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Yauatcha is a slick Soho hideaway serving modern Chinese delicacies and dim sum. Designed by the acclaimed Christian Liaigre, the dining room features an open kitchen for views of the chefs.
Specialising in small plates and all-day grazing offerings, the Yauatcha menu showcases delicate steamed dim sum, fresh seafood, and sumptuous oriental-style meats. Enjoy favourites like crispy aromatic duck, stir-fry pepper chilli seafood with asparagus.
Bespoke desserts are crafted with the utmost skill at Yauatcha in Soho, with handmade chocolates and macarons on offer, as well as mandarin macadamia, or a summery raspberry delice. Fruity and cleansing cocktails are mixed using the finest available ingredients, while the drinks list features vintage wines, sakes, and flowering teas. Choose from a delicious range of chocolates, gateaux and macarons at the Yauatcha Patisserie.
A sister restaurant of the celebrated Hakkasan fleet, Yauatcha in London sits 8 minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus Tube Stations.
The dress code is smart casual.
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- afternoon tea (23)
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- breakfast (2)
- business (72)
- child friendly (18)
- dinner (245)
- entertainment (41)
- large parties (41)
- lunch (167)
- luxury (80)
- private dining (38)
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15 August 2013
We had an excellent meal - 9 small courses, but was definitely enough. A brilliant range of food that was excellently presented with attentive but never pushy waiting staff. The food was delicate, elegant with layers of flavour, colours, and textures. Excellent cocktail to go with it. The dinning room is very cool, and although it was a michelin star the experience was never stuffy but with all the subtly and class you expect from this level of restaurant - will be going again, and have told my friends.
14 August 2013
Food was excellent.... restaurant very noisy....talking competing with the music.....service very polite but very rushed....not sure if I would go again.
12 August 2013
It started of good...we arrived 10 min early and that was no problem, we were shown to our table right away, next to the bar.A waiter gave us the menu, but realized after a while that we had ordered the 9 course taster menu online, and took them back. She asked what kind of cocktails we wanted to start with before the meal (at least that is what we thought) but after a very short while our first 2 samples of food arrived, before the cocktails! We had been told online that they needed our table back after 2 hours, and that was no problem for us. We were out of the restaurant within one hour! The food came so fast that we did not even have the chance to taste one sample before the next two arrived!!! We felt that we had to hurry up eating and were given little chance to enjoy it! In addition there were 3 to 4 waiters hanging around the bar discussing rather loudly with the bartender and each other during a big part of our meal.With regards to the food itself we were rather disappointed...it looked great, but at least half of it tasted almost nothing, and that includes the desert! All in all, not a great experience, and we will not be going back!
12 August 2013
8 August 2013
We dined early on the Star deal menu. The service was just right, not too intrusive, but the waiting staff explained each dish that came out. The food was the best dim sum I have eaten. The best dish was Prawn and beancurd cheung which was a revelation. Cocktails and desserts were equally good. I will definately go back.
7 August 2013
Exemplary on every level. Ambience, service, attention to detail and of course food and drink. Cannot recommend highly enough.
6 August 2013
Loved the dimsum at Yautcha!
5 August 2013
The dim sum and drinks were super tasty. Dessert was particularly luxurious. We were sitting a little too close to some other diners and had to make quite an effort not to be disturbed or disturb their conversation, which was a bit awkward, but typical of most venues in London.
5 August 2013
Really excellent slant on Chinese food - so much better than the normal Chinese offerings.
1 August 2013
Great good but the service was very disappointing - very slow (even though the place wasn't even half full! and we were actually asked by the waiter what food we had been served halfway through service.
Star Deal - 2 courses & a glass of prosecco £28 per person
Star Deal - Tou Chan 4 course menu & cocktail £45 per person.