All your favourite Cantonese dishes, and then some, are served with love at Chinatown’s Joy King Lau.
A hop, skip and jump from Leicester Square, Lisle Street’s Tao Tao Ju offers a refined Cantonese and Sichuanese dining experience.
London Chinatown Restaurant has been cooking up a storm on Gerrard Street for over thirty-five years.
A unique restaurant in Chinatown, serving up a well-balanced double whammy of Japanese and Korean cuisine.
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.
Plentiful set meals, dim sum and traditional Asian drinks make Gerrard’s Corner an attractive spot in Chinatown.
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.
You can’t miss Chinatown’s Lotus Garden, shaped like a traditional Chinese pagoda, the grand restaurant has a large Cantonese and Pekinese menu.
Royal Dragon is Chinatown’s ultimate late night, foodie-karaoke experience that keeps you singing it back for more.
A perfect marriage between old and new, this delicious eatery is a true celebration of Malaysia and Singapore’s vibrant street food culture.
Giant bubbling cauldrons of flavoursome Cantonese goodness. It’s all about the Hot Pot at Chinatown’s Little Four Seasons.
For first-rate authentic Chinese stew, Chinatown’s Little Lamb (not to be confused with Mary’s) is the hot pot hotspot.
A hit with Chinese, Londoners and celebs alike, Golden Dragon provides dim sum by day and a mixture of Cantonese and Pekinese by night.
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.
From ice cream to curry and sushi to sake, you name it, Shibuya Soho has got every Japanese culinary base covered.
Passion. Great food. And décor that’ll knock your socks off. This fun and modern take on Vietnamese street food is not to be missed.
All the traditional tastes of Taiwan come alive at Rupert Street’s Old Tree Daiwan Bee.
The only Indonesian restaurant in Chinatown serving true-to-its-roots cuisine. Discover the sweet and spicy flavours of Nusa Dua’s mouth-watering dishes.
A wildly popular Japanese eatery, Chinatown’s Misato combines awesome value for money with real-deal cuisine.
Authentic Taiwanese street food in a cosy setting, Leong’s Legend is bringing the outside in. It’s time to pull up a chair.
Lisle Street’s Imperial China is a three-storey banqueting paradise, fit for an emperor. And fully equipped with private-dining karaoke.
Discover the secret behind some of the best dim sum Chinatown has to offer at Feng Shui Inn.
Café TPT brings all the flavours of authentic Chinese and Malaysian street food to Chinatown.
Lusting over Laska? Nuts about Nasi Lemak? Rupert Court’s C&R Café is Chinatown’s best-kept secret for authentic Malaysian cuisine.
Canton’s friendly and good value Chinese BBQ and street food makes for popular, honest fare at one of Chinatown’s oldest restaurants.
Dumplings are the taste of China and, at Beijing Dumpling, good things do come in small packages.
Super cool Sichuan street food and small plates is what Chinatown’s Baozi Inn does best.
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.