Chai Wu is a new London restaurant housed in Harrods on Brompton Road. The restaurant concept and interior design are inspired by the five elements in Chinese philosophy: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Harrison, the restaurant’s design firm, has integrated a blend of traditional and contemporary Chinese culture. Incorporating natural elements throughout the space, finishes will be a mix of marble, leather and timber. There's a theatrical charcoal grill in the centre of the restaurant; the dining bar surrounding the grill will offer guests a prime view of the chefs at work and a glimpse into the excitement of the kitchen
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) a clienti|
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Venue Details & Map
87-135 Brompton RoadLondonSW1X 7XL
Top 5 reviews of Chai Wu
Very good lamb chop,tender like all Chinese lamb chops, but delicate like western styles.
The dim sum are bit depressing, very small portion and 6 of them taste very similar.
Red snapper was ok, but too sweet and salty too.
Desserts are all good, but can be less sweet. more
This was a regimen by a colleague and I must say we were very pleased . The food was delicious and service was excellent . I loved the variation of dishes and will definitely recommend to family and friends if visiting in London . It is a little pricey but worth the splurge. more
Yes, it is on the expensive side, but worth every penny. We had a lovely dinner at Chai Wu after spending the day at the Harrod's Spa (Urben Retreat) as well as lots of Harrod's shopping. We loved that we could walk up and have a spectacular dinner right inside Harrod's. more
At first we were very doubtful about this place since it has opened few months ago without any sufficient media coverage or even any customers reviews.
We took it as risk & decided to give it a try & write our sincere opinion hoping to help those who are confused about this place as we were in the past.
Baring in mind our delightful, unforgettable experience at Haskkan , mayfair which is a... more
As a Chinese and a food lover, chai wu will not be on my recommending list. Firstly the choice is limited but the price for each course is quite high. The mocha dessert is great that is a surprise to me but I will not recommend the dim sum plate. The seafood is great but I can also find better one in other specific seafood restaurants. Overall, the space is not spacious but the waiter is kind... more