Mr Wing

Mr Wing

Chinese and East Asian

0.5 miles
242-244 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, West-London , SW5 0DE
Mr Wing has been open for an impressive 25 years, and during that time has gained a superb reputation amongst local foodies for its first-class Chinese cuisine, relaxed ambience and expert service, not to mention its impressive interior. As we walked in, we were instantly wowed by the giant wall-to-wall aquarium, home to a host of stunning tropical fish. The resident jazz pianist, who was playing a medley of jazz classics, added to the eatery's relaxed ambience, making the hustle and bustle of London's busy streets seem a million miles away.

Mr Wing's expert chefs are skilled in cooking regional dishes from across China, and this is reflected in the varied menu. To start, try the delicious dim sum - the fried seaweed with cashew was a personal favourite. I followed this with an intermediate course of aromatic crispy duck pancakes, before moving on to my main. There are plenty of classic stir-fry and noodle dishes to choose from. However, I was tempted by Mr Wing's range of exotic specialities, and decided on the succulent sake claypot sea bass with lily flower, red dates and wood-ear mushroom. This creative dish arrived beautifully presented and tasted as great as it looked. With fantastic fare such as this on offer, I've no doubt Mr Wing's 25-year-long success is set to continue. I can't recommend it highly enough.
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Open: Mon-Sun 12.30pm-11.30pm

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