Restaurant A.WONG. 70 Wilton road. SW1V 1DE
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Forbidden city bar
Hidden beneath restaurant A.WONG in Victoria sw1.

NO RESERVATIONS, just ask at the door to be led into the Forbidden city and the rest is a surprise.
Whether you come for our 10 course tasting menu, just for a few Chinese street snacks or you just want to come down for a few cocktails, you and your guests can look forward to a relaxed evening in one of Londons best kept secret bars!

Dont forget about out ‘£10 Champagne with Dim sum pairing’ (quote this) that we are still offering. Or if cocktails are your preference, have a look at our current cocktails/food matchings that we have on offer. more details are available from www.forbiddencity.london

The A.WONG cookery school also has some exciting news about Andrew’s plans for making the cookery courses more flexible and more accessible for everyone. I wont say too much at the moment, but Andrew is reorganising the classes so that each student will get more attention and hands on cooking time with Andrew personally. He will be in touch later this week to all those who have made an enquiry.

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Open daily from 6pm, we have a wide section of cocktails, beers and champagnes, perfect for all occasions in the heart of londons Victoria sw1. With food available from the kitchens of awarding restaurant A.WONG, drinking and food matching socks have never been so much fun.
We have private areas and the whole venue available for hire. Contact us now on wong@forbiddencity.london for a bespoke event.

for more information, please visit us on www.forbiddencity.london

The AWONG cookbook is out and available to buy from book stores nationwide or from amazon.
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Barbecued chilli pineapple

The secret is out

Forbidden city bar
Hidden beneath restaurant A.WONG in Victoria sw1.

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Desserts are not what Chinese cuisine is best known for. However, at the forbidden city, our pastry team have worked hard to put together desserts that pay homage to particular regions of China. The pineapple is slow cooked with a chilli infused sugar syrup before being barbecued. The yoghurt is chefs homage to the street yoghurt sold on street corners of Beijing and the sichuan pepper ice cream is there to mellow out the chilli hit. Passing by after a night out? drop by for a dessert and a cocktail before you call it a night!

Don’t forget about our current ‘£10 dim sum and Champagne’ promotion. Pairing foods and beverages is what excites us in the bar and we want as many people to try it, especially in the lead up to Christmas.
Contact us on reservations@forbiddencity.london to try.

Open daily from 6pm till late, we have a wide section of cocktails, beers and champagnes, perfect for all occasions in the heart of londons Victoria sw1. With food available from the kitchens of award winning restaurant A.WONG, drinking and food matching snacks has never been so much fun.
No minimum spends, no dress codes, we just want you all to have a good time in the Forbidden city!

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We have private areas and the whole venue available for hire. Contact us now on info@forbiddencity.london for a bespoke event.

for more information, please visit us on www.forbiddencity.london

Champagne and dim sum for £10

Dim sum with Champagne for £10 @Forbidden city bar

Hidden beneath restaurant A.WONG in Victoria sw1.
“Champagne’s acidity and bubbles pair perfectly with dim sum”, wrote Zach Yu, the wine expert at Hong Kong’s two-Michelin-starred Ming Court restaurant. “Champagne is always at home with delicate seafood dishes and with crisp, deep-fried foods. Therefore, it goes well with dim sums because they’re a mixture of flavours and textures – some delicate and steamed (usually seafood), some more robust or fried (like pork buns).”
Taken from a recent interview with the sommelier from the 2 Michelin starred Ming court restaurant in Hong Kong. Matching wines with the eclectic nature of a Chinese feast is always difficult with the variety of salty, spicy, sour and sweet flavours that are exhibited simultaneously, together with the broad scope of differing cooking techniques seen within the Chinese kitchen. One thing is agreed though, CHAMPAGNE AND DIM SUM is a match made in heaven. We are so eager for you all to experience this match for yourselves that we are continuing our £10 promotion of dim sum with Champagne or Prosecco. Chef has told us that he prefers the additional sweetness of Prosecco in matching dim sum, but Champagne is always Champagne!

To take advantage of this offer, please quote ‘dim sum with champagne’ when making your reservation with us at reservations@forbiddencity.london 
Feel free to pop by, even without a reservation, we will try our very best to ensure that you get seated asap.

Open daily from 6pm, we have a wide section of cocktails, beers and champagnes, perfect for all occasions in the heart of londons Victoria sw1. With food available from the kitchens of awarding restaurant A.WONG, drinking and food matching snacks have never been so much fun.
We have private areas and the whole venue available for hire. Contact us now on info@forbiddencity.london for a bespoke event.

for more information, please visit us on www.forbiddencity.london

The AWONG cookbook is now available to buy

http://www.amazon.co.uk

Alternatively, come to the restaurant to get your hands on a signed copy!