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London's best Chinese restaurants

From delicate Cantonese cooking to fiery Sichuan delights or high-end banquet-style dishes – it's all in our round-up of London's best Chinese food

Chopsticks at the ready! There’s Cantonese dim sum, classic Beijing-style roast duck, spicy Sichuan cuisine and plenty more to choose from in our round-up of London's best Chinese food. Do you agree with our choices? Use the comments box below or tweet your suggestions.

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5 comments
Lulu J
Lulu J

Four sesasons in bayswater has the best food for me.

Dazza V
Dazza V

Dragon Castle in Elephant and Castle is fresh, delicious and nicely just out of town so you'll always get a seat. They do great dimsum too and are not too expensive (main is about £7- £10)

CT
CT

I go along with CondimentalChic's comments below. Authentic Chinese food is not about the fancy decor and doesn't always mean that the most expensive is the best. A lot of the restaurants named above would not be ranked as the best Chinese restaurants by the Chinese community in London.

William Finn
William Finn

I have tried out all the Chinese restaurants above and cannot believe Hakisan, although expensive, is not here

CondimentalChic
CondimentalChic

The Chinese, similar to the Singaporeans, enjoy good food without all the fancy decor et al. A few places come to my mind - Beijing Dumpling on Lisle St in Chinatown (they serve up the best honey garlic ribs in London, hands down); Four Seasons on Gerard St & Wardour St (the best roast duck in Chinatown); best Malay/Singaporean food would go to C&R right next to Blue Posts Pub; best Sichuan restaurant is Angeles in Kilburn (from their al la carte menu, not their buffet); best dim sum would be Joy King Lau. Unfortunately, there are a lot of mediocre Chinese food in London, but there are a few standout dishes at a few restaurants scattered around town.