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25 Newport Court, London WC2H 7JS
‘Harsh’ service from ‘unpleasant staff’ can be a little off-putting, but Baozi Inn’s ‘blissful’ food and low prices means it’s always busy with punters...
15-17 Broadwick Street, London W1F 0DL
“Still incredible after all these years”, ultra-cool Yauatcha Soho stakes its claim with “smart, snappy decor” and an inviting patisserie bar out front....
24 Romilly Street, London W1D 5AH
Pitched as a mid-market sibling to Bar Shu across the way, Ba Shan is less formal but more atmospheric, with stone floors, ornate lanterns, “hard stools”...
90 Berwick Street, London W1F 0QB
“Vibrant, buzzing, yet elegant” sums up the mood at Duck and Rice, where Pilsner Urquell drinkers rub shoulders with Chinese food fans and the high-spec...
28 Frith Street, London W1D 5LF
Strictly a domain for chilli-heads, this smart, light-filled Chinese delivers a riotous flavour ride, Szechuan-style. Complaints of “lucky dip” portion...
53 Lexington Street, London W1F 9AS
Despite the opening of Bao Fitzrovia in 2016, the diminutive original still entertains lengthy (some say “interminable”) queues, such is the power of those...
64 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6LU
Chinese-style hotpots have been fast-tracked (via conveyor belt) to hipness thanks to Shuang Shuang, a refreshingly modern addition to Chinatown. Dishes...
3 Leicester Street, London WC2 7BL
‘People queue up here for a reason’, according to one of Joy King Lau’s regular customers, and that is for the cavalcade of trusty dim sum – inexpensive,...
1 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RB
This tiny, two-floor site is now home to a dumpling den, after a busy recent history in which it’s played host to Pitt Cue Co and Rockadolla hotdogs. Not...
4 Macclesfield Street, London W1D 6AX
Done out like a storybook market inn, this Soho sibling of the Bayswater original is patrolled by tough silk-clad women, who aren’t above rushing their...
23 Greek Street, London W1D 4DZ
Descend to Bun House’s theatrically louche basement and you’ll discover this well-observed homage to hedonistic Hong Kong dens of yore, courtesy of Sino-American...
8 Gerrard Street, London W1D 5PJ
Haozhan may no longer be at the cutting edge of Chinatown eating, but it continues to offer novel tastes, without a red lantern or dragon motif to be...
15-16 Gerrard Street, London W1D 6JE
A new-wave Chinatown café with a name that promises memorable dim sum, this ‘minimal, white, very white’ offering is a mixed bag, although it’s always...
8 Little Newport Street, London WC2H 7JJ
Following on from big hitters Bar Shu, Ba Shan and the Baozi Inn, “scruffy, but cool-looking” Baiwei completes a gang of four Szechuan firecrackers in...
18 Gerard Street China Town, London W1D 6JF