68 "Chinese" Restaurants in London.
Mandarin Kitchen is a classic, big round table, big lazy susan, kind of Chinese restaurant in Queensway that’s the birthplace of lobster noodles.
A neighbourhood restaurant in Balham, The Red Duck is a cool and casual spot that you’ll use time and time again.
Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite.
Pearl Liang is a classic Cantonese restaurant on Paddington Basin with with an extremely good dim sum deal.
Yi-Ban is a big, round table, lazy susan kind of Cantonese restaurant serving solid dim sum with a delightful view of London City Airport.
Orient is a classic Cantonese restaurant on Wardour Street with a dim sum menu (and cheung fun) that you should definitely seek out.
Chew Fun is a Guilin fun noodle specialist making heart bowls of rice noodles perfect solo diners and big groups alike.
Tofu Vegan is a big and bustling Chinese vegan restaurant on Upper Street making excellent homemade tofu alongside mock meats, dim sum, and more.
Dumpling Shack is best known for it’s sheng jian bao soup dumplings and, once you try them, you’ll realise why - just don’t skip their chilli oil.
Fen Noodles is a hand-pulled noodle spot in Spitalfields making some of the chewiest, bounciest, and most downright delicious noodles 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.