Yauatcha is a contemporary dim sum teahouse that opened in London in 2004. The restaurant offers an all-day grazing experience, specialising in modern authentic dim sum, as well as wok-friendly dishes and other 'small eats'.
An exceptional range of Chinese and Indian teas are also retailed at Yauatcha, along with handmade macaroons and chocolates.
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From Food & Wine , SEP 2004
A stylish new dim sum restaurant from Hakkasan owner Alan Yua. A counter up front sells pastries and teas....MORE
From Food & Wine , JUL 2005
Yau earned a Michelin star for dim sum at sister restaurant Hakkasan, and Yauatcha's dim sum is equally thrilling: pan-fried turnip cake, crispy duck roll and dumplings so flavorful and light they'll redefine your idea of a dumpling....MORE
From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
Chef Yasu Hashino’s bistro serves exemplary sushi, but it also offers hard-to-find Japanese classics such as <em>subimiyaki</em> (charcoal-grilled dishes) and playful selections such as potato chip–like gobo sticks and wonton-wrapped shrimp fondue.
We loved: Monkfish-liver pâté.