flavours are strong and aromatic, and if you're good with spice there are plenty of options to satisfy the fiery taste buds too like the sweet chilli fries and sichuan vegetable dumplings. The menu is smaller than a classic Chinese restaurant but still with ample choice for vegetarians and vegans. A long-awaited cool, modern Chinese restaurant with super attentive and friendly staff has arrived in south west London.Location: 1 Ramsden Rd, London SW12 8QZFIND OUT MORE 10) Min Jiang. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by TASTE LONDON (@tastelondon_) Min Jiang is Royal Garden Hotel’s suave white tablecloth Chinese restaurant. Promising spectacular views and even better food, this tenth floor Kensington restaurant is a treat for the senses, with flavours perfectly balanced throughout dishes.The dish to get here is their famous Beijing duck, roasted in a wood-fire oven and expertly carved by attentive gloved waiters. However, their extensive menu (including dim sum) means that all palates are well tended to here. For the times where you’re willing to spend a bit more for a memorable meal on a special occasion, Min Jiang has to be one of our top picks.Location: 2-24 Kensington High St, London W8 4PTFIND OUT MORE11) Royal China Club. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Royal China Club (@royalchinaclub) There’s a reason Royal China have five restaurants across London, and it’s down to their excellent food. With locations in everywhere from Baker St to Fulham, we favour The Royal China Club venue for its convenient location in the heart of the city, sitting between Baker Street station and Selfridges. As the name suggests, this is Royal China's more luxe offering, serving up refined interpretations of classic dishes. Though a large restaurant, dining here feels more intimate and is the perfect place for a special meal. Fresh Chinese style seafood and high-quality dim sum are reimagined at Royal China Club, setting it apart as one of the best Chinese restaurants in London. If you're not trying their dim sum then firm favourites include their lobster or steamed eel.Location: 40-42 Baker St, London W1U 7AJFIND OUT MORE 12) Happy Lamb Hot Pot. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jojo & Andy | London Food (@jojoandandy_) Since its opening, HaiDiLao Hot Pot has proved a popular pick amongst tourists and locals alike. However, for those seeking a hot pot meal with more ambience and more reasonable queues, Happy Lamb is our top pick.With a sleek and simple interior, this Holborn restaurant delivers affordable and moreish food that will ensure it soon becomes your go-to for hot pot. Offering a huge selection of meats, seafood and vegetable options, diners are given the option of spicy or mild broths depending on tastes. Their lamb skewers and fresh dumplings are standouts here, though with high-quality ingredients across the board, we're certain that whatever dish you order will go down well.Location: 2 New Oxford St, London WC1A 1ADFIND OUT MORE 13) Silk Road. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by D I V Y A | London 🇬🇧 (@myasianfoodstory) As with most decent restaurants, the food is the real selling point at Silk Road. With a majority of dishes from Xinjiang, you’ll be hard pushed to find a more authentic Chinese restaurant. Reasonably priced and with a simple interior, our menu highlights at this no-frills joint have to be their stir fried aubergine, crisped lamb skewers and spiced double cooked pork. Reliable, fast, and always popular, this is one place it’s wise to book ahead for.Location: 49 Camberwell Church St, London SE5 8TRFIND OUT MORE14) Bun House. Bun House A short walk from Leicester Square, as you might've gleaned from their name Bun House specialise in perfectly fluffy steamed buns. One of Chinatown's favourites, while this might not be the most ornate restaurant you visit, it will certainly be one of the most delicious. This is the perfect spot for grabbing a quick lunch, or even a takeaway bun if you're on the go. We recommend picking up their classic char sui pork belly Pig Bun that they're known for, though tasty extras like Cheung Fun and curried fish balls have also recently joined their offering. Still, you can't beat a classic, and this is the spot to have it. Those with a sweet tooth might choose to round off their experience with a custard bun - just be wary of drips!Location: 26-27 Lisle St, London WC2H 7BAFIND OUT MORE15) Ma La Sichuan. Ma La Sichuan Westminster’s Ma La Sichuan is a sleek restaurant that promises diners the flavours of Sichuan. With a lengthy menu on offer you’re spoilt for choice here, though their soft shell crab and siu mai (pork and prawn dumplings) are personal menu highlights. The meat is excellent quality across the board, coming through in dishes like their perfectly tender and well seasoned beef flank. Whatever you’re craving you’re bound to find something on Ma La Sichuan’s menu to hit the spot.Location: 37 Monck St, London SW1P 2BLFIND OUT MORE16) Dumplings & Baos. Dumplings & Bao Exactly what it says on the tin, Dumplings & Baos specialise in perfectly doughy baos and delicate dumplings. While they have an extensive menu, this is one place it clearly makes sense to try dumplings at, with our top pick being their deliciously rich lobster dumplings and their king scallop and prawn equivalent.This is also one of the few Chinese restaurants in London that offers a BYOB option (with a corkage fee of just £2.50), making for a nice little bonus on top of what is already a pretty sweet deal.Location: 31 Clapham Park Rd, London SW4 7EEFIND OUT MORE17) Fei Er Cottage. This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fei Er Cottage (@feier_restaurant) A hidden gem near St James Park, Fei Er Cottage is a good all-rounder Chinese restaurant which offers remarkable value for money. For those looking to have their fill and then some, they have an unlimited dim sum offer, as well as unlimited Chinese BBQ and hot pot deals. At just £18.99, their dim sum menu is our go-to, offering a number of classics like char siu buns and pork siu mai which can be ordered in batches of three. While all you can eat perhaps isn’t the most glamorous, Fei Er Cottage does it well. Hearty without compromising on quality, this certainly isn’t a restaurant you’ll leave hungry from. Location: 37 Strutton Ground, London SW1P 2HYFIND OUT MORELike this article? Sign up to our newsletter to get more articles like this delivered straight to your inbox.In need of more inspiration, thoughtful journalism and at-home beauty tips? Subscribe to ELLE's print magazine today! SUBSCRIBE HERE Related Stories 55 Outdoor Dining And Drinking Terraces In London 19 Of The Best Sushi Restaurants In London Lian Brooks Lian Brooks is Hearst's SEO Manager. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. 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TitleThe best Chinese restaurants in London | CN Traveller
Urlhttps://www.cntraveller.com/gallery/best-chinese-restaurants-london
DescriptionThe best Chinese restaurants in London, ranging from Michelin-starred dishes and regional specialists to street-food stands offering takeaway
Date2 Feb 2021
Organic Position6
H1The best Chinese restaurants in London open for delivery
H2The best Chinese restaurants in London currently open for delivery
Bao Soho
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BodyThe best Chinese restaurants in London open for deliveryLondon’s Chinese restaurant scene is diverse, ranging from Michelin-starred dishes and regional specialists to street-food stands. Here are the best of the bestBy Jenny Linford2 February 2021FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestThe best Chinese restaurants in London currently open for delivery. PinterestBao Soho. Best for: stylish steamed bunsDish to order: fried chicken baoSo small in size that waiting for a table is an inevitable feature of dining here, Bao Soho offers a speedy, hipster eating experience, and there are almost always queues outside on Lexington Street. A food stall turned bricks-and-mortar restaurant, the secret of Bao’s success is that it delivers on quality as well as style. The menu is short and assured, offering not only the plump, trademark Taiwanese buns packed with fried chicken and lamb shoulder, but also small dishes such as trotter fritters. Round off with Horlicks ice cream in a fried bao – contemporary comfort food.Address: Bao Soho, 53 Lexington Street, London W1F 9ASWebsite: baolondon.comBao Soho is open for delivery via baolondon.comPinterestHakkasan Hanway Place. Best for: glamorous Michelin-starred Chinese foodDish to order: Peking duck with caviarWith its unlikely alleyway location and appealingly decadent, moody nightclub atmosphere, Hakkasan was opened in 2001 by savvy restaurateur Alan Yau and trail-blazed a glamorous Chinese-restaurant experience then new to the UK, which continues to appeal. Start off with cocktails to get you in the mood. The elegant food lives up to the setting, with ingredients such as foie gras, caviar and wagyu beef all over the menu. This is a restaurant designed to make its diners feel indulged.Address: Hakkasan Hanway Place, 8 Hanway Place, London W1T 1HDTelephone: +44 20 7927 7000Website: hakkasan.comHakkasan is open for delivery via hakkasan.comPinterestHunan. Best for: Tasty small platesDish to order: Chinese chips (crispy beans in garlic and chilli)Offering small plates since 1982 – long before their current fashionable status, this Pimlico joint is known as the Chinese restaurant without a menu. Opened by Mr Peng and now run by his son Michael, diners here are asked what they don’t eat, then, instead of ordering, are brought a series of dainty, well-executed dishes. Surrendering menu control in this way is surprisingly relaxing and makes for a meal to remember.Address: Hunan, 51 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NETelephone: +44 20 7730 5712Website: hunanlondon.comHunan is open for delivery via supper.comRoyal China Baker StreetBest for: Classic Cantonese dim sumDish to order: roast pork bunsThe patient lunchtime queues trailing out of the restaurant on weekends say it all – this is dim sum worth waiting for. Come in a group so that you can order more dishes and, once inside and seated, choose from a tempting array of steamed and fried dim sum. This is the place to enjoy exemplary dishes of different textures, such as fluffy barbecued pork buns, slippery cheung fun rice-noodle dishes and delightfully crisp sesame prawn rolls. For pudding, try the intriguing, made-to-order black-sesame dumplings – a house speciality.Address: Royal China, 24-26 Baker Street, London W1U 3BZTelephone: +44 20 7487 4688Website: royalchinagroup.co.ukRoyal China is open for delivery via DeliverooPinterestSingapore Garden. Best for: South-east Asian specialitiesDish to order: Singapore chilli crabA family-run institution, this smart, efficient Singaporean-Malaysian restaurant has maintained its food standards for decades and achieved a loyal following. While the menu offers familiar dishes including steamed scallops, those in the know head for Singaporean specialities such as dainty kueh pie tee (prawn- and chicken-filled pastry cases), gloriously messy chilli crab or hokkien mee (prawn noodles). Save room for the toffee apples and bananas to round off your meal here.Address: Singapore Garden, 83 Fairfax Rd, London NW6 4DYTelephone: +44 20 7328 5314Website: singaporegarden.co.ukSingapore Gardens is open for delivery via singaporegarden.co.ukPinterestXi’an Impression. Best for: delicious Xi’an street foodDish to order: biang biang noodlesHidden away in a North London side street near the Emirates football stadium, this small, modest restaurant has acquired something of a cult following. Born in the city Xi’an (home to the famous Terracotta Army sculptures), Chef Wei Guirong offers Londoners a rare chance to try its hearty street food. Flavours are big and gutsy – chilli and garlic abound – while the signature hand-pulled noodles are a must-try. Prices are reasonable and portions are generous, so come with a good appetite.Address: Xi’an Impression, 117 Benwell Rd, London N7 7BWTelephone: +44 20 3441 0191Website: xianimpression.co.ukXi'an Impression is open for delivery via UberEatsChinese restaurants in London temporarily closed due to lockdownPinterestA Wong. Best for: playful, intelligent, innovative Chinese foodDish to order: duck-yolk custard bunTalented, London-born Chinese chef Andrew Wong made his name with this intimate restaurant which he and his wife Nathalie opened in 2012, taking over the (slightly obscure) Victoria site from his restaurateur parents. His fresh approach to Chinese food – at once respectful of the past, creative and inventive – quickly gathered him fans, and in 2017 the restaurant gained a Michelin star. A particular highlight is the cleverly conceived, skilfully executed daytime dim sum menu, a delight for both the eyes and the palate.Address: A Wong, 70 Wilton Road, London SW1V 1DETelephone: +44 20 7828 8931Website: awong.co.ukA Wong is temporarily closed due to lockdownPinterestBright Courtyard Club. Best for: A taste of ShanghaiDish to order: braised tofu with pork and mushroom in XO sauceWith its light and airy surroundings, calm atmosphere and attentive service, Bright Courtyard – sister restaurant to a Shanghai establishment – lends itself to both intimate dining à deux or feasting with a party of friends. The menu offers a chance to sample less familiar Shanghai dishes, including smoked fish and tender lion’s head meatballs (made from pork), as well as classics such as xiao long bao (thin-skinned, soup dumplings).Address: Bright Courtyard Club, 43-45 Baker Street, London W1U 8EWTelephone: +44 20 7486 6998Website: brightcourtyard.co.ukBright Courtyard Club is temporarily closed due to lockdownPinterestXu Teahouse and Restaurant. Best for: upmarket Taiwanese foodDish to order: shou pa chickenDiscreetly positioned in the heart of the West End, this sophisticated offering from the successful Bao team shows how clever they are at creating restaurants. The intimate surroundings and glamorous, dark-wood interiors, designed to evoke a Thirties Taipei social club, form an appealing backdrop for cocktails and sophisticated Taiwanese and Chinese dishes made from quality ingredients, ranging from dainty but flavourful dumplings to poached goose and rich lardo rice. A great option for a romantic meal.Address: Xu Teahouse & Restaurant, 30 Rupert Street, London W1D 6DLTelephone: +44 20 3319 8147Website: xulondon.com Xu Teahouse and Restaurant is temporarily closed due to lockdownScroll down for more pictures of the best Chinese restaurants in London...Like this? Now read:The best takeaways in London for deliveryThe best restaurants in Chinatown, LondonThe best restaurants in London right nowThe best Japanese restaurants in LondonThe best Indian restaurants in LondonPinterestDuck at Bright Courtyard Club, LondonPinterestBright Courtyard Club, LondonPinterestBright Courtyard Club, LondonPinterestSoy chicken at A Wong, LondonPinterestBaby carrots at A Wong, LondonPinterestSesame ball at A Wong, LondonPinterestScallops at A Wong, LondonPinterestA Wong, LondonPinterestBao Soho, LondonPinterestFried chicken bao at Bao Soho, LondonPinterestBao Soho, LondonPinterestBao Soho, LondonPinterestAll the bao buns at Bao Soho, LondonPinterestBao Soho, LondonPinterestBao Soho, LondonPinterestBao Soho, LondonPinterestPig blood cake at Bao Soho, LondonPinterestFried horlicks ice cream bao at Bao Soho, LondonPinterestSteamed prawn dumpling at Hunan, LondonPinterestCrispy garlic beans at Hunan, LondonPinterestHainanese Chicken Rice at Singapore Garden, LondonPinterestLakasa at Singapore Garden, LondonPinterestKauy Pie Tee Top Hats at Singapore Garden, LondonPinterestXi’an Impression, LondonPinterestXu Teahouse and Restaurant, LondonPinterestXu Teahouse and Restaurant, LondonPinterestXu Teahouse and Restaurant, LondonPinterestXu Teahouse and Restaurant, LondonPinterestXu Teahouse and Restaurant, LondonPinterestHakkasan Hanway Place, LondonPinterestHakkasan Hanway Place, LondonPinterestHakkasan Hanway Place, LondonPinterestHakkasan Hanway Place, LondonPinterestHakkasan Hanway Place, LondonPinterestDim sum platter at Hakkasan Hanway Place, LondonTopicsEating & DrinkingLondonEnglandUKEurope
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TitleBest Chinese restaurants London | Tatler
Urlhttps://www.tatler.com/article/best-chinese-restaurants-london
DescriptionBest Chinese restaurants London: From delicious dim sum to sizzling Szechuan spice, we've rounded up the finest places for a Chinese feast
Date1 Mar 2021
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H1The 8 best Chinese restaurants in London to head to this summer
H2Imperial Treasure
Min Jiang
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China Tang
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BodyThe 8 best Chinese restaurants in London to head to this summerFrom delicious dim sum to sizzling Szechuan spice, we've rounded up the finest places for a Chinese feast – the perfect way to celebrate the reopening of restaurants after 17 MayBy Tatler1 March 2021FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestCheck restaurant websites for further details on reopening datesImperial Treasure. 9 Waterloo Pl, St. James's, London SW1Y 4BEImperial Treasure is, hands down, the grandest Chinese restaurant in London. Its sister restaurants in Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai have Michelin stars and one imagines the first London outpost has similarly lofty ambitions. Just off Pall Mall, it's covered in marble up to its high, original ceilings, with cool, contemporary wooden fittings giving an intimate feel to the enormous, opulent space. Though unquestionably Chinese, there is an East-meets-West vibe going on in the menu – with dishes like honey-glazed Ibericó char siu pork, roast French quail and Foie Gras all appearing alongside Chinese classics. The Peking duck, their signature, doesn't come cheap and has to be preordered – matured for 40 days, it's carved in front of you by the chef. But there's plenty more on offer: past dishes include soft-shell crab covered with crispy soya 'crumble', chicken with Szechuan chilli that comes sizzling merrily in a claypot, soft and deliciously salty aubergine and tofu. The cocktails are killer, and the puddings without doubt worth holding out for: the pretty, gold-brushed steamed charcoal buns with custard are just the way to end a night of indulgence.Min Jiang. 2–24 Kensington High Street, London W8 4PTIf you're used to dining in grand, hotel-based Chinese restaurants in Asia, you'll feel right at home in Min Jiang, located on the 10th floor of the Royal Garden Hotel. Service is slightly formal and clipped, the lighting a touch (only a touch) too bright, but the food – the main event – is sublime. The star dish is wood-fired Beijing duck in two servings, the second with a choice of four types of preparation. No matter what you choose, though, you'll eat like an emperor. One Chinese mogul is said to come straight from Heathrow and then eat lunch and dinner here every day of his week-long stay.Yauatcha. 15-17 Broadwick Street, London W1F 0DLMany claim that Yauatcha is the very best place in London for dim sum, and we would probably say the same. Try them once and you will never forget the taro croquettes or the venison puffs, so light they practically need to be weighted down. And drinking oolong tea here mid-afternoon, when Yauatcha morphs into a tea house, you can almost imagine yourself in rural China - it's that authentic.Uli. 5 Ladbroke Road, London W11 3PAFans of the minuscule Uli Chinese/Asian on All Saints Road were gutted when it shut a few years ago. Two of them, Graham Rebak and Adam Wilkie, decided to relaunch the restaurant, along with founder Michael Lim. It's small but smart and an outdoor terrace adds space. With accessible dishes like Szechuan chilli prawns and crispy shredded beef alongside Thai and Malaysian faves, this is 'entry level' Asian cooking, which is precisely what makes it so yummy.Mei Ume. 10 Trinity Square, London EC3N 4AJIn principle we're opposed to a combined Chinese/Japanese restaurant. However, in the case of Mei Ume, at the cracking Four Seasons hotel, we make an exception - because it's so damn good. On the Japanese side, wok-fried wagyu is the real deal and there's a live sushi station. But the Chinese menu - from ex-Royal China chef Tony Truong - gets our vote for pure refinement. Wok-fried Dover sole and braised pork belly with spinach and bacon are both stand-out dishes.Park Chinois. 17 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8EAThe first thing to know about Alan Yau's Mayfair restaurant, inspired by the golden era of French chinoiserie and with more than a nod to old Hollywood glamour, is that it's beautiful. The second is that the live jazz is so good, the vibe so smoochy, it should have an X certificate - the world's first X-rated restaurant. And the third is the food. Dish after ambrosial dish, like spicy king crab with lotus, washed down with Ruinart, the house champagne and one of our faves.China Tang. 53 Park Lane, London W1K 1QAChina Tang was founded by the late, extraordinary Sir David Tang. Only he could have created a restaurant where the Cantonese food would satisfy the most discriminating diner and an environment where the Sultan of Brunei, Kate Moss and Kanye would all feel equally at home. We love this swellegant place and will always think of Sir David when we're here.Chai Wu. 87–135 Brompton Road, London SW1X 7XLTucked away within Harrods, dishes at this Knightsbridge restaurant aren't cheap (the signature Beijing duck is £96 for the whole or £56 for half), but we all need to spoil ourselves once in a while. And here's an uplifting surprise - excellent inflation-beating cocktails, including an exquisite lychee Chai Wu martini. Plus you can go straight from a decadent lunch to a luxury shopping spree, which might just be the perfect afternoon.Subscribe now to get 3 issues of Tatler for just £1, plus free home delivery and free instant access to the digital editionsMore from TatlerContent. 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BodyBest 10 Chinese restaurants in London We pick our top London Chinese restaurants, from the best Chinese restaurants in Chinatown to Michelin-starred hangouts. Whether you’re desiring dim sum, in search of street-food dishes or are craving a full-on Cantonese feast, head to one of London’s best Chinese restaurants - and there’s not a Chinese buffet in sight! 1. Min Jiang. Find traditional Chinese cookery updated for the modern age at Kensington's Min Jiang. Although a great place for provincial Chinese dishes; many come simply for its wood-fired duck, which is served over two courses. Perched on the 10th floor of the Royal Garden Hotel, this stylish restaurant boasts views of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. Book now 2. Imperial China London. Visit one of the largest Chinatown London restaurants for Cantonese dishes and a wide choice of dim sum, with a focus on seafood. Housed over three floors and featuring karaoke rooms and even its own carp pond, Imperial China London knows how to impress. During the weekend, you're also able to delve into a roast meat platter featuring roast duck and barbecued pork. Book now 3. Hutong. A post shared by Life FR (@life_fr_) on Dec 27, 2017 at 6:26am PST Savour spectacular views of London from this plush northern Chinese restaurant on level 33 of The Shard. Choose from dim sum such as Shanghai-style xiaolongbao or mains such as monkfish in Yangtze hot and sour broth. Lanterns, wooden dividers and a Chinese wishing tree make the visuals inside Hutong almost as impressive as the vistas outside. Book now 4. A. Wong. Indulge in some of the finest regional Chinese cuisine at Michelin-starred A. Wong. This stylish Victoria restaurant draws on traditional recipes from all of China’s provinces as part of a 10-course tasting menu. If you’re looking for a more relaxed affair, it's one of the best dim sum London eateries. 5. Baozi Inn. Tuck into traditional street food from Northern China at three-storey Baozi Inn in Chinatown. Choose from light-as-air baozi (steamed buns), house speciality dan dan noodles or hearty noodle broths; all at an affordable price. The decor fuses Chairman Mao-themed artwork and traditional lanterns with modern furnishings. 6. Hakkasan Hanway Place. A post shared by Hakkasan Hanway Place (@hakkasanhanway) on Sep 24, 2017 at 7:22am PDT Discover a menu full of modern Cantonese fare from chef Tong Chee Hwee at this Michelin-starred venue. The original restaurant of what is now a global brand (there is another in Mayfair), Hakkasan Hanway Place stands out with its sleek, dimly lit interiors with dark oak bar and latticed screens. Don’t miss the signature crispy duck salad with pomelo, pine nut and shallot. Book now 7. Feng Shang Princess. Imagine lazing in a quiet backwater of Guangdong’s Pearl River at Feng Shang Princess, a floating restaurant in leafy Regent’s Park. Cantonese flavours dominate, with traditional favourites such as soft shell crab, crispy shredded beef and sweet and sour pork having attracted a host of celebrity diners over its 30 years. Book now 8. Ping Pong. With locations across London, Ping Pong offers a lively stopover for a light bite during a busy day out in Covent Garden, Soho or South Bank and other locations. Specialising in dim sum, teas and cocktails, these contemporary restaurants offer some of the best Chinese in London for those on a budget. 9. Yauatcha. A post shared by @LONDON (@london) on Jan 6, 2018 at 10:20am PST Delve into dim sum at Alan Yau's Yauatcha. Alongside dumplings and specialties such as venison puffs, you’ll find more substantial dishes at the relaxed all-day “tea house” in Soho. Its Michelin-star may suggest formality, but that’s far from the case; making it a great place for grazing over a relaxing lunch or dinner. You can also find Yauatcha in the City. Book now 10. Plum Valley. Step into London Chinatown restaurant Plum Valley and you'll find a calm escape from city life, with a peaceful setting inspired by a Chinese garden. The menu here is a Chinese, Japanese and Thai fusion. Come for a dim sum feast and try pork buns, spring rolls and wasabi prawn dumplings. Or go a la carte and share a classic Peking crispy duck. Book now Book a Chinese restaurant in London. Explore by category. All Chinese Restaurants
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TitleLondon’s Best Chinese Takeaway | The Best Chinese Restaurants in London - Eater London
