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Dragon Inn Club is the most secret hideaway venue featuring ancient dark wood bamboo, authentic ornaments and decor recreating the voyage of the Silk Road.
The Robata Grill on the ground floor is a casual dining zone, where you can pop in for a bit of dim sum, Sichuan noodles or street market styles all plates. On the lower ground floor, diners can enjoy a drink at the bar and choose to eat at either the Dragon Dining Room or in the hot pot ‘Temple Room’. For something more intimate, there’s a Private Dining Suite and eight Private Booths along the Silk Passage to choose individually named. The cocktail bar offers a unique variety of drinks showcasing the Dragon Inn Club experience.But while the food might be a modern take on Sichuan cooking, the décor, which features antique furniture and accessories imported from China, makes you feel like you’ve stepped into 8th century China.



Private Dining


The Dragon Inn Club has paid equal attention to its drinks menu with premium spirit brands, sake and a top choice of oriental spices infused beverages so diners can enjoy signature cocktails influenced by ingredients from the Far East.


The Dragon Inn Club, an authentic Chinese bar, small plates restaurant and barbecue destination set over two floors in the Victoria/Pimlico area specialising in Sichuan cuisine, which is known for its gutsy use of spices. The Dragon Inn Club also specialises in hot-pots, a popular way of cooking ingredients in a simmering pot of stock at the table. Its a theatrical, sociable way of eating in China that brings friends and family together.


MeetOur Chef

Head chef Qing Song Fan had devised an adventurous and crowd-pleasing menu that’s a modern take on Sichuan cooking. Standout starters include a Prawn ravioli with chilli, Pumpkin chips coated with egg yolk, Soft shell crab with Sichuan bell chilli, Corn-fed chicken cooked in Sichuan oil, Whelk with tofu and ‘Century’ egg with soya and chilli.