Hung’s is a Chinatown staple that’s perfect for when you settle down and dig into a plate of dumplings, or some roast pork or duck on rice. The service is basic, but the quality is always good and its consistency is tough to dispute - come hungry, and you won’t leave disappointed. As a bonus, it’s open late until 4am every night, except for Sundays. The king prawn dumplings are superb.
Hung’s Chinese Restaurant | 美食軒 is permanently closed.
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Leong’s Legend serves Taiwanese dishes that are more interesting than your typical Chinatown joint.
Evelyn’s Table is a fun and intimate 11 seater kitchen on the edge of Chinatown serving creative southern European dishes.
Bake is a cash only bakery in Chinatown serving fantastic soft serve out of their trademark taiyaki - a fish-shaped waffle situation.
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Bun House in Chinatown serves tasty steamed buns and a small selection of sides to takeaway or eat in.
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.
Murger Han is a Chinese restaurant near Euston specialising in dishes from the region surrounding Xi’an, like their excellent biang biang noodles.
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The Four Seasons in Chinatown is famous for their roast duck, which is not only excellent but one of the best things you can eat in London.
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.
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