Yauatcha (Soho)

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Yauatcha (Soho) Address 15-17 Broadwick Street, Soho, London W1F 0DL
Yauatcha (Soho) Phone 020 7494 8888
Yauatcha (Soho) Opening Hours Monday - Sunday : 12noon - 10pm
Friday & Saturday : 12noon - 10:30pm
Yauatcha (Soho) Food Price £63 - £108 per pax
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What people say about Yauatcha (Soho)

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4.2
197 reviews
  • Upstairs is lighter and brighter than the basement level but the latter is more intimate

  • The dim sum selection is fantastic and the loose leaf teas on offer leave you spoilt for choice

  • Visiting London for the week and finding the good places to eat has become an absolute challenge as there are so many great restaurants with great reviews

  • So I decided to try out Yauatcha for my 1st dinner in town for some dimsum and it was absolutely great

  • The portions are good size as well

  • As a vegetarian this is the best dim sum in London in terms of variety and in terms of stepping away from the typical vegetable dumpling

  • The mushroom chung fung is also a delight

  • Drinks both alcoholic and non alcoholic are great and match the high quality of the food and the ambience

  • Everything looked so luxurious and really was of a high quality

  • I fell in love with the bbq ribs

  • The food is delicious and the service is also very good and attentive

  • It is hard to associate fine dining with Chinese food especially in London

  • Chinese fine dining in China is like French fine dining in France

  • It is a finesse show but once it is moved abroad the performance is just not the same

  • The variety of dumplings is big enough to eat only that

  • Nice place to invite non Chinese friends over for a taste in dim sum if they are not used to Chinatown style of crowded tiny restaurants

  • On the corner of Broadwick street in Soho and glimmering with its pale blue exterior windows you walk into a restaurant with a warm and buzzing ambience

  • The ground floor has a darker Lounge area with a long bar serving cocktails of your choice

  • Best know for its dim sum (which is amazing and beats Royal China any day) the menu serves a great selection of contemporary Chinese dishes including small hot pots

  • Noodles (the Singapore vermicelli is delicious) and rice dishes

  • I've been scouting dim sum in London that is as good as Wing Tai

  • The prawn and pork dishes are highly recommended and you'll get all of your dim sum favourites done to the highest of qualities

  • We ordered all vegetarian options and were not disappointed

  • Yauatcha (Soho) is not only for dim sum but worth visiting for tea and cake and a bit of relaxation time

  • The service was good overall apart from an odd waiter who was quiet disorganised and inattentive

  • The veggie dim sums and dumplings were very good along with hot and sour soup

  • It was the best prawn thing I&rsquo

  • Yauatcha (Soho) definitely lives up to its name and is definitely deserving of its Michelin star

  • Course they are a little on the pricier side

  • The dumplings are out of this world amazing &

  • Despite the fact that I was going to gate crash his party only 11 days after he left

  • Any excuse for a tasty meal is surely always a worthy one

  • A pretty amazing place with delicious food

  • Their cocktails are really delicious and the platters too

  • We started off with har gau and a dumpling filled with prawn

  • The har gau was bursting with its prawn filling

  • Enough spice and all produce are from top fresh quality

  • They have a big range of coctails and between 5 of us we tried 9 cocktails cause they were so delicious and easy to drink

  • Like I said every dish was amazing but the real stand outs were the king crab shanghai siew long bun

  • The truffle pork belly rib and the coconut sorbet that came with th3 passionfruit mango dome

  • Their selection was breathtaking

  • Lavender and Honey and Early Grey and Lemon Macaroons as we were very keen to try their macaroons

  • My favorite was the Salted Caramel followed by the Early Grey and Lemon

  • This was also the case with the Lavender and Honey macaroon where all you could taste was chocolate

  • Yauatcha is the best Cantonese cuisine on offer in London (I've sampled the vegetarian tasting menu at sister restaurant Hakassan

  • Whilst the venue is more glamorous the vegetarian food here is more imaginative)

  • Emerald green garden dumplings are an excellent vegetarian appetiser and I especially recommend the vegetarian Cheung fun

  • Unctuous and bursting with three types of mushrooms

  • The delicate Singapore vermicelli noodles come with seafood on the menu

  • I always ask for them to make me a vegetarian version with lots of crunchy bean sprouts and slivered veg and I never regret it

  • The prices are surprising reasonable for a Michelin starred restaurant (I've had many satisfying vegetarian meals here that came to £

  • 20/ person with judicious ordering and without dessert)

  • Im not that experienced with ordering dim sum

  • The tables are too close together

  • Luckily I wasn't paying the other dinners any attention as we were too busy chatting away

