514 Restaurants in London: Asian

London Asian restaurants among the best in the world

A far cry from the standard fish and chips or Sunday roasts most Brits are used to, Asian cuisine is unique, extremely varied depending on which country, and more specifically, which region it originates from and incorporates ingredients and produce that were never before seen across the pond until recently. The influx of expats from the east has resulted in London being one of the best spots for authentic Asian cuisine in the world, and the Asian restaurants in London are only going from strength to strength.

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Mala Indian Restaurant

St Katherines Dock
Indian££££
4.7/6323
Mala Indian Restaurant

Coba

Barnsbury
Vietnamese££££
5.4/6318
Coba

Buddha-Bar London

Knightsbridge
Asian££££
4.3/6148
Buddha-Bar London
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Everest Abercorn

Stanmore
Indian££££
4.5/6206
Everest Abercorn

Ngon Ngon

Clerkenwell
Vietnamese££££
5.4/6162
Ngon Ngon

Tumnan Thai

Battersea
Thai££££
5.5/6228
Tumnan Thai

Chisou - Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge
Japanese££££
5.2/6121
Chisou - Knightsbridge

OKA

Primrose Hill/Chalk Farm
Asian££££
5.6/690
OKA

Banh Mi Bay Holborn

Holborn
Vietnamese££££
5.3/6100
Banh Mi Bay Holborn

The Thames

Waterloo
Indian££££
5.0/6139
The Thames

Aladin Brick Lane

Brick Lane
Indian££££
4.7/6172
Aladin Brick Lane

Maxim Chinese Restaurant

Ealing
Chinese££££
4.9/6131
Maxim Chinese Restaurant

Kitcho

Greenwich
Japanese££££
4.9/6107
Kitcho

The Saffron Club

Blackheath
Indian££££
5.1/6106
The Saffron Club

Shilpa

Hammersmith
Indian££££
5.3/6138
Shilpa

Hamgipak - Parsons Green

Fulham
Korean££££
5.5/692
Hamgipak - Parsons Green

Kouzu

Belgravia
Japanese££££
4.7/6109
Kouzu

Lumbini

Uxbridge
Asian££££
5.1/6114
Lumbini

Mogul Indian Restaurant

Greenwich
Indian££££
4.8/674
Mogul Indian Restaurant

Chutneys Restaurant - Wimbledon

Wimbledon
Indian££££
5.2/6109
Chutneys Restaurant - Wimbledon
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     London is one of the world's best cities to find Pan-Asian cuisine

    The UK's capital is an incredibly diverse city, with communities from all over the world - including almost every Asian country. At Pan-Asian restaurants in London you'll find Thai, Indonesian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and even Mongolian dishes, making the city a paradise for gastronomes who love to explore the tastes of the world without leaving their home town. If that sounds like you, be sure to check out the collection of Pan-Asian restaurants London has to offer on the Quandoo database.
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    What is the concept behind Pan-Asian restaurants in London?

    When we talk about Pan-Asian restaurants in London, we're not talking about simple curry houses, sushi buffets or Chinese restaurants. Instead, at the finest pan Asian restaurants in town, you'll encounter menus that blend different food cultures. It's not uncommon to find Thai chicken satay dishes on the same list as Chinese roast duck or Japanese Bento boxes. And good pan Asian chefs also like to create their own fusion dishes, incorporating elements from various countries into spectacular new tastes. That's why dining out at the best pan Asian restaurants in London is so exciting: every menu is different, with new aromas, blends and creative uses for familiar ingredients.
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    From Kuala Lumpur, to Ho Chi Minh, Tokyo and London

    Asia is the world’s largest and most populous continent, ranging from Indonesia, right through to China, Japan and Korea, in addition to India and Pakistan and all that’s in between. This vast continent brings with it a multitude of cultural differences, traditions, language and of course, food. Londoners have certainly got a taste for all things east and their love affair with Asian restaurants in London continues to grow. And it’s not just the standard Cantonese or Thai cuisines available these days; you’ll be able to find Asian restaurants in London specialising in anything from sizzling Sichuan, to fresh Vietnamese, Malaysian and Taiwanese, just to name a few. Any of these cuisines, paired alongside a fresh Asian craft beer, various whiskies, curated cocktails or perhaps later on a sake or two, will top of the affair perfectly.
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    There are Pan-Asian restaurants in London for everyone to enjoy

    What kind of dishes will you encounter on the menu at Pan-Asian eateries near you? It could feature a range of Cantonese or Szechuan noodles and chicken dishes, as well as a full array of sushi options, allowing you to mix and match. Go for a starter of prawn toasts or Szechuan chicken bites, before filling up on maki or nori for a healthy main course. There will also usually be a choice between spicy (sometimes seriously spicy) curries, seafood and vegetarian noodles. It all means that Pan-Asian restaurants in London cater for all tastes and diets.
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    Broaden your horizons with London’s Asian restaurants

    With many Brits journeying to all corners of the eastern continent, exploring untouched parts of Thailand, the marvels of Cambodia and the wild worlds of Shanghai, Tokyo and Delhi, it’s no surprise that the cravings for the delicate, bold and flavoursome dishes sampled on travels abroad has added to the influx of Asian restaurants in London that are a far cry from the more westernised Asian cuisines that London was used to. Nowadays, Londoners are opting for more regional and authentic specialities and trendy Asian street food restaurants in London, among bars, dumpling houses, pho hotspots and high-end banquet style eateries round up London’s best Asian restaurants. So get those chopsticks ready and get ready for a taste of Asia in London’s restaurants that are unlike anything you’ve ever seen in the UK until now.
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    Experience a culinary tour of Asia by booking pan Asian restaurants online

    When you book pan Asian restaurants in London online with Quandoo, you can discover completely new tastes and enjoy food from the capital's most accomplished chefs. Relax in luxurious surroundings with fine wines and take your pick from noodles, teriyaki salmon, sushi, Thai green curries, Mongolian barbecued meat, kimchi rolls and much, much more. London is a dining destination like no other, and you'll find the best Pan-Asian food in town at Quandoo.
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    Not just for meat lovers: vegetarian dishes in Asian restaurants in London

    While those who are more carnivorously inclined are covered when it comes to Asian cuisine, and can indulge in some unique and at times, interesting dishes like drunken shrimp, white ant eggs, lemon chicken and of course, British favourite, sweet and sour pork, it’s not just them that can reap the benefits of these varied cuisines. Vegetarians and vegans will be more than satisfied when dining at any Asian restaurant in London. The creative use of mock meats ranging from tofu right through to mock seafood and duck options as well as classic vegetable-based choices brimming with flavour, spice and fresh ingredients will leave all plant-based diners thrilled at the range on offer at London’s Asian restaurants.
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    Soup is back, and better than ever in London’s Asian restaurants

    Just a few short years ago, suggesting that soup would be up there with one of the most popular trends would be scoffed at. But now, eateries throughout London and the UK specialising in ramen, pho and tom yum, among many others have Londoners weak at the knees. Visit an Asian restaurant in London focusing on ramen and indulge in the several types of this Japanese noodle dish topped with meat of fish broth with seaweed, meat, menma and onions and sometimes an egg. Or go for a pho, the national Vietnamese dish brimming with fresh sprouts, vegetables and your meat of choice. In fact, any soup you’ll find in an Asian restaurant around London will leave you with a spring in your step, that’s for sure.