Exuding opulence and culinary excellence, Park Chinois ushered in a fine-dining take on Chinese cuisine and now offers an equally indulgent Brunch menu every Saturday.
Thanks to legendary restaurateur Alan Yau it has become the first word in luxury and was one of the first ventures to tap into the fine-dining potential of Chinese cuisine.
For fans of theatre and spectacle, there can be no place like Park Chinois; enter the glitzy, gilded bar with gold columns, unwind in chintzy Oriental private dining rooms and relax in the main restaurant - think crimson velvet drapes, intricate floral décor and ornate statues – before going on a vibrant Far East food journey with Park Chinois’ decadent Champagne Brunch.
Brunch is just £58 per person and includes three mouth-watering courses, plus half a bottle of Charles Heidsieck Champagne and a signature cocktail (including Spritz Chinois and ‘Rouge Intime’, infused with Konik’s Tail vodka, rhubarb, raspberry and lavender-infused acacia honey), a beer or a wine on arrival. To start, why not enjoy a dim sum platter, with fillings to include Hokkaido scallop, scampi and veggie options such as black truffle and morel mushroom. These are followed by your choice of main, such as wild sea bass, Cantonese roast duck and xo black cod, plus chocolate fondant, homemade sorbet and homemade ice cream to finish.
Keep a look out for events as they often feature live performances alongside food service. It’s just a short walk to Green Park Tube Station, about three minutes away on foot.
Sat: 12pm - 4pm
- Gluten Free
- Private Dining
- Vegetarian Options
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Disabled Access
- Live Music
- Online Booking