Discover these (but controversial) Chinese Winter Solstice treats which spark a nationwide social media war.
On the hunt for delectable dumplings? Make a beeline for these irresistible restaurants.
Meet some of Chinatown London’s most inspirational women who’ve helped shape the area to the diverse destination it is today.
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
Head off on A Journey Through China at Opium’s Peony bar in Chinatown London and sip your way across ten of its cities, from Guangzhou to Guiyang.
Get up close and personal with the sights, sounds, smells and history of Chinatown London with a compelling walking tour courtesy of culture hotspot, China Exchange.
Iconic chef, author and broadcaster, Ken Home OBE shares this must-cook recipe for his perfectly plump Pork & Prawn Dumplings.
Meet the maverick behind some of Chinatown London’s most inventive, experimental dim sum; Plum Valley’s head dim sum chef, A-Zhong.
Prepare this recipe for piquant pork dumplings in a lively chili sauce at home, exclusively from superstar chef, author and broadcaster, Ken Home OBE.
National Dim Sum Week is a seven-day celebration of the legendary East Asian food. A chance to discover they’re so much more than just dumplings in bamboo baskets.
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.
We took to Chinatown’s streets to quiz Londoners on their knowledge of all things dim sum.
Traditional Taiwanese teas with a fresh n’ fruity injection, Shaftesbury Avenue’s YiFang brings heritage brews into the 21st century.
From devastatingly good dim sum to historic buildings and picturesque parks, our essential itinerary whisks you round all Guangzhou’s unmissable highlights.
In honour of the annual Dragon Boat Festival, we unwrap these divine little rice packages to bring you zongzi fun facts.
Join China Exchange for an unmissable evening of dim sum fun with star chefs, delicious delicacies and tasty tips. Book now.
Steamed barbecue pork buns, tender chicken claws and slurp-able soup dumplings. Join us as we go on a culinary tour around Chinatown London’s best places for dim sum.
Fiendishly complex but fantastically fun, we give you the low-down on Mahjong, the classic Chinese board game.
Join award-winning author Shih Chiung-Yu at Guanghwa Bookshop for an evening of literary inspo’ and hot debates.
The inaugural National Dim Sum Week is coming! Discover how you can be part of this tasty East Asian food extravaganza in Chinatown London.
Meet Bubblewrap’s Sunny Wu. The woman who’s revolutionised a Chinese street food staple, creating a cult dessert in the process.
Chinatown London’s going popping mad this National Bubble Tea Day with Cuppacha’s bespoke Earl of Chinatown tea.
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.
Discover the invigorating ancient Chinese practice of Tui Na massage and where to experience it in Chinatown London.
Chinatown London’s restaurants brought the house down at the 2018 Golden Chopsticks Awards. Discover who won what.
From fruity bubble tea and marvelous matcha to traditional tips, discover the best places to go for tea in Chinatown London.
Clean eaters rejoice! These healthy Asian dishes in Chinatown London will nourish both your palette and wellbeing.
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.
Vietnamese. Malaysian. Even Mediterranean! Chinatown London has a super-global outlook when it comes to international cuisine.
From General Tso’s Chicken to chop suey, find out how Chinese dishes were adapted to suit Western palates
Gooey fillings. Madcap toppings. Lip-licking flavours. You can bet your bottom dollar it’s Doughnut Time! A mouthwatering doughnut emporium in Chinatown London.
Cocktails at the top. Beer in the middle. Delectable dining at the bottom: Blue Posts is an elegant, freshly-revived three-story pub in Chinatown London.
Get your home Chinese New Year ready with our guide on how to adorn it with traditional decorations including lanterns and paper cuttings.
From side-splitting kids theatre to entertaining dressing-up, Chinese New Year in London presents endless fun activities for children.
From symbolic traditions to tasty celebratory dishes, discover the compelling history and practices of the incredible Chinese New Year celebrations.
The annual CCTV New Year’s Gala is the biggest global TV event of the year. Learn the history of this astonishing Chinese televisual event.
Sumptuous seafood in a super-stylish setting, Hovarda presents delicious Aegean-inspired cuisine with great cocktails and DJs at weekends.
As Chinese New Year approaches, find out your Chinese Zodiac sign and the unique origins behind it.
Heavenly hot pot, Sichuan style, Shu Xiangge Chinatown serve up beautiful bubbling bowls of the communal dish in elegant surroundings.
