This Chinese restaurant certainly boasts a salubrious South Bank setting - it's at County Hall, a few doors down from the London Eye. Grab the right seat and you'll get some very decent views of the river, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge - it all looks great lit at night.
The menu here features an accessible number of well-known Chinese dishes, but there are adventurous options too. Expect, then, salt and pepper spare ribs, sesame toast, crispy seaweed and classic kung pao chicken alongside hot and spicy beef fillet with tripe, beef shin in a spicy sauce and marinated cloud ear mushroom.
Dim sum is available on the a la carte, alongside a signature dish of Beijing duck authentically served in two courses - the first sliced at the table and served with pancakes, the second stir-fried with vegetables and pickles. Keep an eye out for special events, too.