“Yauatcha offers some of the best dim sum outside of China.”
-Luxury Lifestyle Magazine
Yauatcha Soho is located in London’s West End and is the original location of the global brand, which opened in 2004. This location earned its Michelin star during its opening year and retained it through 2019.
Yauatcha Soho’s menu features authentic Cantonese dishes with a modern influence, offering a wide range of dim sum with more than 30 types of tea and cocktails to complement the fare.
Originally designed by Christian Liaigre, the restaurant encompasses two floors: the main floor houses an airy dining room surrounded by blue glass panels, and the lower floor is home to a more intimate teahouse with twinkling lights and a picturesque bar.
Authentic Cantonese cuisine in the heart of London
Yauatcha is a contemporary dim sum teahouse that opened its first location in Soho in 2004. Yauatcha Soho offers a truly social fine dining experience, specializing in modern dim sum as well as wok dishes and other small eats. The concept is a modern interpretation of a traditional Cantonese teahouse featuring an exceptional range of Chinese, Taiwanese, and Indian teas. Yauatcha is also known for its handmade petits gateaux, macarons, and chocolates, available both a la carte and retail in the patisserie.
An ancient tradition reimagined for the modern day
With origins dating back to the Silk Road, dim sum has a long history of bringing people together. Yauatcha’s cuisine honors those traditions by offering modern versions of classic dishes made with traditional techniques and the finest quality ingredients.
Yauatcha’s talented pastry team creates a delightful array of sweets each day, pairing the most current techniques with unique and flavorful ingredients. With a collection that changes each season, there is always something new for guests to try in the patisseries.
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