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Ken Lo's Memories of China

65-69 Ebury Street, LONDON, SW1W 0NZ

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A generation of well-heeled Belgravia custom has trooped through the sumptuous upscale restaurant created by the late Kenneth Lo, one of modern Chinese gastronomy's early movers and shakers in the capital. Oriental screen dividers, smartly clothed tables and a bottle-store create a fine-dining ambience for classy Chinese cooking from all the regions. A gargantuan menu in the classical idiom features delights such as Pekingese guo-tie fried dumplings filled with chicken, garlic, ginger and spring onion with a vinegary dipping sauce, as well as pepperpot fish soup, luxurious stir-fried lobster with noodles. Look out for guo da chicken in omelette batter sauced in rice vinegar and garlic, iron-plate sizzling dishes of salmon or beef, and sides such as Yangchow fried rice with shrimp, chicken and peas. Fixed-price set menus offer a traditional way of experiencing the range, and there is even the odd tempting dessert such as spun-sugar glazed apple and banana with vanilla ice cream.

Further information

Tel: 020 7730 7734
Please quote 'The AA'.
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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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