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020 3463 0219
One of the standouts on Broadgate Circle’s foodie hub, this deceptively large offshoot of Soho star Yauatcha makes an immediate impact with its stunning interiors and white marble bathrooms, although the biggest gasps are reserved for the sweeping curved glass wall that follows the contours of the building. Highlights from the line-up of meticulously crafted dim sum include spicy Szechuan pork wontons and warm, crunchy venison puffs, while bigger plates range from truffle pork belly ribs and stir-fried beef rib-eye with sticky black bean sauce to steamed halibut with chilli and salted radish. Yauatcha is also known for its gorgeous desserts, so peruse the patisserie counter before sampling, say, the milk chocolate pudding with crunchy breton sablé and lusciously thick dulche de leche crème. It’s undoubtedly expensive, although those in the know rave about the “fantastic-value” ‘supreme Saturday’ offer. In fact, fans think Yauatcha City is “just divine” – despite high decibels and close-packed tables.
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From: 31 August 2017
To: 21 December 2018
£52pp including a cocktail & ½ bottle Wine per person (or £58pp including a cocktail & ½ champ per person). Dishes are subject to change.
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020 3463 0219
Liverpool Street Tube Station 201m
Liverpool Street Station 286m
Liverpool Street 158m
Carpenters' Hall 312m
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Food + drink: 4
Times have changed. Twenty years ago, when I was first in London, in this venue men in pinstripes drank champagne while overlooking an ice rink. Now, the clientele is more diverse, the food multiple notches better, although the views more depressing. Hopefully the scaffolding surrounding much of the Broadgate complex will be gone once Crossrail is complete and then diners can get to appreciate better this outpost of Alan Yau’s ever-expanding empire. The impressive thing about Yauatcha is that its quality remains undiminished and remarkably consistent across branches. My comrade for lunch was a regular visitor to this venue and ordered dim-sum off the menu without consulting it (an impressive feat in itself) while leaving one dish at the discretion of our attentive server. Each arrived promptly, with perfect presentation and that remarkable ability good dim-sum has to taste flavoursome and succulent despite being light in texture – you just want to eat more. Venison and prawn options won my vote on this occasion. Lychee martinis proved an inspired choice with which to accompany the food, although a wide range of teas and wines are also on offer. Clearly such an experience does not come cheap, but it is worth every penny.
Food + drink: 5
This is my second time at Yauatcha City and both times received great service from staff.
I ordered the champagne prawn and scallop dumplings - still dreaming of them ! 5 star
For mains I had Singapore noodles with chili prawns then macaroons for dessert.
Its impossible to order something which is not delicious :)
Food + drink: 3
My friends and I really enjoyed our dinner here last night but I would prefer coming here for lunch rather than for dinner. The staff are attentive and informative. Service is really good. In terms of quality of food, we loved the scallop shui mai, the scallop was perfectly cooked and the meat was tender. We also tried the hand pulled noodles which I was not too impressed about...the quality of the noodles is not as good as I expected. It tasted like ordinary noodles rather than hand pulled. I am not sure if it should be freshly made as I expected?!?! The overall experience was good though I would return but for lunch and not dinner.
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