Mandarin Kitchen, Bayswater – London

Revisiting Mandarin Kitchen, London for their irresistibly good Lobster Noodles. Since I last visited them 5 years ago (previous post), I’ve started looking for similarly good versions in Singapore.

The restaurant undergone renovations recently and was looking bright and more modern now.

Ordered steamed scallops drizzled with soy sauce, reasonably fresh but was slightly over-cooked. Nonetheless, the savoury sauce was excellent.

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Star dish – Lobster Noodles (ginger and spring onion) was still as good. Managed to capture a shot before it was served onto individual plates for us. There are total of 6 ways to serve the Lobster: Ginger & Spring Onion, Garlic & Spring Onion, Black Bean & Green Pepper Chilli Sauce, Sashimi, Steamed, Garlic & Peppercorn Salt. Only the first 3 serving are recommended to go with the soft noodles.

Luckily we visited a few days before Chinese New Year (reserved about 2 weeks prior to visit via phone call) as the server told us they were fully booked for that period.

14-16 Queensway
London W2 3RX
Tel: +44 (0)20 77279012

Photos taken earlier during day trip to Stonehenge & Bath


Interesting info: did you know that there is a bulbhead at the base of the stones? Its said to improve stability of the structure as part of the foundation. It is seen here on one of the toppled stones.


Roman Baths

Bath Abbey

The Real Italian Ice Cream_01

Had a nice gelato in Bath on 17 York Street. The pink/white flavour was Amarena Marbling. Luv it!

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