A superior Cantonese restaurant, Grand Imperial London offers fresh and authentic Hong Kong Cantonese cuisine.<br/><br/>The sophisticated Grand Imperial in London features exquisite décor and elegant calligraphy designs. Superb Cantonese specialities, along with delicious dim sum, are found on the excellent menu. Victoria Tube Station is only 2 minutes' walk away.
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Venue Details & Map
101 Buckingham Palace RoadLondonSW1W 0SJ
- Public transport:
- Victoria, Underground
We usually not eat in restaurant in our hotel but since it was raining and we wanted decent Chinese food. Their price is not too high and with booking on open table, you can get the 2 course peking duck for 2 people for $30 pound. The duck was carved at your table which was quite fancy. We were served with thin wrap paper, cucumber, onion and hoisin sauce. The duck was good but not...more
My first mid-week lunch experience was good. Service was attentive and the food of good quality. There were some interesting and creative items in the Dim Sum menu (but no Lo Mai Gai, which I missed). However, Sunday Dim Sum experience was bad. Service was very slow (45 mins for food to arrive - which is odd for Dim Sum!) and the hostess who seated us wins the grumpiest woman on earth award.more
You just have to love the tranquillity of this restaurant when you have a dim sum lunch here. No 'take a number'; no queue; no sticky carpets; no cart-operatives pestering you over and over again to take the last plate of cold dim sum off their cart; no noise...
The room and furniture are not an unqualified success. The high ceilings, the natural light and the dim-ish lighting in the...more
Grand spacious room unbefitting a restaurant of this caliber, but without it, would slip into the 2 star category.
Service was serviceable, but not a smidgen more. Waiter said very little, didn't announce each dish (as is custom with dim sum as they all look the same) and was, which has no bearing on this review, kind of a weirdo.
Food was very basic. My wife had a 2 course spring-roll,...more
What a beautiful restaurant - a great place to savor a meal hidden at Victoria Station. I made sure to sit with my back to the wall so I could enjoy the beautiful décor, such as the lovely flowers in the middle of the room, chandeliers, and classy walls and furniture. Even the plates are beautiful.
This kind of higher-end restaurant isn't my typical taste, but I started out in the hotel bar...more