Enjoy a selection of dim sum or opt for seafood and sizzling dishes from the wide-ranging menu at this relaxed Chinatown venue.
If you don't have to rush off to one of the nearby theatres or cinemas, Super Star also offers reasonably priced set meals that you can linger over.
Venue Details & Map
Super Star Restaurant
17 Lisle StreetLondonWC2H 7BE
- +44 (0)20 7287 3822
Top 5 reviews of Super Star Restaurant
Poor taste, only a dim sum was worth eating.
Cho men was horrible, and duck roast was the worst.
Not recommending to eat in this place.
And bit pricy more
A fine Chinese restaurant by my standard. Though the Chinese family next to me was not so impressed.
Had reservation for 6 so there was no wait when we arrived on an early Sat night. They have 2 levels and we sat upstairs. Bathrooms are in the basement.
Ordered white rice, and several dishes in iron skillets including eggplant, chicken, and beef. All were fine for me.
I give it 5 star because of the service, cleanliness and great food. Lets face it, all of the restaurants nearby have extensive selection. This place had very good Chinese food at reasonable prices. Not over the top and not trying to be something they are not. Service was impeccable. They are really trying hard to please.
We all had something to eat since we have vegetarians in our... more
This was the first time getting take-away from this Lisle Street establishment and after getting over the initial pushy hawker at the front door, I did find it to be a solid place for food. Most London Chinatown restaurants have a large menu posted out front as either a sign or some type of mounted billboard to encourage passers-by to stop and take a look at what is on offer. This place is no... more
Popped in for sneaky dim-sum-for-1 as a bit of a treat one Sunday; I was shown upstairs which was initially off-putting as I imagined I'd be forgotten about, but this was not the case. Highlights included Duck rolls ( delicious, super crispy wrapping, yet lovely fresh cucumber inside) and calamari ( again, well cooked without being dried out). Clearly the chef is an artist when it comes to... more