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BodyThe Best Chinese Restaurants for Takeaway in London Moulding themselves to the taste of their local communities, find frazzled salt and pepper chips, fragrant Malaysian fried chicken, and mahogany-skinned duck by Angela Hui, Jonathan Nunn, and Jessica Wang Updated Aug 6, 2021, 11:57am BST Share this story. Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: The Best Chinese Restaurants for Takeaway in London . Pocket Flipboard Email View as Map Malaysian fried chicken, centre, at Chu Chin Chow | Jessica Wang by Angela Hui, Jonathan Nunn, and Jessica Wang Updated Aug 6, 2021, 11:57am BST Share this story. Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: The Best Chinese Restaurants for Takeaway in London . Pocket Flipboard Email “Chinese takeaway” can be many things: a mode of restaurant; a lazy descriptor; a hub of a community. Focus on the first and last, and just take things very literally, and it’s possible to map a breadth and depth of cooking that spans Anglo-Cantonese classics, Sichuan tradition, Canto-Malay ingenuity, and everything in between. Read More Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically. 1. Chu Chin Chow Copy Link 7 Cat Hill, East Barnet, LondonBarnet EN4 8HG, UK 020 8449 5156 020 8449 5156 Visit Website Chu Chin Chow has been quietly delivering one of London’s finest fried chicken dishes to those in the area since 2005. Every last piece of the Malaysian Fried Chicken (MFC) is a flavour bundle of succulent meat embedded in shattering layers of chicken skin interwoven with caramelised aromats. Chicken take away for very lucky locals. —JW Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: The Best-Value Restaurants in London Where to Order Takeaway and Delivery in North London 2. Etles Uyghur Restaurant Copy Link 235 Hoe St, WalthamstowLondon E17 9PP, UK 020 3620 6978 020 3620 6978 Visit Website Mukaddes Yadikar’s acclaimed Uyghur restaurant, is Walthamstow’s finest neighbourhood restaurant. It remains open for takeaway and is delivering through Deliveroo. A great option both for smaller and larger households with dishes such as chaomian, a stir-fry of short, cut lengths of noodle wokked with chunks of of beef, spring onion and tomato; and the trademark da pan ji (‘big plate chicken’): a remarkably deep, savoury, and spicy chicken and potato stew, teeming with Sichuan peppercorns, served with flat hand-pulled noodles. —AC Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: 10 London Restaurants Serving Cross-Border Cuisines The 38 Essential Restaurants in London 3. Wing Wah Copy Link 68 Leytonstone RdLondon E15 1SQ, UK 020 8534 7179 020 8534 7179 Expect nothing but deliciousness from this little legendary blue takeaway that’s been going for the last 40 years. There’s no delivery option available and it’s cash-only, but when a business doesn’t have any online presence or accept card payments in this day and age, it’s a sign of good eating. Expect more than generous portions of dry-style sweet-tangy stir-fried Singapore noodles, house special fried rice and black bean dishes, which are the real stars of the show. Make friends with Wendy, the Chinese woman serving behind the counter and she’ll sneak in a bag of free prawn crackers with the order. —AH Open in Google Maps 4. Green Cottage Copy Link 9, New College Parade, South HampsteadLondon NW3 5EP, UK 020 7722 5305 020 7722 5305 Dating back to the 1970s, Green Cottage is an institution that has withstood the test of time and, now, COVID-19. The menu may be a bible of old-school Cantonese classics that overwhelms one with choice but it only takes one glance up to the glossy rows of roast ducks on display and the answer becomes clear. —JW Open in Google Maps 5. Shanghai Chinese Copy Link 459 Green St, Upton ParkLondon E13 9AU, UK 020 8472 4732 020 8472 4732 A family-owned diamond in the rough on the main strip of Green Street around the corner from Upton Park station. Shanghai Chinese has the look of that typical old-school neighbourhood Chinese takeaway joint, and has actually been around for over 30 years. Open for day and evening service takeaway. Portions tend to err on the large side, the flame-kissed stir-fried chop suey comes with an abundance of fresh vegetables and actually crisp shredded crispy beef is the ideal balance of sweet, tangy and salty. However, the deep-fried selection is the name of the game here, with well-seasoned salt pepper fried chicken wings and shatteringly crisp gigantic pancake rolls — both perfectly greaseless. —AH Open in Google Maps 6. Tian Tian Copy Link 166 Mile End RdLondon E1 4LJ, UK 020 7790 6269 020 7790 6269 Visit Website It’s easy to get lost and overwhelmed by the size of Tian Tian’s colossal menu. Spanning from Japanese teppanyaki to Singaporean-style spare ribs and Xinjiang barbecue skewers, ensures all the bases are covered. Make a beeline for most of the much-loved Sichuan staples and it’s a safe bet for a delectable meal. Opt for the green beans with minced pork, fried lamb with cumin, fish fillets in hot chilli oil, special “green” house tofu with dried scallop and spinach. Sadly, other worthy bestsellers such as deep-fried brinjal with pork floss, crispy, spiced cereal prawns and the sharing dry braised fish are offered as dine-in only and don’t travel very well. —AH Open in Google Maps Sign up for the newsletter Eater London . Sign up for our newsletter. 7. Hot Lips Copy Link 2 Portal WayLondon W3 6RT, UK 020 8896 7575 020 8896 7575 Visit Website A delivery, Deliveroo-only kitchen — so proceed informed — which adds a regionally diverse option to a share of good Cantonese options in west London. A crimson, brooding mapo tofu is excellent, with skewers of barbecued lamb or chicken holding up surprisingly well; skip the noodle dishes and seriously consider the pork and Chinese cabbage dumplings. —JH Open in Google Maps 8. Kar Woo Halal Chinese Takeaway (Stepney Green) Copy Link 56 Ben Jonson RdLondon E1 3NN, UK 020 7791 2826 020 7791 2826 Visit Website A Halal Chinese chippy tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac road where they sling fish and chips alongside takeaway classics with some added fusion curveballs. A smaller menu than most, but Kar Woo has nailed certain items such as salt pepper king prawns which are light, crisp and golden with just the right amount of seasoning, fluffy chicken fried rice and tangy Singapore noodles — all dishes come with the bonus option to pick and mix extra options such as chilli oil, naga sauce and fresh spring onions. What Kar Woo really excels in here is in sacrilegious but wonderful offerings not normally seen on a Chinese chip shop menu. Take the unconventional woo burger, for example, a battered burger with double cheese, spring onion and chilli sauce that could easily give Ronald McDonald’s iconic saver menu cheeseburger a run for his money. —AH Open in Google Maps 9. Four Seasons Copy Link 84 Queensway, BayswaterLondon W2 3RL, UK 020 7229 4320 020 7229 4320 Visit Website It’s no secret that Four Seasons’ roast duck from the mothership is a cut above the rest. Accurately seasoned and reliably fired to mahogany with not a wrinkle in sight and ever-appropriate skin to fat to meat ratios. However, the real attention to detail comes in the form of the house condiments and shamelessly asking for extra soy sauce and chilli oil is the ultimate move. —JW Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Eat in London’s Chinatown The Best Places to Eat in and Around London’s Parks 10. Wings Chinese Café Copy Link 19 Market Square, PoplarLondon E14 6AQ, UK 07455 581909 07455 581909 An outdoor Chinese takeaway that’s in the unassuming Chrisp Street Market. Husband and wife duo Sam and Viv have been cooking some of the finest Cantonese fast food in Poplar since 1952. Think cha chaan teng (HK-style cafe) meets greasy spoon, with food that’s strictly no-frills easily filling stomachs for under a fiver. Find classic takeaway dishes that have been given the wok-hei treatment such as roast duck Cantonese style in a salty thick brown gravy gloop sauce, chicken chow mein flecked with charred bits of spring onion and beansprouts and chunky sweet and sour pork that’s not in the least bit soggy. What’s more, the elusive Chinese-Scouse hybrid salt and pepper chips make an appearance on the menu and they’re mixed with hunks of chunky onions, peppers and liberally tossed with chillis and spices. —AH Open in Google Maps 11. Wong Kei Copy Link 41-43 Wardour St, West EndLondon W1D 6PY, UK 020 7437 8408 020 7437 8408 Visit Website Overshadowed by a reputation for rudeness which it shed decades ago, Wong Kei is maybe the closest central London has to a communal canteen. In usual times, people, usually tourists, come here in groups but the real spirit of Wong Kei is on the ground floor, reserved for solo diners only, four to a table, sometimes filled with a kind of silent desperation, or the chatter of those comparing their orders. But for now, luckily, there’s takeaway from the counter: the standouts are the huge pork chops, deep fried and either dry with salt and chilli, or wet with gravy and aubergine, the assorted meat ho fun, prawns entombed within tofu, aubergines and green peppers, any of the scrambled egg dishes, and the wonton or beef brisket noodle soups, pungent with ginger and MSG, that will stave away colds for a rapidly oncoming winter. And if any of the dishes has a rare below-par day, each one is salvageable with some chilli oil to go. —JN Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: 13 Superb Places to Dine Alone in London Where to Eat Outside in London 12. Maxim Chinese Restaurant Ealing, London, Peking Cuisine Copy Link Maxim Chinese Restaurant, 153-155 Northfield Ave, West EalingLondon W13 9QT, UK 020 8567 1719 020 8567 1719 Visit Website Maxim has always been well worth the trip west to Ealing, especially for old-school Pekingese dishes that aren’t found anywhere else in central London. For now, it’s the preserve of lucky west London locals. With a hefty menu spanning over hundred items, the classics, such as duck, lobster, rice and noodles, are all here, but the standout dishes are fried king prawns with egg whites and signature barbecue ribs. —AH Open in Google Maps 13. Lucky Dog Copy Link 81 East St, WalworthLondon SE17 2DH, UK Walworth is remarkably blessed with decent takeaway Chinese options — up until recently the best was Oriental Tasty House whose Anglicised public menu was a front for Fujianese specials and a variety of fish dishes that could be requested via the seafood shop two doors down, which the restaurant also owns. Its closure, whether permanent or temporary, cedes the crown to Lucky Dog, a takeaway version of the Dongbei restaurant on Brick Lane of the same name. The best dishes are the classic Dongbei ones — a guo bao rou with thin sheets rather than chunks of pork, lightly battered in a pastel orange-pink syrup, a proper grown up version of sweet and sour, or the di san xian (three treasures from the earth), aubergines, potatoes and green peppers, a homestyle dish of vegetables quick fried in the wok to induce caramelisation and then tossed together into a thick, starchy sauce. —JN Open in Google Maps 14. Happy Valley Chinese Copy Link 160 Southampton Way, CamberwellLondon SE5 7EW, UK 020 7703 7516 020 7703 7516 The truth is, the best Chinese takeaways are the ones nearest to home, the ones which nightcap a potentially disastrous evening and send anyone off to bed with a smile. So in this spirit, the best takeaway in London is actually Happy Valley on Southampton Way at about 11.30 pm when the drunks are congregating outside and the older bald chef has finished his cigarette break and is back at the wok seasoned with a generation’s worth of chow meins. Crispy noodles with black bean sauce please. —JN Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Eat in Camberwell Where to Find London’s Best Noodles 15. Silk Road Copy Link 49 Camberwell Church St, CamberwellLondon SE5 8TR, UK 020 7703 4832 020 7703 4832 The inside of Silk Road now too often resembles a seminar of Theatre and Performance students at Goldsmiths, which is why it’s all the more important to bypass sitting inside and get the food to go — which is still an option not a lot of people take advantage of. Since reopening in July, it feels like some dishes are back at a high consistency: the T.E.P. (tomato, egg, pepper) noodles had a proper hit of chilli and cumulonimbus egg whites coddling tensile noodles, and barely cooked tomato chunks, while getting the handmade cabbage in a tupperware makes it easier to drink its umami rich sauce despite it being at least 80% scalding oil. —JN Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Eat in Camberwell 10 Phenomenal Places to Eat Offal in London More in Maps . The Best New Coffee Shops in London The Hottest Cocktail Bars in London The Hottest New Restaurants in London, January 2022 16. Tasty House Copy Link 118 Denmark Hill, Herne HillLondon SE5 8RX, UK 020 7274 9538 020 7274 9538 There are two versions of Camberwell: one where Silk Road is its destination Chinese restaurant, and the other where it’s Tasty House. Like the Kosher Chinese restaurants of Golders Green, this takeaway on Denmark Hill is a testament to the ability of Chinese cuisine to mould itself round the tastes of a local community — in this case a predominantly working class, predominantly West African clientele. Its reputation is built off the back off burnished fried rice dishes, whose fugitive notes of wok smoke shares DNA with Ghanaian jollof, while all orders can be customised to levels of spiciness and porkiness. The menu has one truly outstanding dish difficult to get elsewhere in London: the salt and pepper chips, tanned in the fryer then stir fried with onions and chilli. —JN Open in Google Maps Also Featured in: Where to Eat in Camberwell 17. Hua Imperial Palace 华庭軒 Copy Link 4 Norbreck ParadeLondon NW10 7HR, UK 020 8991 5366 020 8991 5366 Visit Website With cooking from Kang Dong, who formerly ran an eponymous business out of Hoxton, this restaurant rewards the principle of scanning for diversions from the norm the menu establishes for itself. So on a menu mostly anchored in Anglo-Cantonese takeaway classics — of which Singapore noodles, chow meins, spring rolls, and particular lesser-spotted salt and pepper chips are executed to a good standard — look for numbing dan dan noodles rich with sesame; salted egg yolk prawns; Fujian pork soup; a decent rendition of hong shao rou hiding under “braised pork belly,”; and hand-pulled Lanzhou la mian. Open in Google Maps More in Maps . Where to Slurp Oysters From the Shell in London 17 Restaurants Every Londoner Should (Re)Discover 9 Winning Restaurants in Wimbledon © 2022 Vox Media, Inc. All rights reserved. Link copied to the clipboard. 1. Chu Chin Chow 7 Cat Hill, East Barnet, London, Barnet EN4 8HG, UK Chu Chin Chow has been quietly delivering one of London’s finest fried chicken dishes to those in the area since 2005. Every last piece of the Malaysian Fried Chicken (MFC) is a flavour bundle of succulent meat embedded in shattering layers of chicken skin interwoven with caramelised aromats. Chicken take away for very lucky locals. —JW 7 Cat Hill, East Barnet, LondonBarnet EN4 8HG, UK 020 8449 5156 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 2. Etles Uyghur Restaurant 235 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 9PP, UK Mukaddes Yadikar’s acclaimed Uyghur restaurant, is Walthamstow’s finest neighbourhood restaurant. It remains open for takeaway and is delivering through Deliveroo. A great option both for smaller and larger households with dishes such as chaomian, a stir-fry of short, cut lengths of noodle wokked with chunks of of beef, spring onion and tomato; and the trademark da pan ji (‘big plate chicken’): a remarkably deep, savoury, and spicy chicken and potato stew, teeming with Sichuan peppercorns, served with flat hand-pulled noodles. —AC 235 Hoe St, WalthamstowLondon E17 9PP, UK 020 3620 6978 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 3. Wing Wah 68 Leytonstone Rd, London E15 1SQ, UK Expect nothing but deliciousness from this little legendary blue takeaway that’s been going for the last 40 years. There’s no delivery option available and it’s cash-only, but when a business doesn’t have any online presence or accept card payments in this day and age, it’s a sign of good eating. Expect more than generous portions of dry-style sweet-tangy stir-fried Singapore noodles, house special fried rice and black bean dishes, which are the real stars of the show. Make friends with Wendy, the Chinese woman serving behind the counter and she’ll sneak in a bag of free prawn crackers with the order. —AH 68 Leytonstone RdLondon E15 1SQ, UK 020 8534 7179 Open in Google Maps 4. Green Cottage 9, New College Parade, South Hampstead, London NW3 5EP, UK Dating back to the 1970s, Green Cottage is an institution that has withstood the test of time and, now, COVID-19. The menu may be a bible of old-school Cantonese classics that overwhelms one with choice but it only takes one glance up to the glossy rows of roast ducks on display and the answer becomes clear. —JW 9, New College Parade, South HampsteadLondon NW3 5EP, UK 020 7722 5305 Open in Google Maps 5. Shanghai Chinese 459 Green St, Upton Park, London E13 9AU, UK A family-owned diamond in the rough on the main strip of Green Street around the corner from Upton Park station. Shanghai Chinese has the look of that typical old-school neighbourhood Chinese takeaway joint, and has actually been around for over 30 years. Open for day and evening service takeaway. Portions tend to err on the large side, the flame-kissed stir-fried chop suey comes with an abundance of fresh vegetables and actually crisp shredded crispy beef is the ideal balance of sweet, tangy and salty. However, the deep-fried selection is the name of the game here, with well-seasoned salt pepper fried chicken wings and shatteringly crisp gigantic pancake rolls — both perfectly greaseless. —AH 459 Green St, Upton ParkLondon E13 9AU, UK 020 8472 4732 Open in Google Maps 6. Tian Tian 166 Mile End Rd, London E1 4LJ, UK It’s easy to get lost and overwhelmed by the size of Tian Tian’s colossal menu. Spanning from Japanese teppanyaki to Singaporean-style spare ribs and Xinjiang barbecue skewers, ensures all the bases are covered. Make a beeline for most of the much-loved Sichuan staples and it’s a safe bet for a delectable meal. Opt for the green beans with minced pork, fried lamb with cumin, fish fillets in hot chilli oil, special “green” house tofu with dried scallop and spinach. Sadly, other worthy bestsellers such as deep-fried brinjal with pork floss, crispy, spiced cereal prawns and the sharing dry braised fish are offered as dine-in only and don’t travel very well. —AH 166 Mile End RdLondon E1 4LJ, UK 020 7790 6269 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 7. Hot Lips 2 Portal Way, London W3 6RT, UK A delivery, Deliveroo-only kitchen — so proceed informed — which adds a regionally diverse option to a share of good Cantonese options in west London. A crimson, brooding mapo tofu is excellent, with skewers of barbecued lamb or chicken holding up surprisingly well; skip the noodle dishes and seriously consider the pork and Chinese cabbage dumplings. —JH 2 Portal WayLondon W3 6RT, UK 020 8896 7575 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 8. Kar Woo Halal Chinese Takeaway (Stepney Green) 56 Ben Jonson Rd, London E1 3NN, UK A Halal Chinese chippy tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac road where they sling fish and chips alongside takeaway classics with some added fusion curveballs. A smaller menu than most, but Kar Woo has nailed certain items such as salt pepper king prawns which are light, crisp and golden with just the right amount of seasoning, fluffy chicken fried rice and tangy Singapore noodles — all dishes come with the bonus option to pick and mix extra options such as chilli oil, naga sauce and fresh spring onions. What Kar Woo really excels in here is in sacrilegious but wonderful offerings not normally seen on a Chinese chip shop menu. Take the unconventional woo burger, for example, a battered burger with double cheese, spring onion and chilli sauce that could easily give Ronald McDonald’s iconic saver menu cheeseburger a run for his money. —AH 56 Ben Jonson RdLondon E1 3NN, UK 020 7791 2826 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 9. Four Seasons 84 Queensway, Bayswater, London W2 3RL, UK It’s no secret that Four Seasons’ roast duck from the mothership is a cut above the rest. Accurately seasoned and reliably fired to mahogany with not a wrinkle in sight and ever-appropriate skin to fat to meat ratios. However, the real attention to detail comes in the form of the house condiments and shamelessly asking for extra soy sauce and chilli oil is the ultimate move. —JW 84 Queensway, BayswaterLondon W2 3RL, UK 020 7229 4320 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 10. Wings Chinese Café 19 Market Square, Poplar, London E14 6AQ, UK An outdoor Chinese takeaway that’s in the unassuming Chrisp Street Market. Husband and wife duo Sam and Viv have been cooking some of the finest Cantonese fast food in Poplar since 1952. Think cha chaan teng (HK-style cafe) meets greasy spoon, with food that’s strictly no-frills easily filling stomachs for under a fiver. Find classic takeaway dishes that have been given the wok-hei treatment such as roast duck Cantonese style in a salty thick brown gravy gloop sauce, chicken chow mein flecked with charred bits of spring onion and beansprouts and chunky sweet and sour pork that’s not in the least bit soggy. What’s more, the elusive Chinese-Scouse hybrid salt and pepper chips make an appearance on the menu and they’re mixed with hunks of chunky onions, peppers and liberally tossed with chillis and spices. —AH 19 Market Square, PoplarLondon E14 6AQ, UK 07455 581909 Open in Google Maps 11. Wong Kei 41-43 Wardour St, West End, London W1D 6PY, UK Overshadowed by a reputation for rudeness which it shed decades ago, Wong Kei is maybe the closest central London has to a communal canteen. In usual times, people, usually tourists, come here in groups but the real spirit of Wong Kei is on the ground floor, reserved for solo diners only, four to a table, sometimes filled with a kind of silent desperation, or the chatter of those comparing their orders. But for now, luckily, there’s takeaway from the counter: the standouts are the huge pork chops, deep fried and either dry with salt and chilli, or wet with gravy and aubergine, the assorted meat ho fun, prawns entombed within tofu, aubergines and green peppers, any of the scrambled egg dishes, and the wonton or beef brisket noodle soups, pungent with ginger and MSG, that will stave away colds for a rapidly oncoming winter. And if any of the dishes has a rare below-par day, each one is salvageable with some chilli oil to go. —JN 41-43 Wardour St, West EndLondon W1D 6PY, UK 020 7437 8408 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 12. Maxim Chinese Restaurant Ealing, London, Peking Cuisine Maxim Chinese Restaurant, 153-155 Northfield Ave, West Ealing, London W13 9QT, UK Maxim has always been well worth the trip west to Ealing, especially for old-school Pekingese dishes that aren’t found anywhere else in central London. For now, it’s the preserve of lucky west London locals. With a hefty menu spanning over hundred items, the classics, such as duck, lobster, rice and noodles, are all here, but the standout dishes are fried king prawns with egg whites and signature barbecue ribs. —AH Maxim Chinese Restaurant, 153-155 Northfield Ave, West EalingLondon W13 9QT, UK 020 8567 1719 Visit Website Open in Google Maps 13. Lucky Dog 81 East St, Walworth, London SE17 2DH, UK Walworth is remarkably blessed with decent takeaway Chinese options — up until recently the best was Oriental Tasty House whose Anglicised public menu was a front for Fujianese specials and a variety of fish dishes that could be requested via the seafood shop two doors down, which the restaurant also owns. Its closure, whether permanent or temporary, cedes the crown to Lucky Dog, a takeaway version of the Dongbei restaurant on Brick Lane of the same name. The best dishes are the classic Dongbei ones — a guo bao rou with thin sheets rather than chunks of pork, lightly battered in a pastel orange-pink syrup, a proper grown up version of sweet and sour, or the di san xian (three treasures from the earth), aubergines, potatoes and green peppers, a homestyle dish of vegetables quick fried in the wok to induce caramelisation and then tossed together into a thick, starchy sauce. —JN 81 East St, WalworthLondon SE17 2DH, UK Open in Google Maps 14. Happy Valley Chinese 160 Southampton Way, Camberwell, London SE5 7EW, UK The truth is, the best Chinese takeaways are the ones nearest to home, the ones which nightcap a potentially disastrous evening and send anyone off to bed with a smile. So in this spirit, the best takeaway in London is actually Happy Valley on Southampton Way at about 11.30 pm when the drunks are congregating outside and the older bald chef has finished his cigarette break and is back at the wok seasoned with a generation’s worth of chow meins. Crispy noodles with black bean sauce please. —JN 160 Southampton Way, CamberwellLondon SE5 7EW, UK 020 7703 7516 Open in Google Maps 15. Silk Road 49 Camberwell Church St, Camberwell, London SE5 8TR, UK The inside of Silk Road now too often resembles a seminar of Theatre and Performance students at Goldsmiths, which is why it’s all the more important to bypass sitting inside and get the food to go — which is still an option not a lot of people take advantage of. Since reopening in July, it feels like some dishes are back at a high consistency: the T.E.P. (tomato, egg, pepper) noodles had a proper hit of chilli and cumulonimbus egg whites coddling tensile noodles, and barely cooked tomato chunks, while getting the handmade cabbage in a tupperware makes it easier to drink its umami rich sauce despite it being at least 80% scalding oil. —JN 49 Camberwell Church St, CamberwellLondon SE5 8TR, UK 020 7703 4832 Open in Google Maps Related Maps The Best New Coffee Shops in London The Hottest Cocktail Bars in London The Hottest New Restaurants in London, January 2022 16. Tasty House 118 Denmark Hill, Herne Hill, London SE5 8RX, UK There are two versions of Camberwell: one where Silk Road is its destination Chinese restaurant, and the other where it’s Tasty House. Like the Kosher Chinese restaurants of Golders Green, this takeaway on Denmark Hill is a testament to the ability of Chinese cuisine to mould itself round the tastes of a local community — in this case a predominantly working class, predominantly West African clientele. Its reputation is built off the back off burnished fried rice dishes, whose fugitive notes of wok smoke shares DNA with Ghanaian jollof, while all orders can be customised to levels of spiciness and porkiness. The menu has one truly outstanding dish difficult to get elsewhere in London: the salt and pepper chips, tanned in the fryer then stir fried with onions and chilli. —JN 118 Denmark Hill, Herne HillLondon SE5 8RX, UK 020 7274 9538 Open in Google Maps 17. Hua Imperial Palace 华庭軒 4 Norbreck Parade, London NW10 7HR, UK With cooking from Kang Dong, who formerly ran an eponymous business out of Hoxton, this restaurant rewards the principle of scanning for diversions from the norm the menu establishes for itself. So on a menu mostly anchored in Anglo-Cantonese takeaway classics — of which Singapore noodles, chow meins, spring rolls, and particular lesser-spotted salt and pepper chips are executed to a good standard — look for numbing dan dan noodles rich with sesame; salted egg yolk prawns; Fujian pork soup; a decent rendition of hong shao rou hiding under “braised pork belly,”; and hand-pulled Lanzhou la mian. 4 Norbreck ParadeLondon NW10 7HR, UK 020 8991 5366 Visit Website Open in Google Maps Related Maps Where to Slurp Oysters From the Shell in London 17 Restaurants Every Londoner Should (Re)Discover 9 Winning Restaurants in Wimbledon Eater London homepage London Follow Eater London online:. Follow Eater London on Twitter Follow Eater London on Facebook Follow Eater London on Youtube Follow Eater London on Instagram Subscribe Log in or sign up Log In Sign Up Site search. 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TitleBest Chinese restaurants London: 25 must-try dining destinations
