Type: Lunch Spot
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.
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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.
A perfect marriage between old and new, this delicious eatery is a true celebration of Malaysia and Singapore’s vibrant street food culture.
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.
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.
A wildly popular Japanese eatery, Chinatown’s Misato combines awesome value for money with real-deal cuisine.
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.