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Smugglers Way, Wandsworth, London SW18 1DE
- Putney Bridge Underground Station (1.5 km)
- Putney Bridge Station (1.5 km)
- Wandsworth Town BR Station (0.2 km)
- Imperial Wharf Station (1.5 km)
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020 8874 9878
1453 London Road, London SW16 4AQ
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5 reviews of China Boulevard in English
50% off for their dim sum and their dim sum is top notch. Stuff that would have otherwise cost double.
They dont skim off either so you really do get a normal portion. 2 persons with a reasonable apetite with chinese tea sets you back around £30 which is a bargain given how refined the food is.
Excellent food, service is fine.
China Boulevard isn't exactly the easiest restaurant to find, nor is it in the swankiest location you'll ever see - you'll have to wander past Holiday Inns, a huge B&Q unit, Wandsworth's mini-ring road, and quiet residential flats - but that's just as well. We can't have everybody finding it.
Possibly because of their out-of-the-way location, everything at China Boulevard seems to put just that little bit of effort in. The staff are some of the friendliest I've experienced, while service is quick and efficient and there's plenty of space for large parties. What's more, given it was early evening and midweek on a Wednesday, the place filled up quickly.
All good signs and these were backed up by the starters from the feast menu we ordered from. The sesame prawn toast was delicious, as were the ribs and dim sum, while the crispy duck pancakes were quickly demolished. Ok, they weren't world-beating but they were very tasty indeed.
As for the mains, the chili prawns easily stood out as simple yet effective with a real kick, while the stir friend vegetable medley was decent. The chinese chicken curry was delicious and arrived bubbling in a pot. The only bum note were the pork rib meat, which was a bit too fatty and chewy for my liking.
At £22 a head for the feast, it's very good value for a large group (and defeated these two greedy eaters. We left with a bulging doggy bag) in a rather pretty setting by the Thames, if you ignore the walk from the train station.
It's tasty, efficient, and all rather understated. And rather good at what it does too.
I visited China Boulevard for dim sum one afternoon and was really impressed. Though a little tricky to find, tucked away near the river, it’s beautiful and surprisingly spacious inside. The staff were very welcoming, and the restaurant was busy even though it was the middle of the afternoon - always a good sign! I was with a Chinese friend who rather handily ordered for us - there were so many dishes that I think it’d have taken me half an hour to read the menu and choose what I wanted otherwise! From various types of dumplings dumplings to spring rolls and sweet buns with custard inside, the food was perfectly cooked, tasty and nicely served. It was quite expensive - £17 each, which is a bit pricey for a lunch, but it was nice, and we ordered a lot!I’d like to go back and try the evening menu. They also do takeaway.
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