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Tai Pan has been open for business for well over 16 years - before Canary Wharf became so popular with big businesses moving out from Central London. In fact this friendly and welcoming restaurant specialising in Peking and Cantonese cuisine has won the Docklands Good Food Award five times. Tai Pan offers authentic Chinese cuisine for all types of occasions, formal, parties or if you are a regular. Tai Pan has all the ingredients to make your celebration a success. Popular dishes include the crispy shredded beef in chilli, the deep fried crispy oysters in batter and the roast Peking duck.

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665 Commercial Road, Limehouse, London, E14 7LW

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+44 (0)20 7791 0118

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Tai Pan

665 Commercial Road
E14 7LW
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Limehouse, National Railway


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5 out of 5
Based on 7 reviews
Ranked #3,015

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