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Exciting and innovative new cocktails

Visit the Shanghai Bar and you will find a new cocktail list has been introduced, featuring unique drinks specially created by our bar team the likes of which you will not find anywhere else! To complement chef Bing’s highly-skilled layering of flavours and use of authentic spicing and seasoning in our food, the cocktails are similarly complex and intriguing.
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London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival this weekend

Hutong Dragon Boat

Today, 26th June, is the second anniversary of our opening and we are celebrating by once again sponsoring a cup at the annual London Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival, taking place this Sunday 28th June at the London Regatta Centre.

Forty rowing clubs, corporate and amateur teams will battle it out over the course of the day to win one of four cups, among them the Hutong Anniversary cup which is presented to the team which records the quickest time over the course of the day.

The Dragon Boat racing celebrates the annual Dragon Boat Festival or ‘Double Fifth’, and is a fun filled day for all to experience Chinese culture. The event is free and suitable for all the family so do come along and join us to cheer the teams on. Our general manager Simon, restaurant manager Lee and chef Bing will all be attending to present the cup so do be sure to say ni hao!

Our Double Fifth taste adventure continues

Hutong Monkfish fillet in sour broth

The Double Fifth menu, which will be available from next Monday 15th June, explores the five tastes over five courses. One of the most intriguing dishes will be this one, representing sour – Monkfish fillet in sour broth.
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The ‘Double Fifth’ taste journey begins…

Hutong Shrimp-stuffed bitter melon
With the Double Fifth festival only a few weeks away, we are excited to start sharing with you the dishes which will form our special menu – five courses each exploring one of the five tastes.
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More new dim sum varieties to tempt you!

Crispy seafood rolls

The three new dim sum dishes we introduced last week are not the only delights to expect from our new dim sum chef Qiu Xin He – he will be adding another three to the menu to tempt you!
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New dim sum delights

Delicate, luxurious dim sum – baked, steamed or fried dumplings and rolls beloved of Chinese cuisine, every one handmade fresh daily - have always been an important part of the menu at Hutong. So popular are they with our guests that in addition to the full dim sum menu offered at lunchtime, when dim sum are traditionally enjoyed, a selection is offered in the evening, too.
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Experience Private Dining, now with new menus

The Beijing private dining room at Hutong

For larger groups, whether the occasion is business or pleasure, we have two beautiful rooms for private dining; the Shanghai room with stunning views of Tower Bridge which can seat up to 16 guests and the Beijing room overlooking the City and St Paul’s Cathedral which can seat up to 24 guests.
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Delicious deep-fried deboned turbot

Deep-fried deboned turbot

Last week we introduced one of chef Bing‘s striking new centrepiece dishes, his decadent Kung Po lobster. This week we present another, his delicious Deep-fried deboned turbot with citrus dressing.
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Kung Po-style lobster – a classic dish revived

Kung Po-style whole lobster

A dish sure to become as talked about as our famous Roasted Peking duck and signature Red Lantern soft-shell crab is chef Bing Luo‘s spectacular new Kung Po-style whole lobster with Sichuan pepper, diced onion and cashew nuts. A classic of Sichuanese cuisine, Kung Po is more usually made with chicken or sometimes with prawns – a dish also available on our a la carte menu – but it is rare indeed for it be made with lobster.
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Enjoy Hutong later with Shanghai Nights

Shanghai Bar

You can now enjoy your experience at Hutong for longer with our Shanghai Bar staying open until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights.
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