Ba Shan serves authentic snacks and homestyle dishes from Sichuan and northern China inan elegant setting designed to evoke the atmosphere of an old county town. House specialities include irresistible pot-sticker dumplings, spicy cucumber salad and Xi’an flatbreads stuffed with stewed pork.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Ba Shan Restaurant
24 Romilly Street
- +44 (0)20 7287 3266
Top 5 reviews of Ba Shan Restaurant
I like this place at least as much as Barshu across the road. Also it feels to me like they're slightly less spicy which makes it easier for me to bring those less familiar with Szechuan cuisine with me. Which I have done more often than I can remember by now.
Mandatory orders are of course the string beans (same like at Barshu and any other good Szechuan place), or the dry-wok twice-cooked... more
My second review of Chinese food this week comes from my first visit to BaShan. After reviewing BarShu, and having had the pleasure of chowing down at both places this week, I'd have to say I'm either more a fan of Szechuanese food over Hunan'ese food, or I'd agree with most here that BarShu is better than BaShan.
Anyway, my mistake for first presuming this was a Szechuanese place. It... more
Ba shan is another fine kitchen from the bar shu mini-chain. This one has more dishes from Hunan, but still with a lot of overlap with menu items from the Sichuan siblings. And like bar shu opposite, the great cooking and great decor is slightly undermined by unfriendly service. We got a table with almost zero wait on Friday night which was great, tho the layout is awkward, they'd squeezed one... more
This is perfect for a group of Chinese who is getting sick of Fish and chips and Italians, and miss Chinese food. more
Second visit in two years, this time around, very disappointed. I went with a Chinese friend and she looked unhappy too with the food. We had chicken with red chillies, fish in green chilli sauce , bitter melon and stir-fried beans with mince.
Barring the bitter-melon not one other dish is worth a mention. We paid 70 between two without alcohol, just some sparkling water and tea, no dessert. more