Contemporary Chinese noodle and dumpling restaurant
Iconic chef, author and broadcaster, Ken Home OBE shares this must-cook recipe for his perfectly plump Pork & Prawn Dumplings.
Prepare this recipe for piquant pork dumplings in a lively chili sauce at home, exclusively from superstar chef, author and broadcaster, Ken Home OBE.
From chicken feet to duck tongue, don’t be scared, take the culinary plunge and try these daredevil dishes next time you’re in Chinatown London.
Super tasty, super affordable, Wan Chai Corner’s dim sum is some of the best in Chinatown London. Discover this classic Cantonese restaurant’s many culinary delights.
From fruity bubble tea and marvelous matcha to traditional tips, discover the best places to go for tea in Chinatown London.
Spring has well and truly sprung, and with it, comes these seasonal Asian ingredients, from crunchy bamboo shoots to lively yellow chives.
One of Chinatown London’s runaway success stories, Bubblewrap’s Hong Kong egg waffles have taken the Capital by storm. Here’s why.
A true hidden gem of Chinatown London, Opium is a secret drinking den for discerning sippers that demand magical mixology and a seductive vibe.
Go mental for matcha at TSUJIRI, a 155-year old tea house putting a modern spin on their drool-worthy matcha-infused sundaes and desserts.
Heavenly hot pot, Sichuan style, Shu Xiangge Chinatown serve up beautiful bubbling bowls of the communal dish in elegant surroundings.
On the hunt for delectable dim sum? Make a beeline for these irresistible restaurants.
Healthy, tasty and lovely to look at, the lotus root is one hero ingredient. Cook this simple recipe featuring lotus root stuffed with sticky rice.
When dining at Chinatown London’s Golden Dragon, consider these five uniquely delicious dishes to discover something new.
It’s time to get your hot pot on! The only question is: how spicy is too spicy?
Expand your culinary horizons by trying some unusual regional Chinese dishes you’ve likely never heard of at New China Restaurant.
A Chinese breakfast of champions, discover the jianbing and why it’s one of the country’s most popular street food snacks.
Filled with a sweet surprise, mooncakes are one of China’s most beloved treats for Autumn Festival. Discover how to cook this iconic Chinese bake with our recipe.
In honour of these scrumptious parcels of perfection, there’s a National Dumpling Day. You can seek out the most distinguished dim sum in Chinatown at these restaurants.
Part steamed, part fried these delicious pot-sticker dumplings are both smooth, crispy and stuffed with a flavourful filling.
Look to your horoscope to discover which of Opium’s new Chinese zodiac cocktails you should sample.
How to make your own delicious bubble tea at home
Our five fave fruits to keep you refreshed on a hot July's day
Students: do you want an amazing 25% of your bill at Baiwei? Of course you do! Here’s how to get it.
Would you drink a wine that’s been laced with arsenic? The Chinese do every Dragon Boat Festival…
Discover why Chinatown London isn’t just a meat-lovers paradise as we reveal some of its best vegetarian dishes.
Give your cupboards an exotic upgrade with these unusual Asian ingredients and find out where to sample them in Chinatown London
Find out how to cook this noisy but oh-so delicious Chinese sizzling ginger chicken stir-fry at home
Discover how to incorporate the Chinese yellow chive into your cooking with this simple stir-fry.
Chinatown London has plenty of quirky pancake alternatives to indulge in this Pancake Day
There are an infinite number of ways chicken is prepared and served in Chinatown, here’s ten must-eat dishes and where to sample them.
Welcome a slice of authentic Chinese cuisine into your home with our drool-worthy roast Peking duck recipe.
Discover what’s delicious about charred Chinese dry-fried green beans. You’ll never look at the little fellas in the same way again.
From horsemen’s helmets to restaurant dinner tables, discover the 1000-year history of the Chinese Hot Pot.
Behind its innocuous name, Shui Zhu Yu has a rather punchy surprise.
From a region that is known for packing a hot punch, Kung Pao Chicken brings the heat, but only when made the traditional way.
From humble beginnings to world domination, Sichuan Beef in Chilli Sauce has another name like no other. Here’s the story behind it…
Quick to make, colourful and damn tasty, what’s not to love about Chinese Tomato Egg Stir-fry?
Discover why the Chinese celebrate Dragon Boat Festival with sticky rice treats called zongzi.
Originating from Xinjiang, Yang Rou Chuan (meat skewers) has taken China’s street food markets by storm. Simple to make, here’s how to easily bring the taste of China into your home.
