Where to eat Chinese food in London

Chinese may be Britain’s most popular takeaway cuisine, but there are no tin-foil dishes in sight at these authentic Chinese restaurants. The greasy fast food option may be quick and easy, however nothing beats a genuine, restaurant standard Chinese meal, as they serve in these London venues below. Here are our five favourite places to eat Chinese food in the capital.

  • Pearl Liang

    PEARL LIANG

    8 Sheldon Square W2 6EZ
    Cuisine: Chinese
    Avg Main: £10.00
    Located right in the centre of Paddington, Pearl Liang serves delicious dim sum throughout the day and an array of oriental dishes in the evening. Water features and bamboo create a tranquil and quintessentially Chinese dining experience, which is matched by the authenticity of the dishes. Also famed for its delicious seafood on offer, including soft shell crab, scallops, squid, king prawns and octopus, Pearl Liang is an ideal option for Chinese fans looking to dodge the calories; Channel 4 named it as one of London’s top 10 healthy eating restaurants.
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  • Min Jiang

    MIN JIANG

    2-24 Kensington High Street W8 4PT
    Cuisine: Chinese
    Avg Main: £25.00
    Boasting breath-taking views over Kensington Palace and Gardens, Min Jiang offers dishes from China’s various culinary regions, from Cantonese to Sichuan and much more. Their famous whole Peking duck is a must-try, cooked in a classic wood oven, and the menu changes to incorporate fresh, seasonal ingredients. The airy dining space creates a relaxed environment in which to dine in the middle of Kensington.
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  • Feng Shang Princess

    FENG SHANG PRINCESS

    Cumberland Basin NW1 7SS
    Cuisine: Chinese
    Avg Main: £10.00
    Enjoy delicious Chinese food while floating atop the Cumberland Basin in Regents Park. Step on board the Feng Shang Princess, a luxurious vessel handcrafted in 1980, and try the duck and lobster specialities. A popular dining spot amongst celebrities looking for authentic Oriental cuisine with exemplary service, you simply have to sample the unique dining experience aboard London’s oldest floating restaurant of its kind.
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  • Chinese Cricket Club

    CHINESE CRICKET CLUB

    Crowne Plaza London EC4V 6DB
    Cuisine: Chinese
    Avg Main: £8.00
    Nestled in the centre of the City of London, the Chinese Cricket Club offers a comfortable, warm and laid-back retreat from the humdrum of the business district, serving flavoursome modern versions of Sichuan classics, such as crispy orange beef and fried perch with garlic chives. Their vast range of dim sum dishes are ideal for lunches or sharing with friends and family, and are also popular amongst businessmen and women entertaining clients.
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  • Grand Imperial London

    GRAND IMPERIAL LONDON

    101 Buckingham Palace Road SW1W 0SJ
    Cuisine: Chinese
    Avg Main: £18.00
    A stunningly regal Chinese restaurant just a stones throw from Victoria station, the Grand Imperial specialises in authentic Cantonese cuisine prepared expertly with the freshest ingredients available. The interior follows the principles of ancient Chinese Feng-Shui, and the walls are lined with traditional artwork. Offering a wide range of seafood, abalone, barbecue and stir-fried meat, as well as a range of dim sum dishes, the bold, traditional flavours means the Grand Imperial is truly one of our favourites.
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