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Reviews

Mandarin Kitchen
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4.1 out of 5 stars

Maud Hu
Maud Hu

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Great Chinese restaurant for seafood lovers! The crab noodles were huge and yummy! I loved the salt and pepper squid, and the pork belly preserved vegetables dish! Highly recommend! Big veggie dishes in terms of portions 🙂

Samson Wong
Samson Wong

4 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Mandarin kitchen is just outside Queensway tube station. They offer the best lobster noodles in London with lots of chunky pieces of lobster meat. The chicken was also good with the salt and pepper squid. Really enjoyed the tofu with minced beef and soups. Very friendly staff and a really good Chinese option in London.

May Cheung
May Cheung

4 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Convenient location, just a stone throw away from Queensway tube station.

Family run Chinese restaurant where we use to go all the time, felt quite nostalgic going again.

We always order our favourite, the lobster cooked with ginger and spring onion served on a bed of crispy noodles, it is absolutely delicious. We also ordered the fried crispy chicken with prawn crackers, mixed seafood noodles, roast pork (char siu) and a vegetable broth...

Friendly staff and excellent food, couldn't ask for more.

Until next time.

Natalie Brittan
Natalie Brittan

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Long-standing institution and family-run business that manages to do remarkably well despite the challenges of Covid and supply chain issues.

Alex and Robert are always exceedingly hospitable and friendly. The menu offers traditional Cantonese fare and the seafood is the main attraction with the lobster noodles worth travelling across the globe for as evidenced by their international clientele.

Our favourites include the sesame prawn toast, the Mandarin (京都) ribs and are always a hit with the children.

The interior is well-decorated and clean, there was a buzzy atmosphere for the Lunar New Year and staff are always efficient. We certainly intend to return as much as we can and have eaten here on many happy occasions.

Jean Loh
Jean Loh

3 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Come just for their lobster noodles! After all these years even with a change of chef, it lived up to expectations - springy egg noodles in the thick ginger & spring onion sauce. Apart from that dish, the rest the dishes are just mediocre. We started with the shredded Peking duck, which I found rather dry, the pancake was also quite dehydrated and the plum sauce tasted odd. Quite like the salt & pepper squid, it is deep fried very well and not rubbery. Rest of the dishes are not worth a mention as it was just subpar.

Nonetheless still a popular joint, and it’s best to make a reservation to be sure of a table.

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