Chinese Restaurants in Southwark
1. Baozi Inn Chinese restaurant in Southwark 34-36 Southwark Street - SE1
An “excellent” Chinese menu wins a small but dedicated fan club for Wei Shao’s slightly disparate group of eateries. Most prominent nowadays is its three-storey, 120-cover flagship near Borough Market. There’s also the Chinatown original (no reservations), whose main options include baozi, dumplings, wonton and noodles, and a Soho site serving northern Chinese street food, plus all-day dim sum. (There’s also a stall at Market Halls Victoria).
2. TING British, Modern restaurant in London Bridge Level 35, 31 St Thomas St - SE1
Incredible vistas are a given from the 35th floor of the Shard and this all-day restaurant and lounge doesn’t disappoint with a 360° panorama of the capital. It perennially attracts some criticism for being overpriced, but significant criticism was absent this year and most aspects of the experience are rated good to outstanding. The menu hedges its bets – although predominantly focused on ‘time-honoured Asian cuisine’, there is also a section devoted to ‘classic British gastronomy’ (plus options for breakfast and afternoon tea).
3. Hutong, The Shard Chinese restaurant in London Bridge 31 St Thomas St - SE1
“Stunning views… but overpriced” is the predictable trade-off at this elevated – in both senses – Chinese perch on the 33rd floor of the Shard. “The food is good but not great” while “the location and views are truly amazing” – so a visit can represent “good value for a special occasion”. Perhaps the best tactic is to “stick to the set menus – it gets very expensive beyond them” – and the “fantastic cocktails”.
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