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Park Chinois

  • Restaurants
  • Mayfair
  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
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Join us Saturdays for The Park Chinois Brunch - an exclusive three-course menu, with half a bottle of Champagne & cutting-edge entertainment
- Park Chinois

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Supremely elegant Chinese food set in a 1930s jazz lounge

Park Chinois is so atmospheric, I wasn’t sure if I was in Mayfair, or if I’d travelled through time and space to 1930s Shanghai. If its fancy Berkeley Street neighbours are the Joneses, then this beautiful restaurant is more than keeping up.

Impressions were spotless from the off. As you walk up the stairs to the entrance you’ll be greeted by a bright pink cherry blossom tree and a wonderfully enigmatic doorman. Entering the lobby, you’re disarmed by a wall of heat from the roaring fire and a host of charming, well, hosts. Led into the restaurant proper, you’ll find yourself in an atmospheric jazz club; covered in rich red velvet and with an abundance of fringing, heavy swathes of taffeta draped over the curtains, with lounge-style tables and curved chairs positioned towards a jazz quartet. It’s the perfect location for a date – instead of pretending to care how someone’s day was, you can sit next to each other in comfortable silence while the jazz plays.

And whether you decide to live out some sort of ‘Lady and the Tramp’ fantasy or not, order the park carbonara – slinky udon, rich orange yolk, umami-packed sea urchin, pansies and nori dust. It was a brilliant, Asian ode to the classic Italian dish. Elsewhere, the famous duck, though incredibly full-flavoured, was cut into chunky pieces rather than being shredded – best reserved for dinner with friends as it’s not particularly conducive to ladylike eating. The same goes for the delicious smoky ribs.

With a theatrical setting, clever cocktails, thoroughly charming staff and a relaxed atmosphere, especially given how high-end it is – Park Chinois, I get a kick out of you.

Park Chinois says
Behind the red doors in Mayfair is the iconic Park Chinois. An opulent dining venue that pays homage to the glamour and decadence of 1930s Shanghai.

Park Chinois offers two distinct dining experiences.

On the ground floor, you will find Salon de Chine, serving bold Chinese cuisine and exquisite drinks 7 days a week with the in-house band and live songstresses creating a unique supper club atmosphere. From Mondays to Fridays we, serve our Set Lunch Menu at £45 per person for two courses and £50 per person for three courses. Weekend lunches are a more languid affair, with an extended Dim Sum Menu available from 12pm.

Downstairs is Club Chinois, the ambiance is taken up a notch with the unique live show, DJs and Chinese dining - every Wednesday to Saturday evening. On Saturdays join us for The Park Chinois Brunch, featuring an exclusive three course menu, with half a bottle of Champagne per person alongside cutting-edge entertainment.

Park Chinois also benefits from two beautiful cocktail bars, perfect if you are after a drink and some dim sum.


17 Berkeley St
Tube: Green Park.
Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £200.
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