The latest of London's classic restaurants to get a big overhaul is The Royal China Club. It's been part of Baker Street for 12 years and now they're just coming out of a big revamp, during which they've taken over the building next door too.
That next-door takeover now means that they've grown to twice the size - fitting in 180 people. Most of those extra spaces come from the brand new private dining rooms. And they haven't held back on that front, adding in eight of them. And the whole design has been overhauled by Royal architects Stiff and Trevillion.
That's not all, as they're coming back with new dishes for the menu - with an emphasis on Chinese dishes using European ingredients - including:
- Fresh Abalone Tossed with Caviar
- Crispy King Prawns with Chilli & Peppercorn
- Roast Whole Suckling Pig
- Wild Scottish Lobster
- Barbecued Peking Duck
- Steamed Minced Iberian Pork with Salted Egg
- Irish Emperor Scallop
- “Wagyu” Sirloin Steak Pan Grilled
All that and daily dim sum from noon to 4.30pm too. The newly revamped Royal China Club has opened the doors - so if you're in the area, pop in for a gander at the new look.
More about Royal China Club
Where is it? 38-42 Baker Street, London W1U 7AJ
How to book: Call 020 7486 3898
Find out more: Visit their website.
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