Two Courses of Chinese Fine Dining With Wine For Two (£25) or Four (£50) at Haozhan, Chinatown (Up to 54% Off)

Give as a Gift
619 bought

In a Nutshell

  • Fine dining restaurant in the heart of Chinatown
  • Traditional and modern cuisine
  • AA Rosette-awarded restaurant
  • Stylish contemporary decor
  • Reviewed by numerous food critics including Jay Rayner for The Guardian, Terry Durak for The Independent, and Fay Maschler for the London Evening Standard

The Deal

  • Starter, main, and side of rice each from set menu
  • Glass of house red or white wine each
  • Mains include Haozhan Beef Rib Eye and Szechuan Duck
  • Egg fried or Thai fragrant rice

 

The Fine Print

Expires 26 July 2012.
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. Email groupon@haozhan.co.uk for booking and enquiries. 24 hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for wine. Valid Mon-Thu midday-11.30pm; Fri-Sat midday-5pm; Sun midday-11pm. 12.5% discretionary service charge not included. Valid on set menu options and glass of red or white house wine only. Original values based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 3 May 2012 at 3pm.

Fine dining is best achieved with well-placed tableware and a pile of parking tickets to feast on. Charge appetites with today’s Groupon from Haozhan. Choose from the following options:

£25 for two courses of Chinese fine dining for two with side of rice and glass of wine each (Up to 54% Off)

£50 for two courses of Chinese fine dining for four with side of rice and glass of wine each

Seamlessly blending traditional Cantonese cuisine with modern culinary prowess, Haozhan extends a Far East welcome to West End wayfarers, serving up fine dining classics and innovative dishes from the heart of Chinatown. A stylish cove between Theatreland and Leicester Square, the restaurant’s contemporary interior offering an ambient atmosphere, while a well-stocked bar quenches parched palates. Haozhan’s fresh approach to Chinese dining encourages guests to try something a little different during their visit, and this attitude has helped it earn a top twenty spot in the 2011 Tsingtao Legacy of Taste awards.

Image 1

As taste buds enjoy a culinary journey, pairs or fours can wield chopsticks against a starter and main from a set menu. Appetites can be tickled with starters including chilli soft shell crab (£8) and grilled dumplings (£5.90), before moving on to main attractions including Mongolian beef (£11.20) and wasabi prawns (£12). A side of egg fried (£2.90) or Thai fragrant (£2.30) rice soaks up succulent juices and a glass of house red or white wine (up to £4) helps diners sink into their relaxing setting.

Image 2

Set Menu

Starters
Aromatic crispy duck roll
Lamb rolls
Black cod siu mai
Chilli soft shell crab
Curry soft shell crab
Chilli veg prawn
Satay veg chicken
Vegetable spring roll
Grilled dumplings
Prawn baguette
Any soup from the a la carte menu

Mains
Beef rib eye
Mongolian beef
Sanpei chicken
Thai curry chicken
Lemon grass chicken
Szechaun duck
Wasabi prawn
Haozhan scallops
Balsamic ribs
Ling chi mushroom
Haozhan tofu

Sides
Egg fried rice
Thai fragrant rice

Glass of red or white house wine

Reviews

Haozhan received a mouth-watering 4/5 from TripAdvisors as well as Qype and Google users. Diners praised the efficient service, and special attention was reserved for the quality of the modern Asian menu itself.

Instead of the usual Chinese menu, this offered a lot of different choices (as well as all the favourites). I had the lemongrass chicken which was delicious and my husband had crispy beef. The starters were also excellent - chilli crab and a prawn baguette. Presentation was fantastic and the staff were all really helpful and friendly. Service was quick.
Gill A, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012

We ordered spring rolls which were super fresh and crunchy, a beef rib eye and a sweet sour chicken accompanied with fried rice. Quite classic food. Let me tell you that the quality of the meat and the tenderness, as well as how well it was cooked just amazed me. You can really feel all the different ingredients and spices in the dish. Great taste balance in every dish.
elena, Google, Jan 2012