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DescriptionOn the hunt for the best Chinese restaurants London has to offer? Check out our top picks of the best Chinese restaurants in London that you need to know
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TitleBest Chinese restaurants in London: The finest Chinese food in Chinatown, Soho and more | London Evening Standard | Evening Standard
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H1Best Chinese restaurants in London: The finest Chinese food in Chinatown, Soho and more
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A Wong, Victoria
Hakkasan, Mayfair/Fitzrovia​
Imperial Treasure, St James's
Xu, Chinatown
Din Tai Fung, Covent Garden
Hutong, London Bridge
Park Chinois, Mayfair
Hot May Pot Pot, Knightsbridge
Barshu, Soho
Kym’s, City of London
Yauatcha, Soho
Mao Chow, Hackney
Hunan, Chelsea
Royal China, Various locations
The best Chinese restaurants in Chinatown
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A Wong, Victoria
Hakkasan, Mayfair/Fitzrovia​
Imperial Treasure, St James's
Xu, Chinatown
Din Tai Fung, Covent Garden
Hutong, London Bridge
Park Chinois, Mayfair
Hot May Pot Pot, Knightsbridge
Barshu, Soho
Kym’s, City of London
Yauatcha, Soho
Mao Chow, Hackney
Hunan, Chelsea
Royal China, Various locations
The best Chinese restaurants in Chinatown
BodyBest Chinese restaurants in London: The finest Chinese food in Chinatown, Soho and more VIEW COMMENTS By Ailis Brennan24 January 2020Had enough of mediocre lo mein and insipid sweet and sour? London is home to a whole host of Chinese restaurants that put the power in kung pao and the spring in spring rolls. From hotpot to dim sum, Sichuan spice to Taiwanese treasures, the capital’s Chinese restaurant scene does a stellar job of encompassing the huge range of regional cuisines and dishes that span one of the biggest countries in the world. If you're specifically looking to dine in London's Chinatown, you can check out our guide to the Chinese cultural hub here.But for a capital-wide spread of Michelin-starred dumplings and satisfying servings of noodles, take a look at our pick of the top Chinese restaurants in London.A Wong, Victoria. Andrew Wong once told the Standard that, as a child, he “couldn’t wait to get out” of the kitchen at his parents’ Victoria restaurant – but he stuck with it and now that very same kitchen holds a Michelin star. A Wong’s innovative Chinese cuisine includes dumplings in disguise: the wild mushroom and truffle bun is indistinguishable from a plump chestnut mushroom, and the sweet duck egg custard bun arrives dressed up as a white peach. 70 Wilton Road, SW1V 1DE, awong.co.ukHakkasan, Mayfair/Fitzrovia . Cantonese cooking doesn’t get much sexier than at Hakkasan. The Instagram-worthy stairs at the Mayfair site are lit like rippling water, and below the internationally renowned restaurant hums like an overwhelmingly stylish club. The Michelin-starred food holds up to the expectations of its surroundings: prawn toast is served with foie gras, and Peking duck is topped with Hakkasan special reserve Qiandao caviar. Extravagant, yes, but stonkingly well done. Two locations in W1, hakkasan.comImperial Treasure, St James's. (Daniel Hambury/@stellapicsltd) / Daniel Hambury/@stellapicsltdImperial Treasure’s backstory is littered with Michelin stars, with sites in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore holding either one or two apiece. This stalwart of decadent Asian dining came to London in 2019, serving up high-end Chinese specialities at pretty high prices. It’s signature Peking duck may come in at £100, but with that comes exceptional depth of flavour and, in the words of the Standard’s critic Fay Maschler “the best pancakes — light, layered, fluffy and, importantly, hot — I have ever come across”.9 Waterloo Place, SW1Y 4BE, imperialtreasure.comXu, Chinatown. In 2017, the team behind Soho bun sensation Bao headed to Chinatown to deliver a more sophisticated take on Taiwanese food. The dining rooms at Xu are seductively well-pitched: moody dark woods mix with utilitarian seating to evoke glamorous train journeys of the early 20th century. On the plate, sausage dumplings made with taro root and served with kow choi chive oil are a revelation, while the shou pa chicken served with ginger and spring onions is one of the most succulent incarnations of the bird in the capital.30 Rupert Street, W1D 6DL, xulondon.comDin Tai Fung, Covent Garden. Few restaurant arrivals have caused quite such a fluster in recent years as Din Tai Fung – in its first week, the queues for the 250-seater Covent Garden restaurant exceeded four hours. The Taiwanese dumpling chain is world famous for its xiao long bao – a pork dumpling dish which requires 40 minutes of hand preparation, made by chefs who are trained for at least six months before they are allowed to work in the restaurant. Delicate stuff indeed. 5 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8PT, dintaifung-uk.comHutong, London Bridge. If you’re looking to scale the heights of Chinese cooking in the capital, then you can do worse than heading to Hutong. Located on the 33rd floor of the Shard, Hutong has food to match its spectacular views. Sichuan cooking means spice: the Red Lantern is a must-try dish, featuring hot crispy soft-shell crab, which diners pluck lucky dip-style from a bowl of dried chillies. The view is beguiling, but be sure to take a close look at the interior: the antique wooden panels have salvaged from narrow “hutong” streets destined for demolition in China.33, The Shard, 31 St Thomas Street, SE1 9RY, hutong.co.ukPark Chinois, Mayfair . The all-consuming glamour of Park Chinois is pretty glorious: as a jazz band serenades a room gilded and fringed at every corner, and the spirit of 1930s luxe-Shanghai is glittering in the air. Beyond the velvet, the restaurant also serves up some sublime food. Duck de Chine is mahogany-glazed and sumptuous, and wagyu beef (which features in no less than six dishes on the menu) is served as tender and buttery short rib braised in a black bean sauce.17 Berkeley Street, W1J 8EA, parkchinois.comHot May Pot Pot, Knightsbridge. Daniel Hambury/@stellapicsltdIt’s a traditional cooking method beloved by the Chinese as a comforting, convivial feast – but Hot May Pot Pot is making the hot pot high brow. The Knightsbridge restaurant offers a sophisticated take on the historic dish, which sees diners crowd around a bowl of boiling broth dipping in their chosen meat, fish and veg. Top notch ingredients are the order at Hot May Pot Pot – expect to dip wagyu beef, langoustines and abalone, as well as freshly made rainbow noodles coloured with spinach, carrot and beetroot. 30 Beauchamp Place, SW3 1NJ, hotmay.co.ukBarshu, Soho. While Chinese cooking can embrace sugar, spice and all things nice, Barshu majors on the spice part. This Soho restaurant celebrates Sichuan cooking, which makes liberal use of Sichuan pepper for a “ma la” style of burn – which translates as “spicy and numbing”. Pock-Marked Old Woman’s Beancurd might just be the best-named dish in London, but a serious spice hit can be found in the boiled seabass with sizzling chilli oil, which arrives submerged in an entire serving bowl of chillies.28 Frith Street, W1D 5LF, barshurestaurant.co.ukKym’s, City of London. Not content with turning his parents’ unassuming Victoria restaurant into a Michelin-starred sensation, 2018 saw Andrew Wong open Kym’s in Bloomberg Arcade to great critical acclaim – including a five star review from the Standard’s Fay Maschler. Roasted meat is among the stars on the menu, which the Three Treasure dish shows off to great effect: sliced crispy pork belly, soy chicken and Iberico pork char sui. There are almost too many must-try dishes to name, but they include a Xian City lamb burger and silken tofu with a 100-year-old egg. 19 Bloomberg Arcade, EC4N 8AR, kymsrestaurant.comYauatcha, Soho. Yauatcha has been open at its Soho site for more than 15 years, but it’s still producing some of the best dumplings in London. Venison puffs and scallop shui mai are among the stunning dim sum and tou chan menus, while highly Instagrammable desserts include delicate macarons and a plethora of petit gateau, including a hazelnut yuzu Paris Brest and lemon sesame tart.W1, EC2, yauatcha.comMao Chow, Hackney . The food at Mao ChowVegans, you may have written off the notion of “going for a Chinese”, but this diminutive restaurant on Hackney’s Mare Street is changing the game. Holding a torch for plant-based food in a notoriously meaty cuisine, all items on the menu at Mao Chow are 100 per cent vegan – but you’ll need to have a taste for spice. There’s Sichuan pepper in abundance, adding plenty of power to a ma po tofu and spicing up a soy mince-packed dish of silky-sweet dan dan noodles. If you need any more convincing, just look at the prices – both of the aforementioned dishes come in at just £9. 159A Mare Street, E8 3RD, mao-chow.comHunan, Chelsea. Photo credit: Paul Winch-FurnessCan’t decide what you want? At Hunan, Mr Peng decides for you. There is no menu at this Chelsea restaurant, where adventurous guests are asked only if there is anything they don’t eat and how much spice they can take. What follows is usually in excess of 10 dishes from the kitchen of chef-owner Mr Peng, inspired by Taiwan and the Hunan province that the restaurant is named after. Signature dishes include a broth of minced pork, Chinese mushrooms and ginger as well as crispy frogs legs with fermented bamboo shoots and chilli. 51 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8NE, hunanlondon.comRoyal China, Various locations. You’re rarely too far away from a Royal China restaurant in London, with six locations stretching from Harrow to Canary Wharf, as well as two sites in Baker Street. This means its excellent dim sum lunch is close at hand, featuring pan-fried gyozas, honey roast pork puffs, turnip cake and more. Be prepared to get there early for lunch at the Baker Street flagship – Royal China’s dumplings can attract quite a crowd. Various locations, royalchinagroup.co.uk The best Chinese restaurants in Chinatown.
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Title18 Delicious Chinese Restaurants In London | DesignMyNight
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BodyBest Chinese Restaurants In London On the hunt for some of the capital's finest Chinese restaurants? Can't decide between Cantonese and Sichuan? Family-run or globally-renowned? We're here to help. From humble Soho spots with London notoriety to brand new Chinese restaurant openings, we're recommending some of the best restaurants for Chinese food in London, whatever your occasion. Last updated on 15th December 2021 List Map Show Filters Lan Kwai Fong . 60 user reviews 4 Head over to Chalk Farm Road where Lan Kwai Fong is bringing you flavours from across East Asia. Alongside a delicious selection of dim sum and Chinese plates, you'll find state of the art beer pong tables, and private karaoke rooms to boot. Camden Restaurant Bar , Activity Book Here Banh Bao Brothers . 276 user reviews 4 A stylish restaurant in London's Waterloo area, Banh Bao Brothers is made up of indoor cherry blossoms and atmospheric lighting. The stuff of date night dreams, this place serves Pan-Asian tapas dishes alongside a curated selection of signature mixes.  Waterloo , Central London Restaurant Bar , Event Space , Restaurant Book Here The Courtesan . 294 user reviews 4 This unique Chinese restaurant in London hopes to transport you back to the peak of Imperial China. The Dim Sum and cocktail bar, hidden away from the bustling streets of Brixton, is modelled on the dark décor of a Chinese opium den, but don't let the inspiration fool you: the venue is completely child friendly. With original house cocktails, speciality teas and great Dim Sum, this is perfect place for lunch or dinner. Brixton Entertainment Bar , Cocktail Bar , Restaurant Book Here Opium . 1954 user reviews 4 Chinese New Year Offer 2022 (Standard) and 3 other offers Find out more Hidden Chinese bars and restaurants in London rarely get better than Opium. Located in a secret spot in China Town, the bar serves a delicious selection of Dim Sum that changes seasonally, as well as an Asian cocktail menu, which has each drink feature a delightful London twist. Perfect for a cool atmosphere in a sleek environment. Soho , Leicester Square , West End Cocktail Bar , Restaurant Bar , Themed Bar Book Here Chinese Cricket Club Restaurant . 1 user review 4 For a more authentic, award-winning London Chinese restaurant, there's the Chinese Cricket Club. Named after the Chinese national cricket team who played their first match in 2009 and hosted in a Grade II-listed building, the venue serves Sichuan cuisine that focuses on spicy dishes and Cantonese Dim Sum. The interiors match the quality of the food, with bold greens standing against strong wooden furnishings.  City of London Restaurant Tell me more Ping Pong London . Ping Pong serves a hearty selection of Dim Sum and assorted Chinese food in London. The spacious bar encourages sharing among friends, while the selection of Chinese teas and cocktails will help the evening breeze along. And if the mixed drinks strike a particular chord, why not get yourself involved in one of their cocktail masterclasses? Tell me more Din Tai Fung . Supreme when it comes to the art of the xiao long bao, Din Tai Fung are globally notorious for the soupy dumpling, with their London restaurant boasting queues in excitement to try their authentic Chinese options. Central London Restaurant Bar , Restaurant Tell me more Yauatcha . 1 user review 5 A top Chinese restaurant in Soho, Yauatcha is home to some of the best dim sum that Chinatown has to offer. Serving up an extensive collection of Cantonese classics, this place is pairing its authentic dishes with signature sips and even has its own on-site patisserie.  Soho , West End Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar Tell me more Hutong at The Shard . 2 user reviews 5 Not only a luxe dining spot with stunning London views, Hutong at the Shard has notoriety in their plates thanks to a top notch and diverse menu showcasing the best in Northern China.  London Bridge , London Bridge Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar , Lounge Bar Tell me more Mao Chow . Mao Chow is London's very first vegan Chinese restaurant, making it an absolute must for herbivores in the capital. With its menu of dumplings, bao buns, noodles and drunken noodles, this place will have you feasting on plant-based dishes against a backdrop of colourful interiors. Hackney , East London Restaurant Tell me more Red Farm . Having originated in New York, Red Farm has quickly become known for its signature Pac Man dumplings. Found in the ever-buzzing area of Covent Garden, this restaurant serves playfully reimagined classic Chinese dishes in a relaxed setting.  Covent Garden Restaurant Bar , Restaurant Tell me more China Tang at The Dorchester . 33 user reviews 4 Offering some of finest Chinese cuisine in Central London, this gorgeous hotel bar at The Dorchester is a one stop shop for tantalising dim sum and refreshing cocktails. Mayfair Cocktail Bar , Lounge Bar Tell me more Master Wei . Master Wei is one of the best Chinese restaurants in London thanks to its elevated menu of Xi'an cooking. Head on over to Bloomsbury for the chance to tuck into street food-inspired dishes such as shredded chicken with spicy sauce, biang biang noodles and their take on a beef burger.  Central London , West End Restaurant , Restaurant Bar Tell me more Hakkasan . 4 user reviews 4 Feeling fancy? Hakkasan are all about beloved Cantonese plates at an elevated level as the luxury Soho Chinese restaurant brings you dim sum and duck in a glamorous, date-worth setting of dimmed lights and lush cocktails. Soho , Soho Restaurant Bar Tell me more Bao Borough . Searching for the best places to eat bao in London? It's all in the name at this Borough spot. Check out the menu of fluffy buns stuffed with pork belly, beef short rib and Chinese curry, plus there's plenty of other Taiwanese plates to accompany.  London Bridge Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar Tell me more Recommended by. How to work with us. Whether you own a bar, restaurant, pub, club, private hire space, pop-up and/or run events, you can take advantage of our full suite of products. Explore one or more from the below. Collins Bookings Software Revolutionary booking and enquiry management software for bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs. Table management, pre-orders, payments and more. 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TitleLondon’s Best Chinese Restaurants, Recommended By Those In The Know | Londonist
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BodyLondon’s Best Chinese Restaurants, Recommended By Those In The Know By Londonist Staff Last edited 6 months ago Londonist Staff London’s Best Chinese Restaurants, Recommended By Those In The Know Hung's in Chinatown Updated March 2018 Celebrity chef Ken Hom once declared that Chinese food in London is “equally as good as in China”. But where to find the best of it? As one of the world’s most complex cuisines, it’s hard to know. We use the term Chinese food as a catch-all term for numerous different regional cuisines, and while restaurants might specialise and excel in one of these it is likely that other dishes might be distinctly mediocre. Menus written only half in English, confusingly similarly-named restaurants and a Chinatown where tourist traps rub shoulders with some of the best Chinese eateries in the country don’t help either. With this in mind, we spoke to London’s Chinese community (and those who know China well) to find out where, and what they choose to eat. Given that many of them are chefs at London’s top Chinese restaurants themselves, we thought they ought to know... Cheap and cheerful. “I go to Hung’s on Wardour Street in Chinatown for the authentic congee dishes. There is a great selection of beef, pork and chicken and it’s great for when you’re working late as they are open until the early hours of the morning.” Jason See Ming Hwa, head chef at Chai Wu restaurant in Harrod’s “For good old fashion Chinese food I go to The Good Earth [restaurants in Knightsbridge, Wandsworth, Esher and Mill Hill]. It is great Chinese comfort cooking at its best, made with high quality ingredients.” Ken Hom, celebrity chef “My Old Place near Liverpool Street is my favourite. The pig’s trotters are like savoury Haribo and the fuqi feipian (sliced offal in chilli oil) is as addictive as crack cocaine.” Stu Black, screenwriter who lived in China for more than six years Regional cuisines. Taiwanese cooking at Hunan “I go to Chilli Cool for Sichuan food — a taste of home. It’s perfect for when the parents are in town and we need something unfussy. I order pig’s ears in chilli oil and sliced fish with dry chilli.” Qin Xie, Chinese food journalist living in London “The best Northern chinese [and Mongolian] food is at Silk Road in Camberwell.” Andrew Wong, head chef at A. Wong restaurant in Victoria “Hunan in Pimlico — where the food is heavily influenced by the cuisine of Taiwan, and small plates are just brought to the table rather than ordered from a menu — is the best way of eating Chinese food without any hassle. There’s no need to stumble over a menu or plan what to order to find that balance of flavour, texture and colour that a Chinese meal should always have — they do it all for you. So long as you have prepared yourself for non-stop eating of great quality Chinese food, you will never leave Hunan with regret!” Jeremy Pang, TV chef and founder of School of Wok in Covent Garden “Royal China Club on Baker Street serves exactly the kind of Chinese food that you would get in the best of Hong Kong restaurants. All my friends from there count this as one of their favourites when they come to London.” Ken Hom, celebrity chef “Chuan Chuan Xiang on Little Newport Street in Chinatown (next to Baozi Inn) serves mala tang (Sichuan hotpot) skewers. It’s a tiny place with no room to eat in, but it’s proper street food with a kick. Try the ‘frozen tofu’ skewers, which really soak up the flavours of the hot and numbing soup they are cooked in.” Stu Black, Londonist contributing editor who lived in China for more than six years “It’s great to see so much more choice in terms of Chinese regionality. 10-15 years ago Chinatown was predominantly Cantonese food but now there are excellent restaurants serving Taiwanese — Leong’s Legend, Sichuanese — Barshu and Malaysian — Rasa Sayang.” Eric Yu, owner of Chinese-inspired cocktail bar Opium in Chinatown High-end. My Old Place in Liverpool Street “I go to Kai in Mayfair, firstly because they serve a great selection of tequila and secondly because of the Dover sole — it is incredibly delicious and well made.” Ian Pengelley, executive chef at Chai Wu restaurant in Harrod’s “China Tang in The Dorchester continues to make and serve consistently great Chinese food. Each dish is cooked perfectly and presented beautifully.” Ken Hom, celebrity chef Dim sum and dumplings. Dim sum at Yauatcha “I go to Young Cheng restaurant in Chinatown for their excellent Dim Sum, although service is so-so.” Weng Han Wong, master wok chef at Min Jiang restaurant in Kensington “Hong Kong City on New Cross Road is my favourite place for dim sum.” Andrew Wong, head chef at A. Wong restaurant in Victoria “There are many great dim sum options — Yauatcha, Royal China Club and Plum Valley for those looking to splash out, or Golden Dragon and Dumplings' Legend for the more budget conscious.” Eric Yu, owner of Chinese-inspired cocktail bar Opium in Chinatown “It has to be Yauatcha for dim sum. I typically call by for late night dining when it's 11pm and I'm at a loose end in Soho. Order spicy pork Szechuan wonton with peanut and sticky rice in lotus leaf with chicken and dried shrimp.” Qin Xie, Chinese food journalist living in London “Jen Café  in Chinatown — it’s a Chinese 'greasy spoon' but I love the way it has hardly changed in 20 years. Their boiled or blanched dumplings are so simple, yet so tasty; there are hardly any 'intricate folds', and more concentration on getting as many dumplings made as quickly as possible because they seem to fly off the shelves as soon as they’ve been made. It’s a great place to watch the hustle and bustle of Chinatown go by.” Jeremy Pang, TV chef and founder of School of Wok in Covent Garden “The Cantonese dim sum at Kam Tong in Bayswater are great, with dumpling skins of the proper thinness and just the right amount of filling. I’d recommend the pork dumplings, barbecued pork puffs and king prawn cheung fun” Rebecca Yeo, Singaporean-Chinese actress living in London Favourite dishes. "A favourite dish is kao yu — a whole roasted fish (often seabass) served with tofu and sliced veg including sliced lotus root in a big dish of hot and numbing sauce. It’s perfect for sharing and when I lived in China we’d eat it regularly on Sundays in place of our roast dinner. My Old Place on Middlesex Street is one of the best places I’ve tried for it.”Stu Black, Londonist contributing editor who lived in China for more than six years “I go to Yauatcha in Soho for the Jasmine tea smoked ribs. The flavours are extraordinary — it’s all about the seasoning and how well it pulls off the bone.” Ian Pengelley, executive chef at Chai Wu restaurant in Harrod’s “For roast meats and crispy pork belly, I always head to Four Seasons on Gerrard Street.” Eric Yu, owner of Chinese-inspired cocktail bar Opium in Chinatown “The very best Chinese buns can be found at Golden Gate Bakery in Chinatown.” Andrew Wong, head chef at A. Wong restaurant in Victoria Roast duck . Roast duck at Four Seasons “It has to be Four Seasons on Wardour Street [there are other branches on Gerrard Street and Queensway, too]. The Singapore Airlines crew have been coming here ever since it opened in 1990 and my first memories of it (pre living in London) are when my dad, a Singapore airlines crew trainer, packaged it up and brought it back to Singapore after one of his London flights. Now that I'm living in London, I have the luxury of going back regularly for my duck fix.” Rebecca Yeo, Singaporean-Chinese actress living in London “I honestly think that our eight-course duck tasting menu is the best and most innovative in London. If I had to choose another, it would be Royal China Club on Baker Street.” Andrew Wong, head chef at A. Wong restaurant in Victoria Fusion. Flesh & Buns “A. Wong in Victoria serves truly modern Chinese food with a British touch, and it’s delicious to boot. Andrew Wong cooks with a passion and it shows through in every dish.” Ken Hom, celebrity chef “Rasa Sayang in Macclesfield Street serves halal Singaporean and Chinese-Malaysian food — for me it’s a taste of home away from home; it's comfort food in every sense. I tend to choose the things I can’t cook at home due to lack of time, my favourites being laksa, Marmite chicken and char kway teow (stir-fried rice cakes).” Rebecca Yeo, Singaporean-Chinese actress living in London “I really enjoy Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden for a fusion take on classic Chinese steamed buns.” Andrew Wong, head chef at A. Wong restaurant in Victoria Do you know Chinese cuisine well? Where else would you recommend? let us know in the comments below. This article is part of our Best of London Food and Drink series. Visit the page for more recommendations of where to enjoy the capital's top food and drink, categorised by cuisine, food type and more. Original article by Ben Norum. Last Updated 29 July 2021 Continued below. You May Also Like:. London's Best Dim Sum How Long Have Londoners Been Eating Chinese Food For? Food Review: Chinese Cricket Club Report a problem with this article Click for Comments Featured. Things To Do This Weekend In London: 8-9 January 2022 . By Londonist Things To Do This Week In London: 3-9 January 2022 . By Laura Reynolds 22 Cheery Things To Do In London In January 2022 . By Laura Reynolds X close Londonist in your inbox. Plan your day ahead or read the day's London headlines with our daily emails. Thank you, your preferences have been saved. Follow Londonist. Londonist Follow @londonist Report a problem. Something wrong with this article? Let us know here. Thank you, your feedback has been noted.
