Dragon Inn Club 22

16-18 Upper Tachbrook Street , London, SW1V 1SH

020 7821 0105

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We’ve run into Hong Kong-born restaurateur Andrew Hung many times over the years at the likes of Weng Wah House and Bright Courtyard Club, and now he owns restaurants as well as runs them. Dragon Inn Club joins a growing raft of decent places to eat on the Pimlico/Victoria borders and offers pretty much everything for Chinese food fans: tabletop hot-pots in which to simmer Wagyu beef; high-street classics like Peking duck; and, best of all, the menu’s speciality of the chilli-laden cooking of Szechuan province. You could kick off with a cold starter such as dried beef with chilli and sesame – a bit like beef jerky in chilli oil – or excellent prawn ravioli in a subtly spicy vinaigrette. To follow, there’s ma po tofu in a well-balanced chilli stock, dried chilli chicken for diners who like their spicing extra hot and, for something tamer but no less delicious, tender slices of double-cooked pork belly with leek. Vegetable dishes are just as good – don’t miss the sea-spiced aubergine in an alluring hot-and-sour sauce – while well-timed dim sum is top notch too. Upstairs is a contemporary robata grill; the traditional decor of the basement dining room, designed to evoke 8th-century China with wood panelling, bamboo and lanterns, may not be to all tastes, but it’s certainly atmospheric and the eight private booths are worth noting for intimate tête à têtes. 

Fever-Tree Championships

It’s one of the most anticipated tennis tournaments of the year, and at this year’s Fever-Tree Championships, you can watch some of the sport’s biggest names. Held at The Queen’s Club between 18 and 24 June, the event also offers some world-class hospitality.

Exclusive hospitality provider, Keith Prowse, has announced three updated offerings. From casual dining concepts, to views over the practice courts and luxury private dining rooms, this is the event for impressing your clients.

Book your exclusive hospitality experience from £299pp now.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Victoria Station 218m

Victoria Tube Station 459m

Address

Address: 16-18 Upper Tachbrook Street , London SW1V 1SH

Area: Buckingham Gate Victoria Station

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-11pm (Sun -10pm)

Nearby Landmarks

London Passport Office 285m

Cathedral of Westminster (RC) 301m

Details

Telephone: 020 7821 0105

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Cuisine: Chinese Szechuan

Private Dining: 15, 30, 40

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Private Dining Suite

The Private Dining Suite at Dragon Club Inn can host up to 15 people seated for private events, including birthday celebrations or kids events with entertainment. The room is decorated with antique paintings, bamboo cane walls and ceiling tiles, and guests can choose to dine from a tasting menu, set menu or the à la carte.

Dragon Room

The Dragon Room can host up to 30 seated guests for private events, such as business dinners, birthday celebrations or kids parties. The room features timber walls, drums shelves and ceiling tiles, and has round tables. Guests can choose to dine from a tasting menu, set menu or the à la carte.

Temple Room

The Temple Room at Dragon Club Inn can host up to 40 people seated. The room features his thick timber posts and antique paintings, and has a more rustic feel than the rest of the restaurant. The tables have hot plates built-in for Hot Pot meals, however the tasting, set and à la carte menus are also available.
Private Dining Suite
Capacity: 15
Dragon Room
Capacity: 30
Temple Room
Capacity: 40

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