Weng Wah House

About Weng Wah House

The recently-refurbished Weng Wah House has been a hit with locals for some time now, with its gigantic menu of traditional Chinese dishes balanced by lightly Westernised offerings that use more adventurous ingredients like mussels and asparagus. The place is largish, and a good thing, too, considering what the queues would be like if it weren’t. There is a tremendously good value set menu at lunch and dinner, and the menu’s ’signature dishes’ change every month. Try the Yin-Yang Dover sole, cooked two ways, or the chicken fillets with asoaragus in spicy xo-sauce, or the veggie feast, if you’re so inclined. There are karaoke nights in the upstairs dining room hosted by Vincent ’Elvis’ Phung singing those timeless hits ’Jailhouse Wok’ and ’Shake Rattle and Spring Roll’. The service is spiffy and the wine list very good.

Full a la carte


Weng Wah Chef’s Special Hors d’Oeuvres for two people - £9.50
Small dumplings with prawns, bamboo shoots and Chinese mushrooms - £3.30
Sliced Asparagus coated in light batter, deep fried to perfection, finished with a hint of salt and pepper - £4.50
Triangular spring roll pastry with mashed prawns fillings, deep fried - £4.50
Bang Bang Chicken, shredded chicken peanut sauce and crushed cashew nuts - £4.80
Fresh Cut Jelly slices with cucumber and pickles - £3.80

Main Course

Crispy Aromatic Duck served with pancakes, hoysin sauce, cucumber and spring onion trimmings - Quarter - £8.90, Half - £15.50, Whole - £28.00
Vegetarian Hot and Sour Soup - £2.90
Won-Ton Soup - £2.90
Fresh Lobster can be prepared in the different ways £27.00
Grilled Chicken Peking Style - £6.30
Seafood Festival - stir fried king prawns , scallops and cashew nuts, topped with battered squid - £9.40


Additional Information


240 Haverstock Hill, NW3 2AE

Nearest tube:

Belsize Park

Average Price:

£24 and Under

Opening times:

Mon-Fri 12.30pm-2.45pm
Sat 12.30pm-12.00am
Sun 12.30pm-11.15pm

Dress Code: