Spend Saturdays with friends at Mei Ume and enjoy 30% off the new brunch menu for a limited time only.
Given how popular they are in China, it's actually a little surprising that London doesn't have more places serving up jian bing. Essentially crispy skin crepes, stuffed with savoury fillings, they're folded and wrapped and designed to be eaten on the go. A quick google showed that there's a hatch on Newport Street doing them, but when Pleasant Lady Jian Bing Trading Stall opens on Greek Street today it doesn't appear to have too much in the way of
London's Chinese restaurants are getting ready to welcome the Year of the Dog. We pick out five of the best dishes for you to try during the Chinese New Year celebrations.
There are 80 ingredients for you to build your ideal hotpot from at this sizable new Chinatown restaurant, from traditional tripe and aorta to Wagyu beef and seafood.
Here's a one-night pop-up that you'll want to get in your diary. Bubbledogs have hosted special events before, but this is the first one that will see both Bubbledogs' Sandia Chang and James Knappett (of the Kitchen Table behind the curtain) in the kitchen together. It's all as a one-night-only Chinese New Year celebration that sees Bubbledogs become Chappett’s
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If you've lived in London long enough to remember the days before pop-ups, when fine dining was French dining and we were all clambering over each other to get past the clipboard nazis at one of Oliver Peyton's gaffs, then the name Poons will have some meaning to you. Back in the day (the day in question being the 70s, 80s and 90s), Bill Poon built up a mini empire of Chinese restaurants across London, even gaining a
Originally hailing from Hong Kong where it's picked up a loyal following, big things are expected from Duddell's in London. We head over to its Grade II listed building to find out what you should expect.
This weekend sees the Chinese Food Festival take over Potters Fields Park by the river for three days of food celebrating London's Chinese food scene. And the line-up's impressive enough to make this a definite date for your diary with 17 old and new restaurants turning up.
Tucked in under the arches at Cambridge Heath is a pop-up inspired by travels around regional China
The huge Bang Bang Oriental food hall has come to Colindale - but what's it really like? We find out...
After a run at the Institute of Light, there's a new spot for Art of Dining's Chinese pop-up. They'll be setting up shop in the arches on Cambridge Heath Road.
Normally she's the one responsible for serving up the wonderful grower champagne at bubbledogs, but for a special one night event Sandia Chang is transforming the hot dog spot with a Chow Chow Chinese takeover.
Chang has come up with a 12 plate feasting menu of her favourite Chinese dishes, paired with a selection of grower Champagnes and sparkling wines. The blowout menu includes Taiwanese salt and pepper fried chicken wings, Potstickers, Scallion pancakes, Hunan
What: The Ugly Dumplings
In a nutshell: Anglo-Chinese dumpling and noodle joint
Summing it all up: Street traders The Ugly Dumplings are opening their first permanent site, taking over the old Little Pitt site off Carnaby Street
Here's good news for anyone in North London who loves decent Chinese Food. Shikumen (who have two branches already in Shepherd’s Bush Green and Ealing) are now opening their third restaurant at the O2 centre on Finchley Road. Expect to find their legendary dumplings on the menu - Fay Maschler called their Xiao Long Bao 'superb' - along with a range of new dishes devised for this opening.
On the robata they'll be grilling dishes like Beef with Crunchy Chilli,
Is Alan Yau's latest restaurant an overblown vanity project or great fun. Or both?
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