Simple to make, yet packed with flavour and heat, if you like your Sichuan food authentically spicy, this is the recipe for you.
Experience Hong Kong like a local by eating delicate fun breakfast snack Chee Cheong Fun.
Asian street food has become a big deal – and big business – in London, where bun-hungry diners can’t get enough of bao.
Hubble, bubble toil and trouble – why this Taiwanese drink is popping up all over the place.
The imaginative cocktails at Chinatown’s Opium pay homage to Chinese traditions.
Spot phoenix claws on the menu? Discover more about the Chinese chicken feet delicacy and how to eat them like a pro.
Chinese fast food at its finest, pop to Chinese Tapas House for a tasty, quick light bite.
A hop, skip and jump from Leicester Square, Lisle Street’s Tao Tao Ju offers a refined Cantonese and Sichuanese dining experience.
London Chinatown Restaurant has been cooking up a storm on Gerrard Street for over thirty-five years.
Aside from excellent Cantonese cuisine, Wardour Street’s Lido serves up a rather nice little number of global wines.
Delicious fresh bakes and Cantonese cuisine make for a winning combination at Kowloon.
All you can eat for a fixed price, Chinatown’s Hong Kong Buffet is a fast and affordable Chinese food destination.
Expect witty, fine dining-esque takes on Far Eastern dishes at Chinatown’s Haozhan.
A traditional Chinese restaurant in London’s Chinatown, serving authentic Cantonese food on Lisle Street, Gourmet Kitchen has a little bit of everything.
Plentiful set meals, dim sum and traditional Asian drinks make Gerrard’s Corner an attractive spot in Chinatown.
Classic Cantonese and complimentary treats make Lisle Street’s Young Cheng a no-brainer.
Once known as the ‘Rudest Restaurant in London’, Cantonese restaurant Wong Kei has turned over a new leaf and is now an utter delight to visit. With free tea and big portions.
You can’t miss Chinatown’s Lotus Garden, shaped like a traditional Chinese pagoda, the grand restaurant has a large Cantonese and Pekinese menu.
Royal Dragon is Chinatown’s ultimate late night, foodie-karaoke experience that keeps you singing it back for more.
Wonderful Patisserie is a top-notch, bucket-list Chinese patisserie, baking authentic Asian pastries in London’s Chinatown. Yum, yum.
Giant bubbling cauldrons of flavoursome Cantonese goodness. It’s all about the Hot Pot at Chinatown’s Little Four Seasons.
For first-rate authentic Chinese stew, Chinatown’s Little Lamb (not to be confused with Mary’s) is the hot pot hotspot.
A hit with Chinese, Londoners and celebs alike, Golden Dragon provides dim sum by day and a mixture of Cantonese and Pekinese by night.
Small plates – but big on taste – will keep you coming back, again and again, at Four Seasons on Wardour Street. Be sure to come hungry.
Zen is the order of the day in this evolutionary Cantonese restaurant on Gerrard Street, from the décor right through to the dishes.
For seafood and dim sum, Cantonese-style, head to this minimalistic restaurant on Wardour Street where tradition is key to their huge success.
All the traditional tastes of Taiwan come alive at Rupert Street’s Old Tree Daiwan Bee.
Authentic Taiwanese street food in a cosy setting, Leong’s Legend is bringing the outside in. It’s time to pull up a chair.
Lisle Street’s Imperial China is a three-storey banqueting paradise, fit for an emperor. And fully equipped with private-dining karaoke.
Discover the secret behind some of the best dim sum Chinatown has to offer at Feng Shui Inn.
Dumplings’ Legend has done for soup dumplings what Pelé did for football, making this Chinatown restaurant a must-visit.
A full Chinese bakery serving pork buns and sweet treats, with a mesmerising Taiyaki machine creating Japanese red bean cakes.
Café TPT brings all the flavours of authentic Chinese and Malaysian street food to Chinatown.
Canton’s friendly and good value Chinese BBQ and street food makes for popular, honest fare at one of Chinatown’s oldest restaurants.
Dumplings are the taste of China and, at Beijing Dumpling, good things do come in small packages.
Super cool Sichuan street food and small plates is what Chinatown’s Baozi Inn does best.
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Sensational Sichuan, café-style is Baozi Inn (Little Newport Street)'s modus operandi, serving up cracking food at prices that won’t break the bank.
Good Friend Chicken brings Taiwanese night-market food to the heart of Chinatown. And it’s sooooooo good.