Level 33 The Shard, 31 St. Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY +44 2081281158
- Main course: £25
- Food spend: £45
- Opening hours
- Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 23:00
Very nice! Food delicious! Service 5 stars! Decorations amazing!!!
24 September 2016
Bringing ground-breaking Chinese cuisine to one of London's most famous buildings, Hutong is housed on the 33rd floor of The Shard. From the sultry dining room at this restaurant in The Shard, floor-to-ceiling windows frame jaw-dropping views of the city.
Inspired by its famous namesake restaurant in Hong Kong, the Hutong menu features favourite northern Chinese recipes served with contemporary flair. Enjoy acclaimed signature dishes at this Shard restaurant, like crispy lamb ribs with pancakes, sizzling prawns with jasmine tea leaves, or mango cheesecake with sesame dumplings. Hutong restaurant at The Shard in London also offers a delicately crafted selection of dim sum.
Offsetting its glittering glass façade, the Hutong dining room features traditional oriental décor, like smooth dark-wood panelling, and delicate patterned lanterns. Head to the glossy Shanghai Bar at The Shard for unrivalled views of the London skyline, and enjoy oriental-style cocktail mixes inspired by traditional Chinese medicine.
A spectacular addition to the London restaurant scene, Hutong restaurant at The Shard is found adjacent to London Bridge Tube and Train stations.
Level 33 The Shard, 31 St. Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY
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Customer reviews for Hutong
((((( 1 October 2016 by Janet Gayler from London
Hutong at the Shard was delightful for a dim sum lunch. There was a lot of choice, including, lobster and prawn dishes as well as vegetarian and meat. The ambience is amazing, the staff helpful and friendly. The only disappointment is that they no longer serve ginger and honey ice cream which was unbelievably wonderful.
((((( 1 October 2016 by Harendra De silva from London
Excellent experience. We went for the Hutong Experience lunch which was delicious and very good value. Friendly, efficient service
and the most amazing views.
((((* 29 September 2016 by Andrew Albright from London
Food was excellent.
Service very good.
Table allocation excellent.
One point: Table surface was a bit sticky; cleaning should be improved.
((((( 29 September 2016 by Jay Emambux from West Byfleet
((((* 29 September 2016 by Maria from London
The lunch experience menu was great as it allowed us to try various different dishes, the dim sum and the chicken were the best! Views were also great on a sunny day. Service could have been a bit quicker and more attentive.
((((* 29 September 2016 by Emine Akdag from Istanbul
Lovely environment with helpful staff,memorable taste of great food and wine selection with the best panoramic London view.We enjoyed well organized service however it was quite in rush as we had a table for 10.30 pm. I recommend to go there latest 9.00 pm, so you can have your dinner with pleasure.Restaurant manager was so friendly and wellcoming when we give feedback about quick service, which makes it still one of must seen for London with the total experience.
(**** 28 September 2016 by Temi Ilori from London
Horrible! Food was served cold and very bland! A very bad let down as the food was very expensive. Couldn't eat even half of the meals we ordered and we were thanking heavens we'd had some light snacks before we came. Definitely not going back again.
((((* 28 September 2016 by Mary Schoff from London
The Service was excellent and the meal was delicious and very different from most London Chinese restaurants. Our choices of Crispy prawns with wasabi, "Red Lantern" Soft Shell crabs and Crispy boneless lamb ribs were perfect.
My only criticism would be that the chairs were very uncomfortable.
(**** 27 September 2016 by Charlotte Rigby from Salisbury
very disappointing. The food was very average no better than local takeaway. service was poor.
((*** 27 September 2016 by Jo Sheldrake from Ware
Did not enjoy the £35 menu at all. The first course was a bowl of ghastly glutinous fish soup, with very little flavour, only one person in our party of four managed to eat it. The filling of the dumplings, which was the next course, was delicious, but again the outer part seemed to be made of gelatine - is that normal? The main course, a chicken dish and a cuttle fish one was OK. We had our pudding and coffee at another establishment, but our bill was still far too expensive for what we had received.
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