60 "Chinese" Restaurants in London.
PF Changs is a Chinese restaurant in Covent Garden serving big portions in a spacious dining room.
Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square is a 5-star hotel in near The Tower of London in the City.
Murger Hanhan is a very useful Mayfair restaurant serving excellent and inexpensive Xi’an specialties like biang biang noodles and murger.
Lucky and Joy is a fun and flavourful Chinese-influenced restaurant in Clapton that feels like a night out, with added sesame noodles.
Bento Ramen is a multi-talented Japanese restaurant in Camden. It’s a quick-fire, go-go-go kind of place that will have you seated and fed fast.
MNTD’s second spot is near Victoria Park. It’s walk-in only, it’s great for a casual meal, and you should only be thinking about the dumplings.
Jinli is a Sichuan restaurant next to Leicester Square specialising in hot and dry pots. Come hungry and bring friends.
Food House is a Sichuan restaurant in Chinatown serving solid chilli oil noodles, platters of dumplings, and more. It’s good for a group, or solo.
Open until 4am every night, Old Town 97 is a super-useful Chinatown spot serving great roasted meats and Cantonese classics.
If you’re looking for some great soup dumplings in Chinatown, head for Beijing Dumpling.
Mao Chow is a cupboard-sized spot by London Fields making very tasty all-vegan Chinese food.
Three Uncles is a basic canteen that specialises in Cantonese roast meats. It’s perfect for lunch, or a quick dinner.
Redfarm is a cute spot in Covent Garden, and you’ll have a good time here so long as you stick to their creative and tasty dim sum.
Uli has one of the best outdoor terraces in Notting Hill, and their noodles and dim sum aren’t bad either.
Imperial Treasure is a big, fancy Chinese restaurant in St James’s which lacks atmosphere, but serves some pretty great dim sum.