Nominate your favourite Chinatown London restaurant for a Golden Chopsticks Award!
Don’t miss Chinatown’s captivating Flamingo Flyway illuminations during Lumiere London light festival.
Chinatown welcomes Lumiere London to its streets with a shimmering display of illuminated flamingos taking flight across the crowds.
Discover Jeff Tan’s story; one of Chinatown’s most prestigious chefs and the man behind Vietnamese hotspot, Viet Food.
Crispy duck and chow mien at Christmas? That’s how Jewish-Americans celebrate. We delve into the history of this compelling culinary custom.
From crispy Cantonese style to drunken beer braised, there’s many different ways you can eat duck in Chinatown London.
When the cold wind doth blow, and London’s streets are covered in snow, retreat to one of these wonderfully cosy Chinatown restaurants and bars.
From steaming bowls of fragrant Vietnamese pho to traditional Chinese winter melon soup, here’s where to get your soup-fix in Chinatown.
Tired of turkey? Sick of stuffing? Head to one of these restaurants in Chinatown London for an alternative Christmas Day dinner.
On the hunt for delectable dim sum? Make a beeline for these irresistible restaurants.
Discover what films, TV shows and songs have featured Chinatown London.
From trendy burger joints to amazing dumpling dispensaries, here’s the best restaurants for kids in Chinatown.
From mouth-numbing Sichuan cuisine to feisty Indonesian fare, here’s five spicy dishes to seek out in Chinatown London.
Treat your taste buds to an outrageous adventure at China Exchange’s Eat What?! An Evening of Unfamiliar Food
Chinatown’s Dumplings’ Legend are bringing their dim sum to Taste of London.
Meet Iris Ma of the cool and contemporary Plum Valley restaurant and discover her husband’s family’s captivating rags-to-riches story.
In search of sensational sushi in London’s West End? Look no further than these brilliant restaurants where you can find some of the Capital’s best.
Get your glaze on at Doughnut Time, Australia’s lip-lickingly good doughnut store. It’s arriving in Chinatown and giving away free doughnuts, to celebrate!
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.
Expand your culinary repertoire by visiting one of these amazing Asian supermarkets next time you visit Chinatown London.
It’s time to get your hot pot on! The only question is: how spicy is too spicy?
From dragon dances and martial arts to live music and family-friendly fun, MOON FEST UK is about to make a big splash in Chinatown London.
For delectable dumplings with a fine dining finesse this autumn, look to Dumplings Legend, who’ve launched a Michelin dumpling in partnership with Pied à Terre.
Discover the weird-and-wonderful legend behind the Chinese celebration, Mid-Autumn Festival.
Expand your culinary horizons by trying some unusual regional Chinese dishes you’ve likely never heard of at New China Restaurant.
Up-scaling Korean BBQ like nowhere else, Olle is a stylish dining destination for delicious, DIY-cooked meats.
Discover the triumphant story behind the magnificent mooncake – one of China’s most important delicacies eaten to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
A Chinese breakfast of champions, discover the jianbing and why it’s one of the country’s most popular street food snacks.
Embrace the cooler weather this autumn and try these fantastically warm and comforting dishes in Chinatown.
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.
From tasty discounts to cool karaoke, discover the best student-friendly spots in Chinatown London.
Chinatown London is gearing up to receive its first Korean BBQ restaurant, Olle, from the founder of Kyoto Soho.
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.
Where to get an authentic taste of Taipei in Chinatown London.
A tiny eatery with an almighty menu, if you’re stuck for what to order at Café TPT in Chinatown, here’s our pick of their best dishes.
With delectable small plate dishes and an awe-inspiring, giant asador grill, Tapas Brindisa is the new go-to spot for sensational Spanish cuisine in Chinatown.
Want to woo your lover this Qixi? Here’s the best ways to steal their heart on Chinese Valentine’s Day in Chinatown London.
Look to your horoscope to discover which of Opium’s new Chinese zodiac cocktails you should sample.
Chinatown London is full of surprises. Discover its hidden secrets here and learn how it offers far more than just fab food.
Head for these items next time you stop by
If you keep up to date with foodie news, you'll definitely have seen these fish-shaped treats getting a lot of love online recently. But taiyaki are by no means a new foodie trend, in fact their history spans over 100 years.
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