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TitleBest Chinese Restaurants in south west London and Surrey
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DescriptionOur guide to the best Chinese restaurants in south west London will have you tucking into a mountainous portion of goodness in no time
Date11 Feb 2021
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H1The Best Chinese Restaurants in SW London & Surrey
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BodyThe Best Chinese Restaurants in SW London & Surrey During lockdown, satisfy your Chinese food cravings with these fabulous places offering takeaway. Whether you’re looking for a healthy, midweek take on your favourite dish, or celebrating the Chinese New Year in style – this guide to south west London’s best Chinese restaurants has you covered… 1. Good Earth, Various Locations. With locations dotted across south west London and Surrey, including Richmond, Esher, Wimbledon and Battersea, you’re never too far from a fix of fine Chinese cuisine with The Good Earth. More costly than your typical takeout, but worth the splurge for an indulgent treat, the menu features dishes such as fresh lobster on a bed of noodles, sauteed fillet of monkfish, and whole aromatic duck with all the trimmings necessary for a savoury pancake extravaganza. 2. Yimchai, Kingston. Typically a meeting ground for families and friends looking to congregate over piles of dim sum, Yimchai serves delectable Cantonese cuisine in house and via Deliveroo. Deep fried crispy shredded beef and classic fried noodles sit alongside more adventurous offerings such as marinated pigs intestines. CLICK HERE FOR OUR COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO SOUTH WEST LONDON TAKEAWAYS. 3. McChina, Wimbledon. Winner of multiple Time & Leisure Food & Drink Awards, this Wimbledon secret on Haydon’s Road has a cult following among local fanatics of all things Chinese. A wide choice of classic dishes is available, alongside fabulous lunchtime special deals; choose one of 36 main dishes for £6.50, or add a side and a drink for £9.50. 4. Dumplings & Baos, Clapham. Start your Dumplings & Baos experience with aromatic duck pancakes, then tuck into however many fluffy pockets of goodness tickle your fancy. King scallop & prawn, fresh lobster with tarragon, butternut & mushroom, and charcoal teriyaki chicken are some of the fancy fillings served up, while classic stir-fries and curries are also on offer. 5. A Wong via Cook And Thief. Dishes by one of the masters of the cuisine, Andrew Wong, are available to order through Cook & Thief, including black bean with cod & garlic, and spiced Sichuan beef. 6. Meiwei London, Putney. Boldly declaring themselves to be London’s most authentic Chinese restaurant, Meiwei’s menu boasts an extensive list of Chinese dishes cooked in a Cantonese style, with set menus available for the more indecisive among us. 7. Naturally Chinese, Surbiton. Naturally Chinese serves all the family favourites from prawn toast to lemon chicken and beyond. With much of their menu available as gluten free and a wide range of vegetarian dishes, there’s something to please all the family. Tags: Restaurants Share: YOU MAY ALSO LIKE. 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TitleBest Chinese Restaurants In London - olivemagazine
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DescriptionLooking for the best Chinese restaurant in London? Here's the best Chinese in London including Cantonese restaurants and Szechuan restaurants in London
Date15 Dec 2021
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H3Three Uncles, Camden
Chilli Cool, Bloomsbury WC1
Pearl Liang, Paddington
Murger Han Han, Mayfair W1
Imperial Treasure, St James’s
China Tang, Mayfair W1
Xi’an Impression, Arsenal N7
Hutong, London Bridge SE1
Silk Road, Camberwell SE5
Etles, Walthamstow E17
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BodyBest Chinese restaurants in London Our content is updated regularly but it’s advisable to check opening times and availability with the venue before you plan to visit. Please follow government guidelines regarding social distancing From budget-friendly Szechuanese to sumptuous banquet dining and lesser-known-regional cuisines, check out our round-up of some of London’s best Chinese restaurants By Hannah Guinness Published: December 15, 2021 at 4:11 pm Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Email to a friend Looking for a Chinese restaurant in London? Read on for our guide to some of the capital’s best spots, then check out London’s best Indian restaurants and the best Italian restaurants in London. Advertisement For the best places to eat and drink in Chinatown London (including Chinese dumplings, Szechuan food and up-market Chinese) click here… Three Uncles, Camden. This Cantonese roast meat kiosk recently set up new digs in Camden’s sleek new Hawley Market. The original Three Uncles – opened by friends and chefs Cheong Yew (Uncle Lim), Pui Sing Tsang (Uncle Sidney) and Mo Kwok (Uncle Mo) – was inspired by the trio’s daily visits to siu mei spots while growing up in Hong Kong in the 1970s. In their second outpost, as well as their core offering of Cantonese roast meats they’ve added two classic Hong Kong dishes to the menu. These are char siu sou – plump pastries filled with char siu pork – and bouncy, tender fish balls served with curry sauce. On the main menu, choose from roast duck, crispy pork belly, char siu BBQ pork and Hainan chicken (you can also pick a mix of two or three). Meat, bronzed and tender, arrives heaped on mounds of snowy steamed jasmine rice and pak choi, with an array of sauces, from plum to chilli vinegar. They also offer lo mein, egg noodles topped with your choice of roast meats – we picked fall-apart beef brisket served with mooli. Wash it all down with a Tsingtao or two. www.threeuncles.co.uk Chilli Cool, Bloomsbury WC1. This wallet-friendly Szechuanese restaurant, near King’s Cross, is noisy and crowded, the service brisk and the décor decidedly no-frills – but then what you’re really here for is the punchy, vibrant food. A warning for the chilli averse: most dishes arrived blanketed in drifts of the stuff – dried and fresh – or draped in spicy oil. Some of the hits from the dauntingly lengthy menu include cold smashed cucumbers swimming in a salty-sweet, chilli-spiked dressing; blistered and charred fried green beans tossed with crispy minced pork; super-hot Chengdu-style dan dan noodles, juicy pork dumplings swimming in chilli oil and soft, wobbling cubes of tofu drizzled with more spicy piggy mince (are you detecting a theme here?). It sounds intense, but everything is in proportion. Chilli heat is balanced by the numbing qualities of Szechuanese peppercorns, and bowls of cooling steamed rice tone down fiery excess. And there’s always chilled bottles of Tsingtao beer to wash everything down. Click here for more Szechuanese recipes. chillicool.co.uk Pearl Liang, Paddington. Business hub Sheldon Square may seem like an unlikely place for one of London’s best Chinese restaurants, but Pearl Liang is constantly brimming with large groups feasting around banqueting tables, businessmen doing deals over dim sum, and couples getting to know each other between water fountains and Chinese blossom wall murals. The extensive menu can be quite overwhelming, with page after page of starters, meats, dim sum and noodles, ranging from Cantonese specialities to regional Southeast Asian dishes. We recommend starting with a selection of dim sum (dumplings filled with gigantic prawns, crunchy prawn rolls wrapped in shredded taro, and juicy pork shu mai), followed by a few starters. Vietnamese spring rolls were deep-fried and crisp, filled with freshly shredded vegetables, and pan-fried chicken wings came in an incredibly moreish caramelised teriyaki glaze. For the main course, there is everything from indulgent spicy crispy chilli beef to lighter fish dishes. We loved whole steamed sea bass with fragrant ginger and spring onion. If you’re gathering a crowd, Pearl Liang’s sophisticated interiors and sharing ethos (there are five set menus to choose from) make for the perfect feast. Click here for more great places to eat in Paddington… Murger Han Han, Mayfair W1. Noodle fiends should make a beeline for this specialist in the food of Shaanxi province and its capital, Xi’an. At the smart Mayfair branch (there’s also one in Euston) it specialises in two types of noodles, which cooks expertly hand-pull in front of diners. Bouncy, super-long belts of biang biang noodles (made in epic 12-foot batches) have just the right amount of bite and are made for slurping up with gloriously messy gusto. More unusually they also offer another regional noodle, la tiao zi (akin to a thickened udon), which is similarly elastic and satisfying to eat. You can choose from different toppings but the best is the spicy braised pork – served in enormous bowls filled with rich, umami broth, noodles, tender morsels of spicy meat, crunchy pak choi, chilli oil and softly cooked tomato and scrambled egg (another classic Chinese combination). murgerhan.com Imperial Treasure, St James’s. With various (Michelin-starred) outposts across Asia, luxe restaurant group Imperial Treasure’s first UK site enjoys a grand setting in a former bank in St James’s. Inside, discover a sleek, muted décor, high ceilings and screens that divide the imposing space into more intimate sections Expect classic, mostly Cantonese dishes – from dim sum to roasted meats and braised fish and seafood. Star of the show is the signature peking duck – hand-carved at the table into butter-soft morsels with lusciously bronzed, impeccably crispy skin, served with handmade pancakes (probably the best ones we’ve ever tried). The duck is then served in a second course with either ginger and spring onion, black bean sauce or salt and pepper. The restaurant is also known for its wine, and offers luxurious signature set menus (veggie options are available) with wine pairings curated by head sommelier Victor Almeida and wine writer Ch’ng Poh Tiong – matching dishes such as crispy lobster roll with golden okra and foie gras, claypot corn-fed chicken with Szechuan pepper and braised noodles with mushrooms and truffle oil with the likes of English sparkling wine, French riesling and Austrian gruner veltliner. Prices are steep (the peking duck alone is £100) which makes this a special occasion restaurant, although Imperial Treasure has now launched more affordable set lunch menus (£38 pp) and a business set menu (£43 pp) where you can share a duck between four. imperialtreasure.com China Tang, Mayfair W1. Walk through The Dorchester’s long, gilded lobby to reach this sumptuous restaurant, where the setting is as much a draw as the food. The mostly Cantonese menu holds few surprises, instead focussing on familiar yet impeccably executed classics made with premium ingredients, from expertly bronzed Peking duck deftly hand-carved tableside, to silky dumplings. Start by delving through the dim sum menu, from finely made xiao long bao – Shanghainese soup dumplings filled with ground pork and a savoury broth – to sweet and tender scallop-filled creations. On to mains, pork belly, braised to melting, tender unctuousness in a clay pot, bathes in a jammy, sticky sauce, with preserved vegetables for balance. Prawns, proudly plump, come coated in a delicate, batter-like coating of salted egg yolk – the end result richly umami. The luxe and maximalist art deco-style interiors, designed to the last detail by late founder David Tang, are lavishly opulent – think 1930s Shanghai – with mirrored pillars, ornate dark woodwork, plush, intricately patterned carpets and delicate Chinese art on the walls. Combine this with smooth, attentive white-jacketed waiters gliding up and down the restaurant, a buzzy, surprisingly casual atmosphere and the possibility of spotting an A-lister or two (it’s long been a celebrity haunt) and it makes a luxurious choice for a special occasion meal. chinatanglondon.co.uk Xi’an Impression, Arsenal N7. For many years, visiting a Chinese restaurant in the UK almost always meant Cantonese food, but one of the more interesting restaurant trends of late has been the emergence of places specialising in different regional cuisines – from fiery Hunanese and Szechuan cooking to subtle, savoury Shandong dishes. One such example is Xi’an Impression, a tiny, canteen-like outfit just minutes from the Emirates Stadium. From the team behind Sichuan Folk, it specialises in the street-food dishes of Xi’an (of Terracotta Army fame) in the northern province of Shan Xi. There’s two elements on the menu you should pay attention to. The first are what the menu calls ‘burgers’ but which bear more similarity to pulled beef or pork: slow-cooked to melting tenderness, and redolent with meaty juices and fragrant aromatics, all sandwiched between a toasted, flatbread-like bun (and a token lettuce leaf). They taste far more sumptuous than their £4.80 price tag would suggest. The other main attraction is the hand-pulled noodles. We try wide, ribbon-like ones – with just the right amount of elasticity and bite – slippery with copious amounts of chilli sauce, topped with tender chunks of beef and whole pak choi. It’s a dish that demands to be slurped with gusto. xianimpression.co.uk Hutong, London Bridge SE1. Hutongs are narrow, alley-like streets that – though fast disappearing now – once criss-crossed northern Chinese cities such as Beijing. Hutong the restaurant, located on level 33 of The Shard, is a decidedly glossier affair, plushly minimalist and dimly lit – aside from the scarlet flash of red lanterns – and all the better to highlight the crowning feature of the restaurant: the glorious panoramic views of London’s skyline, a sight that’s particularly impressive at night, when the lights of the surrounding city contrast against the inky surfaces of the restaurant. Given such a setting it would be easy for Hutong to rest on its laurels when it comes to the food, but it doesn’t. The (pricy) menu draws mostly from subtle and savoury Shandong cuisine, but it’s the fiery Szechuanese-accented dishes – especially the seafood ones – that really impress. Chilled, milky cubes of tofu come topped with sweet shreds of white king crab meat, in a pool of darkly umami, garlicky sauce that offers a fiery foil for its delicate partners. Crispy fried ma la eel, coated in the lightest of batters and tossed with liberal amounts of chopped dried chillies and cumin, is superb, the luscious buttery flesh of the eel the perfect match for the well-balanced, smoky heat of the chillies, their heat tempered by numbing peppercorns. A side of aubergine tempura, crispy on the outside but creamily collapsing inside, comes draped in an almost jammy, spicy sauce – it’s worth ordering all on its own. hutong.co.uk Silk Road, Camberwell SE5. One way to appreciate the sheer size of China is the diversity of its food – from Cantonese roasted meats to the fiery, chilli-laced hot pots of Szechuan and hearty dumplings of the northern provinces. Xinjiang, the vast, remote region in the country’s north-west corner, is an especially interesting example, a distinctive cuisine that, with its grilled, cumin-spiked lamb skewers, flatbreads and pilaf-like rice dishes, shares more in common with Middle Eastern and Indian cooking. Xinjiang restaurants can be found across China but are less common outside it – that is unless you pay a visit to Silk Road in Camberwell, a cheerfully unpretentious restaurant – with no-nonsense long communal tables and minimal décor – that’s become a favourite among in-the-know London foodies. Do order liberally from the shish section of the menu. The lamb – grilled over charcoal and dowsed in cumin, salt and chilli powder – is superb, salty and umami, all tender meat and a joyous amount of crispy fat. A surprise hit, for an oft-maligned piece of offal, is the ox tripe, which is crispily flavoursome. Another must order is the da pan ji (big plate of chicken). An earthy, hearty stew of tender chunks of bone-in chicken, potatoes and sliced fresh green chillies swimming in a gentle chilli broth. Save some of the latter, as once you’ve eaten the vegetables and meat your waiter will add in a pile of fresh, handmade noodles to mop up the rest of the sauce. 49 Camberwell Church Street; 020 7703 4832 Etles, Walthamstow E17. For authentic Uyghur cuisine (created by Turkic Muslims in the Xinjiang region), head to family-run Etles in Walthamstow for fiery sauces heavy with szechuan pepper and silky hand-pulled noodles. Da pan ji (big plate of chicken) is tingly with szechuan pepper and masses of black pepper, garlic, ginger and soy, with potatoes and chicken and bones that have been hacked into tender chunks. Unapologetically shouty in flavour, it comes with homemade flat noodles (lagman). Other highlights of the menu include ququre – silky wontons in a bouillon-like soup – and punchy beef and vegetable stir fries with more impeccably made noodles. Dishes are very wallet friendly and the restaurant is BYOB – what more could you ask for? etlesrestaurant.co.uk A Wong, Victoria. Andrew Wong’s Michelin-starred restaurant in London Victoria is a dramatic modernisation of his late father’s restaurant, Kym’s. The fresh space has a bright dining room with a view over the big open kitchen, and a more atmospheric area just to the left. It brings together cuisine from all over China, and the menu is divided into snacks, dim sum (only available at lunch), wok, dishes (only available at dinner) and dessert. Expect everything from 63-degree tea eggs and slow-braised Iberico pork belly to steamed custard buns. The menu is best enjoyed as a selection of sharing plates, with small plates and bar snacks, and larger dishes. Check out its ‘Taste of China’ tasting menu, which showcases multiple dishes all from different regions in China. awong.co.uk Written by Hannah Guinness, Laura Rowe and Alex Crossley Advertisement Photograph credits: Paul Winch-Furness Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Whatsapp Email to a friend Subscribe to olive magazine 5 issues of olive magazine for just £5 Subscribe now Want to be updated when there is olivemagazine news? . Sign up to receive our newsletter! Thanks! Enjoy cooking, eating and exploring! Already have an account with us? Sign in to manage your newsletter preferences Sign in Register By entering your details, you are agreeing to olive magazine terms and conditions and privacy policy. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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TitleThe Resy Guide to London's Chinese Restaurants, By Those Who Know Them Best — Resy | Right This Way
Urlhttps://blog.resy.com/2021/05/resy-guide-londons-best-chinese-restaurants/
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Date12 May 2021
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H1The Resy Guide to London’s Chinese Restaurants, By Those Who Know Them Best
H2Holborn
Baker Street
Chinatown
Barnet
Cricklewood
Southgate:
Colindale
Finchley
Angel
Kings Cross
Highbury & Islington
Ealing
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Paddington
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Surrey Quays
Greenwich
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City
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Phoenix Palace
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Reindeer Cafe
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BodyThe Resy Guide to London’s Chinese Restaurants, By Those Who Know Them Best By David Paw May 12, 2021 Chinatown’s popularity has long come down to convenience of location and the quality of food, with older Cantonese restaurants and bakeries mingling with newer dessert shops, regional and diaspora eateries, and hot pot specialists set up to appeal to the increasing numbers of visiting Chinese expats, tourists and students. The area is changing, but the quality of Chinese restaurant food available in London is better than it’s ever been. Pockets of restaurants and food businesses around the city have sprung up to meet the needs of their communities. So who better to ask than the next generation of cooks, writers, and chefs who are passionately propelling Chinese dining culture into the future?  With the dual effects of COVID-19 and sinophobia hurting Chinese food businesses, now more than ever is the time to remember why we love these communities, and their restaurants so much. Because Chinatowns and Chinese restaurants are where we gather together to eat. And it’s accurate to now say that much of London’s best Chinese cooking can now be found across the city, and not just in the centre — and for that, you’ll have to grab your travel card.  For a more in-depth guide to London’s Chinatown, read our Chinatown walkaround with Susie Lau. ▪️ Image courtesy Happy Lamb Central London Chinatown is still London’s central hub for Chinese restaurants and food businesses, but with the influx of Chinese students to institutions like LSE, SOAS and UCL, the area around Holborn and the British Museum has become a secondary destination in central London for quality Chinese cooking. Of these, Master Wei Xi’an is the most well-known, but hot pot specialists like Shu Xiangge and Happy Lamb are also popular, while specialists like the Hunan-style Rice Coming are increasingly recognised. Meanwhile, alongside Tea Garden in Surrey Quays, Din Tai Fung still does the best xiao long bao in London.  Holborn. Master Wei Xi’an. I’m a zhajiangmian addict, and their rendition of Wei’s hand-pulled noodles with minced pork and vegetables is my personal go-to. // 13 Cosmo Pl, WC1N 3AP masterwei.co.uk (Kimberley Hernandez-Ketonen, head chef, Kym’s) Happy Lamb Hot Pot. I’d recommend Happy Lamb Hot Pot in Holborn. Any hot pot can be a bit overwhelming for a first timer though, so it’s better to go with someone who knows about it. // 2 New Oxford Street, WC1A 1AD +44 (0) 20 7971 1820  (Peiran Gong, chef and co-founder, Chinese Laundry) Baker Street. Phoenix Palace. Phoenix Palace is an intergenerational favourite, where we gather grandparents, in-laws, children and friends round the big tables and swap stories over lunch or an early dinner. We love over-ordering on crispy squid with chilli, garlic and peppercorn salt, crispy noodles, or congee with all the toppings. // 5 Glentworth St, NW1 5PG www.phoenixpalace.co.uk (Helena Lee, Founder, East Side Voices) Bright Courtyard Club. Bright Courtyard Club is quite good for Shanghainese food, though it’s a little fancy. Order strategically — I would go there for some Shanghainese dishes. I like the si xi kao fu (translated on their menu as Shanghai marinated tofu, though it’s leavened gluten), classic Shanghai smoked fish, Shanghainese ‘lions head’ (pork meatballs), braised hair tail rainbow fish (something rare to find in London). The hua jiao supreme soup (fish maw soup) is great, but it’s expensive. // 43-45 Baker St, W1U 8EW brightcourtyard.co.uk (Peiran Gong, chef and co-founder, Chinese Laundry) Chinatown. Cafe TPT. One of the last true dai pai dong-style cafes in Chinatown, TPT has the edge over its competitors in terms of quality — almost everything is decent, while some dishes are truly great. From the vast menu, the highlights are the creamy beef flank curry over rice and the Macau-style pork chop, rich and decadent with onions and a cheese bechamel, baked until molten. // 21 Wardour St, W1D 6PN +44 (0) 20 7734 7980 (Jonathan Nunn, food writer and founder of Vittles) It’s for the real deal homestyle cooking, claypot dishes, braised tofu, lots of braised dishes; things that are legitimately what your mum might cook for you at home. And it’s all about that menu that’s on the wall in Chinese. It’s not so secret – it’s up on the wall – and they do translate it for people.” (Susie Lau, writer, editor + fashion blogger) Golden Phoenix So, we used to go to different places for dim sum. Loon Fung was a family favourite, as was New World before it closed. And Phoenix is a more recent family favourite, because my great aunt who used to be involved with the Chinese Exchange would like meeting us there. It’s not the most obvious favourite for dim sum, but my personal favourite are the taro croquettes. (Susie Lau, writer, editor + fashion blogger) Four Seasons it’s just a classic isn’t it? It’s what everyone defers to. But they are pretty much the best, I think. That roast meat is something that’s very hard to do at home. When you see how Cantonese roast meats are made behind the scenes, which I have done in places in Hong Kong, it’s like a real art form. (Susie Lau, writer, editor + fashion blogger — read Susie’s full Chinatown guide here) ▪️▪️▪️ Image courtesy Golden Dragon North London  With the departure of many of Chinatown’s original residents to leafy North London, the demand for quality Chinese restaurants quickly followed suit. Some of London’s best Cantonese cooking can now be found in suburban shopping centres and strip malls from Barnet to Edgware, with the Wing Yip shopping centre (and its excellent cafes) and the cavernous Bang Bang food hall both acting as beacons for locals and those curious to try the area’s offerings. Meanwhile, despite potentially sombre undertones, the Finchley area’s embrace of a handful of Xinjiang and Uyghur restaurants is further evidence of the style’s increasing popularity across the city.  