Falcon Wharf

34 Lombard Rd, London, SW11 3RY, United Kingdom
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China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by blackrainbow86

There is so many places to eat to choose from! Can anybody recommend anywhere that is nice but affordable (not posh/expensive)?

Thankyou! x

Re: China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by Paisleypaul

I have been in many or maybe most of the restaurants around Gerrard Street and they all range from the budget (all you can eat buffets) to the still not too expensive.
Lee Ho Fook's is the one that is internationally famous due to the late Warren Zevon.....and lycanthropy....! Remeber you have the choice of Cantonese/ Pekingese or Thai or Vietnamese locally
Answering this question has made me sooo hungry!

Re: China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by MacedonianUK

Best keept sicret in London is Won Ki chinese restaurant in China Town, Dean St.
The restaurant have been there for donkey years and is very cheap. Food is great, they have more than 100 different dishess, A Chinese friend was gobsmacket, when he saw the range of disses they serve, & said that outside China this is first restaurant which has this big choice of food.
Id 4 floors of restaurant and the waiters are rude, but is great becouse they stick you with people you never seen before, in one of those round 10 sieater tables.Food is relatevly cheap and great. But no lingering in Won KI, once you have eaten they give you the bill and you are out!
Won Ki never needed advertising, word of mouth is all you need, and is always packed. Great thing is that you can find people from different walks of life. Students, backpakers on gap year, locals, tourists with families,anybody who happens to hear about the place...
Chek it out. It was my favorite place & cheap to eat as student in London, and years latter (17 yres latter) I still go there when I am in London...
Worth cheking out.
MacedonianUK

Re: China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by pixie183

Golden Dragon is one of the best in Chinatown. Always busy with Chinese people which is usually a great sign.

Re: China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by Dulwich_Dog

Just to support Caledonian's recommendation of the Wong Kei (- with an "i" and located in Wardour Street, not Dean St) in London's Chinatown.

If you don't mind the canteen like decor, slightly huffy waiters, and the possibility of being seated with strangers, the food is excellent, good value and you get as much free Jasmine tea as you can drink.

I was there on Sunday and we had two main courses for less than ten quid Personal recommendation is the huge Won Ton soup which is almost a meal in itself. But, be warned, they only take cash, strictly no cards or cheques.

Re: China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by MacedonianUK

Thanks Michael, I always misspell the name.
But you have to agree, best & cheapest chinesse in town.
Well the restaurant is institution and it is known for surly waiters plus seating with strangers. I think that is part of its charm..

Re: China Town Restuarant recommendations?

by Dulwich_Dog

Yeah - no hassle, we all make mistakes (as I did calling you Caledonian , rather than Macedonian - sorry about that !)

I agree the Wong Kei's quirks are all part of it's charm, and at these prices there's no better place for me in Chinatown.

Travel Tips for London

Take the Jack Ripper tour with...

by solyoung

Take the Jack Ripper tour with a good guide. Don't take it with a standard tourist group... there are a couple guys that do the tours and give it a lot more effort. Its a great way to start an evening and will give your night at a club very different feeling. Looking to my left, after reading a sign that read, 'Look Right', and almost getting run over by a car coming from... you guessed it - the right.

Accommodation Adventure

by sabsi

Sleeping in Victoria Station for two nights when I was 18 years old. We were on Interrail trip through the UK and Ireland and had no money for a hostel. AAArgh, I will never ever forget that! Something to tell your grandchildren about!

Ask a London cabbie for this place......

by Mariajoy

and see what he says!!!!

I love London street names.... they have historic relevance. This place is right by the Thames..... probably where a hundred years ago cargoes of exotic fruits were unloaded after months of being stored in the hold of an old ship - and still tasted better than what we get now - but that's just my theory and isn't based on any facts!!!

Anyway.... I said that what I love about London is the sublime and the ridiculous.... and this name is just so ridiculous.... but sooo juicy in the way that only London is! It just appeals to my sense of humour!

Jump up Jump up

by lilnation

While visiting London I had the opportunity to check out the London Carnival. The carnival runs from Aug 29-30. For several years it was held in various halls but settled in Notting Hill in 1964. For many people the Notting Hill Carnival has become a celebration and reflection of London's uniquely multicultural make-up. I found it by taking the underground tube to Notting Hill Gate (District and Circle Lines)

The Visitor Travelcard

by keeweechic

The Visitor Travelcard offers a special rate for unlimited travel on the tube and bus networks. It is available in one-day, three-day, four-day, and seven-day passes and you can buy them at Underground stations.
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