Taiwanese Restaurant in London
Baozilnn has become a bit of a staple in London with several locations spanning the City. This branch is a small Taiwanese restaurant in London with great service (as always!).
The menu is split into three manageable pages including dumpling & wonton and Taiwanese street food. We tucked into the following from the street food section:
- Multi colour small soup dumplings with pork, chicken and beef filling (2 pieces each) (£9.9)
- Taiwanese Gua Bao (2 pieces) with Braised Tofu (£6.5)
- Fried dumplings – mixture of chicken, pork and chives and eggs (£7.90)
- Taiwanese Spicy Sausage (£4.90 large portion)
- Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken (£4.20)
On the larger plates we had the Hot and Numbing Beef Soup Noodles (£11.50) and the Taiwanese Braised Minced Pork Rice (£4.9).
It was great to try something a bit different, although given it has Japanese / Chinese influences, it is not too out there, don’t worry!
From the smaller plates, the spicy sausage and popcorn chicken were the winners. The coating on the chicken was so moreish and salty and the spicy sausage just hit the spot. As always, their dumplings are great – fresh and colourful (all from natural juices). Lastly, the beef soup noodles were a huge portion and very warming and filling.
Baozilnn Chinatown II is a small and intimate Taiwanese restaurant in London with affordable, tasty food and great service!
East London Girl: Baozilnn
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