London is an expensive city for dining, but there are places like this where you do not need to spend a lot of money to eat really well. It's located in Chinatown, as it should be. We had a menu for 2 for just over 10 pounds with 3
This superb buffet offers Malay, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese, in the centre of the city. The restaurant is cozy, with a large window facing the street, and the young waiters are dressed in oriental black uniforms. The flavours are
This is a special Pan - Asian restaurant and cocktail bar, so they say. It's the winner of several awards and this place ranks as one of the best Oriental food restaurants in Britain. The food is a fusion of Chinese, South East Asian,
If you're a bit tired of fish and chips, tea and cakes, and all the other traditional English eats, Wok in a Box might not be a bad alternative. Wok in a Box is part of a wave of new fast-food Asian restaurants and it's concept is
Chinatown in London is increasingly less authentic, as for this place I don't quite know how to define it. Restaurant? Eatery? It's the most "real Chinese" that can be found, not at all sophisticated, offering roast duck and
We had dinner at this Chinese restaurant near our hotel, on a street full of restaurants. It didn't look so great from the outside, but in the end it was worth it because it ended up being the best Chinese food we had ever had. The
Harbour City is not the best restaurant in Chinatown, but it's definitely not the worst. What it is is a solid restaurant serving tasty above-average Chinese food at a reasonable price. What else could you ask for?
We ordered pot