On the a la carte menu there is our ever-in-demand dim sum platter, two each of four different dim sum including Rosé Champagne shrimp, Vegentable and. HuTong Dumpling Bar (City). Market Lane Melbourne Vic Tel: (03) PDF Download. HuTong Restaurant and Bar (Prahran). Despite ‘hutong’ bringing to mind Beijing’s backstreets, the menu’s a sophisticated mix of Szechuan and Northern Chinese, with some “absolutely exquisite”.

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Hutong has two beautiful private rooms both with floor to ceiling windows, hand carved wooden doors, red lanterns and stunning views from the 33rd floor of The Shard. The Shanghai private room can seat up to 18 over two tables and the Beijing private room can seat up to 26 over two tables.

Filled with mushrooms and cabbage, served with spring onions. Filled with prawn, mixed seafood and vegetables. With Sichuan pepper dressing. Marinated with Lau Zi Hao. With Sichuan garlic sauce. With huttong butterfly buns. Marinated in chilli and garlic sauce. With hot and spicy sauce. Served in two stages. Nutong stage served as a side dish. With chilli, black beans and dried garlic.

In Lao Gan Ma sauce. Crispy soft-shell crab with Sichuan dried chilli. With Sichuan dried chilli and cumin. With Sichuan pepper, leeks and cashew nuts. Fried with dried chilli, Sichuan pepper and Chinese celery.

With peanut, sesame and dried chilli. With salted egg yolk and crab roe sauce. Steamed halibut with rice noodles and gong vegetables in Sichuan broth. Cooked with pumpkin, mushrooms, ginger, onion and garlic. Poached with mixed wild mushrooms and chinese celery.

With pickled chilli sauce. Served with vegetable rice. Marinated for 24 hours, braised and deep-fried. With carrot and garlic. Pork short ribs braised with sweet vinegar sauce.

Fried with chilli and dried petite shrimp. With prawn, fennel seeds and chilli oil. With minced pork and peanut sauce in chilli soup. Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service. This is not a “good” Chinese restaurant. You can get much better food elsewhere in London. The view is scenic but not meaningful unless you can get the table with view.

Staff are not very attentive and do not meet the standards of the restaurant. Had a very nice brunch at hutong. Asked to be placed next to the window as it was for a birthday, which they did and brought us as well a small birthday dessert; I was very pleased.


Hutong at The Shard

The food is very good, special mention for kenu dumplings which are probably some if the best I ever had. Some dishes were overly sweet. Fantastic food, good ,enu but you are going to pay for it. Second time I’ve been and the food has been melt in your mouth. Amazing food, amazing setting, just simply great. There was no choice at all on the set menu and the main course was fish.

My son doesn’t eat fish but they did happily make him a chicken dish instead. A dimly lit restaurant with wonderful views of Tower Bridge created an intimate ambience. Service hugong attentive, and polite. The pork dumplings were succulent with a good dose of fried garlic.

The signature Peking duck was crispy and served two ways – with pancakes and hoi sin sauce and the latter stir friend with beans for a lettuce wrap dish. The desserts were great and the birthday plate with mango pudding was a lovely surprise.

Highly recommended and will go again for the dumplings and mandarin sorbet. We had the set menu with bubbles. The taste and textures were delicious and portions were just right and of course yutong views were amazing. The eel was poorly prepared as it had a strange smell.

Hutong at The Shard – London, | OpenTable

It was way overpriced. The good thing are the view over London and the little birthday cake as present. Magnificent setting, outstanding service, food!!!

Amazing views and setting. The only minor criticism was the waiting to order a drink and having to keep asking for drinks was a let down it would have been nice to be offered a drink as soon as we were seated.

The food was delicious and very pretty looking and well presented.

Lovely compliment of pudding for our anniversary which was really nice and tasty. Like a tourist attraction. Rude door staff, queued for ages to get through security. Every table taking continuous selfies.

Not worth the effort. All our food arrived at the same time rather than in courses. Totally rushed, we were done in under an men.

Second time at Hutong and the view never fails to hhutong. What instead failed was the portions. The pecking duck, one of my favourite, did not come with enough pancakes and when we asked for more we were told that it would be charged extra! The red lantern soft shell crab, another of my favourite, was lost in a sea of dried red chillies. All in all it is a experience accompanied by one of the best view of London Skyline. BUT the food is not outstanding although the price you pay at the end will make you believe differently.


I was unimpressed that they had specifically labelled all of the “allergens” on the menu, but to find out when mentioning I had a peanut allergy that they had not marked some of the allergens in the dishes and 3 additional dishes also had peanuts in.

They then advised that there was a mistake and they would correct it next week. Surely one would ask the chef for all the allergens and be a bit more careful about this when producing the menu.

The set menu was very poor quality. On a positive note, the dumplings were good. However, the shank beef “salad” had no salad and the beef was very fatty and had no flavour. It was quite basic and not what you would expect from a high quality restaurant like Hutong. Desert was fried rice cakes, which were again very unflavoursome. Service was ok, after they mehu for the menu mix-up. I would not recommend the set menu option at all.

Mennu were good and the view was amazing, but this was a very expensive hitong for the level of quality. I would instead just go to the bar for a drink and eat elsewhere. The set htuong was of very high quality. Very good service and excellent view.

We had the 4 course lunch menu with a glass of bubbles and I was very happy with what we got mneu the menu – it was good value and the view is great.

However, the food was outstanding. Engagement dinner – but this was not acknowledged, but we were disappointed as we had more of a celebrations for birthdays considering this was an engagement.

Value for money for the set menu. Hellooo so what about my request made before online. Fantastic view nice service. Very good view to central London. Service, meal and ambience; top notch!

Do not look at the prices, just order and enjoy – definitely worth it. Amazing service and food and view. The roasted duck was Insane.