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China Tang

53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London

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China Tang
2/10 from 1 user review
Address:53 Park Lane

Map:Location map & what's nearby



Nearest Station:Hyde Park Corner

Telephone: 020 7629 9988
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Opening Hours:Monday - Sunday: 11.30am-Midnight

Party bookings accepted Private hire available Booking advisable Disabled access/facilities Children welcome Credit cards accepted Background music Live music

About: Conceived by Sir David Tang, the founder of China Clubs in Hong Kong, Peking and Singapore, as well as the life-style brand, "Shanghai Tang", China Tang offers some of the best and most authentic Cantonese food outside China. Menus do not compromise on classical recipes and all dishes, including its signature Peking Duck are prepared with the freshest ingredients and traditional spices and flavouring (no MSG).

The rave reviews won by the food have been matched by the sumptuous interior, which is designed to evoke a romantic sense of the art deco of the Thirties. As well as an abundance of chinoiserie, and quirky objets d'art, the restaurant showcases a collection of both traditional and contemporary Chinese art, all personally chosen by Sir David Tang.

In addition to the restaurant, China Tang features an exquisite bar that offers a list of classic cocktails, made to perfection, which can be ordered to accompany the dim sum menu that is served all day. For special occasions, the restaurant also offers diners 3 private dining rooms - Ping, Pang and Pong!

See Sensational duo “Kitty La Roar” and “Nick of Time” perform 1930’s live Jazz every Tuesday in China Tang bar. Join us for cocktails, dim sum and good music!

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The Latest User Reviews of China Tang

User Rating: 2 / 10
Ciarán D
Member since: Oct 2011
Posts: 10
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Totaly overpriced stodge. The chopsticks are ridiculously heavy and impractical, and heaven forbid, if you request a more user friendly pair of chopsticks, they give you the cheapest splinter inducing pair available, just to add insult to injury. Anything served that was deep fried was both rock hard and boiling, and the 2 course duck at £45 was a joke, we certainly got duck in or 1st course, and when they took the duck away to make the 2nd course, there was only minuscule fragments of some flavourless meat swimming in grease. It was a really really bad dining experience in a very fancy looking restaurant.
Did I mention that the staff are rude and inattentive?, you get the picture.

Added on Sat 24 Mar 2012 at 02:41:34
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