19 "Taiwanese" Restaurants in London.
Not to be confused with Tooting Market, Broadway Market is packed full of great spots for sit-down cheap eats and date-ready drinking dens.
Mr Ji is a Taiwanese small plates and cocktail spot in Soho that specialises in superbly cooked chicken and expertly mixed drinks.
From the people behind Bao, this little King’s Cross café is perfect for a grab-and-go situation or a light bite.
A cute little café in Hammersmith serving some of the best bubble tea in London.
A kiosk in Westfield White City making excellent Taiwanese wheel cakes.
Daddy Bao is a tiny restaurant in Tooting from the same family as Mr Bao in Peckham, and is serving the same great Taiwanese food.
Master Bao is a Taiwanese spot inside Westfield London that’s perfect for cheap, quick eats, and excellent bao.
Bao Borough is the third outpost of London’s most famous Taiwanese restaurant. The buns are still good, but the smaller plates are even better.
Bao and Bing is a slick Taiwanese restaurant and cocktail bar in Marylebone that’s the perfect gateway to a night out.
Din Tai Fung in Covent Garden is the first European outpost of well-known Taiwanese dumpling restaurant. It’s great for a snappy lunch or solo visit.
Mr Bao is a Taiwanese restaurant in Peckham that we challenge anyone not to love. The mushroom bao in particular is worth crossing London for.
Bang Bang Oriental is a massive Asian food hall in Collindale, that’s worth a visit if you so happen to be in Collindale.
Giant Robot is a street food/bar venue in Canary Wharf, from the same people behind Dinerama. It’s great for post-work drinks and something to eat.
Xu is a modern Taiwanese restaurant in Soho, from the guys behind steamed bun sensation Bao.
Broadway and Netil Market is most likely the trendiest Saturday only food market in London, where the options are as diverse as the crowd there.