8 Treasures

2-3 Central Buildings, The Broadway, Ealing
London
West London W5 2NT
Is this your business?

Sample Menus

Book 8 Treasures Online - Fast, Free, Convenient

This Booking will earn you 100 points. (What are points?)
Please choose a time below. Use the arrows to select earlier or later times.

Special Offers

There are currently no running special offers at 8 Treasures. If you would like to be notified when an offer runs please click here.

About 8 Treasures

Situated opposite Ealing Broadway tube station, 8 Treasures is an Asian restaurant where you’ll enjoy all the flavours of the Orient in relaxed, modern surroundings. The name 8 Treasures refers to the Buddhist Eight Auspicious Treasures (or ‘babao’), and while you may not find spiritual enlightenment during your visit, heavenly food is in more than adequate supply. From delightful dim sum to mild curries and moreish noodle dishes, 8 Treasures offers a comprehensive menu of favourite Chinese dishes with a splash of Thai thrown in for good measure. In addition to the well-known classics done to traditional recipes the kitchen also prides itself on its specialties, those creative additions inspired by China but given a twist for originality - the sizzling plates are a must try.

Diner Reviews - Only diners who have booked and dined can write a review

There was 12 of us... Food was really good. Service a bit slow but staff very friendly.

Having been here close to ten times, my last time was a bit of a disappointment mainly due to two reasons. First, the two meat dishes that I ordered (French beans with pork bits and a sizzling plate of black pepper beef) simply contained too little meat. This drew my attention to the price. This has been one of the few Chinese restaurants to kind of justify their high prices but I'm not so sure anymore. The Xiaolongbao wasn't up to its usual standard either. Service was good as usual.

We tried Ealing's 8 Treasures Chinese Restaurant because it's still pretty new and has been heavly praised in recent reviews. On arrival the staff were welcoming and remained attentive throughout the meal. The beer and wine were well selected and reasonably priced. The food was fine but not as impressive as the reviews suggested. Some of the dishes were tasty whilst others lacked a certain something. Perhaps it was a lack of attention by the chef as it was a quiet night. Overall, not bad.

very nice thai cury and crispyy duck for start, friendly staff as well

Great food and an extensive menu, met the owner which was nice but service was a bit slow-took a long time to get the mains out and although staff and service was friendly it was difficult to get their attention at times

This was our second visit and it was just as fantastic as the first, it was a lot busier this time as it was a Friday and they also had an issue with the computerised till but it did not affect anything at all, the service was good, the food was just as delicious and the owners were very charming, Younger remembered us straight away and sat us somewhere warm which was much appreciated, the only thing I could fault was the coldness of the bathrooms ! We will no doubt be back soon.

Great food. Excellent, attentive service. Food was good and enjoyed by all.

wow what a pleasant suprise, a VERY lovely chinese meal in Ealing !! Decor is fantastic, staff really lovely and food to die for, had a very nice chat with the owners, I was even lent a pair of glasses as I had forgotten mine, brilliant customer service. We will be recommending to all and we will definitely be back, delicious authentic cuisine makes a nice change !!

Good food as usual, authentic mainland Chinese cuisine. Had the boiling hot, spicy seabass, the preserved duck eggs, and fried green beans today. All tasty.

Having been to China several times I'm a sucker for the authentic Chinese cuisine, and I'm pleased to say that this restaurant serves all the most popular dishes I've tried - and they do them well too.

I would recommend the cooked seabass in vegetables - suan cai yu, and the green beens and fried minced pork - gan bian zi ji dou. Delicious.

The place does feel a bit empty though, it's a big place, but all the guests I've seen have been Chinese, and this is usually a good sign. :)

very nice food and nice venue - had to wait a while but not too bad

Onlyt thing table are a bit too small for people with lomg legs

I went to 8 Treasures on Ealing Broadway for a birthday meal and was extremely satisfied with the meal. The dim sum was perfect and the Dong-Po pork belly was the softest and juiciest meat I've ever eaten. There was so much of it that I literally didn't eat for a day afterwards. The restaurant had beautiful Asian decor and a mini-waterfall type thing! The manager was very friendly and jested at my use of chopsticks - I like to think it's my own style... Would definitely return!

Was good

We had a nice meal at 8 treasures in Ealing. Charming service and decent portion sizes in general. It is a big restaurant so suffers a little from an empty feel when it isn't busy but the rich surroundings and pillars do help a little.

8 Treasures, Ealing Broadway. Tasty food, good choice for vegetarians. Excellent recommendations from staff about choice of dishes. Never seen such luxurious toilets.

8 treasures was a good experience - charming attentative service but not instrusive either. The pork dumplings were a little bland and doughy, but otherwise food was generally very good - we had the mixed meat curry, the red curry, sichuan porrk and the 8 treasures spicy lamb, frangrant rice - all good and portion sizes were also reasonable. On a saturday stil quiet emptyish at 8:30, and the place is quite caverous but hopefully that will change as people try this place. We'll be going again.

Quite pricey for the quality of food (paid £55 for a meal of 2 starters, 2 mains and wine). Most starters are deep fried although it's not indicated in the menu, we had to send ours back. Service was good although we were starving by the time our mains were served and the restaurant wasn't even full (it was a Friday night). Decor is nice but food is very average, I don't think we'll be coming back.

8 treasures is a great addition to ealing. it was a quiet monday bank holiday when we visited but we were not disappointed. the food was great, lots of variety! good choice of wine at a great price and attentive and personal service. definately go back!

8 treasures is deffinately a tresure. I generally am not a big fan of chinese but this place had ace food and excellent service. Will be going back for sure.

8 Treasures is a new-ish restaurant conveniently placed opposite Ealing Broadway tube. This is the second time we've been around 6pm on a Thursday - probably not the best time since we rattle around in the space a little. The food, however, makes up for it. It's really very tasty, though a little pricey. So tasty that I'm concerned it contains MSG. There's nothing on their website to say that MSG isn't used. It may, however, be completely MSG-free and, if so, it's wonderful! Recommended