Phoenix Palace
Cuisine: Chinese
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Restaurant Profile »

Address: 5 Glentworth Street, London NW1 5PG

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7486 3515

Dim sum and other classic Cantonese dishes in this exuberantly decorated Chinese stalwart off Baker Street. Unlike at some of their rivals, bookings are taken for lunch and dinner

Latest reviews of Phoenix Palace

MichaelWinner

Michael Winner, The Sunday Times

20 May 2012

I ordered pork spare ribs with honey sauce, crispy aromatic duck, egg fried rice, dim sum and prawn rolls. All extremely average. The rolls, the dim sum and the pancake with the duck were uniformly chewy and rubbery…

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Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

27 September 2011

With the likes of abalone, crab and lobster up for grabs, shellfish is king of the Palace, but the choice of exotic meats is almost as regal. Ostrich, kangaroo and venison offer a rare twist to the usual repertoire…

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giles_coren

Giles Coren, The Times

19 March 2011

It is very Hong Kong. And the dim sum is spectacularly good. Barely less immaculately finished than the Michelinned Hakkasans of the world, but with so much more diversity of choice, so much more tradition, oomph and resonance…

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Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

21 September 2007

Steamed sea bass was filleted at the tables and cooked through well enough, cooked chilli and ginger. Szechuan prawns were cooked correctly though were a little bland, which indeed seemed a feature of the meal. Even the chilli sauce I asked for turned out to be mild!…

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What the Critics say

MichaelWinner

Michael Winner, The Sunday Times

20 May 2012

I ordered pork spare ribs with honey sauce, crispy aromatic duck, egg fried rice, dim sum and prawn rolls. All extremely average. The rolls, the dim sum and the pancake with the duck were uniformly chewy and rubbery…

Read full review »
Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

27 September 2011

With the likes of abalone, crab and lobster up for grabs, shellfish is king of the Palace, but the choice of exotic meats is almost as regal. Ostrich, kangaroo and venison offer a rare twist to the usual repertoire…

Read full review »
giles_coren

Giles Coren, The Times

19 March 2011

It is very Hong Kong. And the dim sum is spectacularly good. Barely less immaculately finished than the Michelinned Hakkasans of the world, but with so much more diversity of choice, so much more tradition, oomph and resonance…

Read full review »

What the Bloggers say

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

21 September 2007

Steamed sea bass was filleted at the tables and cooked through well enough, cooked chilli and ginger. Szechuan prawns were cooked correctly though were a little bland, which indeed seemed a feature of the meal. Even the chilli sauce I asked for turned out to be mild!…

Read full review »