Andrew Wong is following up the eponymous A Wong in Victoria with Kym's, a restaurant at Bloomberg Arcade that takes the cuisines of Chinatown as its inspiration. We head down for a look.
Imperial Treasure restaurants have been winning Michelin stars and more awards across Asia and now they're opening in London. Expect a Chinese fine dining experience in a luxe restaurant.
When it first opened on Islington's Upper Street, Chinese Laundry quickly developed a fan base. Giles Coren loved it, saying in the Times; " they have done exactly what hipsters do, and they have done it brilliantly. So welcome to Chinese Laundry – Britain’s first Chinese Hipster Restaurant". And Olive magazine dubbed it "Quirky, fun and super-friendly".
But when fire damaged the building and then squatters moved in, it was all
With their Pac Man dumplings, the New York Red Farm became a huge hit. But there's much more to the restaurant than that - and we went along to their new Covent Garden location to see what they can cook up.
Taking over the space left by Canal 125 is this large Chinese restaurant with a menu full of authentic Chinese dishes.
The latest of London's classic restaurants to get a big overhaul is The Royal China Club. It's been part of Baker Street for 12 years and now they're just coming out of a big revamp, during which they've taken over the building next door too.
That next-door takeover now means that they've grown to twice the size - fitting in 180 people. Most of those extra spaces come from the brand new private dining rooms. And they haven't held back on that
It sure is festival season, isn’t it? (And we don’t just mean Boomtown, Wilderness et al.)
We’d only just gotten over WingFest, before starting to gear up for
East London's popular vegan Chinese restaurant Mao Chow broke the hearts of plant eaters across town when its last pop-up at Pamela finished. But now owner Julian Denis whose self-proclaimed "inauthentic Chinese Food" broke Instagram with shots of incredibly realistic looking vegan 'eggs' in various Chinese dishes has moved it to a more permanent footing.
They open at Behind the Wall in Hackney on Thursday for an
They've been doing a storming trade out of their street hatch in Soho, but now Pleasant Lady Jian Bing Trading Stall are bringing their Chinese snackage to Spitalfields. They'll be opening a stall in The Kitchens at Old Spitalfields Market.
If you haven't made it down yet to the original Soho hatch in the wall, what you've been missing out on are crispy skin crepes, stuffed with savoury fillings - including aromatic Iberico Char
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.
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