Speciality: BBQ & Roast
All your favourite Cantonese dishes, and then some, are served with love at Chinatown’s Joy King Lau.
Chinatown’s Joy Luck serves up heavenly hot pot and oodles of regional noodle variations.
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.
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.
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.
Open till the early hours, Old Town 97 serves up pan-Asian cuisine 7 days a week. Come on down…
You can’t miss Chinatown’s Lotus Garden, shaped like a traditional Chinese pagoda, the grand restaurant has a large Cantonese and Pekinese menu.
Giant bubbling cauldrons of flavoursome Cantonese goodness. It’s all about the Hot Pot at Chinatown’s Little Four Seasons.
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.
Dumplings’ Legend has done for soup dumplings what Pelé did for football, making this Chinatown restaurant a must-visit.
Canton’s friendly and good value Chinese BBQ and street food makes for popular, honest fare at one of Chinatown’s oldest restaurants.