  • S dim sum selection is pretty good

  • The sauces are divine and the selection of shrimp based dim sum's are my favorite

  • The customer service is good but could be faster

  • The dim sum is amazing and me and my girlfriends never leave the restaurant without a round of Lichee Martinis and a serving each of the mushroom and truffle springrolls

  • Serving delightfully laid out macaroons and desserts which are instantly irresistible

  • A fusion Asian and European menu with a wide range of selection

  • M going to be completely honest with you &ndash

  • T very adventurous with our ordering

  • Yauatcha is a high end Chinese restaurant with branches in Soho and the City (we visited the former)

  • I went on a Sunday evening for a family meal and it was definitely worth us booking in advance

  • Whilst this is slightly understandable given the restaurant&rsquo

  • I visited here back during autumn moon festival for their special dessert and realised why Yauatcha (Soho) was so popular

  • The only thing I can slate was the staff as we had a lot of waiting around

  • The only down side is that the staff can be a bit rude and aggressive

  • What a great dinner I just had with my friends at this excellent restaurant

  • I would have been completely happy with just a scoop (or three) of that mandarin sorbet

  • Being a Chinese chef by choice was a delightful pick

  • Was pleasantly satisfied with all they had to offer in yum cha ritual

  • Malaysian fried rice were also next level

  • An excellent restaurant with delicious food and great atmosphere

  • Crispy aromatic duck with egg fried rice

  • Venison puffs and char siu bun were my favorites

  • Egg fried rice was ok but nothing special

  • The prices are surprisingly reasonable for a Michelin starred restaurant

  • Very good Chinese food in Soho dim sum were light and authentic

  • The chee cheong fun 'skin' were very thin and adequately filled

  • We visited the Soho outlet on a recent trip and were amazed by the interiors and the sheer size of the space

  • They serve an extensive menu with ample vegetarian choice

  • The portion sizes were slightly small but the taste more than made up for it

  • The staff and service were nice and the food was brought out fairly quickly

  • The place is a tad bit expensive but Yauatcha is an experience

  • We had a reservation and the table we were given matched our reservation requests perfectly

  • Lobster dumpling with tobiko caviar"

  • At that point we were quite full

  • We finally finished with two desserts (which were good but we couldn't enjoy them properly since we were too full at this point) and a pot of "

  • I wanted to taste blue tea but was confused since there were several sorts of blue tea on the menu

  • The atmosphere was fantastic and the service was wonderful

  • Is one of the best deals in London

  • Personally the atmosphere is a bit too glitzy for me

  • One of the best experience of my life

  • Doesn't know what he/she is missing out on

  • Then yes this is a place to go

  • Each dim sum is different than the next

  • The only thing I'd have to say is that although well cooked

  • My brothers and I were looking for a place to have a quick bite and thought

  • Was a very soft and almost liquid like dim sum full with whole pieces of prawns

  • Came in the generic dumpling shape but was green again

  • The wagyu beef puff was really nice and tender

  • Juicy and had a hint of sweetness which is one of my favourite things in savoury foods

  • The duck roll we order was slightly on the dry side

  • The hoisin sauce was very little for the amount of roll we had

  • This was lunch time and was decently packed

  • Anyone who loves dim sums and is in London has to try it

  • Went for the first time and ordered a lot of dimsums it was very good but some of them I found very bland

  • The prawns and choice dumpling was much better then all the other prawn dimsums we had from them

  • Overall it is good and will come back to try the other dishes then the dimsums

  • This time I thought about trying this extensively hyped Chinese place with its huge fan following for their amazingly tasty dim sum

  • The moment we stepped into this gorgeous restaurant we were totally amazed on being greeted by a gorgeous case of amazing decadent desserts like chocolate truffles

  • The dining area of Yauatcha (Soho) feels like a very hip nightclub with tiny lights

  • The ambience of the place was really unique with enclaves in the walls with electric candles so the room is dark but candlelit

  • The kitchen is visible through the frosted glass and one can appreciate the way it was run

  • I am not very easy with Chinese cuisines and there very complicated menu so to be on the safe side we decided to order Chicken dumplings

  • The food was served quick and was some amazing Chinese I had since quite sometime and probably the best dumplings in London

  • The restaurant serves a wide range of teas that pair perfectly with any of the beauties in the elegant patisserie at the entrance

  • It was slightly on the higher side but considering London and Michelin star was worth it all

  • Not much to say other than the dim sums were the very very good

  • Visited the restaurant Saturday evening with friends to celebrate my birthday

  • Food service was chaotic but fast to arrive

  • Manager called to the table offer free single drink only for me in return and with sarcastic smile said that unfortunately has nothing else to offer to us