Barnet. Chu Chin Chow. A gem so hidden in Zone 5 it’s a miracle it exists at all. You wouldn’t know it from the outside, but this restaurant on an anonymous stretch of suburban road does some of the best Canto-Malay food in the city. The regular menu features some great dishes — the dish fried with yam paste, Capital ribs and Malaysian fried chicken — but for the truly best stuff, befriend the owners and the Cantonese-only menu will unlock a whole new level. (Jonathan Nunn, food writer and founder of Vittles) Chu Chin Chow is the local you wish you had; infuriatingly good at the mainstays most of the time, but also with infinite depths to plumb via the secret menu of preordered items. // 7 Cat Hill, EN4 8HG chuchinchows.co.uk (Feroz Gajia, food writer and chef-owner, Bake Street) Cricklewood. Wing Yip Cricklewood. If a degree of irreality is a prerequisite for Chinatowns, fake facades and outdated pagodas, then Chinatown only exists in Soho and in a few hundred square metres off the North Circular in Cricklewood, where the Wing Yip complex contains not just a supermarket, but two restaurants. Reindeer Cafe is the casual place to go for roast meats, won ton noodles and cha chaan teng-style comfort food, while Wing Tai is for go big or go home dim sum. // 395 Edgware Rd, NW2 6LN wingyip.com (Jonathan Nunn, food writer and founder of Vittles) Reindeer Cafe. Reindeer Cafe in the Wing Yip Centre in Edgware is a great Chinese cafe. I love their siu yuk Chinese roast pork and roast duck. Their won ton noodles are also fantastic, as are their beef ho fun flat rice noodles which come with a good wok hei. (Mandy Yin, chef-owner, Sambal Shiok) Reindeer cafe does some of the best meats I’ve had. Once a year, I go for the suckling pig. (William Akman, co-founder, Deliver Aid) I can’t even explain why their soy chicken is so good, but it just is. Every time you go there, they just manage to serve it perfectly. It’s succulent, juicy and delicious. My wife Nathalie loves it too — if I ever go by myself I always bring her some home. // 2, Wing Yip Business Centre, 395 Edgware Rd, NW2 6LN reindeercafe.co.uk (Andrew Wong, chef-owner, A.Wong)   Wing Tai . Get the suckling pig or turbot with preserved cabbage. // 395 Edgware Rd, NW2 6LN wingtai.co.uk (William Akman, co-founder, Deliver Aid) A dish at Uncle Chilli. Image courtesy Bang Bang Food Hall Southgate:. Honeymoon. They have an “off-menu” menu written in Chinese on their wall. Not so great for someone like me who doesn’t read Chinese, but just ask the friendly owner for their most popular special dishes and he will elaborate. Their crispy lobster noodles are phenomenal, as are their herbal ginger chicken and roast duck with crispy yam. // 84 Crown Ln, Osidge, N14 5EN +44 (0) 20 8886 3509 (Mandy Yin, chef-owner, Sambal Shiok) Colindale. Uncle Chilli in Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall. Order their incendiary hot and spicy noodle soup, with a choice of around 20 different toppings. My favourites are their tender braised beef, quail’s eggs, lotus root, luncheon meat (spam) and enoki mushrooms. // 399 Edgware Rd, NW9 0FH bangbangoriental.com (Mandy Yin, chef-owner, Sambal Shiok) Golden Dragon in Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall. Their quality of dim sum is very high, with a range of dishes that you won’t find anywhere else. Their wu kok crispy taro dumplings are the tastiest I’ve had in London. A bonus is that their dining room is very pretty and comfortable. // 399 Edgware Rd, NW9 0FH bangbangoriental.com (Mandy Yin, chef-owner, Sambal Shiok) Finchley. Stag City. Stag City is a collection of the most popular dishes in Xi’an done really well, representing Uyghur cuisine and the Xinjiang dishes that bear their influence. // 291 Finchley Rd,  NW3 6ND stagcity.co.uk (Feroz Gajia, food writer and chef-owner, Bake Street) Dilara. One of the places I’ve been to the most outside Chinatown is Dilara, an Uyghur restaurant. It’s kind of my local — everyone goes there for big plate chicken, so definitely get that, extra spicy. I always order the Uyghur kebab, polo, and manti. My recommendation would be to go there with a group of people and order the whole Uyghur menu. //  27 Blackstock Rd, N4 2JF +44 (0) 20 7226 2446 (Peiran Gong, chef and co-founder, Chinese Laundry) Image courtesy Kaki Angel. Yipin China. The stewed pork belly with pickled mustard greens is a favourite here, and a must-order. // 70-72 Liverpool Rd, N1 0QD yipin-china.co.uk (Colin Tu, founder, Salvation in Noodles and Mam) Kings Cross. Kaki. Each time I go to Kaki, I have to order the dry hot pot, oolong pork belly, and stir-fried potatoes with aubergines. They also sell my favourite mapo tofu in London. // 125 Caledonian Rd, N1 9RG thekaki.co.uk (John Li, chef and co-founder, Dumpling Shack) Highbury & Islington. Xi’an Impression. I’d recommend Xi’an Impression, a Shaanxi restaurant in Highbury — the biangbiang hand-pulled noodles and “mouthwatering chicken” are both well-known. // 117 Benwell Rd, N7 7BW xianimpression.co.uk (Ellen Parr, co-founder, Lucky & Joy)   ▪️▪️▪️ Image courtesy A.Wong West London Along with Soho, Chinese immigration in the 1960s was mainly focused on Bayswater, with many agricultural workers from Hong Kong finding work in the catering trade, before eventually opening their own restaurants. Both the original Four Seasons in Queensway and Gold Mine are known for their roast duck; meanwhile, both Shikumen and Pearl Liang are justifiably popular for their dim sum.  Ealing. Maxim. I would recommend wor ba at Maxim in Ealing. Wor Ba is a puffed fried rice dish that is served with a hot and sour sauce that sizzles and crackles at the table. It’s old school but very technical, and pretty underappreciated. (Andrew Wong, chef-owner, A.Wong) Maxim is a place that delivers on getting you to focus on eating and sharing with the company you keep. The best way to order is to take a chance and order a few dishes that pique your curiosity, and ask for help if they aren’t too busy. // 153-155 Northfield Ave, W13 9QT maxim-ealing.co.uk (Kimberley Hernandez-Ketonen, head chef, Kym’s)  Victoria. A. Wong. I’ve spent over a decade looking for this kind of cookery and flavours that grab you at the core and shake you. It’s best to do the tasting menu if you can. // 70 Wilton Rd, SW1V 1DE awong.co.uk (Kimberley Hernandez-Ketonen, head chef, Kym’s) Paddington. Pearl Liang. I like Pearl Liang for dim sum — my favourites are the cheung fun with XO sauce, and the Hong Kong-style cheung fun. I also love the razor clams with garlic, pei pa tofu, morning glory belacan, and snow pea shoots in broth. Chrysanthemum buns to finish! // 8 Sheldon Square, W2 6EZ pearlliang.co.uk (Helen Goh, author and chef) Pearl Liang does dim sum classics really well, such as the har gau and cha siu puffs, and are a step up from some Chinatown options without a big difference in price. Their fried chrysanthemum bun is an indulgently delicious way to finish yum cha. (John Li, chef and co-founder, Dumpling Shack) Image courtesy Min Jiang Shepherds Bush. Shikumen Shepherds Bush. I like Shikumen in Shepherds Bush for the venison puffs (so good!) and their Peking duck. // 58 Shepherd’s Bush Green, W12 8QE shikumen.co.uk/ (Helen Goh, author and chef) Queensway. Four Seasons. The original Four Seasons in Queensway for the three roast meats (roast duck, crisp skinned belly pork, and char siu) with rice and wonton kon lor mee (by special request as they usually do this in broth). // 84 Queensway, W2 3RL fs-restaurants.co.uk (Helen Goh, author and chef) Kensington. Min Jiang. I’d recommend Min Jiang for Peking duck with a view. Also for Chinese New Year banquet! // 2-24 Kensington High St, W8 4PT minjiang.co.uk (Helen Goh, author and chef) ▪️▪️▪️ Chinese Laundry. Image credit: Issy Croker South London  While South London remains relatively unsung as a dining destination — for both Chinese and non-Chinese restaurants — the growth of an enclave of notable restaurants in Surrey Quays (yes, you read that right) has quietly begun to change that narrative. As well as dumpling specialist Tea Garden, Ma Po is popular with locals. Elsewhere, the influence of Chinese investment in and around the Greenwich peninsula and beyond is evident not just in the area’s glittering high-rises, but also in the Chinese restaurants that have sprung up along Trafalgar Road and the rest of the peninsula.  Camberwell. Silk Road. The Xinjiang dishes are filling and pretty good for the price, but I am a bit of a child and can’t get enough of the northern-style dumplings, with thick doughy skins – the lamb and onion dumplings are highly recommended. Meat lovers should (carefully) try the (sharp) kidney skewers. // 49 Camberwell Church St, SE5 8TR +44 (0) 20 7703 4832 (Mukta Das, food anthropologist, SOAS Food Studies Centre) Surrey Quays. Tea Garden. At dim sum specialist Tea Garden, care and attention are key to reproducing that homestyle taste — plus, they have cheeseburger spring rolls with Special Sauce. // 166 Lower Rd, SE16 2UN teagardendimsum.com (Feroz Gajia, food writer and chef-owner, Bake Street) Greenwich. South and North. South and North would be one of the few culinary reasons to visit Greenwich, but not one to be overlooked especially if in larger groups. Dishes and hot pots aimed at large groups may one day be normal again. // 241 Greenwich High Rd, SE10 8PH (0) 20 7018 7690  (Feroz Gajia, chef-owner, Bake Street) Brixton. Mamalan. I went there the first week it opened in the village, when chef Ning Ma and her mum were only serving small bites: dumplings, wings, pickle, and seaweed salad. Ning has grown the menu and has other sites now of course, but I still walk into Brixton and order those same items each time, because they evoke the Beijing street food I devoured when I was there in 1998. // Brixton Village, Unit 18 Coldharbour Ln, SW9 8PR mamalan.co.uk (Mukta Das, food anthropologist, SOAS Food Studies Centre) Brockley. Chinese Laundry. One of my favourite places to eat is Chinese Laundry — one could say it’s the perfect combination of traditional flavours with touches of innovation and creativity. When cooking food that has been impregnated with so much culture and history, they manage to really represent what could be the future of Chinese food in the UK. The perfect balance. // chineselaundryroom.com (Anaïs Van Manen, R&D Chef, Bao, Xu)   ▪️▪️▪️   Xiaolongbao at Shikumen. East London  Out East, the focus, as ever, has always centred on the area around the original Limehouse Chinatown. It’s notable that several Chinese restaurants continue to fly the flag in the neighbourhood, the most notable of which is Shanshuijian, a no-frills Dongbei restaurant (and part of a franchise in China) with a memorable guo bao rou (crispy sweet and sour pork). Elsewhere, Spitalfields enjoys multiple Sichuan options while overlooked sections of Poplar and Canary Wharf play host to restaurants that are popular with local Chinese, but also worth seeking out in their own right.  Walthamstow. Etles. I’m a fan of Etles, an Uyghur restaurant based in Walthamstow. They’re known for their big plate chicken and hand-pulled noodles. // 235 Hoe St, E17 9PP +44 (0) 20 3620 6978 (Ellen Parr, co-founder, Lucky & Joy) Shoreditch. Old Street Chinese Restaurant. For more traditional, I always find comfort in The Old Street Chinese Restaurant, a great place to celebrate Hot Pot Birthday Parties, in a time where we could share and dip into the same hot steamy flavourful broth. The à la carte menu also offers great dishes, more in the Sichuan style — it’s just so fun and full of memories for me! (Anaïs Van Manen, R&D Chef, Bao, Xu) Dry fried anything is pretty much a staple at most Chinese restaurants, but I have to commend Old Street restaurant (on…Old Street) for their stellar wok technique. I’d order the stir-fried pig kidneys as they’re soft and smokey. // 186 Old St, EC1V 9FR +44 (0) 20 7253 6346  (Sirichai Kularbwong, head chef, Singburi)  City. The Sichuan. A lunch favourite if you work in the City. A special mention for their Sichuan beef in sizzling chilli oil, which is a revelation. // 14 City Rd, EC1Y 2AA thesichuan.co.uk (Colin Tu, founder, Salvation in Noodles and Mam) Aldgate. Shikumen Aldgate. A quiet restaurant, with exquisite service (the maître d’ has a wicked fashion sense) and consistently good quality dim sum. A great place for business lunches or impressing the in-laws. // 1st Floor, Dorsett City Hotel, 9-13 Aldgate High St, EC3N 1AH shikumen-luxe.co.uk (Jenny Lau, founder, Celestial Peach) Sichuan Niu Rou Mian at Noodle and Beer in Spitalfields. Image courtesy Noodle and Beer. Spitalfields. Noodle + Beer. Need I say more? // 31 Bell Lane, E1 7LA noodleandbeer.com (Jenny Lau, founder, Celestial Peach) Canary Wharf. Royal China Canary Wharf Riverside. What could be better on a Sunday morning than to take the whole family to Royal China to dive into a feast of dim sum with a view of the River Thames? It’s difficult to pick out particular dishes, but I personally love the wu kok (fried taro puffs), the har gao, the prawn cheung fun, and a noodle dish like the beef ho fun in black bean sauce. // 30 Westferry Circus, E14 8RR royalchinagroup.co.uk (Helena Lee,  founder, East Side Voices) Lotus Floating Restaurant. A floating restaurant where you least expect it: Millwall Dock on The Isle of Dogs. Large round tables are perfect for Sunday family gatherings, with a classic Cantonese dim sum menu at super affordable prices. Lap up that old school Hong Kong vibe while watching waterfront apartment blocks being built up all around you. Surreal. // Inner Millwall Dock, 9 Oakland Quay, E14 9EA lotusfloating.co.uk (Jenny Lau, founder, Celestial Peach) Excel. Yi-Ban. This Docklands restaurant is famous for its dim sum and Cantonese cuisine, with Thames and City Airport views. // London Regatta Centre, 1010 Dockside Rd, E16 2QT yi-ban.co.uk (Jason Li, chef, Dream of Shanghai) Poplar. Han. This is a local for me, and it’s my go-to for when I have Sichuan food cravings. There are two menus, one contains specials which contains a few gems such as the stir-fried lamb with flatbreads. The cumin lamb skewers are seasoned as well as ones I’ve had in Xi’an and they get the balance of fatty and lean meat right. Order the hot pot and crayfish if you’re going in a group. // 213 E India Dock Rd,  E14 0ED +44 (0) 20 3904 7666  (John Li, chef and co-founder, Dumpling Shack) Limehouse. Shan Shui Jian. This Dongbei restaurant’s signature dishes include spicy deep-fried chicken with peppers and chilli, hot and spicy dry pot with cauliflower, and grilled fish “farmer-style”. (Jason Li, chef, Dream of Shanghai) Shan Shui Jian has a lamb spine soup darker than the Black Lagoon, seasoned just right for the coldest night. // 562 Commercial Rd, E14 7JD shanshuijian.co.uk (Feroz Gajia, food writer and chef-owner, Bake Street) Leytonstone. Panda Dim Sum. Because it’s local, I would mention Panda Dim Sum for their homemade dumplings (just order that, nothing else). // 767 High Rd Leytonstone, E11 4QS, learn more. (Sirichai Kularbwong, head chef, Singburi) Stratford. Sichuan Grand. I’d recommend Sichuan Grand because they don’t skimp on the peppercorns and there’s actual flavour in the dishes. I’m a sucker for the dry-fried intestines or the lamb ribs. // Unit 1, Gerry Raffles Square, E15 1BG sichuangrand.com (Sirichai Kularbwong, head chef, Singburi) Hackney. Karamay. I’d recommend the signature dishes at this Uyghur restaurant in Homerton; leghman (hand pulled noodle 手工拉面), signature fried noodles (爆炒面), and Uyghur lamb shank pilaf (羊拐抓饭). (Jason Li, chef, Dream of Shanghai) New to the scene in Homerton. They specialise in Uyghur cuisine so make sure you order the Uyghur Pilaf or the samsa bites which are wonderfully moreish. // 151 Homerton High St, E9 6AS karamayleicester.com (Colin Tu, founder, Salvation in Noodles and Mam)   David Paw is Resy’s international editor. Follow him on Instagram. Follow @Resy, too. SPECIAL REPORT CHINATOWN USA. London No Longer Has One Chinatown. It Has Many. 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TitleThe City of London's top Chinese restaurants - City Matters
Urlhttps://www.citymatters.london/city-londons-top-chinese-restaurants/
DescriptionBe sure to indulge yourself by eating all manners of noodles, dim sum, fried rice and roasted meats. Here are our picks of some of the top Chinese restaurants in the City of London
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BodyThe City of London’s top Chinese restaurants By City Matters editors - 14th October 2021 323 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp kym's lobster brunch london bloomberg arcade city square mile The year of the ox is coming to an end. It is meant to symbolise fortune and can be incredibly lucky for many. But we mostly see it as a good excuse to revisit our favourite Chinese restaurants around the Square Mile. And like those born in the year of the ox, we’ll eat just about any kind of food – from the incredibly luxurious dishes to the more traditional staples. That’s why this list includes a good blend of high-end Chinese dining institutions alongside smaller, less assuming local spots. Be sure to indulge yourself by eating all manners of noodles, dim sum, fried rice and roasted meats. Here are our picks of some of the top Chinese restaurants in the City of London. Mei Ume. The Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square is too often overlooked for its food and drink offerings. It is a proper luxury dining destination in the Square Mile. We could go on for days about La Dame de Pic with its two Michelin stars but Mei Ume (located just across the hall) is more than worthy of proper praise. Their Chinese and Japanese fusion is simple and unproblematic, with flavours never fighting one another. Here, you can sip on sake all night, and feast on an entire Peking Duck. Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square EC3N 4AJ meiume.com Get the whole Peking duck at Mei Ume Yauatcha. It’s no secret that we’re a little obsessed with Yauatcha in Broadgate Circle. It is one of our very favourite restaurants in the City of London. Much of this comes down to not only the quality of flavours but also the incredibly creative presentation of each small and large dish. Nothing is an afterthought here. The perfect introduction to Yauatcha would have to come in the form of their traditional yum cha (dim sum) experience. Either head there for lunch or dinner during the week or for their brunch alternative on weekends. If you haven’t been here yet, make sure you do this month. 1 Broadgate Circle EC2M 2QS yauatcha.com Dim sum fun Master Wei and Xi’an Biang Biang Noodles. Chef Wei Guirong and Zhang Chao opened Highbury’s tiny Sichuan noodle restaurant, Xi’an Impression, a few years back. Nowadays, it’s almost impossible to get a table here, but this success has allowed each of the founders to open up their own restaurant. Chao runs Biang Biang Noodles in Spitalfields while Wei runs the kitchen at Master Wei in Bloomsbury. Both specialise in biang biang noodles which are of the thick and wheaty variety (much like a pappardelle pasta). They are then served in a thick spicy, garlicy sauce with meat or in a room temperature broth full of fresh herbs and spices. They’re perfectly situated for those of us who don’t want to line up outside their popular Highbury haunt. 62 Wentworth Street E1 7AL xianbiangbiangnoodles.com Get some honest Chinese cooking at Biang Biang noodles Three Uncles. A trio of friends hailing from Hong Kong have set up this small eatery by Liverpool Street Station, serving up damn good Cantonese roasted meats, noodles and dim sum. They’re bringing Takeaway-friendly Chinese food out of China Town and into the Square Mile. And we all get to benefit from this. The duck is delightful, but we are all about getting the mixed meat platter and a side of char siu bao buns for an extra dose of delicious gluttony. Try these guys next time you need to dash out for lunch – it will give you all the inspiration you need to get on with the rest of the day. 12 Devonshire Row EC2M 4RH threeuncles.co.uk Three Uncles is made for those searching for top quality Chinese takeaway food in the Square Mile For the latest headlines from the City of London and beyond, follow City Matters on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.  RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR. The tastiest vegan restaurants in the City of London. Review: Manteca, Shoreditch. Winter rooftop bars in the City of London to try right now. EDITOR PICKS. POPULAR POSTS. £1 billion extra support for businesses hit hardest by the wave... 22nd December 2021 What’s on around the City of London in December. 2nd December 2021 The best New Year’s Eve parties in the City of London. 14th December 2021 POPULAR CATEGORY. News2096Entertainment384Business284Food & Drink282Wellness199Property157Shopping70Residents68Travel54
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TitleThe best Asian restaurants in London from sushi bars to Bombay cafés
Urlhttps://whateveryourdose.com/the-best-asian-restaurants-in-london/
DescriptionFrom the back streets of Soho to glitzy Mayfair, find sushi bars, Taiwanese teahouses and Bombay cafés. The best Asian restaurants in London
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BodyThe best Asian restaurants in LondonFeatured, Food & Drink When it comes to Asian restaurants, Londoners are spoilt for choice. From the back streets of Soho to glitzy Mayfair, you’ll find sushi bars, Taiwanese teahouses and Bombay cafés for both casual and fine dining. And now that we can eat out again, feast your eyes on our pick of the best Asian restaurants in London…Best Asian restaurants in London. HOPPERS. With locations in Soho, King’s Cross and Marylebone, Hoppers is largely responsible for putting Sri Lankan food on London’s map. One of the best Asian restaurants in London, enjoy home-style Sri Lankan cooking with a menu of sumptuous and headily aromatic dishes. These include; hoppers, dosas, kothus, and roasts, complemented by a tropical drinks list, which has Genever and Arrack at its heart. Be sure to try the indulgent Bonemarrow Varuval, slow-roasted in a coconut and tomato curry, served with a homemade roti.DISHOOM. Get those creative juices flowing first thing with a visit to Londons’ finest Bombay cafe. Feast on eggs on chilli cheese toast, a Bombay omelette or a bacon and egg naan roll, washed down with a nice warming, comforting chai. Vegans can opt for the Vegan Bombay with vegan sausages, vegan black pudding, grilled field mushrooms, masala baked beans, grilled tomato, home-made buns and avocado with chilli and lime dressing. This is one of the best Asian restaurants in London for breakfast. If like us, you simply can’t get enough, get The Dishoom Bacon Naan Roll Kit delivered to your home address.THE IVY ASIA. This Asian late night restaurant and bar boasts panoramic views of one of London’s famous landmarks – St Paul’s Cathedral. Find theatrical drinks and cocktails late into the night alongside a delicious menu of tantalising, Asian-inspired dishes. On arrival, diners are met with a fluorescent pink onyx floor and a pink-hued pagoda. Upstairs, the entire floor is illuminated with green, semi-precious stone. Feast on soft shell crab and grilled tiger prawns, sushi & sashimi,, Yukhoe steak tartare and yellowtail sashimi.KOLAMBA. Soho Sri Lankan spot, Kolamba, features a multitude of naturally vegan dishes on its menu: coconut is a prevalent ingredient in Sri Lankan cooking, so it was an effortless decision from owners Aushi and Eroshan Meewalla to curate a menu where over half of the dishes were vegan. Highlights include Kumar’s Pineapple and Aubergine Curry, Young Jackfruit (Polos) Curry – a dark, boldly flavoured curry of tender jackfruit, cinnamon and fried onion – plus Hoppers and a not-to-be-missed Coconut and Lime Sorbet for dessert.China Tang. If you like your Asian food luxe, it doesn’t get swankier or more renowned than Mayfair’s China Tang, which specialises in Cantonese cuisine. Based at the Dorchester Hotel, decor is opulent and Art Deco-inspired. Do take a look at the Dim Sum menu and if you’re going all out, the Bird’s Nest Chicken Soup is a delicacy. The restaurant has also recently launched a particularly special afternoon tea.Sushisamba. Sushisamba is always a hit for Asian dining, with excellent food (think Japanese with a South American twist) and stellar views at its City site. Located at the famed Opera Terrace atop the historic Grade II-listed Market Building, this striking space is crowned by an Eric Parry-designed glass roof. Bold in design, the restaurant offers a host of inviting dining and drinking experiences: from the bar with its ‘living ceiling’, the exposed kitchen and high energy sushi bar, to the terrace overlooking The Piazza below, and the private dining room with its own entrance and terrace. Book for a pre-theatre meal and dine on delicious toro tartar, sashimi hanataba and more.Jinjuu. Jinjuu is a Korean restaurant in Soho, founded by chef Judy Joo. It is influenced by traditional and contemporary street food – signature dishes include the famous Korean fried chicken and house made kimchi. The bibimbap is great too – Jinjuu works well for date night, pre-theatre, meeting friends or just about anything.Pleasant Lady. Alex Peffly and Z He, co-founders of popular Asian eateries Bun House and Tea Room, have opened Pleasant Lady Jian Bing Trading Stall on Greek Street serving China’s most loved street food – jian bing. Jian bing is sort of like a super-stuffed crepe, that’s wrapped and folded right in front of you. Everything from eggs, fried dough (that’s right) to lamb goes in there. It’s seriously filling, and cheap, too. This may be less of a restaurant and more of a hole in the wall,  but it’s great.Flesh and Buns Fitzrovia. A big site, this place is always busy for good reason. The Maki Mondays are good value for sushi, and the buns themselves are light, fluffy and delicious – we like the salmon teriyaki option. The restaurant has an on-site smoker should you wish to go for something heartier, and the Smore’s for dessert are unmissable.A.WONG. Michelin starred chef Andrew Wong’s eponymous restaurant pays homage to China’s 2,000 years of culinary history. Small plates include dim sum, seabass with fermented tofu sauce, wok-seared wagyu beef and pancake wraps, all designed for sharing. Try the ‘Taste of China’ set menu that celebrates the country’s regional cuisine, from Chengdu to Shanghai. Teas from small farms complement sophisticated cocktails, many using the restaurant’s own customised gin infused with Sichuan pepper.Yen. Yen serves up London’s first handmade Soba (noodles) from master chefs. There’s also a sushi chef, as the menu showcases Japanese dishes alongside Soba, which are prepared twice a day in the restaurant’s dedicated soba room (London’s only glass-fronted Soba room). Choose from à la carte (sushi, tempura, sashimi and robata), or a daily changing omakase menu chosen by the chefs, for the freshest dishes around.Kanishka. Atul Kochhar is the first Indian chef in the world to receive a Michelin star. His new restaurant, Kanishka, on Maddox Street, explores lesser known regions of Indian food. Cooking methods include salting, smoking and fermenting, made necessary by the remoteness of the regions. He has also been inspired by the influence of bordering countries such as Nepal, China, and Bangladesh – expect soya and dumplings, as well as locally sourced British produce where possible. Mains include a Seafood Alleppey Curry and drinks are a key element – the Roast Banana Old Fashioned is made from Tandoor roasted banana and the more savoury Ingrita is, somewhat unusually, served alongside a chilled lightly spiced tomato broth.Bambusa. Disclaimer: this doesn’t really qualify as a restaurant as it’s an extremely casual to-go option, but is worth mentioning as it’s new and offers extremely affordable Asian options. Bambusa on Charlotte Street offers an array of Asian flavours – Japan, Singapore and Laos – with fermented and umami foods like kimchi and miso. Good for a convenient midweek take out lunch, but remember the interiors and atmosphere aren’t the focus here.Tandoor Chop House. Tandoor Chop House is the meeting of a North Indian communal eatery and a classic British chop house. It brings together the very best of both worlds, combining the distinct flavour of the tandoor with Indian spices and marinades, select prime cuts of meat, all within a vibrant, lively atmosphere. Highlights include the sea bream, black pepper chicken and the green saag.Main photo: HoppersBy CharlotteGet your weekly DOSE fix here: SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTERSearch. Podcast. See all episodes Shop. 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TitleBest Chinese restaurants in West End London | OpenTable
Urlhttps://www.opentable.co.uk/s/dinerschoice?metroid=72®ionids=5322&topic=6c913b35-ffd3-498c-93f0-a3e7086ebe25
DescriptionLooking for restaurants with the best overall Chinese cuisine in West End London? You're in the right place. Each month OpenTable analyses more than 400,000 ...
