Great location! Bayee Village restaurant is a mere ten minute walk from the Wimbledon Championships, so when the rain is pelting down and you want shelter and – as it happens – terrific Chinese food, this is the place. And for the other fifty weeks of the year, Bayee Village restaurant’s site in the heart of Wimbledon Village can’t be bettered. The décor is a traditional and smart, the service is swift and the menu features authentic classic Peking and fiery Szechuan cuisine with an intriguing emphasis on fish and seafood. The starter of steamed fresh scallops in the shell with garlic or black bean sauce is a long-time favourite. Main courses include Bayee’s own iron griddle ‘sizzlers’ of several types, including prawn, squid and green mussels.
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Bayee Village Chinese Restaurant
24 High Street WimbledonWimbledon VillageLondonSW19 5EA
- +44 (0)20 8947 3533
- Public transport:
- Wimbledon, Underground
I am always amazed this place isn't busier, right in the heart of Wimbledon Village a sizeable and excellent quality Chinese restaurant.
The food is consistently brilliant, service is good although sometimes a little less than attentive. Decor is a little like a Chinese restaurant in an old bond movie, fish tanks, blue velour etc. The atmosphere is often quite quiet, I have been there several...more
We visited Bayee Village for the second time this weekend and thankfully we were early diners (7pm), as we hadn't booked and it was full-to-capacity by 8pm.
The food was as wonderful as we'd expected - my partner rated his sweet & sour pork as the best he had ever eaten (not faint praise, he travels extensively) and my crispy beef was delicious with a light, tasty sauce with no hint of fake...more
in the over-hyped food wasteland that is the chain-dominated Wimbledon Village, it's nice to see an independent restaurant. Bayee Village has been producing reliable, tasty Chinese food in Wimbledon for decades and there is a sister restaurant in Putney.
The decor is great, from the 2 stone lions guarding the entrance to the large fish tank and Chinese lanterns inside. You are also always...more