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RECIPE: Ken Hom’s Sichuan Dumplings in Spicy Sauce

Prepare this recipe for piquant pork dumplings in a lively chili sauce at home, exclusively from superstar chef, author and broadcaster, Ken Home OBE.

Calling all students! Get an awesome 25% off at Baiwei

Students: do you want an amazing 25% of your bill at Baiwei? Of course you do! Here’s how to get it.

Xionghuang wine – a deadly Chinese custom

Would you drink a wine that’s been laced with arsenic? The Chinese do every Dragon Boat Festival…

xionghuang wine

10 ways to eat Chicken in Chinatown

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.

Five Asian dishes to warm your belly (and soul) this winter

Bao burger pho & bun

Bean supreme – Chinese dry-fried green beans

Discover what’s delicious about charred Chinese dry-fried green beans. You’ll never look at the little fellas in the same way again.

Fried bean

Mongolian vs Sichuan – who wins the hot pot war?

From horsemen’s helmets to restaurant dinner tables, discover the 1000-year history of the Chinese Hot Pot.

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Shui Zhu Yu – what’s in a name?

Behind its innocuous name, Shui Zhu Yu has a rather punchy surprise.

shui zhu yu

Kung Pao Chicken – The way Sichuan intended

From a region that is known for packing a hot punch, Kung Pao Chicken brings the heat, but only when made the traditional way.

Kung Pao

Why Husband and Wife’s Offal Slices are not what you think

From humble beginnings to world domination, Sichuan Beef in Chilli Sauce has another name like no other. Here’s the story behind it…

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How to make Spicy Chicken Cubes

Simple to make, yet packed with flavour and heat, if you like your Sichuan food authentically spicy, this is the recipe for you.

Tao Tao Ju

A hop, skip and jump from Leicester Square, Lisle Street’s Tao Tao Ju offers a refined Cantonese and Sichuanese dining experience.

taotaoju

Little Lamb

For first-rate authentic Chinese stew, Chinatown’s Little Lamb (not to be confused with Mary’s) is the hot pot hotspot.

小尾羊火锅外部

Four Seasons

文兴酒家烧味

Feng Shui Inn

Discover the secret behind some of the best dim sum Chinatown has to offer at Feng Shui Inn.

风水轩虾饺

Baozi Inn (Newport Court)

Super cool Sichuan street food and small plates is what Chinatown’s Baozi Inn does best.

人民公社大食堂饺子

Baiwei (Little Newport Street)

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.

baiwei