Wan Chai Corner

3 Gerrard Street
West End London W1D 5PD
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About Wan Chai Corner

Nestled in between Soho and Leicester Square in Chinatown, Wan Chai Corner Chinese Restaurant is a bit of an institution with London’s dim sum connoisseurs. With its red and white exterior and dining room filled with sunny lemon tablecloths, this cheap and cheerful Chinese is perfect for pre-theatre meals, post-shopping snacks and group get-togethers and the kitchen serves dim sum from 11am to 5pm when it switches over to its regular traditional menu. Highlights from the Wan Chai menu include classics such as the crab meat and sweet corn soup, the stir-fried spicy mince pork with French beans and the sizzling fillet steak with green peppers in a chilli black bean sauce.

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My parents introduced me to Wan Chai Corner last summer. I have been a fan since then and have taken a number of friends there. You cannot knock this place - I don't think it is the cheapest in China Town, but at the end of the day, you pay for what you get.

Situated right in the heart of China town and on a corner this straightforward chinese offers good food and good value. The food was fairly standard and was slightly better than expected. Would visit again for a reliable meal at a good price.

real chinese!

Wan Chai Corner in London - pretty standard Chinatown restaurant, for which 8 of us ordered a very standard set menu. Starters - Spring rolls, prawn toast, seaweed, shredded chicken and spare ribs were pretty good, as was the sizeable crispy duck that followed. Main courses were a bit more disappointing, shredded beef and sweet and sour pork were both a bit dry, however at that point have to concede the beers had taken effect and we didn't really mind.

OK. Not the best Soho has to offer for Chinese food

Having booked in advance for 7 at 6pm on saturday evening (after the theatre), we were a bit unnerved when they said they had no booking for us. However, they quickly made up a table on the top floor although they were pretty busy even at this time. Service was efficient and helpful suggestions about how may portions we might need (4 of us were kids!). Good mixed appetisers and tasty crispy duck and perfectly enjoyable (though unexceptional) mains. Substantial portions and inexpensive.

enjoyable night, authentic feel, menu choice excellent, starters could not be faulted

Another great meal (dim sum) at Wan Chai.

Very good value for money, lovely food. Service a bit dissapointing, we were very rushed and they didn't make us feel welcome. It was Chinese New Year though so they were very busy.

As usual, the Wai Chai Corner gives good food at a very reasonable price. Overall good and enjoyable dining experience.

We had an enjoyable early evening meal at Wan Chai Corner in Chinatown. the surroundings are fairly basic but the food was delicious and plentiful, service brisk and efficient if not over friendly.Reasonable value - would revisit.

Food great and service fast and friendly.

Wan Chai Corner was cheap and cheerful. The food was good qaulity and tasted great for the price. Although the staff were a little abrupt and the toilets didn't bear thinking about.

Wan Chai Corner, London. Propmt service, excellent food, good prices.

Food and service was good but nothing exceptional. Standard was about the same as other china town restaurants. However it was good value as prices were lower than similar Chinese restaurants in china town. I would not exactly class it as fine dining.

food was simple and tasty. fine for a quick lunch which is what we wanted.

This is a great place for Dim Sum during the day. They finish serving Dim Sum at 5pm as this is tradition. Always busy - which great however you are never waiting too long to get a table.

Thoroughly enjoyed dining at Wai Chai Corner in Chinatown, London. We had a table for 6 on the 2nd floor by the window, which was great. The service was friendly and efficient and the food excellent.

I've been going to this restaurant way back before it changed it's name. Food is still good, and staff are a lot nicer than the average Chinese restaurants. I was surprised that the prices are cheaper than most restaurants in China Town.

Very good value and a nice meal for lunch. An enjoyable experience at Wan Chai Corner.