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TitleThe 10 Best Chinese Restaurants in London - TheFork
Urlhttps://www.thefork.co.uk/restaurants/london-c665790/chinese-t389
DescriptionThe Best Chinese Restaurants in London · Stag City · The Sichuan · North China Restaurant · Beijing Dumpling · Ken Lo's Memories of China · Sichuan House · i Dim Sum ...
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TitleLondon's Best Chinese Restaurants | Food Guides | London On The Inside
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DescriptionDiscover the best Chinese restaurants in London, with everything from Michelin-starred dim sum to authentic regional cooking available across the city
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BodyCHINESE RESTAURANTSDiscover the best Chinese restaurants in London, with everything from Michelin-starred dim sum to authentic regional cooking available across the city.Chinese Restaurants London HighlightsLocated on Camberwell Church Street, Silk Road is always packed and for good reason as it’s got to be one of the cheapest yet most delicious Chinese restaurants in London. You can spend ages in there with a big group, ordering all the food and drinking all the beers, and it’s somehow impossible to ever spend more than £15 a head.It’s easy to go wrong in Chinatown but we’ve never gone wrong at Beijing Dumpling on Lisle Street. You know it’s going to be good when you spot the chefs in the window, mostly hidden by huge bamboo baskets and bellowing steam, and it doesn’t disappoint. The dumplings are fresh, the service is brisk, and it won’t cost the earth – just how Chinatown should be.When it comes to the finest dim sum in town, Yauatcha is pretty hard to beat in our book. It now has two locations, the original in Soho and the newer one in Broadgate Circle, and we never tire of going in for some prawn and bean curd cheung fun, xiao long bao, or char sui buns. Admittedly it’s not the cheapest on this list but if you can get there between 2pm – 5:45pm Monday to Thursday you can have the Taste of Yauatcha menu for £19 per person.Strange little name but who cares when you can try out food from Xi’an by the same people that bought you Sichuan Folk? It’s cheap and cheerful and you can’t go wrong with the pork and veg dumplings, the hand pulled noodles with chunky beef and chilli sauce, and the Xi’an pork ‘burger’. Highly recommended if you’re in the area and want to impress someone with your knowledge of regional Chinese cuisine. PARK CHINOIS. website17 Berkeley Street, Mayfair, London W1J 8EA, United KingdomLike Yauatcha and Hakkasan, Park Chinois was originally set up by Alan Yau before he moved on to other things (as he always does). Park Chinois might just be his magnum opus, a ridiculously lavish palace that sticks two fingers up to austerity Britain – well it is in Mayfair after all. Dining here, with its chandeliers, red velvet drapes and gold taps shaped like flying ducks, feels like stepping back to another era and we completely adore it. There’s incredible dim sum, whole roast Peking duck, lobster, crab, and even some modern creations such as the Park Carbonara made with sea urchin. This place, more than the others even, could break the bank but check out the Prix Fie lunch menu if you want to keep it tidy. Or just forget it and go all out.Read Full Article SILK ROAD. 49 Camberwell Church St, Camberwell, London SE5 8TR, United KingdomLocated on Camberwell Church Street, Silk Road is always packed and for good reason as it’s got to be one of the cheapest yet most delicious Chinese restaurants in London. You can spend ages in there with a big group, ordering all the food and drinking all the beers, and it’s somehow impossible to ever spend more than £15 a head. It specialises in food from the Xinjiang region and if you don’t order the smacked cucumber salad, the lamb fat skewers, the big plate chicken and the pork dumplings then you’re doing it all wrong. A WONG. website70 Wilton Rd, Pimlico, London SW1V 1DE, United KingdomBeloved of foodies everywhere for years, A Wong finally won a Michelin star in 2017 and in 2021 it earned a second, making it the first Chinese restaurant in the UK to hold two stars. This is not a place to indulge in the classics as Andrew Wong cooks up a creative storm of modern twists of dim sum – think rabbit and carrot puffs shaped like little carrots or wagyu tart with truffle. It’s fun, it’s delicious and even though it’s in Victoria you should still go there. LUCKY AND JOY. website95 Lower Clapton Rd, Clapton, London E5 0NP, UKEllen Parr and Pete Kelly have been popping up across town for the past few years with Lucky & Joy and now the duo have opened a permanent place in Clapton, just a few doors down from Yard Sale Pizza and P Franco. There’s a retro, kitsch aesthetic, with check box menus, bright neon chopsticks and colourful artworks on the walls so it’s a fun place to be.On the menu, you can expect similar Chinese-inspired dishes to those served up at the pop-ups, with all ordering done via a paper checkbox system. We’d definitely recommend the cold sesame noodles, the cumin-drenched mushroom skewers, the roasted aubergine, and the amazing fried brussel sprouts chopped with plenty of chilli and coriander. We also love the fresh spicy salads such as the Yunan smacked cucumber and the tiger salad (tip: keep both the bowls with all the extra dressing and pour it over your rice at the end). MURGER HAN. websiteMurger Han, Eversholt Street, London, UK 10 Philpot Ln, Bridge, London EC3M 8AA, UK8A Sackville St, Mayfair, London W1S 3DF, UKMurger Han is a X’ian Chinese restaurant with branches in Euston, Mayfair and the City that seriously delivers the goods, and is super cheap too. The speciality here is Biang Biang noodles. They are made fresh in house every day and hand pulled by the chef into one giant 12 foot sheet and then cut into wide, thick strands before cooking. The noodles are spot on and come with some epic sauces – we particularly love the braised pork, tomato, egg, and chilli sauce. Sides such as gyoza are excellent too, as well as the murgers themselves – a flat bread stuffed with stewed beef or pork. BEIJING DUMPLING. 23 Lisle St, London WC2H 7BA, United KingdomIt’s easy to go wrong in Chinatown but we’ve never gone wrong at Beijing Dumpling on Lisle Street. You know it’s going to be good when you spot the chefs in the window, mostly hidden by huge bamboo baskets and bellowing steam, and it doesn’t disappoint. The dumplings are fresh, the service is brisk, and it won’t cost the earth – just how Chinatown should be. DIN TAI FUNG. websiteDin Tai Fung, Henrietta Street, London, UKIn case you’re not already familiar with Din Tai Fung, it’s a multinational chain originally founded in Taiwan that specialses in dim sum, particulalry Xiao Long Bao (soup dumplings). For its first ever European outpost, DTF has landed in Covent Garden. It’s walk-ins only but with close to 250 covers you (hopefully) shouldn’t have to queue too long and there is the first ever Din Tai Fung cocktail bar inside, serving Taiwanese-inspired cocktails and Chinese tea while you wait.The Xiao Long Bao here are indeed incredible; the skins just the right thickness, the soup full of flavour and the filling fresh as you like. Probably our favourite dumplings are the prawn and pork shao mai. Made with a fresh prawn topping off the dumpling and with soup inside too, these were a near on perfect package and the ones we’d hurry back to order in a flash. We also loved the pork and veg wontons in black vinegar and chilli oil, and the crispy golden prawn pancake. For dessert it’s worth trying the red bean and chocolate xiao long bao too.Read Full Article HAKKASAN. website17 Bruton St, Mayfair, London W1J 6QB, United Kingdom 8 Hanway Place, London W1T 1HD, UKSister to Yauatcha, Hakkasan also knocks out some beautifully refined Chinese food at its two locations in Mayfair and Hanway Place. It loses minor points for the permanent nightclub soundtrack but the cooking more than makes up for it. Again, you could spend a small fortune if you go for dinner but check out the Dim Sum Sundays menu available from midday until 6:45, which is £62 per person and includes a bottle of champagne to share, two cocktails each, a banging selection of dim sum and a main course too. A pretty civilsed way to spend a Sunday we think. XI'AN IMPRESSION. website117 Benwell Road, London N7 7BW, United KingdomStrange little name but who cares when you can try out food from Xi’an by the same people that bought you Sichuan Folk? It’s cheap and cheerful and you can’t go wrong with the pork and veg dumplings, the hand pulled noodles with chunky beef and chilli sauce, and the Xi’an pork ‘burger’. Highly recommended if you’re in the area. BAOZIINN. website££ - £££BaoziInn - Romilly Street 人民公社, Romilly Street, London, UK 25 Newport Ct, London WC2H 7JS34-36 Southwark St, London SE1 1TUTo cut right to the chase, BaoziInn has some of the best dim sum in London. The all-day menu features a range of Cantonese style dim sum but mixed with a few touches from Sichuan and Hunan. Across the board, the dumplings are well made, fresh, and delicious so you can’t really go wrong… but we do have some top tips. From the ‘steamed’ section get the Fragrant Chilli Pork Baozi in Beetroot Juice Dough, and the Ruby Prawn Dumplings in Beetroot Pastry. From the Cheng Fen rice rolls section there’s only two options, but the Dan Dan ‘Chang Fen’ with Minced Pork and Sichuan Preserved Sprout was a winner, and you should definitely get a plate of the classic pork wontons. There’s also a whole other massive menu of noodles and street food dishes too, SICHUAN FOLK. website32 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR, United KingdomNo prizes for guessing which region these guys specialise in and yes there are mouth-numbing Sichuan peppers all over the menu. This is seriously exciting Chinese food and a good place for shaking up your mate who only ever orders lemon chicken. There’s offal dishes galore, meaty stews, whole deep-fried fish stuffed with Sichuan pepper, and all you can eat hot pot for £22.80. An absolute winner.Read Full Article MIN JIANG. website2-24 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 4PT, United KingdomLocated on the 10th floor of the Royal Garden Hotel, overlooking Kensington Gardens, Min Jiang wins big points for setting. It also wins big points for its wood-fired Beijing duck, which is surely the best you can find in London. First they bring you a plate of duck meat and pancakes (you know what to do) and also slices of thin crispy duck skin which you dip into sugar, which is so good you’ll dream of it for months to come. You have an option of how the second serving of duck comes but we recommend getting it with the fried rice or noodles. Out of this world.Read Full Article SHIKUMEN. website58 Shepherd's Bush Green, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 8QE, United KingdomHaving started out at the Dorsett Hotel in Shepherd’s Bush, Shikumen now has a very respectable mini-chain of restaurants across London. The dim sum here is of a very good standard and priced well enough that you could become a regular without flexing the credit card once. You can’t go wrong with the classics on the menu but we also like some of the more fun dishes too, such as the multi-coloured ‘rainbow’ dim sum selection and the eel cheung fun – it’s eely eely good.Read Full Article YAUATCHA. websiteBroadwick Street, London W1F 0DL, United Kingdom Broadgate Circle London, EC2M 2QSWhen it comes to the finest dim sum in town, Yauatcha is pretty hard to beat in our book. It now has two locations, the original in Soho and the newer one in Broadgate Circle, and we never tire of going in for some prawn and bean curd cheung fun, xiao long bao, or char sui buns. Admittedly it’s not the cheapest but you can have the Taste of Yauatcha menu, surely one of the most insanely good value eating experiences you can have in London. Aside from dim sum, Yauatcha makes some pretty mean cakes and macaroons too. DIM SUM & DUCK. website124 King's Cross Rd, London WC1X 9DS, UK OPENING HOURS Monday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMTuesday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMWednesday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMThursday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMFriday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMSaturday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMSunday: 12:00 – 5:00 PM, 6:00 – 10:00 PMIf you like dim sum and duck, you’re gonna love Dim Sum & Duck. Located in King’s Cross, the simple, small Chinese restaurant serves some of the best dumplings in London – it’s just off the main drag so look out for the queue, which you’ll spot well before the bright blue restaurant. Once seated you can take your pick of fresh translucent dumplings, including the Shanghai pork soup dumplings, which just might be our favourite Xao Long Bao in London; the crispy sesame prawn roll, a spin on sesame prawn toast; prawn & chive dumplings; fried duck bao; char siu honey roast pork; and the BBQ roast duck. Then there’s the char siu bao steamed pork bun, custard bun, crunchy tofu skin roll, cheung fun…we could go on and on and that’s before we’ve even mentioned the other Cantonese noodles, soups and rice dishes. It’s BYOB, service is fast and, like the queuing process, it also a little manic at times with orders and wrong dishes flying out, but it’s all part of the charm. Absolute gem this one. MIMI MEI FAIR. website55 Curzon St, London W1J 8PG, UK OPENING HOURS Monday: 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMTuesday: 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMWednesday: 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMThursday: 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMFriday: 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMSaturday: 12:00 – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 10:30 PMSunday: 12:00 – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 10:00 PMChinese restaurant Mimi Mei Fair is absolutely beautiful. Set in an old Georgian Townhouse on Curzon Street, it has several different dining areas in various nooks and crannies, all decked out super luxe with colourful patterns, vases and Chinese artworks. The kitchen is headed up by chef Peter Ho, who was also in charge of one of London’s greatest and much missed restaurants, HKK. And that’s before you even consider that the brains behind the whole operation is Samyukta Nair of Bombay Bustle and Javamar. Peter’s signatures at HKK was the roast Peking duck, and it’s a signature here too. Other must orders include the ‘Hokkien’ seafood noodles with scallop, prawn & samba paste, the clay pot lamb and if you’re looking for something more meaty, you’ll definitely want to to try the caramelised crispy Mandarin beef.Read Full Article BARSHU. website£££28 Frith St, London W1D 5LF, UK OPENING HOURS Monday: 12:00 – 10:00 PMTuesday: 12:00 – 10:00 PMWednesday: 12:00 – 10:00 PMThursday: 12:00 – 10:00 PMFriday: ClosedSaturday: ClosedSunday: 12:00 – 10:00 PMGood Sichuan restaurants are few and far between in London but one that has got quite the rep when it comes to southwestern Chinese cuisine is Barshu. Opening back in 2006 on Soho’s bustling Frith Street, the Chinese restaurant is still going strong, attracting a crowd of tourists and locals daily. For those who have visited Barshu before, you will know the menu is BIG, and can be overwhelming if you don’t know your stuff. Thankfully the staff are on hand to help digest and make some recommendations, something we would suggest you do too, especially if you struggle with spice. The salt & pepper soft shell crab, smacked cucumber, golden soup with seabass & Sichuan pickles, and the signature dan dan noodles are all winners but there’s also everything from pig trotters to beef tripe on the menu too. TRENDING ON LOTI. VEGANUARY ONE DISH WONDERS 10 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND DUMPLING SHACK & SICHUAN FRY ARE COMING TO LONDON FIELDS THE BEST VEGAN MEAL KITS MITCH TONKS LAUNCHES SEAFOOD AT HOME DELIVERY SERVICE EXHIBITIONS TO SEE RIGHT NOW WHERE TO HAVE ALL THE WINE POP-UPS YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THE ROOFTOP ACTION YOU NEED THE BEST SUNDAY ROASTS IN LONDON Loading...