  • Venison Puff (9/10) It's impossible to not compare this with the venison puff at neighboring Duck and Rice (Also Alan Yau)

  • The pastry is normally perfectly buttery with an equally decadent filling of stewed venison

  • The dumpling surrounding the pork and prawn meatball is ethereally thin

  • (8/10) The buns are moist and pillowy soft

  • The pork within is not overly sweet as char siu often is

  • King crab Shanghai siew long bun with pork (8/10) There is enough pork fat within the broth to maximize flavor while not overpowering the delicate crab within

  • The dumplings are perfectly thin and do not suffer from guminess lesser iterations of this dish suffer from

  • I find that the beancurd wrapped prawns that are further encased by the cheung fun noodle are texturally complex

  • The bean curd adds a feint nuttiness that pairs well with the prawn and soy soaked noodles

  • Offer a more complex flavor profile with the slight gaminess from the venison

  • (8/10) This is not for everyone

  • A lot of the joy of this dish is from a textural point

  • Though the turnip is certainly at the forefront of the dishes flavor profile

  • I love the contrast of the caramelized surface with the mushy interior

  • I find myself adding soy to it as there is not enough preserved egg to last the entirety of the dish

  • The serving is very generous

  • The patisserie is not evocative of Chinese food at all

  • Would go there again if we are in London again

  • Yuatcha has been very popular on London's gourmet circuit with other outlets now spanning across the city

  • The service was appallingly slow with attention to clientele almost missing

  • The tea selection and desserts were mesmerizingly beautiful as well as tasty but without impeccable service it just left a sour taste unfortunately

  • Everything was good and service was very good

  • Definitely one the best place out there to eat Dim Sum

  • I expected from Yauatcha nothing but the best and I certainly got it

  • Service and atmosphere to the food itself I was completely blown away

  • The staff was more than helpful to help us decide whether to mix sweet/sour drinks with crispy duck roll

  • The food however is quite decent

  • Trendy Chinese restaurant with a nice bar and music

  • The food is very good with many different options

  • One of the best Chinese restaurants in London

  • The desserts were simply mouth watering

  • We came for a business lunch during the week and service was great even at a busy time

  • Particularly the cheung fun with beancurd and prawn

  • Is what Yauatcha (Soho) is most known

  • Crystal dumplings are briliiantly defined

  • HANDS DOWN the best Chinese restaurant in town

  • This is a fine dining place the ambiance is not in any way or form too formal to make you feel uncomfortable

  • I urge you all to come here and taste the best food in London

  • T disappoint staff were courteous and welcoming from the start

  • They asked us to sit on the bar to wait while our table is being ready

  • We thought the portion was a bit too small but it did well to feed us all

  • Ordered a cake to share as we were quite full

  • A bit pricey but we parted with our money happily

  • The food options are great even for a vegetarian and goes without saying

  • The macaroons are delicious (note includes gelatin)

  • The venison puff is my favorite

  • It also has a fabulous bar with cool bartenders

  • I usually have the High Mountain Oolong to go with the dim sum

  • One of the best places and Handsdown to the awesome Chinese restaurant in town

  • The restaurant is really nice and classy

  • The dessert selection is outstanding

  • I tried the sticky rice in lotus leaves with some dry prawns for the first time and I don't regret it

  • Szechuan chicken is delicacy you shouldn't be missing on if are here

  • The quality of food was below standards expected

  • Staters came with some main meals and other main meals didn&rsquo

  • All of these cute products were so beautifully crafted and cooked that I can barely find a weakness

  • All main courses and a duck spring roll starter were pedestrian at best

  • What never fails to entertain my taste buds are the venison puffs and prawn &

  • I would also recommend having the vegetable congee with the chili squid

  • Always fresh springy squid and the Chili oats work well with the congee

  • Ve a lunch or dinner in Yauatcha is now a must in London

  • High quality Chinese food with flavors and textures blended together traditionally yet with unique twists

  • They were very understanding that a person of the party was running late

  • Made sure we were seated comfortably

  • A drink we got the Lime and Passion Iced Tea which was a great combination

  • The second main was the crispy aromatic duck

  • Great presentation and was just simply delicious

  • Environment is very nice service is best

  • Top tasty dish is yam cha you must try it

  • The environment is a combination of a bar and a club

  • It seems that the waiters are the customers

  • I had been here with my friend Anoop Kushwah

  • The place were awesome and the taste of food was better than expected

Yauatcha (Soho) Specialties

  • Chinese
  • Dim Sum
  • Cantonese
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