Venue Details & Map
27 Wardour StreetLondon ChinatownLondonW1D 6PR
- +44 (0)20 7287 6580
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
It's ok. A little on the greasy side and quite expensive in comparison to other places in the area (and especially compared to places just a little further out of the city centre). Their specialty is their meat dishes but they are a little on the light side when it comes to meat.
The greens were super generous and garlic-y. We used the excess garlic on our rice that the meat came with, as...more
Hung's had been on my to-do list since I moved to London last year so I'm glad I finally got to check (excuse me- "tick") it off my list.
I stumbled in around 1am on a Monday after checking out Bar Rumba. I ordered the "famous" Kung Pao chicken and a side of egg fried rice.
Both were really good, and you know that's not the post-bar buzz talking because bars out here mainly use thimbles to...more
My parents are from Hong Kong and even though they're not fans of the big city they've been making the 2 hour trip to Hung's for some authentic chinese food since I was little and it never disappoints.
So fastforward 29 years and I've finally moved to London. It's 4am in soho and I've just been the victim of a pickpocket, do I care? No. Why? Because it's 4am and i'm eating king prawn...more
You gotta love the fitting name Hung's. The bright red building exterior, flickering neon lights and the "hung" barbecued ducks in the front window drew me in like a moth to a flame. Wandering around the myriad of small restaurants in London's Chinatown, I was unsure which one to check out further for some takeaway. In the end, it was the very low whitehead:blackhead (Caucasian to Asian) ratio...more
There is a section of Leischester square, which seems to be straight up China town. Although most of the Chinese restaurants (including this one) have the roasted pig and duck in the viewing window roasting, this one stuck out, especially also being that the place didn't close until 4 am.
So for food here, me and my wife shared some Kung pao chicken (a big portion and probably the best Kung...more