- Main course: £15
- Food spend: £45
- Opening hours
- Sunday to Thursday : 12:00 - 22:30 Friday to Saturday : 12:00 - 23:00.
Serving fiery Sichuan dishes, Barshu is a Chinatown restaurant championed by the likes of esteemed food critic, Jay Rayner. Flavour-packed dishes originating in south west China feature on the Barshu menu, housed within lavish Oriental surroundings.
Vibrant dishes on the Barshu menu include a platter of spicy crab, cooked in lashings of chilli and ginger, and taro-braised chicken in chilli and broad bean sauce. Barshu’s famous Dan Dan noodles are inspired by the street vendors of Chengdu, and feature among a range of street snacks and soups, while a selection of dry wok-cooked delicacies are an adventure away from popular chicken, fish, beef, lamb and vegetarian offerings.
While many of the dishes at Barshu in Chinatown are eye-wateringly hot, the restaurant focuses on the subtleties of eastern Chinese flavouring, offering a range of different tastes and textures. Ornately carved decorations characterise the Barshu interior, a regal space of rich blue and gold.
Barshu in London is just a minutes’ walk from Shaftesbury Avenue, and a 4-minute walk from Leicester Square Tube Station.
28 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 5LF
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