Royal China Restaurant - Baker Street

(47 Avis)
24-26 Baker Street, London, W1U 3BZ

Heures d'ouverture

Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 23:00
Friday & Saturday: 12:00 - 23:30
Sunday: 11:00 - 22:00.

Présentation du restaurant

From the Royal China Group, Royal China Restaurant Baker Street offers an array of Chinese delicacies in a striking, elegant ambience decorated with lacquered murals. Their popular sister restaurant Royal China Club is just a stone’s throw away.

The extensive Royal China Baker Street menu is replete with classics and features dishes like Peking duck served with pancakes, prawn and pork wanton soup, sweet and sour chicken with pineapple or bean cured topped with crab meat sauce. From the dim sum menu try a variety of steamed or friend specialities stuffed with prawn and chive, minced pork and shrimp or steamed chicken feet in black bean sauce. Roast pork and sweet lotus see buns are also available.

For dessert enjoy chilled tapioca with yam in coconut soup, apple in toffee syrup or pan fried red bean pastry at Royal China Baker Street restaurant.

In the heart of London, find Royal China Restaurant Baker Street an 8-minute walk from Baker Street Tube Station.

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  • Par Cheryl M de London
    20 novembre 2019

    The food was good but the service was not. The staff are often unhelpful and very abrupt.

  • Par Clara L de London
    10 novembre 2019

    Great service, excellent food, lovely atmosphere.

  • Par GL L de LONDON
    9 novembre 2019

    Average food dinner quality. Our local takeaway actually much better (Good Heaven in wandsworth). The vietnamese spring roll was foul. The quarter shredded duck pancake was decent. The sichuan prawns was too spicy. They dont have low alcohol beer either so not-friendly for non-alcohol drinkers. Heard they were better for dim sum which they only do at lunch time. I prefer yaucha in soho or even din tai fung in covent garden. I think they mainly thrive due to location close to oxford street for tourists.

  • Par Angela W de London
    8 novembre 2019

    Stunning authentic Chinese decor with great friendly services. Food is gourmet Cantonese style which is the top cuisine in taste, look and scent aspect.

  • Par Veronica L de London
    8 novembre 2019

    Good Cantonese food

  • Par Guy A de London
    5 novembre 2019

    very good variety of dim sum ,and excellent value for high quality. Good space between tables so you can have a decent conversation.

  • Par Robert S de London
    5 novembre 2019

    The meal was a real disaster and I will not return to this restaurant. The service was poor, and we made to feel that we were in their way. We had ½ duck and because they underestimated the pancakes and the vegetable accompaniment we had to order more and wait at least five minutes by which time the duck was very cold etc! When it came to the bill, they made an additional charge for additional pancakes etc. This is a first as far as I am concerned. We are not tourists so when I tried to discuss this additional charge with the deputy manager, he was not the slightest bit interested and just kept repeating “thank you”. So we left the premises, never to return. They are lucky that I have not spread the word via trip advisor.

  • Par Beez B de London
    2 novembre 2019

    This restaurant has been a favourite of mine for a few years now. The main reason is they have a cantonese duck with a crispy skin that is simply the best anywhere. It's not cheap, that half duck portion is £20,80 and it will be enough for one person only, or two if you get another main also. All the dishes have been great, I've never had a bad meal there. It's the sort of restaurant you go to once in a while, expect to spend £120 for two if you get starters, two mains, drinks and desserts. It's not really a place to get a large selection of drinks, where they shine is the food selection.

  • Par Elise H de London
    29 octobre 2019

    Spacious restaurant. Busy but not too noisy so you can still have a pleasant conversation. I love the vegetarian mock-duck pancakes. Great vegetarian set menu and lots more veggie options added. So delicious! Great price for the set menu too. No cloakroom so hanging coats on the back of chairs. I'm ok with this but funny for such an up-market restaurant. A bit rushed with no space between courses, so could have slowed things down a bit, but I would highly recommend this restaurant. It has improved alot over the years.

  • Par Ketan J de NAIROBI
    29 octobre 2019

    Very modest vegetarian options. When queried, we were asked to order what vegetarian food we wanted, but not being Chinese food experts, we were at a loss. What was ordered was bland and oily. Had to stand up to front desk to request that an order be taken. Friendly staff but not efficient; must have been attended to by several different staff so never certain whom to call for further ordering or assistance. Prices double of suburban and superior, Chinese restaurants, maybe because of Central London overheads

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Royal China Restaurant - Baker Street
24-26 Baker Street, London, W1U 3BZ