Chinese Restaurants in London
. A Wong
Chinese restaurant in Victoria
70 Wilton Rd - SW1
Breathtakingly skilful dim sum a very exciting and intriguing mix of the traditional and innovative win huge esteem for Andrew Wongs jammed-to-the-rafters Pimlico canteen. Its great to eat Chinese with such friendly staff too. Top menu tip duck egg custard buns TO DIE FOR!
. Min Jiang, The Royal Garden Hotel
Chinese restaurant in Kensington
2-24 Kensington High St - W8
Sensational views set the scene at this very plush 8th-floor dining room, bordering Kensington Gardens, which with its fantastically fragrant and subtle Chinese cuisine offers one of the capitals best all-round experiences. Top Menu Tip the absolutely delicious, wood-fired Beijing duck is a must!
. Pearl Liang
Chinese restaurant in Bayswater
8 Sheldon Square - W2
Always excellent dim sum tops the list of genuine Cantonese food at this big basement, tucked-away in Paddington Basin. Service is brisk but attentive, while the room is loud enough to drown out any noise from the kids.
. The Duck & Rice
Chinese restaurant in Soho
90 Berwick St - W1
and I dont even like Chinese food! Wagamama-creator, Alan Yau maybe onto another winning format with his year-old Soho gastropub makeover, which combines stylish decor, good-quality Chinese classics, plus dim sum and amazing bao buns.
. Er Mei
Chinese restaurant in Chinatown
6 Lisle St - WC2
2015 Review: A great find; theres no compromise on the challenging and wonderfully spicy cooking at this proper Sichuanese newcomer, on the former Chinatown site of the Empress of Sichuan (RIP); service is not what youd expect its completely charming!
. Park Chinois
Chinese restaurant in Mayfair
17 Berkeley St - W1
A night out in 1920s Shanghai, with live music and dancing is the aim at Alan Yaus barmily opulent Mayfair newcomer (on the site that was Automat, RIP). Service is amazing, but the luxurious cuisine (Peking Duck, caviar, dim sum) is bone-crunchingly expensive yet nothing spectacular.
. Hutong, The Shard
Chinese restaurant in London Bridge
31 St Thomas St - SE1
Exceptional vistas from the 33rd floor help create a gorgeous and very romantic ambience at this sister to the world-famous Hutong in HK. Seemingly the view doubles the price (astronomical!) for the Chinese cuisine, although on most accounts its pretty good too. Less so the so-so service.
Chinese restaurant in Soho
Broadwick Hs, 15-17 Broadwick St - W1
A happy combo of exquisite dim sum and glamorous settings creates massive popularity for these staple but still on-trend pan-Asians. Fans of the Soho original dispute the virtues of the basement (dark and clubby) and the ground floor (lovely openness), while the bright and light branch above Broadgate Circle is proving a great addition to the CIty.
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London British, Modern £59
Just off Regent Street, a handy brasserie-style operation serving thoroughly competent but rather unremarkable dishes at prices seemingly inflated by association with proprietor Gordon Ramsay.... More
London British, Modern £47
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