If you’re looking for somewhere to eat in London tonight we suggest Chinatown’s latest opening Wulumuchi.
Wulumuchi is the perfect option if you enjoy Chinese food but fancy something a little big less run-of-the-mill for your dinner tonight. That’s because the owners of the restaurant use dishes inspired by the Xinjiang Uyghur region of China meaning that their dishes are unlikely to be similar to anything you’ve eaten before. Unless of course you’re a regular visitor to Xinjiang Uyghur.
Dishes are influenced by China’s neighbouring countries such as Russia, India, Kazakhstan and Afghanistan so you can expect plenty of spices thrown into traditional Chinese dishes.
We’ve checked out the menu and the prices are very reasonable (about £6.50 for a main) so it should make for a great after-work dining option.