17 "Chinatown" Restaurants in London.
Sit at the bar at The Palomar, this Israeli small plates restaurant in Chinatown, and you’re guaranteed a good time.
The Shan State is an excellent and authentic Burmese restaurant in Chinatown.
Hung’s is .a Chinatown staple that’s good for no-nonsense noodle soup and Cantonese roast meat. It’s also an excellent late night Chinese restaurant.
Xu is a modern Taiwanese restaurant in Soho, from the guys behind steamed bun sensation Bao.
Evelyn’s Table is a fun and intimate 15 seater kitchen on the edge of Chinatown serving creative southern European dishes.
Olle is a Korean BBQ spot on Shaftesbury Avenue where you’ll get to cook things like like wagyu beef on a grill in the middle of your table.
Opium comes with the obligatory arsey doorman. But if you can manage not to be put off by this, you’ll find an excellent cocktail bar.
Jen Cafe is the easiest dumpling fix in Chinatown. This Chinese cafe is basic i, so you really just want to hit it for a quick snack before moving on.
ECC Chinatown is one of the best cocktail bars in central London, and it’s great for an intimate hang with a few friends. It’s close to Soho, too.
Ba Shan is a Chinese restaurant with a focus on cuisines from the Hunan province, which means the food is spicy. Very spicy.
Barshu is the consensus number one option around town when you want to eat spicy Sichuan-style food in central London.
There are lots of restaurants in Chinatown to visit if you just want a plate of roast meat and rice, or some noodles, but TPT is our favourite.
This busy Malaysian cafe does the best Char Kway Teow noodles in town and at £8, they are a total bargain too.
The Baozi Inn is an unassuming Chinatown restaurant that does brilliant bowls of spicy dumplings and noodles from Beijing and Sichuan.