Chinese Restaurants in Southwark
1. Baozi Inn Chinese restaurant in Southwark 34-36 Southwark Street - SE1
2021 Review: “Spicy noodles and tasty bao make for a dependable staple for quick eats in Chinatown” at the original Newport Court branch of this growing chain: the brainchild of Wei Shao, who helped popularise Sichuan cuisine with Bar Shu back in the day. A Soho offshoot followed in 2018, and mid-August 2019 saw the launch of a new three-storey, 120-cover, flagship near Borough Market (and there’s also a stall in Market Halls Victoria). The exact offering varies from branch to branch but, in general, meals are “extremely satisfying and reasonably priced”.
2. TING British, Modern restaurant in London Bridge Level 35, 31 St Thomas St - SE1
2021 Review: “The view’s the thing” at this 35th-floor all-day restaurant and lounge in The Shard, with 360-degree vistas over London and the Home Counties – “including from the loos!”. Some reporters also rate the “well-presented and thoughtful menu”, which they say contributes to “a fantastic experience”. Sceptics, though, reckon the “food is so-so, service patronising, the bill eye-watering: strictly for well-heeled tourists!”.
3. Hutong, The Shard Chinese restaurant in London Bridge 31 St Thomas St - SE1
2021 Review: “Fabulous view” – “fittingly sky-high prices”: that’s the familiar trade off on the 33rd floor of the Shard, which nobody would deny is “a truly exceptional location”, but where other aspects of the experience are sharply divisive. There are those who feel “this is a real luxury treat” and who praise its “high-end Chinese dishes”, but a worrying proportion of reports feel the trip is “not really worth the money spent”, and dismiss “pretentious” cooking, “but with an extra-big price tag”.
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