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Takahashi, named after the celebratory Szechuan liquor, opens the Mao Bar & Restaurant which echoes the established style of Takahashi. The Ethos is comfortable design and food which spans South East Asia, with an emphasis on China. With a kitchen plucked straight from Hong Kong the overall mood at Takahashi is relaxed and chic from dim sum, tempura, and crispy duck to regional curries & fresh fish. The menu covers Asia from Thailand to Japan via Malaysia & China. All time favorites such as tuna spring roll with ginger & coriander, asparagus & sweet potato tempura, creamy rock shrimp togarashi, crispy beef shreds, steamed salmon with ceviche dressing, sea bass with ginger & spring onions and aromatic duck with pancakes are readily available. Specialist ingredients are imported weekly from Asia and freshness and flavor are crucial to the menus diverse appeal.

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56-58 New King's Road, Fulham, London, SW6 4LS

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3 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Mao Tai

3.0 out of 5 9 April 2012
by winnie-t

I work down the road and we have had 2 Christmas parties at Mao Tai. Cocktails and food are good (especially the tofu tempura), but not extraordinary. Only realised just how expensive the food is when my colleague decided to get a takeaway from Mao Tai when we were pulling an all-nighter at the office. The bill came up to over £40 for a small portion of tofu, broccoli, and rice, which was not...more

1.0 out of 5 15 March 2011
by Federico S.

The upside - the atmosphere was relaxed, quiet and comfortable when I arrived...

The downsides - the dishes I ordered were bland, I had to cover things in chili sauce just to be able to get things down. The servers were a bit lackadaisical, if you managed to get their attention they did bring you what you wanted. Deserts were lackluster - overall, for a nearly 40 gbp meal for 1, I'm not...more

5.0 out of 5 8 July 2010
by SillyCharlie

I'm not usually a fan of chinese food, but I came here with friends and the food was delicious; I am converted! Staff were lovely, and for a Wednesday night it was almost full, great atmosphere. Perfect place to have a few glasses of wine and a good natter with friends!more

3.0 out of 5 29 December 2008
by Saskia P.

Apparently the inspiration for this place is Hong Kong but the menu itself is pretty mixed, pretty pan-Asian, ranging from Thailand to Japan and China.

The atmosphere inside is equally confused - not that it's not nice, it's just a bit confused. One side it's more of a cocktail lounge, lots of feathers, flowers, glass and soft edges. This side seems to be pretty popular with office workers...more

3.0 out of 5 16 November 2008
by ellebee

The food at Mao Tai was fantastic. Highly recommend the Crispy Beef, Duck Pancake Rolls and Rice Paper Rolls. Great atmosphere. Service was friendly. Recommended. Worth a try.more