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Title13 of the Best Chinese Restaurants in London | SUITCASE Magazine
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DescriptionLondon’s vast array of restaurants caters to a multitude of palates. For those times when you just can’t curb your cravings for Chinese food, we’ve found the restaurants serving divine dim sum and brilliant bao
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Body13 of the Best Chinese Restaurants in London 13 November, 2019 Words by Olivia Morelli London London 's vast array of restaurants caters to a multitude of palates. For those times when you just can't curb your cravings for Chinese food, we've found the restaurants serving divine dim sum and brilliant bao. Carving Chinese food? There are London's most delectable restaurants. restaurant Royal China Baker Street Marylebone This classic Cantonese restaurant is renowned for its dim sum. Don't be put off by the seemingly formal atmosphere - once the food arrives all pretension is thrown out the window as the room is filled with oohs and ahhs of content. Book ahead to avoid the queue that often snakes its way down Baker Street, and settle down to order plates of fried gyoza, soft dumplings, roast pork buns and crispy spring rolls. Address 24-26 Baker Street W1U 3BZ +44 20 7487 4688 Go to website This image is on holiday restaurant Xi'an Impression Highbury Opposite Arsenal's Emirates Stadium, this no-frills restaurant serves Chinese food in unpretentious settings. Whitewashed interiors ensure that all focus is placed entirely on the food - and rightly so. Piled-up plates of sticky dumplings and thick udon noodles (the Xi'an Liang Pi Cold Noodles are a must-try) command all attention as they crowd the small tables, and disappear quicker than you can say bao bun. Address 117 Bennell Road N7 7BW +44 20 3441 0191 Go to website restaurant Duck and Rice Soho At face value, this stalwart pub in Soho seems an unlikely addition to this round-up. While drinks are served in the buzzy ground floor bar, head upstairs for the real deal. Chinese food is served in the intimate dining room - be sure to order the Cantonese-style roast duck, hand-reared at a local family-owned farm. Address 90 Berwick Street W1F 0QB +44 20 3327 7888 Go to website Photo: David Cotsworth restaurant A Wong Pimlico Helmed by London-born chef Andrew Wong, this Chinese restaurant seamlessly switches between a delightful dim-sum menu during the day and heaped plates of authentic cuisine in the evening. Try the 10-course tasting menu, which showcases the best of Wong's culinary finesse. Address 70 Wilton Road SW1V 1DE +44 20 7828 8931 Go to website restaurant Park Chinois Mayfair This chinese restaurant brings Shanghai's 30s jazz lounges to London's Mayfair. Beyond its decadent red doors, the interiors pair rich velvets and fringed furnishings with sophisticated cocktails and raved-about food. Book into the Salon de Chine to sample the Asian menu in sophisticated surrounds, or slide into a booth downstairs at Club Chinois, where food is often served alongside curious entertainment. Address 17 Berkeley Street W1J 8EA +44 20 3327 8888 Go to website This image is on holiday restaurant Yauatcha Soho Fragrant noodle dishes, meat-filled wontons and lip-smacking curries are served at Yauatcha on Soho's Broadwick Street, where dimly lit interiors are adorned with sleek furnishings. Be sure to save room for dessert - try the "Winter Sun", an exotic fruit mousse served with black-sesame cream and a banana-toffee compote, or the praline brownie topped with salted yuzu caramel. Address 15-17 Broadwick Street W1F 0DL +44 20 7494 8888 Go to website restaurant Bao Fitzrovia This trendy Chinese hotspot does what it says on the tin - but with style. Originally a food stall, this restaurant prioritises quality over quantity, with a relatively short menu consisting of popular dishes such as steamed baos packed with juicy meat and veg. Round off the meal with a fried bao filled with ice cream - you won't regret it. Address 31 Windmill Street W1T 2JN +44 20 3011 1632 Go to website restaurant My Neighbours the Dumplings Lower Clapton This popular Hackney dumpling restaurant often has queues out the door. Arrive early to nab a table, settle down in view of the kitchen and watch your dishes being skillfully prepared. Sample the restaurant's dim-sum menu - we're ordering the crispy wontons, steamed buns and fried potstickers. Address 165 Lower Clapton Road E5 8EQ +44 20 3327 1556 Go to website Photo: Random House, Paul Winch-Furness restaurant Hunan Belgravia If unnecessarily lengthy menus leave you sweaty-palmed and stressed, Hunan is the place for you. Leave the hard work to the experts at this menuless restaurant, which is tucked among Pimlico's galleries and antiques shops. Dine like an emperor on a series of small plates followed by heaps of hand-pulled noodles and fiery sauces. Address 51 Pimlico Road SW1W 8NE +44 20 7730 5712 Go to website This image is on holiday restaurant Kym's City of London Another restaurant by Chinese master-of-all Andrew Wong, Kym's is one for the Instagrammers. Pink-hued interiors coupled with a cherry-blossom tree make a picture-perfect setting for your evening meal. Yet this isn't all style over substance - dishes such as Cantonese crispy pork belly or Iberico pork char siu steal the focus every time. Address 19 Bloomberg Arcade EC4N 8AR +44 20 7220 7088 Go to website This image is on holiday restaurant Mamalan Brixton In bustling Brixton Village, Mamalan specialises in northern-Chinese street food inspired by the owner's experience of watching her mother run a market stall in Beijing - the restaurant is even named after her. Huddle into the crowded restaurant for beef and pork potstickers, veggie dumplings and hearty noodle soups. Address Unit 18, Brixton Village Coldharbour Lane SW9 8PR N/A Go to website This image is on holiday restaurant Silk Road Camberwell This cheerful restaurant in Camberwell serves food from China's Xinjiang province. Slide onto communal benches and peruse a refreshingly short menu before promptly deciding to order the lot. Hand-pulled noodles, fluffy dumplings and spicy stews prove that Chinese food is more than your typical sweet-and-sour chicken or beef in black bean sauce. Address 49 Camberwell Church Street SE5 8TR +44 20 7703 4832 This image is on holiday restaurant Dumpling's Legend Chinatown Dumplings' Legend offers dim sum with a twist. Try the fried turnip cake (luóbo gāo), stuffed rice noodles (cheung fun) and, of course, plenty of meat-filled dumplings. A glass-fronted kitchen allows diners to gawp at the chefs' magic while it happens. Address 15-16 Gerrard Street W1D 6JE +44 20 7494 1200
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TitleChina Palace New Website | Best Chinese Restaurant in East London
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Body中 國 皇 宮 CHINA PALACE C 我们的故事 Our Story. Welcome To China Palace. The destination for an authentic Chinese dining experience! Here you will find a quality, honest food based on traditional recipes that have been enjoyed over generations.  We provide our customers with the finest in Chinese cuisine. We have been in the business of serving delicious Chinese food to the people of East London for more than three decades. Our restaurant’s chefs are skilled in preparing all your favorite authentic Chinese dishes. Simply put, we offer a great atmosphere along with great food and service at affordable prices! Don’t miss out! Come and dine in the stunning surroundings, or enjoy our food from the comfort of your homes with our home delivery service. Only the Best. Fresh Ingredients, Tasty Meals. We create beautifully crafted dishes, seeking out the best of Asian produce, with a passion to delight and share our curiosity and our love of delicious artisanal food. MENU ORDER Dim Sum (點心). A casual eating experience. Dims Sum (or Yum Cha) is a style of Chinese cuisine that is rich in variety and prepared as bite-sized snacks ready to be shared, traditionally served in small steamer baskets.  .  .  .  .  . Roast Duck  (燒味). Roast is a masterpiece of Chinese cuisine. We offer exceptional quality that you will not find anywhere else. Authentic Dish (正中). We prepare authentic Chinese cuisine with only the freshest ingredients and cooked by the award-winning chef. Its authenticity could be vouched by the local Asian community. Dessert (甜點). We bring you the best in Asian desserts to the heart of Docklands. Testimonials. What People are Saying. “A Great Find”. “I have been visiting this restaurant for eight years now and have to say that the food is the best and I have never had to return anything for any reason. The dim sum menu, soups, noodles all very good and lots of jasmine tea. I was never a big fan of Chinese food until I started to visit this restaurant. If we have any friends over for dinner, sometimes we would even do take out and they all compliment the how tasty the food is, I would recommend that you everybody should try it at least once“ Wendy “Fabulous food & flawless service”. “I had a great experience here at China palace. The food portions were large, it was not expensive, and the service was great. The staff was friendly and quick. I would definitely recommend this place, especially if you’re a big eater and don’t want to break the bank“ Alan “Another successful experience”. “Nicest lobster I tried in a long time and had a good birthday party in the private KTV room. Parking wasn’t easy but found out I can park in the back of the restaurant.“ Phu Trong “Speechless”. “The four of us went there after the building show on Saturday. The restaurant was busy but to be fair they found us a table. We found that the staff was really friendly and helpful. Has the evening went on the place was really busy and had a great atmosphere. The food was fantastic! We all said that any future shows at the excel this is a must couldn’t fault excellent !!!...” Dominic News & Events Me & U (Feat. Kelsey) | Official Video. Jun 27, 2021#majestic #ministryofsound #meandu Majestic – Me & U (Feat. Kelsey) | Official Video read more #VLOGMAS2020 #AYUK #英國生活. Jun 27, 2021VLOGMAS#5 分享我在倫敦最愛吃的中餐廳!飯後甜品竟然還有糖水😋Get ready with me💖 read more Read More CHINA PALACE Our Gallery × × [pdf-embedder url="https://chinapalaceexcel.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/CP-New-Dim-Sum-Menu.pdf" title="CP New Dim Sum Menu"] × × × × LEAVE US A REVIEW [testimonial_view id="1"] × ×
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TitleThe Best Chinese Restaurants in London - The Nudge London
Urlhttps://thenudge.com/features/the-best-chinese-restaurants-in-london/
DescriptionFrom mouth-numbing Sichuan noodles to silky xiaolongbao, London is spoilt for great Chinese restaurants. Here's where to find them..
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BodyThe Best Chinese Restaurants in LondonLuckily there’s no great walls between you and some top-notch Chinese food in London.From dumpling specialists to tongue-numbing Sichuan spice, Chinatown stalwarts to itinerant pop up eateries, the city’s spoilt for choice. But if you’re only after the best, here they are… –My Neighbours The Dumplings | Clapton, Victoria ParkMNTD have proven so popular in their Clapton home that they’ve just unveiled a second branch of their dumpling-focussed eatery. Taking up an impressive space on the fringes of Victoria Park, they serve up classic dim sum dishes – potstickers, crispy prawn wonton, scallop & spinach and pork & prawn siu mai – alongside traditional sides, some Japanese-influenced skewers and a two-page sake menu. READ MOREDetails: 178-180 Victoria Park Road, Hackney, London, E9 7HD | Open Wed-Sun evenings –Liu Xiaomian | MaryleboneLiu Xiaomian is a street food outfit specialising in the mouth-numbingly spicy cuisine of Chongqing. The two chefs behind it, Charlene Liu and Liu Qian originally hail from the Sichuanese city, and are pouring their no-holds-barred spicy know-how into dishes like chickpea and minced pork noodles; braised beef; and chilli pig trotters. And don’t worry, there’s some very icy desserts to follow. READ MOREDetails: The Jackalope, 43 Weymouth Mews, W1G 7EG | Lunch and dinner, Tues-Fri Xi’an Impression | HighburyAn unpretentious local spot revered for its biang biang noodles (Sichuan spicy, ribbon-thick, hand-pulled noods) and Xi’an beef burger with its slow-cooked, spice-infused, Silk Road-whispering meaty juices. The dishes are fiery, unctuous, and messy to eat. Roll your sleeves up, accept the fiery sauces running down your chin, and throw any hopes of making a good impression on your date out the window. Xi’an Impression’s already got it covered. READ MOREDetails: 117 Benwell Road, London, N7 7BW | Open all day, every day –Chinatown | SohoUnsurprisingly, home to some of the best Chinese restaurants in London. Buckle in for a feast of dim sum or all-you-can-eat buffet, or go on a food crawl. Gerrard Street (and the little alleys spinning off it) is home to specialists in Peking duck, xiaolongbao, hotpot and Cantonese classics – as well as a couple of Chinese bakeries serving tasty buns to go. READ MORE –Mao Chow | HackneyMao Chow’s vegan Chinese dishes were an instant hit when they first popped up, and now they’ve scored themselves a permanent spot on Hackney’s Mare Street. It’s a tiny, hole-in-a-wall kind of place; cash-only and seating just 12 diners in its colourful space. Here, you can chow down on spicy mapo tofu, veg and fennel dumplings, Chongqing-style wheat noodles and smacked cucumber with garlic – which, ironically, is a breath of fresh air. READ MOREDetails: 159a Mare Street, E8 3RH | Open Tues-Sat evenings –Master Wei | BloomsburyHaving effortlessly taken Xi’an Impression into the hearts of Londoners, chef Guirong Wei continues to shine the spotlight on her native Shaanxi cooking with her first solo venture, Master Wei. The highlight here is, again, the biang biang noodles – lovely, chilli-slicked ribbons served with buttery smooth pak choi, textured morsels of pork and tomato and egg – but they should be savoured alongside a slew of Xi’an street food classics, like the potsticker dumplings and rou jia mo flatbread-style burgers.Details: 13 Cosmo Place, WC1N 3AP | Open all day, every day –Noodle & Beer | SpitalfieldsAs restaurant names go, Noodle & Beer is a real time-saver, because it’s what you’re going to end up ordering too. It’s a regional Chinese that specialises in Sichuan & Chongqing cooking, throwing all of the area’s traditional herbs & spices into hot, nourishing bowls of noodles. Which, of course, you can wash down with some beer.Details: 31 Bell Lane, Shoreditch, E1 7LA | Open for lunch and dinner, Monday-Sunday –Lucky & Joy | ClaptonLucky & Joy is swathed in a colourfully tongue-in-cheek aesthetic of purple, green, and blue fluro-style spot lighting, as well as a flatscreen TV purely playing pictures of animals, just to give it that gloriously kitschy edge. And the food? Is very much straight-up delicious… READ MOREDetails: 95 Lower Clapton Road, E5 0NP | Open for dinner, Tues-Sat –Hakkasan | Fitzrovia, MayfairNowhere does high-end Chinese dining quite like Hakkasan. Eminently successful, the Fitzrovia original is the first of 11 Hakkasans that have since cropped up around the world – though they’re not quite as ubiquitous as founder Alan Yau’s other venture, Wagamama. Hakkasan is a gloss-covered jewel of a restaurant – the atmosphere’s dark and vibey; the cocktails strong and the Cantonese dishes unparalleled in their delicacy. There’s a lunch set menu (a reasonable £38), or if you want the full Michelin star experience, head there in the evening for lobster har gau with caviar; the famous Peking duck; or smoked beef ribs with jasmine tea. READ MOREDetails: 8 Hanway Place, W1T 1HD | Open for lunch and dinner daily –Hutong | London BridgePerched hundreds of metres above the rest of London on the 33rd floor of the Shard, Hutong is a dark, glamorous spot filled with red lanterns, dramatic mood lighting and a wishing tree. You can have high hopes for the meal, too – it’ll set you back a fair sum but if you’re splashing out, the tableside Peking duck carving, Champagne-soaked shrimp dumplings and Shandong shredded chicken in butterfly buns is the way to go. READ MOREDetails: Level 33, The Shard, 31 St Thomas Street, SE1 9RY | Open for lunch & dinner daily –A. Wong | PimlicoAndrew Wong didn’t particularly want to become a chef. He studied at both Oxford and LSE before it fell to him to take the reins of the family business – Chinese restaurant Kym’s, on Wilton Road. A decade later, that restaurant is now Wong’s own Michelin starred, critically praise-showered eatery. The glorious, showstopper cooking here is the result of Wong’s pilgrimage around China’s many provinces, learning directly from the masters all the tips and tricks of regional specialities. The 10 course “Taste of China” tasting menu is a love letter to the country’s many influences, quirks and unique flavour pairings, and to miss it would be a crime. READ MOREDetails: 70 Wilton Road, SW1V 1DE | Open for lunch and dinner, Tues-Sat –Wun’s | Soho Just when you thought London was going to have to do without a chic, 1960s-Hong-Kong-styled tea room and bar……we went and found Wun.It comes to us courtesy of Z He and Alex Peffly, the same husband and wife team behind Bun House. Z herself is from Hong Kong and apparently felt strongly about creating a place that gave Londoners a taste of the nostalgic Cantonese dishes from her childhood, in a space inspired by what she’d consider to be two classic components of life in HK. It’s a two floor space, so you can slip into both casual and moody gears, and it’s got excellent food… READ MOREDetails: 23-24 Greek Street, Soho, W1D 4DZ | Open daily for lunch & dinner –Silk Road | CamberwellAmidst London’s preponderance of Cantonese restaurants comes something completely different. Silk Road takes its culinary influences from Guandong’s polar opposite, Xinjiang (over on the northwestern side of China, bordering Mongolia and Kazakhstan). This region was (spoiler!) at the nexus of the Silk Road trading routes back in the day, and its unique, flavourful cuisine can be hard to track down in London. Silk Road does it justice: chicken gizzards are stir-fried with cumin and chilli; ox tripe, kidneys and lamb fat shish are grilled over charcoal; and Xinjiang’s signature dish is perfectly executed, with on-the-bone chicken floating in a broth singing with green chilli. Order a bowl of noodles to pour into the left-over liquor, and settle in for the evening.Details: 49 Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8TR | Open weekdays 5-11pm, weekends 2-11pm Last Updated: 6th December 2021 | Main image: Wun’sLike discovering London’s best restaurants? Peruse our pick of the best restaurants in every London neighbourhood Submit Member Review Save This Article Got A Tip? Email [email protected] More Ideas. Features | London London Restaurants Opening Soon All of the best new openings lined up for the new year…. Features | London Recently Opened Restaurants In London Behold, our guide to the best restaurants and bars that have recently opened in this fair city. 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TitleThe Best Regional Chinese Restaurants in London - Just Opened London
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DescriptionChinese food expert Lizzie Mabbott shares her list of the best regional Chinese restaurants in London, including Sichuan, Shan Xi, Taiwanese & more
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BodyHome Eating & Drinking Travel & Culture Best Of… Reviews Map Eating & Drinking Central Eating & Drinking North Eating & Drinking East Eating & Drinking South Eating & Drinking West The Best Regional Chinese Restaurants in London. By Lizzie Mabbott Just Opened London’s ‘Best of’ series covers a combination of recently opened venues and established London favourites, to make sure you get the full lowdown on where to spend your time and hard-earned cash. This is one of the most exciting times I’ve experienced in London’s Chinese restaurant scene. Chinese food is in vogue, with many chefs drawing heavy influence from this broad and rich cuisine. Trendy dumpling shops are opening up all over East London and into Central, and rumours abound that Taiwan’s very own darling, Din Tai Fung, home of the fabled xiao long bao (soup dumpling) will be gracing us with their delicate parcels soon. Not soon enough, I say. Here are 7 regional Chinese restaurants that show just how diverse and wonderful Chinese food can be. 1. Food House (Northern Chinese & Sichuan). In the heart of Chinatown, Food House is the Ronseal of all restaurant names. If you order any of the spicy noodle dishes they warn you that, “it’s very, very, very, VERY spicy!” You should definitely order them though, as the red chilli oil noodles are really excellent. Chongqing hot and sour noodles have that distinct tang of Sichuan peppercorn, numbing the mouth while you break out in a light sweat. Come with a group to bathe and pick around in steaming hot vats of whole fish bobbing in chilli broth, and skewers of meat off the grills. Food House, 46 Gerrard Street, W1D 5QH 2. Silk Road (Xinjiang). Silk Road’s USP is food from the Xinjiang region. Located in Camberwell, this stalwart hasn’t changed its interior for the past 6 years; the wooden benches are packed closely, the Tsing Tao beers and elbows jostling for space between dishes of steaming dumplings, plates of lamb skewers interspersed with creamy pieces of lamb fat, and belt noodles plonked into vast boats of anise-scented chicken stew. The vegetable dishes are my favourite – the homestyle cabbage and homestyle aubergines are unmissable. Silk Road, 49 Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8TR 3. Bao London (Taiwanese). What sets Bao apart from the rest of this list is its fanciness. I wouldn’t recommend going in for a cocktail at the others, but Bao’s pineapple Yakult cocktail is one of my favourites. The food here is beautiful, refined, and not just restricted to the bao, which are Taiwanese steamed buns filled with delicious things. To avoid the queue, book downstairs at the Fitzrovia branch. Bao, 53 Lexington Street, W1F 9AS Bao Fitzrovia, 31 Windmill Street, W1T 2JN 4. Good Friend Fried Chicken (Taiwanese). This little hole in the wall serves only fried delights. Come for the popcorn chicken or ‘big chicken’, which is a breast they batter out to a centimetre thickness so that it’s as big as your face. The deep fried batter manages to stay crisp for far longer than you can imagine, and a variety of powders are available to shake over before eating. I can’t resist the plum, which gives it a sweet and sour flavour. Good Friend Fried Chicken, 14 Little Newport Street, WC2H 7JJ 5. Xian Impression (Shan Xi). This tiny little place opposite Arsenal’s stadium is now always packed because it serves really bloody good food from Shan Xi province. Think lamb, cumin, chilli, spice. The cold skin noodles and ‘Chinese hamburger’ are some of my favourite things here. Xian Impression, 117 Benwell Road, N7 7BW 6. Baozi Inn Skewer Stall: Chuan Chuan Xiang (Sichuan). The last time I went to Baozi Inn the noodles bobbed around in what can only be described as dishwater, so give them a big fat swerve. Instead, get yourself next door to their skewer shop whereby you can order all sorts of treats dipped in bubbling hot, spicy, tingling broth for a pittance, and then burn your face off because dammit you didn’t wait till they’d cooled down, did you? My favourites are the enoki mushroom, any kind of fish ball and the luncheon meat. Yes, it is Spam. It is so good. Chuan Chuan Xiang, 27 Newport Court, WC2H 7JS 7. Gold Mine (Cantonese). I had to add a classic Cantonese restaurant in here; it is the food of my motherland, my home comforts. Gold Mine in Queensway stands out like a shining beacon amongst a slew of restaurants, and their roasted meats, hanging in the window are the main draws here. Glistening, glossy duck served on or off the bone is absolutely heaven on a plate, and crispy pork belly and char siu shouldn’t be overlooked either. Staff are friendly and happy to talk you through the menu for other dishes too. Gold Mine, 102 Queensway, W2 3RR OTHER FEATURES... We use cookies to improve your experience on our site. By continuing, you agree to our Cookie Policy.Accept and closeFind out more
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TitleThe 10 Best Chinese Restaurants In London
