Baozi Inn specialises in the street foods of Sichuan and northern China, like Chengdu dumplings inchilli oil sauce, and the steamed buns (baozi) that give the place its name. The décor is inspired by the people’s communes of the1950s, with Maoist posters and corncobs hanging on the walls.
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Baozi Inn Restaurant
25 Newport Court
- +44 (0)20 7287 6877
Came here for pork buns and dumpling soup and wasn't disappointed! It's cash only, the wait staff is a bit abrupt and the chairs aren't very comfortable but the food was delicious and cheap. Perfect for a quick meal for 2-3 people.more
For those familiar with Northern & Northeastern Chinese cuisine, this is a must-go in London's Chinatown. You'd be pleasantly surprised by the decor - at least I was, having not seen such an earnest attempt to emulate the revolutionary era by a Chinese restauranteur in so long (not even in mainland China, let alone the Chinatowns in the US). We ordered practically everything on the menu -...more
Utilized a Lonely Planet book and found this in the heart of Chinatown/SoHo in London. There was a wait outside the restaurant but luckily with a party of two we were able to get in faster.
We ordered a spicy beef noodle soup, pork dumplings, vegetable chicken noodle soup, and spinach with ginger appetizer all for around £30 which isn't bad since we left full!
Food was good except the beef...more
Went to this restaurant because of Lonely Planet's recommendation. To be honest it's a bit hard to find a Sichuan food restaurant in Chinatown because most of the restaurants there serve Cantonese food. I was glad that I've chosen this one - totally saved me from eagerness for spicy Chinese food! We've ordered sour and spicy noodles (酸辣粉), spicy wonton and congee. The congee was so-so but the...more