A superior Cantonese restaurant, Grand Imperial London offers fresh and authentic Hong Kong Cantonese cuisine.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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101 Buckingham Palace RoadLondonSW1W 0SJ
The spring rolls weren't that good. The dumplings were good the duck was ok. The pork chops were outstanding and so was the fried rice. The beef, rice, and broccoli was also good. They made it specifically mild for us. Overall, if I were in London I'd stop and take a look.more
I didn't fancy stodgy burgers and chips so tried to be good and checked out this Cantonese. Service wasn't great from the start. I dutifully booked ahead using online app and turned up at appointed time to a very empty restaurant during prime eating time. I didn't feel like I was a valued customer at all and more like an intruder. The service was very functional and rushed which is saying...more
Grand Imperial London has constantly been a hit and miss and I believe it's because the chef has constantly been changing throughout the years. 4-5 years ago I can say they serve some of the most authentic Cantonese food in London but sadly quality has gone down, along with their menu which has been reduced to serve more to suit the Western palate.
But still if there is one thing that kept...more
The restaurant is part of the Grosvenor Hotel next to Victoria Station. The dining room is spacious and looks opulent although a little worn around the edges. It was great for us when we brought our young baby in a pram. There was plenty of space around our table where we could park the pram. The staff were very accommodating for us. Though, I did notice quite a few other families with...more
We went here for a late dim sum lunch one day, right before heading to the airport - and despite recently being in Hong Kong we were really impressed.
The atmosphere was a little posh in my taste. I mean, the interior was beautiful (high ceiling, one tea salon, one dining room, and one grand piano) which I love, but the staff could have been a little bit more warm and relaxed.