The first thing you’ll notice at this Chinatown institution is a row of crispy, tender Cantonese roast meats hanging in the window wafting its deliciousness beckoning you to enter. Evidently, that should be your go-to order. Famed for those three pillars of Cantonese cuisine: roast duck, char siu pork and crispy pork. Tuck into pure meaty succulence and flavourful intensity, and served in generous portions.
London's Chinatown is truly iconic. Wandering its central London streets is a guaranteed good time, but eating there is even more epic. Here you can take your pick from Sichuanese to dim sum and beyond at some of the capital's best Chinese restaurants. There are also a bevvy of Thai, Taiwanese and Malaysian spots within this delicious enclave, which is snuggled between Soho and Theatreland and has been there since the 1970s.
Read on for our definitive list of the best places to eat in Chinatown.
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