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BaozInn, Soho

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I never know whether or not to check the online feedback before reviewing a restaurant – I worry it might cloud my judgment – but it seems unavoidable these days because the Google page pops up as soon … Read more →

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Hot May Pot Pot

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Hot Pot cooking was favoured by ancient emperors and group diners alike, but only royalty had their own hot pots – until now. Mixing the fun of fondue, the visuals and freshness of sushi, and the intense flavours … Read more →

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Lucy Lord celebrates Chinese New Year by feasting on dim-sum at Soho’s Yauatcha

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Dim sum teahouse offering contemporary Cantonese dim sum, patisserie inspired by European culinary techniques and Asian ingredients, and an extensive range of tea, wine and … Read more →

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'Unusual service was forgivable since the food was so on-point'


Open Mon-Sat midday-11pm, Sun 11:30am-10:30pm

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Shikumen presents Chinese fine dining and handcrafted dim sum within the sleek Dorsett Hotel in Shepherds Bush. Shikumen means “stone gate,” and the restaurant takes its name from traditional 1940s Shanghai architecture, which … Read more →

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'An out-of-this-world baked Chilean sea bass with kumquat glaze'

Hakkasan Mayfair

Open Monday-Wednesday midday–12:30am, Thursday-Saturday midday-12:45am, Sunday midday-12:00am

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With a whole constellation of Michelin-starred chefs and eleven locations worldwide (in chichi cities such as Doha, Shanghai, and Dubai), Hakkasan is a global brand with a well-deserved golden reputation for … Read more →

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'The dishes were authentic... The brusque service, however, interrupted our reminiscing'

Royal China, Fulham

Open Sun midday–4pm and 6pm–10pm; Mon–Sat midday–4pm and 6pm–11pm

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Using traditional ingredients and skills, this mini-chain of restaurants is headed up by award-winning executive head chef Man Yuk Cheung.

Well-known for its lunchtime dim sum menu, the dim … Read more →

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'[Maxims] allows you the rare (and intriguing) opportunity to mix and match your dishes'


Mon—Sun 7pm—2am

When looking for a new restaurant, a casino might not be the first thing that springs to mind. After all, gambling and food are not the greatest of bedfellows and while we all like going to new places, … Read more →

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'However, it was the tea that really stole the show.'

Bo Lang

Open Mon–Sat midday–11.30pm, Sun midday–3.30pm

Step off of South Kensington’s Draycott Avenue and straight into the warmer climes of China: Bo Lang’s black lattice interior immediately transports you to the Orient. The dim sum and teahouse restaurant, led by head … Read more →

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'Min Jiang is not your average Chinese'

Min Jiang, Royal Garden Hotel Kensington

Open daily midday–3pm, 6pm–10.30pm

Recently I’ve had the unsettling thought that I may be tiring of a relationship that I thought would endure until my old age. It started 15 years ago and had, until recently, been a beautiful journey … Read more →

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'Original flavours and textures in impeccably decorated surroundings'

Good Earth, Wandsworth

Open Mon–Sat midday–2.30pm & 6pm–11.15pm, Sun 12.30–2.45pm & 6pm–10.45pm

This new branch of Good Earth on Bellevue Road produced easily the best Chinese food I’ve had in a long time. Service is top-notch and it boasts a fabulous location overlooking … Read more →

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