Dragon Palace

207 Earl's Court Road, London, SW5 9AN - View on a map
Telephone: 020 7370 1461

Dragon Palace Restaurant In London
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Overall 9.8
Food 9.0
Service 10.0
Atmosphere 10.0
Value 10.0
Based on 1 reviews

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A Rather Unusual Chinaman

A Rather Unusual Chinaman

Monday, February 28, 2011 - The steamed dumplings in particular were very good, packed full of flavour, and the translucent skins withstanding some clumsy chopsticking. The xiao long bau (or 'soup' dumplings) were amongst the best I have tasted in London, and worthy of their own sentence. New things to me included wobbly grilled sticks of cheung fun, moreish and smoky, and silver tip or 'rat tail' noodles, which were slightly unconventional in their texture, but nothing that outstanding in flavour. There were a few duds in the meal, with the yam croquettes overcooked, dry and mostly flavourless, and the service being pretty consistently terrible.

Gourmet Chick

Gourmet Chick - 8/10

Tuesday, December 07, 2010 - After the steamer baskets were cleared we moved on to the fried goodies. Pan-fried dried shrimp cheung fun had a light backpacker tan from the pan and was nicely crisp on the edges. The squid cakes were unusually wrapped in bean curd skin all crunchy and wrinkled after being deep fried. The skin added an interesting texture to the soft squid cake. Squares of turnip paste with wind dried meat had a rich flavour while the yam croquettes looked like a tiny birds nest, the crisp, jagged spikes protecting a juicy, centre.

Tamarind and Thyme

Tamarind and Thyme

Sunday, December 05, 2010 - First to arrive was a trio of steamed dumplings. These all gave a good first impression to the restaurant; both the prawn dumplings and scallop and prawn dumplings were generously filled with big flavourful prawns. The village dumpling (with the chive tie) was delicious with its sticky and chewy wrapping and thick, saucy fish filling...The Honey Roast Pork Buns were also very good. A more unusual offering was the Steamed Squid and Garlic. The squid itself wasn't bad but the garlic sauce smothering the tentacles was wonderful and full of well...garlic.

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