We tried the dim sum and noodle dishes. Dim sum good quality but a bit disappointed with the fried hor fun. Taste was good but hor fun was thicker than I am used to.
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We arrived quite late and it was full. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. We had a good meal, nothing particularly unusual, but freshly prepared and good.
Don't be fooled by the outside! It looks nice but we were very disappointed. We came as a family (2 adults 1 child and a baby) we were sent in a shabby lift (in fact the whole restaurant had seen better days) to the second...More
This is off the main streets in China Town but is all the better for it. The food was good, generous portions and very tasty. The mixed roast meats in particular were very good. It was also reaonable value for money for the area. It...More
Great selections of dim sum and other stuff. Got in and the first thing they asked was "would you like some Chinese tea?" then brought me a pot. Had only three things and then I was full. I'll definitely visit this place again next time...More
My family and I have been to loads of Chinese restaurants in London and around the world and once upon a time, Joy King Lau was one of our regular haunts because the food was always excellent. So, despite not having been there for a...More
A great, lively atmosphere with friendly staff. The food is packed with flavour and typically comes in an order of 3, so perfect for sharing. The soup dumplings are great, so definitely give those a try. We ordered about 6 dishes and the bill came...More
A real hidden gem in the heart of Chinatown. It doesn't look like anything special from the outside, but the food is absolutely excellent and the portions are huge. Staff are nice and extremely efficient - you won't waiting long at all to be sat...More
Had read the reviews on Trip Advisor before we went down to London so wanted to see if we could visit for some dim sum. Turns out it was round the corner from our hotel in Leicester Square and we ended up going twice as...More
With so many restaurants to choose from in Chinatown is difficult to decide which one to go to. Luckily I was dining with somebody who had been to pretty much all of the other places and yet always returned to Joy King Lau. With five...More