Royal China

The very first Royal China - Queensway

This is where it all began. Our founder branch. Queensway is frequented by the local Chinese community who can agree that our Dim Sum has surppassed those found in Hong Kong. Our Dim Sum Chefs regularly come up with new twists to our highly regarded staples. Come and be surprised.

Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Monday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm

Opening hours may vary on public and bank Holidays. Please call to verify.

** Please note that we do not accept 'afternoon' reservations on Saturday and Sunday. Please call your local branch for more details. **

Dim Sum

Click here to download our Dim Sum menu* in PDF format.

À La Carte

Click here to download our À La Carte menu* in PDF format.

*Prices are for reference only and were correct at time of going to print. For allergen information please ask a member of staff. If you have any special dietary requirements, please contact restaurant prior to arrival and notify staff at time of ordering. Click here for more information.

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Time Out

This stalwart of London’s dim sum parlours is always a pleasure to visit. Its perennial popularity ensures a lively atmosphere, and its authentic, perfectly prepared little dishes are head and shoulders above most of Chinatown’s lazy offerings. The long dining room at this original Queensway branch is lined in mirrors and black lacquered walls, with depictions of curling waves and geese soaring above.

Some of the capital’s best little packages of Cantonese treats are served here. Beef balls feature wonderfully light ground beef enlivened with strong accents of ginger and water chestnuts. Delicious wun tun soup has light dumplings floating in a rich broth with an undertone of five-spice, adding a depth rarely found in this classic soup. Peruse the special dim sum menu for more innovative dishes: crab and spinach steamed dumplings, and prawn and chive packages in batter were both a delight.

We could happily eat solely from the dim sum list, but the main menu offers fantastic Cantonese and regional Chinese dishes. The shaolin monk vegetarian clay pot contained an outstandingly fresh assortment of Chinese vegetables: bamboo, lotus root, mini pak choi and tofu, all on cellophane noodles.

Tue Sep 24 2013