Find & experience authentic East Asian cuisine in the very heart of London...
Traditional Taiwanese teas with a fresh n’ fruity injection, Shaftesbury Avenue’s YiFang brings heritage brews into the 21st century.
Crisp macarons meet luscious ice cream to create the ultimate sugary-sweet sandwich. Yolkin is the Instagram dessert sensation taking Chinatown by storm, one scoop at a time.
The legendary Chinese dessert chain’s debut European outpost, Guo C 100 in Chinatown London serves up fruity-fresh Asian puddings including ice cream made from the infamous durian fruit.
Ultra-trendy with crazy colour changing drinks and indulgent, fruit-filled crepes, RORO is a must-visit dessert emporium in Chinatown London
Get your chopsticks ready and delve into flavours, textures and tastes from China and beyond...
Did you know Chinatown London is home to an incredible array of dessert parlours that serve pretty-as-a-picture puds? Here's our Easter round-up.
Did you know Chinatown London has an ever-growing array of sophisticated eateries serving ultra-refined cuisine? Prepare to expand your culinary horizons and discover where to experience fine dining in Chinatown
Iconic chef, author and broadcaster, Ken Home OBE shares this must-cook recipe for his perfectly plump Pork & Prawn Dumplings.
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.
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Meet the maverick behind some of Chinatown London’s most inventive, experimental dim sum; Plum Valley’s head dim sum chef, A-Zhong.
From devastatingly good dim sum to historic buildings and picturesque parks, our essential itinerary whisks you round all Guangzhou’s unmissable highlights.
Fiendishly complex but fantastically fun, we give you the low-down on Mahjong, the classic Chinese board game.
Meet Bubblewrap’s Sunny Wu. The woman who’s revolutionised a Chinese street food staple, creating a cult dessert in the process.