Feast for a King
The Coronation of His Majesty The King will be the first Coronation to take place in 70 years! Whether you’re celebrating at home or joining the crowds in London, it’s simply the perfect opportunity to enjoy a grand feast.
To mark the royal occasion, we asked different restaurants in Chinatown to pick the top dishes on their menus that they would serve to the King if he was to visit.…and you’re in for a real, regal feast over the Coronation weekend with these delicious dishes in Chinatown London.
Could the King handle the heat of Lan Zhou beef noodles in spicy chilli oil or would he keep it tame with spring onion noodles? Both are strong competitors! Best enjoyed with the addition of sliced beef shank marinated in chilli oil and topped with crunchy peanuts and fresh spring onion.
Kung Fu Noodle, 64 Shaftesbury Ave
The King must try it all at Plum Valley. From crispy honey pepper pork ribs and king prawns with garlic and basil to rainbow dim sum platters and prawn dumplings. A spread, truly fit for a King.
Plum Valley, 20 Gerrard St
Spicy and fragrant melt-in-the-mouth beef rendang is a dish worthy of royalty, best served with a side of fluffy jasmine rice. Rasa Sayang would also serve their signature dish, Nasi Lemak, a traditional Malaysian dish that is significant in Malaysian culture.
Rasa Sayang, 5 Macclesfield St
A feast for the King of course has to include a whole fish – symbolising surplus and prosperity in Chinese culture.
Succulent pork belly covered in a thick soy sauce also has to be on the table when ordering from New China paired with green beans with minced pork and chopped chilies, the perfect flavour combination.
New China, 48 Gerrard St
A feast from Wing Wing would be all wrong without a selection of fried chicken and seafood. Wing Wing’s ultimate party bundle contains all the good stuff, featuring addictively crispy Korean fried chicken, calamari and prawns paired with fries and kimchi coleslaw.
Wing Wing, 47-49 Charing Cross Road
What would you serve to the King? Join in the conversation on Instagram and TikTok, tagging @chinatownlondon and using the hashtag #FeastForAKing.< Go Back To Discover