After pop-ups and residencies across town, Lucky and Joy are settling down in Clapton. Expect the usual Chinese-inspired food and drink in a restaurant with a kitsch feel.
BaoziInn have just opened their flagship restaurant in Borough with three floors devoted to Chinese dishes. We went along to try it out.
The team behind Bun House have turned this, their first restaurant in Soho, into a late-night drinking dive where the food and cocktails compete for your attention.
The Chinese Food Festival is making a return to Potters Fields at Tower Bridge and once again, the line up looks pretty great.
With a collection of some of London's finest Chinese food in one park, here's what some of the vendors are planning.
Best known for their intensely coloured dim sum, as well as excellent Hunan and Sichuan streetfood-inspired dishes, BaoziInn are coming to Borough, and this one will have a cocktail bar.
A trio of friends are opening their first restaurant on Devonshire Row, serving up Chinese roast meats, noodles and dim sum
The duo behind Bun House and Pleasant Lady are turning their original site into a bar and restaurant inspired by the late night scene of 1960s Hong Kong.
If you missed Lucky and Joy on any of their recent residencies, then July is a time to make up for that. Led by Pete Kelly and chef Ellen Parr, they'll be back serving up regional Chinese food at La Despensa in Second Home Spitalfields. Their favourites will be on the menu as well as new dishes inspired by recent trips to China. We were rather impressed
If you've been up and down Islington's Upper Street recently, you'll have seen a new addition (taking over the space only recently vacated by Porchetta). Called Sichuan House, that's exactly what it is - Sichuan cuisine in Islington.
Originating in Mongolia, the Happy Lamb Hot Pot company now has branches across America and Canada and they're now aiming their sights at the London restaurant scene.
Opening in St Katherine Dock, Hoh Sek will have a menu of Chinese-influenced noodle dishes as well as an evening menu of seasonal mains.
Spicy. Numbing. Addictive. If you're into your spicy food and you love your noodles then those three adjectives tell you all you need to know about Liu Xiaomian.
This street food stall was started by Charlene Liu and her flatmate Liu Qian - who are both from Chongqing, a city in South West China famous for its Sichuan food. When they couldn't get the spicy noodles they loved so much at home, they started doing street food in 2017 at Brick Lane Market where
Top Chinese restaurant group comes to St James
We try out BaoziInn's Newport Street restaurant for some very colourful dim sum and Sichuan cuisine.
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