This includes info about cleaning, sanitising, social distancing, and usage of personal protective equipment. Learn more.
BaoziInn London Bridge
- Surfaces sanitised between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitised menu provided
- Sanitiser or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Waiting staff wear masks
50% discount (up to the value of £10 off)
“Eat out to help out” scheme, giving customers up to 50% discount every Thursday to Saturday until the end of August 2020 | *Terms and condition apply - Excludes alcoholic drinks and takeaways, Up to 50% discount or max discount £10 per person, We reserve the right to amend the promotion without prior notice and to refuse the admission.
Buy one drink and get second and third respectively at half price
Buy one and get second and third respectively at half price Drinks include
- Tsing Tao Beer, Wines by the glass, Selected wines by bottle, Selected Cocktails
First time visiting Baozilnn and it was lovely. It was really quiet, service was great and any questions we had were answered by our server. Good quality was great!
Food was delicious. Waitress was brilliant. Had a really lovely evening out.
Food was great, service amazing (thanks to the guys who offered us a free cocktail post dinner), will be back!
Half our food didn’t arrive. Disappointing. Particularly since the place wasn’t busy. At least we weren’t charged for it.
Excellent service and good food. Very considerate COVID-19 changes with disposable menus, sanitiser gels everywhere and call buttons at your table for service. Note that this Baozilnn has different menu to the Baozilnns in SoHo / Chinatown (fewer variety of dumplings but more signature dishes to go with rice & noodles) but we enjoyed it just the same.
It was awesome,had a mixture of dim sum and large plates and my god the food was insane. Service was great too, not like most other Chinese restaurants in Chinatown.
Love this restaurant and great to see it operating again. Food as good as ever!
The food quality was amazing! Lovely dim sum and great drinks offers too!
Food was amazing! Service was attentive and fast. Price was very reasonable. I highly recommend it.
I enjoyed the food and what we ordered was really filling. We sat downstairs but when I did venture upstairs it would be a nice for an after work or Saturday lunch/dinner spot.
Delicious food, good range. Particularly enjoyed the Dan Dan noodles and dumplings and fried rice. Two espresso martinis on the house. What’s not to like😊
Second day the restaurant re opened - staff were super friendly, service was quick and the food was as delicious as ever. The dan dan noodles and sea spice aubergine were highlights! Can’t recommend this place enough
Great service and value. Food was super. Recommended to all.
I started going to the first BaoziInn in Chinatown years ago, I am so happy they now opened here. Absolutely delicious food, wonderful Dan Dan noodles and incredible duck. Fantastic service as well, the staff is always smily and happy.
Lovely food - especially liked the wonton dumplings and dan dan noodles. The choy sum was also excellent.
Lovely food served by polite staff with reasonable knowledge of produce. Fair wine selection, a good plaice to eat.
What I ate was lovely, very flavourful and portions were generally decently sized for the prices. Food came quite slowly the first time but after we ordered more, the dishes came out much faster. Many of the dumplings however couldn't be ordered- we weren't told if they ran out/ weren't made yet etc which was disappointing as out of all the dumpings (I think they called them jiaozi), only the traditional ones were available, as well as none of the cocktails or mocktails. Granted, we ate on a Wednesday night, but the restaurant was far from empty and therefore all (or at least the majority) of the options should have been available. Otherwise, the food was delicious, especially the large soup dumplings- we even ordered more after the rest of our dishes came. The restaurant itself is nice, what I would describe as quite rustic, but the tables are very close together and make it difficult to move around. The only other (minor) thing would be that when we were given the bill, we were asked to pay immediately- as in the waitress brought the bill over and asked us immediately whether we were paying card or cash- I generally feel like allowing a few minutes to look over the bill is more comfortable and doesn't make a customer feel like they are being kicked out, however this was only a small issue.
For those who havent yet been to any of the BaoziInn branches, this is one of my favourite chinese restaurants in london. The food is simply amazing. Delicious Dan Dan noddles and very nice crispy duck. The staff in london bridge is extremely nice, they accommodated us last minute at a very late hour on saturday evening and were super friendly
Excellent food, great venue. Unfortunately the barman was missing so no cocktails
Food is of good quality and prepared well. Starters were very tasty. I tried the duck and it was quite fatty. To be honest it might have been just the pieces I got, although it was 50/50 meat and fat. My friend had the pork and the fat was minimal. Service is very good with suggestions and a wide variety of dishes. It'll take you a bit to choose. All look very nice! Nice relaxed music with noise to a minimum so you can chat without shouting. Must try.
Fantastic service! Really good food - enjoyed the selection and the sesame noodles. A must try to the Yakult cocktails :)
Went to BaoziInn for lunch with a friend on a weekday. It was fairly quiet, maybe 2-3 other tables. Disappointed with the food: the bread of the bao buns was thick, not fluffy like it should be or steaming hot; and we got the thinner skin version of dumplings but it did not have that much filling. For the price, there are much better places in London Bridge and didn't hit the mark for chinese food.
