This is a Chinese food opened by a foreigner. The environment is much better than those Chinese restaurants in Chinatown, but it is very delicious. Most are Hong Kong-style dim sum, but also hot dishes. The service is good and the dishes taste good, it is worth a visit.
There are more standard and delicious Cantonese restaurants in London, mainly dim sum, and there are many dim sum to choose from. The decoration is very high-end. There are upstairs and downstairs, and the restaurant is quite large. The waiter has a good attitude. The rice rolls and porridge are very delicious, and the other dim sums are also very good, except that the barbecued pork bun is a bit strong in wine, and the siu mai is relatively ordinary. The appearance is also very good. The average person is about 40 pounds, without ordering alcohol.
In the soho area, it is called the soho store, and there is also a city store. The business is super good. In addition to local Chinese, foreigners like to come here. Eating Chinese food here is a very luxurious thing.
The online evaluation is "One-Michelin-star Chinese restaurant" (the restaurant is named Tang Cha Yuan). It is the first time I saw the Michelin who poured wine with disposable chopsticks and that kind of glass, but the taste is authentic Hong Kong style. Dao lobster vermicelli pot is very delicious
The dim sum at Tang Cha Yuan is superb, especially the scallop shaomai! The top is the ribbon and the bottom is the fresh shrimp, as well as Kova's matcha mille and strawberry cake. If the weather is good, you will be in a good mood and fly!
Since Yauatcha is talking about Tang Tea Garden, the price of one Michelin star near Chinatown is 3 stars. Improved Chinese food but the environment is very noisy. The ingredients are great for student parties. I personally feel that protein fried rice is not as good as the delicious tofu, preserved egg, lean meat porridge, king crab dumplings of ordinary Chinese restaurants in Chinatown. Siu Mai is good