The 140-seat restaurant opens in a Grade II-listed building, serving the finest and most authentic iteration of the iconic dish and preserving the centuries-old methods of the Emperor’s imperial kitchen. It harbours an extensive list of well-curated wines, champagnes and sake. A cocktail bar will offer a list of Asian-inspired cocktails and a whisky collection.
Overpriced food. Not up to Michelin star quality. No innovation in vegetarian dishes for tasting menu. Some were just salty sautéd vegetables. Some staff too busy casually chatting with certain customers to notice they were blocking aisles. Nice soap in toilets though.
We had assorted Dim Sum at lunchtime. In over 50 years of eating Dim Sum, I really think it was my best ever. Very friendly staff in nice surroundings. Quite expensive but very acceptable considering the quality, Will go again for lunch. Unlikely to go in the evening as the evening menu looks eye-warteringly expensive.
Couldn’t ask for more. Excellent
I’m a Chinese. Believe me. Food sucks. Very over pricing. The food not local enough.
Excellent Chinese food. The dim sum was perfect and well-presented. The custard buns are highly recommended, but any dish we had was good.
Dishes on the menu are definitely much more expensive than average, but the quality is outstanding and worth the money.
Service is really good, but could benefit from a little bit of fine tuning. The waiter's patronizing insistence regarding the amount of food that we were ordering (too much in his opinion) was particularly annoying. Needless to say, we had to ask again for the menu and order more. Clearly his intentions were good, but if he should understand when the customer is pushing back.
Food is OK, deserts poor, prices high. Much better Chinese food in London at similar or lesser prices
must try their Peking duck , though the included "second" duck dish is just passable.
some may like their caviar starter, and would recommend their steamed red dates dessert
nice environment and friendly
Excellent dim sum at this new opening. All the food was excellent and the service was very friendly and efficient. Good cocktail list and bar staff were very friendly and helpful.
Best Chinese in town!
Outstanding. Possibly one of the best Chinese Restaurants in London. Wonderful ambience. Excellent staff.
Hard to know where to start. All of the staff were beyond belief attentive and couldn't have been more diligent. However food, although good/ok, did not justify the £150 per head evening. We all decided we were happier at Kam Tong in Queensway ! I suspect the dim sum at lunchtime are worth a visit - certainly the review that prompted our visit raved about them.
One of the better Chinese Dim Sum restaurants in London these days.
Great service and good food in a beautifully designed setting. Rather pricey as you pay for the service and environment.
Nice atmosphere friendly staff. Food is delicious and well price for what it is.
Some negative reviews are probably a bit mean in my opinion. Glad I ignored them.
The service was great with hot towel served before dinning. However the waitress was absent minded about what I have ordered. I want a non-alcoholic drink and they gave me a drink with alcohol. (This is Sh*t) And then the food was average, doesn’t taste like authentic Chinese especially the mapo tofu and eggplant, just like sauce stir with the ingredients but cost £18, the eggplant is short Spanish eggplant and not the long eggplant from china. It is incomparable to their restaurant in shanghai or Singapore, not really worth it unless you are ready to pay £80-150 per pax.
Overpriced I would say. However the duck and beef hofan were amazing, roasted bbq duck Cantonese style, and Angus beef Hofan, highly recommended. Overall: Came for once and don’t think will return basically.
Biggest issue is the quality of the food is not comparable to the ones on Asia. Huge disappointment and certainly not worth the money. Very good ambience and service though!
I had a great experience whilst hosting my clients for dinner. The deco is modern and beautiful. I wish there was some music at the background, but I am assuming it was a technical issue. I recommend the restaurant
Absolutely delicious! The Peking Duck is a must-try! It is definitely more on the expensive side for Chinese cuisine but the ambience, service, food & cocktails was incredible!
Absolutely stunning food and lovely relaxed atmosphere with exceptionally attentive and friendly staff. Perfect for Her Majestys Theatre and Theatre Royal Haymarket pre show dinner.
Would highly recommend and will most certainly be visiting again.
Tried the dim sum menu. Really expensive, but with excellent food and service, the prices are justified. Really liked the Cheung Fun, the pan fried-turnip cake and the hot and sour soup, all among the best I have eaten in London or Asia. Needlessly to say all the lobster and iberico pork dishes we tried was also very nice. I will return to this restaurant, to try out the a la carte menu.
Outstanding meal - you’d be hard pressed to find a better high-end Chinese restaurant in London. Costly but definitely in proportion to the quality of the food.
If you don’t order the Peking duck then you’re a fool.
I felt I was on an assignation with a potential lover or spy handler or, more likely, closing a major realty deal - beautifully appointed rooms with many cozy nooks and cranny lends itself to intimate conversations. Food are priced at the luxury end - beijing roast duck at 100 GBP (one course only - no , you cant take the bones back for soup) per pop is not for the faint hearted. The dian xin were faultlessly executed (cheong fun, delicate xiao long bao. BUT, something is amiss here - the atmosphere of a prosperous and welcoming hong kong restaurant. Go for the food!
Dim sum is awesome but a bit pricey. The service is worse though without enough attention to the customers.
Food wasn’t worth the price. Service was average on waiting staff.
Food was traditional and at the same time creational. Waitresses were polite and enthusiastic. A little bit overpriced as a Chinese restaurant. May go again in lunchtime just for dim sums.
Quiet ambience and great service! Food quality is good! The truffle mushrooms noodles and baked crab are understanding as is their signature Peking Duck!
Dim sum is quite good - especially recommend the shrimp dumpling and baked cha siu bun
However, main dishes such as the roast duck is really really below average - meat is not tender, skin is off, quite sits on the salty side
Service and ambience are unsurprisingly good, but 70pp is not worth the taste for sure
It’s really nice dinner feeling. I like this duck,it taste good and it is available for 4 people to eat.
Staff were incredibly polite and beautiful building. However no dim sum served after lunch and mains overly expensive and dishes quite similar.
Difficult to see how the international branches have earned Michelin stars
We had a fantastic time dining at Imperial Treasure. The food was totally awesome!!! Peking Duck was absolutely divine ... will be back again.
Great quality dim sum. As good if not better than Imperial Treasure Shanghai.
Friendly and attentive service. Waitress even spotted rice in my tea cup.
Will definitely return.
Wonderful food and attentive service, a great place to celebrate a birthday! Beautiful space and decor, comfortable seating.
They are obviously aiming for a Michelin star and the prices are symbolic of this. The food is good-ish but very expensive for what you get; nothing wow’ed us. Portions are small and therefor you need to order quite a few dishes.
Been to Imperial Treasure in Singapore twice and the London branch tops it by miles! Great food, duck and truffle noodles were the best.