London’s Sichuan restaurants are too numerous to list. The UK’s capital city is home to some of the most delicious and ambitious Chinese cuisine in Europe. The Sichuan Province is home to the culinary styles that have become hugely popular throughout Britain. Dominated by the use of spicy chilli, Sichuan peppercorns and garlic, this style of cooking is employed in many of the wonderful Sichuan restaurants in London. To make the process of selecting the perfect eatery easier, use Quandoo desktop or mobile app. Search for London restaurants serving Sichuan cuisine in a matter of seconds. Read reviews, take a look at the menu and book a table.
Wherever you turn in Central London, Sichuan restaurants are waiting to take your order. Head towards Soho and Covent Garden, and you’ll find a great eatery every hundred yards or so. And of course, London’s Chinatown is home to authentic, family-run restaurants that specialise in recipes that have been handed down the generations. If you’re planning a night out in or around Leicester Square, you’ll be able to combine a night at the theatre or cinema with a tasty Chinese meal — and you won’t even need transport.
If you’re heading out for a family event, there are so many exceptional Sichuan restaurants dotted around London. There are some very large eateries on Wardour Street in Chinatown, many of which are able to cater for very large bookings. If you’re looking for something a little more intimate — and away from the bright lights of the tourist areas — head to the likes of Wandsworth, Esher, Mill Hill and Knightsbridge. You will find all your favourite Sichuan classics here, including rice dishes, noodle dishes and speciality egg dishes. Other hotspots for London’s finest Sichuan restaurants include Liverpool Street, Baker Street and a large part of Pimlico.
Whether you’re looking for chicken chow mein, sweet and sour pork or prawns in black bean sauce, you really are spoilt for choice the UK’s capital city. After a long day spent taking in sights such as Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament, what better way to unwind than with a speciality Sichuan dish served by people who are passionate about Chinese cuisine?