Lovely food, nice wine pleasant atmosphere, only issue we had was all the dishes we ordered came with in a minute of each other resulting in some food getting cold and little space on table.(think this was because it was Chinese New year?) Though
More items needed to be added to the menu
Disappointed cos no Desert menu
Staff friendly and helpul
Fast and fresh food
Great food and service a bit pricey
Great food and service. Very close to authentic. Quite pricey though but worth the visit for special occasion or cravings for good authentic Asian food.
Relatively new Chinese restraunt in borough close to the market, lots of seating and an upstairs, good wines etc and a lovely selection of food choices. Front of house staff very helpful and friendly offering advice as needed, observant enough to top up wine or water as needed. Food very visually pleasing and tasted great.
Worth a visit
Perfectly average overall and very underwhelming. The food was dull, dishes we chose lacked lightness of touch, a little stodgy and ‘brown’. Best dish was the pak choi with garlic ‘bits’ on top. Service was friendly enough yet lacked professionalism and personality. It clearly is a chain of average restaurants.
It wasn’t good value.
An overall experience that wasn't terrible by any means, but the food not really up to the modern standards I would have expected. Was anything horrible? No absolutely not. Could I have got better roasted meats in a variety of locations in Bayswater or China Town for less money? Yes absolutely.
Some of the dishes were better - The dan dan noodles, and the wood ear fungus were both tasty. Service was friendly. the space pleasant, but it's not quite enough to have me racing back.
If you really love Chinese food, then I suspect you would likely be disappointed by this place.
Food was amazing and of good value, really liked the bun plater the buns were incredible soft and fillings packed a punch! Would highly recommend going.
The staff at the door can be unhelpful about dietary requirements which is very odd as the food is Chinese style and easy to adapt. The food was not bad but the portions were a bit small for the money. I would visit again but the menu needs to improve for vegetarians and vegans.
This was our first time at Baozilnn, having dinner for my partner's birthday. We had an absolutely wonderful evening! The food was stunning (especially the duck! cooked to perfection) and we were super impressed with the service.
Great food, great service, great vibe! Thank you for having us! We will be back for sure.
Delicious food excellent service - can’t wait to go back again!
The food was to die for. Dumplings im going to dream about, prawn wontons with spicy sauce, divine duck pancakesamazing fried rice. Seriously delicious
Great variety (although not quite as good as the Soho outpost). The only thing I'd say was that it felt a bit atmosphere-less not helped by the fact that the music was too loud and dreadful (who can enjoy themselves with Coldplay and Sam Smith in the background). Soho one better for decoration, atmos and menu choice but this one is good if you want Chinese food in the area.
Average food - dumplings good, roast duck and pancakes not great, prawns ok. Service ok, very overpriced. Could have eaten at Yuatcha for the same money and a much better experience. Overall average with a premium price tag
The dumpling starters were good. The two main dishes awful! The roast duck (£26) was mostly fat that hadn’t been rendered or crispy. The pork noodles were sweet and tasted terrible. Came with a ‘soup’ which tasted like fishy water. Stick to what you know with the dumplings. And stick to the original branch. The London Bridge outpost isn’t working.
The food is interesting ...but the service! The food was generally good though pricey (£6 for a small bowl of celery with some tahini paste?) The menu was not as it appears on the Top Table site so I was disappointed to find no hot pot skewers which I was looking forward to trying. The service was friendly but desperately inefficient. Waited 20 minutes for someone to come to take a drinks order. Waitresses did not seem to know what was on the own menu and struggled to find things on the iPads that they took orders on. They also managed to lose some orders we made. It's a shame, as with better management this could become a pleasant dining experience which I would recommend.
I was wanting to go to this place for a while after hearing of the new opening, but was surprisingly disappointed. I had high hopes and I felt everything just lacked flavour and seasoning.
We studied the menu and after deciding that we wanted the crispy belly pork when ordering.. we were told not available. Would be nice to tell your guests that when giving the menu...
We started with a chilli cucumber which was not hot at all, until I asked for chilli oil which was nice, but at nearly £7 for a cucumber side dish... that was expensive!
The dumplings were nice, but again bland.. the XO sauce one was better.
The noodles was probably the best thing there... but then again at £12.50 it was expensive.
Noting much to say about the service... but you can see there was an inexperienced waiter working in the room.
Overall, wouldn’t return to this branch but will try one day the other branch that does dim sum in soho.
BaoziInn London Bridge does offer delivery in partnership with Deliveroo and Uber Eats. BaoziInn London Bridge also offers takeaway which you can order by calling the restaurant at 020 8037 5875.
BaoziInn London Bridge is rated 4.2 stars by 49 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.