Chinese Cricket Club Restaurant is located opposite Blackfriars station in the Grade II-listed Crowne Plaza London – The City hotel.
Chinese Cricket Club was founded in London in 2009 and has since become one of the The City of London's most distinguished Chinese restaurants. Head Chef Ken Wang's dedication to Chinese cuisine has achieved the restaurant it's first AA Rosette. Serving authentic Chinese cuisine and classic Cantonese style Dim Sum with monthly Dim Sum master classes and Lion Dance performances on popular Chinese calendar dates.
The restaurant is named in honour of the Chinese National Cricket team, who played their first international match in 2009. The title also commemorates the recent translation of the Laws of Cricket into Mandarin by the Asian Cricket Council.
Please note the restaurant will be closed from 7th to 20th August and for lunch on Monday 28th August.
|Bottle of House Wine||£25.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£44.00|
A word from the chef:
Leading Chinese Cricket Club's culinary expansion with over 12 years’ experience, Chef Ken Wang's individual style of cooking fuses modern techniques with authentic flavours to ensure his contemporary dishes retain the essence of conventional Chinese cuisine.
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