Park Chinois is split into two dining areas, Salon de Chine and Club Chinois. Salon de Chine is the stunning ground floor supperclub, an opulent room showcasing the best of French Chinoiserie. Lunch and dinner are served daily with live music performances every evening.
Located in the lower floor is the enchanting Club Chinois. Expect to be taken on a theatrical journey, as the cabaret engages your senses and evokes your emotions. Intrigue, humour and decadence will be on the menu, together with London’s finest Chinese cuisine. Club Chinois is open Wednesday to Saturday night.
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Myself and the wife treated ourselves for our anniversary. Knew it would be pricey but it was a special occasion so didn't mind. Nice venue, quiet on arrival but soon got busier. Some of the dishes was really nice, and some was just seriously average. As I said earlier I knew the bill wouldn't be cheap but wouldn't say the food justified the cost. Our waiter provided very good service and we caught the beginning of the musical jazz entertainment. Don't know if we would return but enjoyed our time regardless. It was an experience.
Birthday - amazing
We have mentioned to avoid the dishes that contains garlic(The result they have served a dish with garlic)
The manager has promised to send a form to my email and nothing happen till now while the reason of avoiding the garlic was very serious which is allergy.
The service was very slow as we have asked for the lemon,soya sauce, knife and fork and the receipt twice.
We have complained then they have deducted the service fees from the invoice.
We had a great time! The staff was amazing from the moment we were greeted at reception. We went for my wife’s birthday and will definitely be back!
My friends and me like this restaurant however it’s too exspensive and not exactly Chinese cuisine which you find in China
Park Chinois is a beautiful experience with exquisite dim sum :)
Roberto from Ischia, a small island near Capri / Napoli, served us and his recommendations made the experience wonderful. The prawn Cheung Fun, the truffle dim sum, the delicious cocktails. This is now one of my favourite three places in London, if not the favourite!
The waiters were nice, the food was great. Also the music was fun.
its was nice but the waiter was not helpful in recommending and explaining the food in the menu as it was our first time
The Best restaurant in London lately.
I used to love this restaurant - sadly it has slightly gone downhill. Don't have the set menu as they look at you like you are trash. Sorry I didn't want the £98 duck!
A gin and tonic with 'house' gin £20....although this was the best bit of the whole experience. Mixed beautifully.
I am very disappointed as it was for a girls lunch and it left a very nasty taste in our mouths; to be looked at like dirt. I don't need to be sneered at.
Its a fabulous looking restaurant and every time I have been before its been great.
fantastic as always - always an enjoyable worthwhile experience
Disappointed with my recent visit to Park Chinos. The options on the menu were very limited in terms of what was halal. I specifically called to ensure of this and was told something different when I arrived. This was a birthday dinner and myself and my colleagues were left dissatisfied with what we could actually order to eat and pay. The service was not optimum and nor were we well catered for. Will not be recommending anytime soon.
Nice live band, food was good and the cocktail was fastastic.
As usual amazing experience (I have been here probably 30 times).
Only 2 remarks to improve it to perfection:
1) the wine list should include more options in the 100-150 GBP price range.
2) pls ask the chef to bring back the cheesecake into the dessert menu. It was amazing.
Stands out from a lot of other places of a similar price bracket, service was fantastic, and the Hida Wagyu was 1 of the best I’ve ever tasted
Amazing duck de chine
I wouldn’t recommend this place, the food was overpriced and the service/atmosphere were not great either. They allow children in for a Saturday night dinner which some people have just paid a babysitter to get away from! So the last thing you want when paying £250 for dinner in a clubby restaurant is to sit next to someone else’s children. We asked for another table and were moved but overall it was a disappointing experience and I’m sorry we didn’t go elsewhere.
Super Good! Going back very soon!!!!
Great food, outstanding service and ambiance. Highly recommend, dinner with live music on the first level or dinner with show in the lower level.
Beautiful ambiance and amazing food.
Loved the atmosphere and food was nice,but customer service need improvements! Asking three times for the same thing is not nice. Overall I would recommend this place x
Very good food across the board however the entertainment was too romantic. A place like this could use something much more lively.
Came here for weekend dim sum and had a lovely time. Stand out dishes were the pork spare ribs, cuttlefish dumpling and prawn and bean curd cheung fan. Prices a little bit higher than your normal Chinatown fare but you pay for the high end dining experience.
Didn’t know about the live entertainment beforehand, but it was amazing. Food was great, the show was even better. 10/10
Jeder Gang würde sehr nett erklärt.
Teuer aber sein Geld wert.
Traditional and modern Asian dishes served to a very high standard of quality and accompanied by impeccable wait staff. The entertainment is always great, and overall the experience has always been brilliant.
Not bad food and service,but very noisy and ...I don't think I'll go.
Food is very bad
Great place but be ready for the expensive bill for a Chinese restaurant.
You are going to this restaurant for the experience and ambiance. Service, live jazz and decor were fantastic. While the food was perfectly good, it is incredibly pricey relative to quality. I would recommend this is a better restaurant for group outing where you can share many of the small plates and try a greater variety than we were able to as two people. Overall good fine dining experience but not somewhere I would go back.
I mentioned in my booking with open table that it was our anniversary but nothing was done i guess the restaurant didnt get that info from open table
Was very good dinner and top ambiance
Incredible dining experience and whilst very expensive the food is exceptional
Park Chinois was the biggest disappointment of our London holiday. The service was so horribly we almost got up and left when we first arrived. Our server came over a good 15 minutes after we arrived and if we wanted to order our dinner or did we want drinks first...nobody had even addressed us and no offer for water or drinks or anything...just get it over with and how he said it was very dismissive. He came back twice and only when we had someone get him. Never checked on us. The food was good, no issues there. The check came and it had charges for things we had no idea such as a charitable donation and a fee for entertainment. We were surprised but we just wanted to get out of there so we paid and left and decided that we would never do that again. Just don't do it.
Dined few times now, definitely I would recommend dim sum.
I find service a little poor considering to meet the price for food.
There’s always quite a few waitress/waiters but get an impression they hang out and I noticed I have to call them few times, and some are lack of knowledge to explain about each dishes.
Dim sum is possibly the best option as it’s more casual and friendly price compare to dine for dinner. Also the quality is way better pallet in dim sum than the main. I’d definitely go back for lunch dim sum in regular basis.
Yes...the ratings I have put up are atrocious. Management should care to know why and make an effort to contact me. But I suspect they will ignore...this is London after all....
A total rip off.
The food was phenomenal. Great value for the good