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BodyThe 10 Best Chinese Restaurants In LondonChinese New Year © Chris Phutully/WikipediaOliver Griffin9 February 2017ViewExcellent Chinese restaurants in London can be incredibly difficult to find, with many establishments offering only passable, pseudo-Asian dishes. However, more and more venues now propose finely and delicately assembled specialties, served to the highest standards – so much so that our previous list had to be updated. This is our new pick of the 10 best Chinese restaurants in London.Chinese Food | © Nipapun/PixabayBar Shu. Restaurant, Bar, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewBar Shu serves recipes typical of the Sichuan province of Southwest China. Sichuan cuisine is famous for its generous use of chillies and Sichuan pepper, and for a seemingly endless combination of flavors and produce. The restaurant interior is a visual aid for the food on show and paper lanterns hang throughout the restaurant, bestowing the dining room with warm light.More infoOpen In Google Maps28 Frith Street, West End, London, England, W1D 5LF, United Kingdom+442072878822Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackMeal service:. All DayAtmosphere:. Relaxed, GourmetRoyal China. Restaurant, Bar, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewRoyal China may be that dreaded phenomenon, a Chinese chain sprawled across London, but its Queensway branch is the original and has been cooking up superb dim sum for over 20 years. In 2012 the restaurant was completely renovated, and its new interior includes a gorgeous Chinese-inspired, hand painted mural.More infoOpen In Google Maps13 Queensway, Bayswater, London, England, W2 4QJ, United Kingdom+442072212535Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackMy Old Place. Restaurant, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewWith two London locations My Old Place – one near Liverpool Street and the other one in Bethnal Green – My Old Place sits not far from the heartland of Indian cuisine, Brick Lane. For survival in such strange territory, this simple Chinese dining establishment prepares an impressive list of authentic dishes that typify authentic, non-western Chinese restaurants. Some of the highlights include spicy oil with pig’s ear, duck’s tongue or chicken gizzard, pig’s tendon with spicy salt, or, for the less adventurous, sweet and sour spare ribs (the reserve of the ever-nervous). Although the atmosphere or service may not impress, the food more than makes up for it, with some arguing that the abrupt service is an integral part of the experience.More infoOpen In Google Maps88-90 Middlesex Street, Spitalfields, London, England, E1 7EZ, United Kingdom+442072472200Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackThe Good Earth. Restaurant, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewThe Good Earth has been offering excellent Chinese food within stylish yet informal surroundings for over three decades. The Wandsworth Common branch has been designed to have a contemporary interior inspired by art deco, and sits somewhere between a traditional Chinese restaurant and Nuevo Shanghai chic.More infoOpen In Google Maps11 Bellevue Road, London, England, SW17 7EG, United Kingdom+442086829230Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackMeal service:. Lunch, DinnerAtmosphere:. RelaxedPhoenix Palace. Restaurant, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewPhoenix Palace serves more than 300 dishes across eight menus. A much-loved spot popular with locals, tourists and foodies, the authentic cuisine at Phoenix Palace is served against an elegant backdrop. Traditional artisan woodcarvings and antique Chinese furnishings are prevalent throughout, making for a refined atmosphere.More infoOpen In Google Maps5 Glentworth Street, Marylebone, London, England, NW1 5PG, United Kingdom+442074863515Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackPlum Valley. Market, Restaurant, ChineseFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewChinese New Year London | © Paul/FlickrPlum Valley is a stand-out restaurant in the heart of London’s Chinatown. While it’s fair to say that many restaurants in Chinatown cater to the cheaper end of the market, Plum Valley is a fine dining establishment, serving the very best in Cantonese cuisine. The interior of the restaurant is decorated in a tasteful Shanghai chic style, with dark surfaces and chairs posited against the fine white porcelain that the food is served on.More infoOpen In Google Maps20 Gerrard Street, London, England, W1D 6JQ, United Kingdom+442074944366Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackHakkasan Restaurant, Mayfair. Restaurant, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewHakkasan in Mayfair is a Michelin starred hideaway that exhibits some of the world’s best oriental and Chinese cuisine. This Mayfair restaurant insists that guests dress smart-casual and its own interior décor is all about industrial chic. Dishes aren’t cheap, but with food this good that shouldn’t be a surprise.More infoOpen In Google Maps17 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, England, W1J 6QB, United Kingdom+442079071888Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackMeal service:. Lunch, DinnerAtmosphere:. Michelin-Starred, StylishHunan London. Restaurant, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewHunan London offers tapas-sized Chinese dishes, which are served in quick succession, to provide diners with a memorable dining experience. Diners simply tell the chef what food they do and do not eat, as well as how spicy they like their food to be.More infoOpen In Google Maps51 Pimlico Road, Belgravia, London, England, SW1W 8NE, United Kingdom+442077305712Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackMr Chow. Restaurant, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewMr Chow is celebrated for serving great Chinese food in a family-style setting. Knightsbridge is host to the first-ever Mr Chow restaurant, which opened on Valentine’s day in 1968. The interior is all dark wood, tiled floors and low level lighting. As well as fine dining interpretations of typical Chinese dishes, both Mandarin and Cantonese, Mr Chow also offers a dining experience for guests.More infoOpen In Google Maps151 Knightsbridge, Knightsbridge, London, England, SW1X 7PA, United Kingdom+442075897347Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackYauatcha. Restaurant, Tea Room, Dessert Shop, Asian, Dim Sum, Chinese, $$$FacebookEmailTwitterPinterestCopy linkShareMap ViewYauatcha, London | © Kai Hendry/ FlickrBook NowBuried in the heart of Soho and only a stone’s throw away from Chinatown, Yauatcha is of a very different class to many of the establishments in the surrounding area. A light and breezy restaurant, Yauatcha allows guests to enjoy a gentle atmosphere as they dine on beautifully assembled Chinese main and dim sum dishes. More infoOpen In Google Maps15-17 Broadwick Street, Soho, London, England, W1F 0DL, United Kingdom+442074948888Visit WebsiteGive us feedbackGive us feedbackCookies Policy. We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click "OK"OK
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TitleLondon's Best Chinese Restaurants
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DescriptionLondon's best Chinese restaurants: Dim sum, Peking duck, Szechuan Chinese - where to find London's best MSG-free Chinese food for Chinese New Year, from So
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BodyLondon’s Best Chinese Restaurants Victoria Purcell on 18th January 2020 Tagged Kensington Knightsbridge London Bridge North London Soho Facebook Twitter Pinterest Looking for London’s best Chinese food? Whether you’re craving Cantonese, seeking Szechuan or desperate for dim sum, you’re in the right place…   Lead image: Hutong celebrates Chinese New Year 1 Hutong, London Bridge Found high up on level 33 of London landmark, The Shard, a trip to Hutong is always a treat. Moody lighting, an indoor tree and Chinese lanterns set the scene for a veritable feast of beautifully cooked – and tableside-shredded – Peking duck. The restaurant serves diverse cuisine from Northern China (based on the ‘Lu school’ cuisine of Shandong Province), mirroring its sister restaurant in Hong Kong. Look out for special menus celebrating Chinese New Year and the Mid-Autumn Festival. Level 33, London Bridge Street, Southwark SE1 9SG; hutong.com 2 Yauatcha, Soho & the City Michelin-starred Yauatcha, another standout offering by Alan Yau (the name behind Hakkasan), serves up killer Cantonese dim sum in a cool, contemporary teahouse-esque environment. Try the pork and prawn shui mai, crispy aromatic duck, truffle pork belly rib and spicy steamed seabass with pickled chilli – you won;t be sorry. Oh, and the desserts are to die for too, combining Asian ingredients with European patisserie techniques. 15-17 Broadwick Street, Soho W1F 0DL; yauatcha.com 3 Imperial Treasure, St James’s Imperial Treasure – one of Asia’s most admired Michelin-starred Chinese restaurants – opened in London’s Waterloo Place in December 2018. Known for roasting its Peking duck to perfection, Imperial Treasure serves the most authentic iteration of the iconic dish, expertly carving perfectly crisp duck tableside. The menu champions high-end authentic Chinese specialties, including barbecued meats, grilled silver cod, baked crab and exceptional dim sum. 9-10 Waterloo Place, St James’s SW1Y 4BE; imperialtreasure.com The impressive Hutong at The ShardImperial Treasure hopes to repeat the Michelin starred success it has enjoyed in AsiaYauatcha’s Yum Cha Brunch is great value for such a slick City hangout 4 Duddell’s, London Bridge The first international outpost of the celebrated Hong Kong brand, Duddell’s in London Bridge showcases modern interpretations of iconic Cantonese dishes using only the freshest, premium ingredients. The dim sum is delicate and decadent, and the decor is divine – a restored Queen Anne-style church sensitively renovated to resemble a traditional 60s Hong Kong tea restaurant with a splash of the contemporary. Check out the Lunar New Year menu, available from 1-13 February, here. 9a St Thomas Street, London Bridge SE1 9RY; duddells.co 5 Royal China, Baker Street The Royal China, which has various locations across London, is always a safe pair of hands when it comes to good Chinese food, but there’s always been something special about the Baker Street branch. The iconic, 12-year-old restaurant, reopened on 9 August 2018 following a huge refurb by Stiff and Trevillion. Head Chef Billy Wong skillfully blends authentic Chinese dishes with European ingredients, creating the likes of Roast Whole Suckling Pig, Wild Scottish Lobster and Barbecued Peking Duck, as well as freshly made dim sum from noon till 4.30pm. 38-42 Baker Street W1U 7AJ; theroyalchina.co.uk 6 Min Jiang at The Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington The award-winning Min Jiang is located on the 10th floor of The Royal Garden Hotel, overlooking the beautiful Kensington Gardens. The restaurant serves up dim sum, soup, seafood and the works, but it is famed for its Peking duck, cooked to perfection in a wood-fired oven following ancient Chinese traditions. Presented in two servings, you can enjoy the first serving inside homemade pancakes with sweet sauce, leek and cucumber, followed by a choice of second serving such as salted vegetable soup with duck and tofu, or fried noodles with sliced duck. 2-24 Kensington High Street W8 4PT; minjiang.co.uk    Min Jiang specialises in Peking duckThe decor at Duddell’s is a divine as its dim sumRoyal China, Baker Street, is iconic 7 Le Chinois, Knightsbridge Le Chinois Restaurant and Bar offers award-winning modern Cantonese cuisine. Executive Head Chef Anthony Kong earned the restaurant Two AA Rosettes with his innovative menu that regularly features new dishes. Try the likes of whole lobster with Malaysian golden spicy sauce, baked cod fillet with champagne sauce, sautéed Wagyu rib eye in red wine and black pepper sauce, and Peking duck with prawns coated in wasabi mayo. Check out the Chinese New Year menu here. 17 Sloane Street, Knightsbridge SW1X 9NU; lechinoisrestaurant.co.uk 8 Bugis Street Brasserie, Kensington Bugis Street Brasserie serves a range of Asian cuisine with Singaporean, Malaysian, Cantonese and Szechuan specialities, although it is predominately Singaporean. Located in a quiet corner of South Kensington, the restaurant serves up a great laksa, as well as soft shell crab, dim sum and a Sunday buffet lunch with a focus on Singaporean street-food. Celebrating Chinese New Year? Check out the celebratory menu, served from 4-16 February, here. Copthorne Tara Hotel, Scarsdale Place Kensington W8 5SR; bugis-street-brasserie.com 9 Shu Xiangge, Chinatown Shu Xiangge on Gerrard Street specialises in the iconic Mongol-Chinese hotpot – a bubbling broth in which you cook your own ingredients. The soup is made as authentically as possible, using seasonings and utensils imported from the Szechuan province. Choose from meat and vegetable-based broths (the signature fragrant and spicy beef fat oil broth, made with 12 different spices, is quite something), as well as dipping ingredients like finely sliced beef, premium Wagyu, fish, tofu and mushroom. 10 Gerrard Street, Soho W1D 5PW; chinatown.co.uk Enjoy a traditional Szechuan hotpot at Shu Xiangge 10 BaoziInn, Chinatown, London Bridge & Soho BaoziInn is famed for its colourful all-day Cantonese dim sum with Hunan and Sichuan influences, dan dan noodles and delicious dumplings, skewers and buns. BaoziInn London Bridge is the newest and largest of the three branches, and the menu focuses on a delectable range of Cantonese roast meats with a fiery kick, revolving around a range of regional Northern Chinese street food using only the finest ingredients offering hearty, comforting, affordable, yet adventurous dishes such as Chef’s special recipe barbeque roast duck, crispy roast pork belly and caramelised barbecue roast pork. The roast duck is smoked with cherry wood, and the wonton noodles are flown in specially from Yuen Long, Hong Kong. 34-36 Southwark Street, London Bridge SE1 1TU; baoziinn.com 11 Wun’s Tea Room, Soho Wun’s Tea Room, a restaurant and bar capturing the spirit of 1960s late night Hong Kong, opened last summer. Launched by husband and wife team Z He and Alex Peffly, the duo behind Soho’s Cantonese steamed bun specialists Bun House, and the Jian Bing trading stall Pleasant Lady, the two-storey lends itself to daytime drop-ins on the ground floor, while the basement more resembles an opulent drinking den. The menu features nostalgic Cantonese dishes from Z’s childhood, including an indulgent XO bone marrow with fried mantau, and clay pot rice dishes of house soy braised aubergine rice and Iberico char siu rice. Sweets will include Hong Kong egg tarts, Osmanthus goji ice cream and Childhood fried milk. 23 Greek Street, Soho W1D 4DZ; tearoom.bar 12 P.F. Chang’s Asian Table, Covent Garden P.F. Chang’s Asian Table fuses the bold flavours of Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine. The menus combine signature favourites with a selection of seasonal specials, including starters of handmade lobster and shrimp spring rolls, and Gua Bao Buns filled with pulled beef short rib and served with pickled cabbage, and mains like a heaped bowl of rich Mongolian beef or grilled lemongrass lamb chops marinated for 24 hours in soy, lemongrass and sesame oil. For the sweet lovers, P.F. Chang’s Pastry Lab offers desserts made exclusively by pastry chef Helen Clark, including the signature chocolate fondant. 10 Great Newport Street WC2H 7JA; pfchangs.co.uk 13 Bang Bang Oriental Foodhall, Colindale London’s largest Asian foodhall, Bang Bang Oriental encompasses a food court, restaurant and community space. The restaurant, The Golden Dragon, is a modern, stylish restaurant offering classic Chinese cuisine in an elegant setting. The menu offers up dim sum and hot pot specialities served on ceramic heating panels to keep everything piping hot and delicious. It’s sister restaurant, The Golden Dragon in Chinatown, is one of the most popular Cantonese & Peking restaurants in Soho. 399 Edgware Road NW9 0FH; bangbangoriental.com The food is a labour of love at Wun’s Tea Room, based on founder Z He’s favourite foods and childhood memoriesBang Bang Oriental has an Asian foodhall and Chinese restaurant Baozilnn opened its flagship restaurant in London Bridge last summer Read more. 16 of the Best Indian Restaurants in LondonLondon’s Best Valentine’s Day Menus & Romantic RestaurantsLondon’s Tastiest Dishes RevealedLONDON’S 14 BEST HOTEL RESTAURANTS Facebook Twitter Pinterest Facebook Twitter Pinterest Trending. 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Orient London
Chew Fun
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Tofu Vegan
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Dumpling Shack
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P. F. Chang’s
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Lucky & Joy
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Mandarin Kitchen is a classic, big round table, big lazy susan, kind of Chinese restaurant in Queensway that’s the birthplace of lobster noodles. By Jake Missing on October 12, 2021 Mandarin Kitchen Paddington ££££ LDN Review:. The Red Duck. LDN Review:. The Red Duck. A neighbourhood restaurant in Balham, The Red Duck is a cool and casual spot that you’ll use time and time again. By Heidi Lauth Beasley on September 29, 2021 The Red Duck Balham ££££ LDN Review:. Dim Sum & Duck. LDN Review:. Dim Sum & Duck. Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite. By Jake Missing on September 23, 2021 Dim Sum & Duck Kings Cross ££££ LDN Review:. Pearl Liang. LDN Review:. Pearl Liang. Pearl Liang is a classic Cantonese restaurant on Paddington Basin with with an extremely good dim sum deal. By Jake Missing on August 19, 2021 Pearl Liang Paddington ££££ LDN Review:. Yi-Ban. LDN Review:. Yi-Ban. Yi-Ban is a big, round table, lazy susan kind of Cantonese restaurant serving solid dim sum with a delightful view of London City Airport. By Jake Missing on August 19, 2021 Yi-Ban Docklands ££££ LDN Review:. Orient London. LDN Review:. Orient London. Orient is a classic Cantonese restaurant on Wardour Street with a dim sum menu (and cheung fun) that you should definitely seek out. By Jake Missing on August 19, 2021 Orient London Chinatown ££££ LDN Review:. Chew Fun. LDN Review:. Chew Fun. Chew Fun is a Guilin fun noodle specialist making heart bowls of rice noodles perfect solo diners and big groups alike. By Jake Missing on August 17, 2021 Chew Fun Spitalfields ££££ LDN Review:. Tofu Vegan. LDN Review:. Tofu Vegan. Tofu Vegan is a big and bustling Chinese vegan restaurant on Upper Street making excellent homemade tofu alongside mock meats, dim sum, and more. By Jake Missing on July 26, 2021 Tofu Vegan Islington ££££ LDN Review:. Dumpling Shack. LDN Review:. Dumpling Shack. Dumpling Shack is best known for it’s sheng jian bao soup dumplings and, once you try them, you’ll realise why - just don’t skip their chilli oil. By Jake Missing on June 24, 2021 Dumpling Shack Spitalfields ££££ LDN Review:. Fen Noodles. LDN Review:. Fen Noodles. Fen Noodles is a hand-pulled noodle spot in Spitalfields making some of the chewiest, bounciest, and most downright delicious noodles in London. By Jake Missing on January 20, 2021 Fen Noodles Spitalfields ££££ LDN Review:. P. F. Chang’s. LDN Review:. P. F. Chang’s. PF Changs is a Chinese restaurant in Covent Garden serving big portions in a spacious dining room. By Rianne Shlebak on August 20, 2020 P. F. Chang’s Covent Garden ££££ LDN Review:. Four Seasons Hotel London At Ten Trinity Square. LDN Review:. Four Seasons Hotel London At Ten Trinity …. Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square is a 5-star hotel in near The Tower of London in the City. By Rianne Shlebak on March 3, 2020 Four Seasons Hotel London At Ten Trinity Square City ££££ LDN Review:. Murger Hanhan. LDN Review:. Murger Hanhan. Murger Hanhan is a very useful Mayfair restaurant serving excellent and inexpensive Xi’an specialties like biang biang noodles and murger. By Oliver Feldman on February 11, 2020 Murger Hanhan Mayfair ££££ LDN Review:. Lucky & Joy. LDN Review:. Lucky & Joy. Lucky and Joy is a fun and flavourful Chinese-influenced restaurant in Clapton that feels like a night out, with added sesame noodles. By Jake Missing on January 28, 2020 Lucky & Joy Clapton ££££ LDN Review:. Bento Ramen. LDN Review:. Bento Ramen. Bento Ramen is a multi-talented Japanese restaurant in Camden. It’s a quick-fire, go-go-go kind of place that will have you seated and fed fast. By Heidi Lauth Beasley on December 18, 2019 Bento Ramen Camden ££££ LDN Review:. My Neighbours The Dumplings. LDN Review:. My Neighbours The Dumplings. MNTD’s second spot is near Victoria Park. It’s walk-in only, it’s great for a casual meal, and you should only be thinking about the dumplings. By Jake Missing on December 16, 2019 My Neighbours The Dumplings Hackney ££££ More... Find Restaurants You'll need a better browser for that! Upgrade to Chrome and start finding Restaurants. We use cookies to personalize content and advertisements, provide social media features, and analyze traffic to our site and apps. We may share information about your use of our site with our advertising and analytics partners. Read our Privacy Policy for more information. Accept Cookies
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TitleBest Chinese Fine Dining Restaurant For Dim Sum In London
Urlhttps://www.imperialtreasure.com/uk/
DescriptionAwarded in the Michelin Guide 2021, we are the best fine dining Chinese restaurant in London serving Dim Sum & other authentic Chinese dishes. Read more here
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H1Best Chinese Fine Dining Restaurant for Dim Sum In London
H2Michelin Guide Singapore 2021
Michelin Guide Guangzhou 2021
Michelin Guide Shanghai 2022
Michelin Guide Shanghai 2021
Michelin Guide London 2020
Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2019
Set Lunch Menus
New Cocktail Menu Launch
Kweichow Maotaizhen Baijiu
A choice of three 2nd Course Peking Duck Dishes
Fine Dining
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Michelin Guide Guangzhou 2021
Michelin Guide Shanghai 2022
Michelin Guide Shanghai 2021
Michelin Guide London 2020
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BodyBest Chinese Fine Dining Restaurant for Dim Sum In London Known to be one of the best Chinese fine dining restaurants available in London, Imperial Treasure is an award-winning Chinese restaurant that serves the finest and most authentic iteration of Dim Sum, Peking Duck and a vast array of authentic Chinese delicacies. Michelin Guide Singapore 2021. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (ION Orchard) has been awarded one-Michelin star in the recent Michelin Guide Singapore 2021. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to our supporters. Thank you for your continuous support! read more Michelin Guide Guangzhou 2021. We are pleased to announce that Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine has been awarded 1-Michelin Star in the recent Michelin Guide Guangzhou 2021. We extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to our supporters. Thank you for your continuous support!t! read more Michelin Guide Shanghai 2022. We are pleased to announce that Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine has been awarded Michelin 2-Star Restaurant in the recent Michelin Guide Shanghai 2022. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to our supporters. Thank you for your continuous support. read more Michelin Guide Shanghai 2021. We are pleased to announce that Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine has been awarded Michelin 2-Star Restaurant  in the Michelin Guide Shanghai 2021. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to our supporters. Thank you for your continuous support. read more Michelin Guide London 2020. We are pleased to announce that Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine London is part of the 2020 edition of the Michelin Guide, awarded with a Michelin Plate! read more Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2019. We are pleased to announce that last night, Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine won the ‘UK Luxury’ Category at Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2019 with Studio Liaigre!  read more Set Lunch Menus. We are thrilled to introduce three weekday set lunch menus. read more New Cocktail Menu Launch. We are very excited about the release of our new drink menu featuring our Asian-inspired, signature cocktails. read more Kweichow Maotaizhen Baijiu. Kweichow Maotaizhen 3 & 9 Year Old Baijiu are now available at Imperial Treasure.  read more A choice of three 2nd Course Peking Duck Dishes . We are delighted to introduce a choice of three 2nd course Peking Duck dishes. *A minimum of 24-hours advanced booking is required. read more Fine Dining. Premium Casual. Casual & Others. Please complete and submit your feedback below.We will get back to you in 3-5 working days. Options Enquiry Feedback Newsletter Subscription Home About Restaurant/Menu Happenings Contact Us Reservation Privacy Policy × Subscriptions.
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Result 30
TitleBest Chinese Restaurants in London
Urlhttps://www.goldentours.com/travelblog/best-chinese-restaurants-london
DescriptionLondon is a multicultural dream when it comes to food. We've narrowed down the best Chinese restaurants in London in honour of Chinese New Year
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H1Top 5 Chinese Restaurants in London
H2Happy Year of the Rat!
H3Ma La Sichuan, Westminster
Silk Road, Camberwell
Sushi Show, Angel
Tai Won Mein, Greenwich
Oriental Canteen, South Kensington
H2WithAnchorsHappy Year of the Rat!
BodyTop 5 Chinese Restaurants in London Multiculturalism is one of London’s biggest strengths. Very few cities can boast the plethora of nationalities that fill the streets of London, and there are numerous advantages to this, one being food. This time, we’re talking Chinese food. Ma La Sichuan, Westminster. Westminster is a bit of a no-man’s-land when it comes to actual restaurants, with millions of lunchtime chains taking up most of the space. If your facing Westminster Abbey, take a right down Great Smith Street (passed the famous Cinnamon Club), and on Great Peter Street you’ll find Ma La Sichuan. Don’t let its location or shiny interior put you off, Ma La Sichuan is affordable and delicious, with great service. The flavours at this restaurant are incredible, bringing togetger smoky chilli, garlic and pepper to showcase the best of Sichuan cuisine. Be prepared for intense flavours and mouth-numbing chillies. Nearest Tube: St. James’s Park Sichuan Cuisine Silk Road, Camberwell. You may have heard of the Xinjiang area of China in the news recently as tensions rise between the Chinese government and the Muslim Uyghur population that have inhabited the area since the 9th century. The area us unique in its cuisine with both Chinese and Turkish influences, and its popularity is rising the West. Silk Road is an unassuming yet always busy restaurant in Camberwell. Lamb features heavily on the menu, with cumin rubbed lamb kebabs for £1 a skewer or the sharing big plate chicken, a Xinjiang classic homemade belt noodles, chicken on the bone, potatoes and chilli. Don’t compare this with classic Chinese cuisine, this is Uyghur. Nearest Tube: Denmark Hill Rail Station Lamb and cumin kebabs Sushi Show, Angel. Tucked away down the charming Camden Passage in Angel, Sushi Show is fresh, no frills sushi. Not Chinese, I know, but this place is well worth a mention. Grab something to takeaway, or sit down and fill out what you want on the form, and they’ll make it and bring it over. Get five pieces of sea bass sashimi for £6.50 or five pieces of soft shell crab sushi for £6.80. If it’s something more substantial you’re looking for you can pick up a salmon and roe donburi or go all out and order a platter for up to £19. There are usually some pretty interesting daily specials too. Nearest Tube: Angel Sushi Show Tai Won Mein, Greenwich . A longstanding classic London noodle house, the food at Tai Won Mein is cheap, fast and massive. Rammed full of Asian students and locals and tourists alike, expect to see all the classic western favourites on the vast menu; ribs in black bean sauce, fried noodles with roast duck, spring rolls and satay skewers. Portions are genuinely huge here so be careful not to over order, or just take it away for later. Minutes from the Cutty Sark, this restaurant, where roast duck is a side dish and you can order an ambiguous ‘Chinese beer’, will leave you stuffed and satisfied and in the mood for brisk walk through the beautiful Greenwich park. Nearest Tube: Cutty Sark DLR Large portions at Tai Won Mein Oriental Canteen, South Kensington. Malaysian Chinese food is some of the most exciting, and this historic London institution has some of the best in London. You’re seconds away from the museum district so this is the perfect place to go before you tackle centuries of natural history, science or fashion. Squeeze in to the tiny space and take your time perusing the extensive menu, where almost everything is between £4 and £7. Cans of Tiger beer are about £2.50 and the best food to be found is on the specials menu, a handwritten scrap of paper. Try the pork. Nearest Tube: South Kensington Oriental Canteen Happy Year of the Rat! Related Posts Winter Is Coming As The Clocks Go Back Again A Small Setback One hour. 60 minutes. 3600 seconds. That’s… Why You Should Take a Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour in London There's no better way to discover the best of a… Incredible Places You Didn’t Know Exist – Part Two There are just too many places we wanted to add…
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Result 31
TitleThe 10 Best Chinese Restaurant in London for January 2022
Urlhttps://www.zomato.com/london/best-chinese-restaurants
DescriptionBest Chinese Restaurant in London · Bao · HKK · Pearl Liang · Silk Road · Blue Ginger Bar & Restaurant · Kai Mayfair · Gold Mine · Min Jiang - Royal Garden Hotel.
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