One of the first arrivals on the food scene after fish and chips in Britain was Chinese food and the British have been happily wrestling with chopsticks ever since.
While the use of “town” is perhaps rather overstating the small area known as Chinatown, it fulfils the China part exceptionally well. Whether its Hong Kong, Szechuan or Peking style food you crave, Chinatown has undoubtably some of the best Chinese food in the world. While there are a few buffet style establishments here, the quality is infinitely better in the a la carte restaurant. Find a restaurant that has a lot of Chinese people eating there and you wont go too wrong.
If you are staying in our Baker Street apartments then jump on the Tube to Queensway. Near the top end by Hyde Park, there a few very good Chinese restaurants and also, if you want to try, or already know how, to cook your own Chinese food there is a great Oriental Supermarket.
If you’re a fan of Dim Sum then this is your Sunday lunch sorted (booking recomended). A great selection of Dim Sum on Sundays and great Hong Kong favourites any time.
While it looks a bit basic on the outside, the food is excellent. One of the best hot and sour soups!