Yauatcha is a Chinese restaurant, but not as we know it! With a Michelin star, a tearoom upstairs and a plethora of good reviews, Yauatcha is changing the capital's concept of Chinese food. Yauatcha's décor is excitingly modern and unique - there are slick black floors, low lighting and spotlights like stars all over the ceiling. You can have different experiences at Yauatcha depending on what you come for - upstairs. There is a tea room and cocktail bar where you can enjoy specialist teas and beautifully crafted cakes. Downstairs there is a restaurant serving high quality modern Chinese cuisine - with a focus on dim sum. This is a good place to bring somebody if you are out to impress - the slick interior and delicious food won't fail to impress even the fussiest of friends, business acquaintances or dates!
If you fancy a pre or post-dinner cocktail, upstairs at Yauatcha you will find one of the best cocktail bars in London. As with the rest of the restaurant, the focus is on the oriental, so cocktails are served with an oriental twist.
15 - 17 Broadwick Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7494 8888
Website: Official Yauatcha Soho Website
|January - December||Monday - Saturday||12:00 Noon - 23:00|
|Sunday||12:00 Noon - 22:00|
Tube: Oxford Circus (Red Line / Central Line, Blue Line / Victoria Line)
How to book:
Telephone bookings: You can book over the phone using the number above.
Online bookings: There is no online booking form. If you wish to book using the internet you will need to send an e-mail to the restaurant (see below)
E-mail bookings: You can book via e-mail at Yauatcha.
E-mail: [email protected]
Walk-in bookings: Yauatcha is one of Soho's most popular restaurants. This makes booking virtually essential (if you are planning on coming in the evening at the weekend you should try to book about a week in advance). However, due to the fact that Yauatcha offer long opening hours, if you do not have a reservation, you can try coming at a less regular hour e.g. after lunchtime or for a late-night dinner. Also, the tea room upstairs in Yauatcha also offer a dim sum menu, and they tend to have spaces.