Asian Bars in London

When it comes to offering an authentic flavour of Asia, you just know that London's got it covered. The capital is bursting at the seams with quirky and charismatic Asian-themed venues just waiting to be tried, so whether you're looking for an indulgent feast at a top Chinese eatery or hoping to kick back and relax in a secretive Vietnamese drinking den, there's something for you. Check out our hand-picked selection of the best Asian bars in London!

Last updated on 29th November 2019




Ping Pong is the place to be if you want delicious dim sum. Located across London, you can shop to your heart's content before settling in for one of their fantastic cocktails, all while you watch the masterful chefs create dim sum in open view.

Mint Leaf Lounge

81 user reviews 4

City Lunch Menu/ 2 courses £23 - 3 Courses £26 and 2 other offers

It's Mint Leaf's perfect balance between the ancient traditions and authentic flavours of India that makes it a stand out Asian bar. With a restaurant that can cater for gatherings of up to 300, its an ideal candidate for private functions of all shapes and sizes for parties prone to indulging in a little fine Indian cuisine.

Nanban

648 user reviews 4

Offering stunning food and eclectic cocktails, Nanban Brixton is one of the best Asian bars in London. Mixing international flavours into Japanese cuisine, it's an experience for even those with the most adventurous palates. 

The Courtesan

230 user reviews 4

With a dark, vintage decor that creates something of an atmospheric buzz as soon as you walk in, The Courtesan serves up a good range of traditional Dim Sum alongside a list of drinks with more than the occasional nod to Imperial China. High quality across the board ensures that this Brixton haunt is rightly installed as one of London's leading Asian-themed bars.

Inamo Covent Garden

320 user reviews 4

Few can match Inamo when it comes to innovation. Covent Garden's newest restaurant is tech-savvy to the max; allowing guests to place order via sleek tablets, to set their own digital tabletops and even to check in on the kitchen by tuning in to chef cam. Head chef Jon Claro prepares a pan-Asian spread of sushi, sashimi and tapas options, with the sushi bar downstairs just perfect for a post-dinner tipple.