Michelin-starred Imperial Treasure to make UK & European debut in London

Michelin-starred Imperial Treasure Group will make its UK and European debut when it opens on London’s Waterloo Place this November in a Grade II listed building, in the heart of the St James’s conservation area.

The award-winning group – which owns restaurants in Singapore, Hong Kong and China – has become synonymous with authentic fine dining Chinese and has received numerous accolades and awards - its Shanghai restaurant has two Michelin stars, while Singapore and Hong Kong each hold one star.

On the menu will be high-end authentic Chinese specialities, fresh seasonal ingredients, responsibly sourced fish and live seafood. Expect dishes such as Imperial Treasure’s signature Peking Duck; barbecued meats; caviar with scrambled egg white; grilled silver cod; baked crab with pepper; a good selection of vegetarian options and a dedicated dim sum menu.

A cocktail bar will offer a list of Asian-inspired creations alongside sake, champagne and a rare whisky collection.

The 140-cover, 8,500 sq ft interior by leading French designers, Liaigre, features a colour palette of smoke grey, onyx and bronze across the main dining room, bar area and three private dining rooms to create an elegant, contemporary and sultry dining environment.

Alfred Leung, founder of Imperial Treasure, commented, “We are delighted to bring Imperial Treasure to the capital – London has become one of the most exciting cities in the world for gastronomy and we are looking forward to showcasing our authentic fine dining Chinese cuisine to locals and visitors to London alike.”