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Ken Lo's Memories of China

65-69 Ebury Street, LONDON, SW1W 0NZ

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This sumptuous restaurant was created by the late Kenneth Lo, one of modern Chinese gastronomy's early movers and shakers. Oriental screen dividers, clothed tables and a bottle store create a fine-dining ambience for classy Chinese cooking. The lengthy menu features crispy soft-shell crab in excellent tempura, five spice spare ribs and soups such as lamb and cucumber. Move on to velvety slices of quick-fried lamb given a kick of ginger and spring onions, Cantonese-style sweet-and-sour prawns or crispy aromatic duck. Accompaniments such as fluffy fried rice studded with shrimps, chicken and peas are spot on, and there may even be mango sorbet to finish.

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Tel: 020 7730 7734
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Open/closed

Dates closed: 25-26 Dec
Sunday lunch available.

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Chinese
Chef: Peter Shum Tsui
Number of seats: 120
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Steps for wheelchair: 1
Children welcome.
Children's portions.

 
 
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Nearest station: Victoria

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