I went their with my 10 years old daughter for lunch. The waiter started asking me about my country of origin and also passed on an unwelcoming comment. While paying by card they asked for extra charges even though the bill was substantial. They asked me leave my daughter behind while I draw cash from the outside ATM. I was furious and wanted to report it to POLICE straight away. The owner was unconcerned . Will never recommend any one not EVEN TO AN ENEMY.
Zen China Restaurant
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Posted: Fri Sep 19 2014
With a position which will send other restaurateurs green with envy, Zen China is an exciting addition to the South Bank dining scene. Set within the County Hall, right on the banks of the Thames, Zen China is a high class Chinese restaurant head and shoulders above most. The interior has the atmosphere of an old country house drawing room, owned by a well-travelled aristocrat with an eye for antiques. That is to say that the combination of the very British location and the Chinese cuisine are reflected in the most beautiful way, making the most of a very special location with views over the water to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Serving traditional Chinese cuisine and Imperial style dishes, Zen China is without doubt one of the most unique spots on the South Bank. Zen China"s team believes "green food" is best, therefore they use only green and entirely natural ingredients for all of their dishes - no MSG or colour additives.
Zen China Restaurant County Hall, Riverside Building Queens Walk, Westminster Bridge Road