The menu here takes its inspiration mostly from the Sichuan province in south west China, with a few options from northern Chinese cooking. As a result, there's an abundance of dried chilli and garlic featured in many dishes, so beware if you don't like spice!
Familiar dishes are given a unique twist, and fans of tofu will delight in the number of ways it's prepared here. Don't let names such as Granny's stewed beef with sweet potato noodles fool you – this soup has bite; the melt-in-your-mouth beef makes this a favourite. Recently renovated, grab a table at this modern, cosy Chinatown restaurant.
Venue Details & Map
25 Newport Court
- +44 (0)20 7287 6877
Top 5 reviews of Baozi Inn
A friend and I were exploring Chinatown on a Sunday and came here for lunch since I was craving Chinese food. We arrived around noon, just as the restaurant was opening, and were the first customers there. The restaurant was a little tricky to find, as it's in an alley off the main Chinatown roads, and the name "Baozi Inn" wasn't written in English anywhere outside; however, my GPS was able to... more
I had the pork in chili and it was too salty for me and not spicy enough.
I thought the food was just okay.
The winter special was cheap tho and came with 3 appetizers.
Pics of menus attached. more
I like the dumpling I ordered and seaweed salad and lamb skewers. Recommended all. Will df try something else from this place. more
Four stars for the food which was amazing and cheap!
We ordered pork baozi and I ate a full bowl of sichuanese beef noodles soup ( which was supposed to be super spicy but it wasn't )
It was good and you feel really full after it! And it's really cheap for good Chinese food in London
BUT the service was really bad !!! The waitress was not nice, made me wait outside ( winter time...) because... more
My meal here was a disaster. The seating was crowded, the service was harried and unhelpful. The pork wonton soup I ordered contained an excess of dried krill, which were not listed on the menu. The house special baozi was so-so. They said on their menu they accepted credit cards, and even though we hit the minimum price, they insisted on cash. I would not recommend. more