Influenced by the best flavours across China, Chinese Cricket Club’s unique and exotic menu celebrates Chinese cuisine through traditional techniques

The restaurant has speciality dishes named in honour of the fictional story of the captain of the Shanghai XI cricket team, Feng, who travelled to England in 1857 with his bride Xiu.

The couple arrived at Blackfriars Docks and travelled to Limehouse, where Xiu opened the city’s first authentic Chinese restaurant.

Their tradition is carried on by the warm atmosphere of Chinese Cricket Club and its extensive menu of handcrafted dim sum and specialty dishes.

until February 17th, diners will be treated to a feast from chef Tony Truong, costing from £128 per head, to be shared between a minimum of four diners.

Kick off the celebrations with appetisers to share, featuring a Prosperity Salad with tuna, salmon & yellowtail and Traditional Peking Duck.

Standout main courses include Steamed Whole Seabass with spring onion & ginger and Roasted BBQ Pork with Jellyfish.

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19 New Bridge St, London EC4V 6DB