I had my fair share of Chinese food after a night out dancing the night away in clubs. Crawling into the nearest Chinese restaurant looking comfort food. Not many of the restaurants left me a memorable experience.
My friend raved how the delicious the duck was at Fourseasons, and it was something stuck in the back of my mind to visit one day. That one-day happened to be one of my many “消夜” (midnight snack) marathons in town.
There was a slight queue outside and the restaurant was quite busy. We were seated very quickly. The menu was considerably decent with choices, but my eyes were drawn to the BBQ meat selections. 2 BBQ meat choices and rice, one had to be the duck and char siu.
Food arrived within 10 mins, the smell of the scrumptious meat hit me first. The beauty of the delectable pieces of sliced juicy meat, glisten brightly. One bite of that duck and char siu and I was in heaven. The sauce was savoury sweet poured over the meat and rice like gravy.
Usually when I’m at other restaurants I do not end up finishing off the dish. This place made me eat every single little thing and my plate was spotless.
Fourseasons have to be the far best duck I have tried in London and I would certainly return for more food.chinatown, Chinese, comfort food, delicious, food, foodporn, fourseasons, juicy meat, london, meat selections, memorable experience, midnight snack, photography, yum