Chinese Cricket Club offers mouth-watering Sichuan and Dim Sum specialities served with a contemporary twist. The head chef has a life-long passion for Asian cuisine and a desire to experiment with different textures, flavours and ingredients which is all brought to life at the Chinese Cricket Club.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Chinese Cricket Club
Crowne Plaza Hotel London - The City
19 New Bridge StreetLondonEC4V 6DB
- +44 (0)20 7438 8051
Top 5 reviews of Chinese Cricket Club
A really nice place to eat. Connected to a great location - there are several pubs around to go after. The service was great and the flavors well above average. The price was a bit on the high side - so it's really a 4.5 star review. more
It's located in the lobby of the hotel and I booked the table for my mother's 50th Birthday. It took a while for us to locate the restaurant but once we were inside the place was not that busy and the staff showed us promptly to our table.
The food was amazing and we went for the set dinner as we always like to share the different dishes. I was drawn in by the name of the place and that... more
We came with a voucher which was a good move. This is not your run of the mill Chinese food joint. It's price-y!
Firstly, it has the misfortune of being located in a Crowne Plaza hotel but the food overall was pretty good.
My favourite dish was the fried Buddha's delight. It was as far as you can get from what my grandmother used to make that it's not even close to the classic version. But... more
Located in the lobby of the Crown Plaza, I was surprised at how tasty the good was. Service is good and the drink selection was better than most Chinese restaurants I have been.
I ordered the won-ton soup which was very good. It had a lot of won-ton, it was not watered down with broth. The duck dish was pretty good. Overall a nice place to eat when staying at the hotel and you do not feel... more
Walked past this place so many times we had to try it once.
Although this is a classy looking place, it's name and location don't serve it well. I'm amazed it's managed to stay open.
As for the food, it was 'ok', but nothing special.
We had hot and sour soup, with extra chicken apparently (more than I'd ever seen in this kind of soup), then a chicken and a shrimp Kung Pao. Pleasant, although... more