• Get a spicy Sichuan fix at the Liu Xiaomian popup at the Jackalope in Marylebone


    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

  • Imperial Treasure


    Top Chinese restaurant group comes to St James

  • Test Driving BaoziInn - dim sum and Sichuan dishes in Soho

    pinkprawnsWe try out BaoziInn's Newport Street restaurant for some very colourful dim sum and Sichuan cuisine.  

  • Kym's at the Bloomberg Arcade launches a Grab and Go lunch offering

    kyms bloomberg arcade lunchtime

    We're already jealous of the city people who work anywhere near Bloomberg Arcade for having all those lovely places to eat on their shiny, office doorsteps. Now we're even more so at the news that Andrew Wong's Kym's is starting a Grab & Go lunch offering.

    It sounds really good too. There's a choice of Cantonese Crispy Pork Belly, Soy Poached Chicken or Sichuanese Spiced Aubergine - all of which we tried on our Test Drive - and each will

  • Master Wei in Bloomsbury is the first solo restaurant from Xi'an Impression chef Guirong Wei

    xian impression

    The chef behind popular Chinese restaurant Xi'an Impression is opening her first solo restaurant. In a tweet today, the Sunday Times restaurant reviewer Marina O'Loughlin drew attention to a new opening called Master Wei. 

    The hoarding flags up a new restaurant that's coming soon serving up Xi'an cuisine, headed up by chef Guirong Wei who co-owns Xi'an Impression with her husband. She's taken over the site of Cagney's which boasted that it was one of

  • Test Driving Andrew Wong's Kym's at Bloomberg Arcade

    meatsAndrew Wong is following up the eponymous A Wong in Victoria with Kym's, a restaurant at Bloomberg Arcade that takes the cuisines of Chinatown as its inspiration. We head down for a look. 

  • Top Chinese restaurant Imperial Treasure is coming to London

    imperialtreasureduck1Imperial Treasure restaurants have been winning Michelin stars and more awards across Asia and now they're opening in London. Expect a Chinese fine dining experience in a luxe restaurant. 

  • The Chinese Laundry is back with a six month residency at The Mountgrove Bothy


    When it first opened on Islington's Upper Street, Chinese Laundry quickly developed a fan base. Giles Coren loved it, saying in the Times; " they have done exactly what hipsters do, and they have done it brilliantly. So welcome to Chinese Laundry – Britain’s first Chinese Hipster Restaurant". And Olive magazine dubbed it "Quirky, fun and super-friendly".

    But when fire damaged the building and then squatters moved in, it was all

  • Test Driving RedFarm London - Pac Man dumplings and so much more arrive from NYC

    pacmanWith their Pac Man dumplings, the New York Red Farm became a huge hit. But there's much more to the restaurant than that - and we went along to their new Covent Garden location to see what they can cook up.  

  • Kaki brings a huge new authentic Chinese restaurant to King's Cross

    Kaki brings a huge new authentic Chinese restaurant to King's CrossTaking over the space left by Canal 125 is this large Chinese restaurant with a menu full of authentic Chinese dishes. 

  • Baker Street's Royal China Club is unveiled after a big revamp

    Royal China Club

    The latest of London's classic restaurants to get a big overhaul is The Royal China Club. It's been part of Baker Street for 12 years and now they're just coming out of a big revamp, during which they've taken over the building next door too. 

    That next-door takeover now means that they've grown to twice the size - fitting in 180 people. Most of those extra spaces come from the brand new private dining rooms. And they haven't held back on that

  • Southwark's Chinese Food Festival returns with a 14 vendors in a night market setting

    Southwark's Chinese Food Festival returns with a 14 vendors in a night market setting

    It sure is festival season, isn’t it? (And we don’t just mean Boomtown, Wilderness et al.)

    We’d only just gotten over WingFest, before starting to gear up for 

  • Yipin China

    Hunanese cuisine in Islington

  • Mao Chow vegan Chinese brings its devilled eggs and sashimi to Behind The Wall



    East London's popular vegan Chinese restaurant Mao Chow broke the hearts of plant eaters across town when its last pop-up at Pamela finished. But now owner Julian Denis whose self-proclaimed "inauthentic Chinese Food" broke Instagram with shots of incredibly realistic looking vegan 'eggs' in various Chinese dishes has moved it to a more permanent footing.

    They open at Behind the Wall in Hackney on Thursday for an

  • Pleasant Lady are bringing their jian bing trading stall to Spitalfields


    They've been doing a storming trade out of their street hatch in Soho, but now Pleasant Lady Jian Bing Trading Stall are bringing their Chinese snackage to Spitalfields. They'll be opening a stall in The Kitchens at Old Spitalfields Market.

    If you haven't made it down yet to the original Soho hatch in the wall, what you've been missing out on are crispy skin crepes, stuffed with savoury fillings - including aromatic Iberico Char


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