Review on Imperial Treasure
Imperial Treasure is the first European outpost from a multi award winning group of restaurants, with the Shanghai flagship holding two prestigious Michelin stars and their Hong Kong and Singapore branches the recipient of one gong each. Located in the heart of the St James's conservation area, the 140-seat London restaurant is set in a coveted three-storey Grade II-listed building dating back to 1910.
A beautifully sculptured restaurant with interiors created by acclaimed French designers Liaigre, the high-ceilinged room features a chic palette of smokey grey, onyx and bronze, taking influence from traditional Chinese culture and architecture.
The kitchen sends out a sumptuous array of exquisite dishes making excellent use of fresh seasonal ingredients, responsibly sourced fish and live seafood. A highlight is their famous Peking duck, carved tableside it's accompanied by homemade pancakes, cucumber, spring onion and duck sauce. Elsewhere on the menus there's dishes such as crispy Ibérico pork belly or pan-fried Wagyu beef roll with Enoki mushrooms. Those with a preference for fish will enjoy either the turbot pan-fried with garlic or maybe crab baked with black pepper sauce. There's also an authentic selection of dim sum served daily.
The dedicated bar serves fine wine, champagne and Asian-inspired cocktails, as well as sake and rare whiskies.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm (12.00 - 4.00pm Sat & Sun
Dinner: 5.30 - 11.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express