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A.Wong

 
Address70 Wilton Road
Victoria
London
SW1V 1DE
 
Web Addressawong.co.uk
 
Telephone0207 828 8931
 
MenuCuisine:
Chinese
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AwardsAwards:
1 Michelin Star
3 AA Rosettes
 
Member benefits do not apply here. Similar restaurants nearby with a Club Offer are listed below.

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(Based on two people enjoying 3 courses)


Lunch Tuesday to Saturday 12 -2.30. Dinner Monday to Saturday 5.30 - 10.30pm
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Chef Patron Andrew Wong Born and raised in London, Andrew's path into cheffing was far from typical. He studied chemistry at Oxford University and then transferred to the London School of Economics, where he studied Social Anthropology. When his father, who originally ran the restaurant in Pimlico, died, Andrew enrolled at Westminster Kingsway College Culinary School with a view to helping out in the kitchen. During his time there, he made the decision to expand his knowledge of Chinese cooking and spent a year in China working in the cities of Beijing and Qingdao and studying at the Sichuan Culinary Institute just outside Chengdu. Returning to London in 2012, he took over the family restaurant and after a refurbishment and rename, he launched A Wong. In the past three years, A Wong has not only gained critical acclaim for their inspired and diverse menus, but also been rated one of the best Chinese restaurants by The Good Food Guide, received 1 Michelin star and three AA rosettes.


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Situated in Pimlico in the heart of London's Victoria, restaurant A.Wong serves authentic Chinese cuisine, with a focus on showcasing the diversity of the country's food culture. Restaurant A.Wong offers an innovative and modern take on traditional Chinese flavours and techniques.


The premises of A.Wong have been in Andrew's family since the 80's, previously run by his parents as a traditional Cantonese restaurant - Kym's. In 2011 Andrew took over the restaurant and re-launched. As well as changing the name, he set about to broaden and restore its cuisine in a bid to alter the typical British perception of Chinese food.

Culinary research included a working tour of China, and over time Andrew Wong began collating recipes and techniques learnt during both his travels and his studies. The cumulation of this work is showcased in the restaurant's menu from it's dim sum lunch to the a la carte dinner menu and highlighted by the 10 course 'Taste of China' tasting menu, where each dish is inspired by a specific region of the country.


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