Chinese New Year is being celebrated throughout the city on 7 February as one of the largest Chinese communities outside of China, and the oldest in Europe, heralds the Year of the Monkey. If you have a hankering for hot and sour or a desperation for Dim Sum then Your Move has you covered with Liverpool’s best Chinese restaurants.
Chy Liverpool, Lark Lane & Renshaw Street
With two locations in the city it’s clear that Chy is popular with Scousers, offering traditional Chinese cuisine and cooking methods teamed with modern and chic surroundings. Using fresh produce, this eatery has a wide ranging menu from the traditional, well-known meals to undiscovered, flavoursome specialties and delicacies.
Yuet Ben, Upper Duke Street
Yuet Ben is one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in the city as this family-run eatery celebrates its 48th year. Established in 1968 by Yuh Ho Yau who brought his culinary skills from the city of Dalian, China. In the shadow of Europe’s largest Chinese gate, many have enjoyed the tried and tested menu including Henry Winkler, Alan Hansen and Kenny Dalglish.
Miss Kitty’s, Fleet Street
One of the newest Chinese restaurants in the city, Miss Kitty’s includes a cocktail bar and music. The eatery features classic Chinese menu highlights but throws in Asian infusion cocktails that are well worth trying. Rave reviews for its food, enticing tipples and live music and karaoke make Miss Kitty’s a must visit.