A few days ago, we enjoyed a delicious family meal at Chino Latino London restaurant, located at Park Plaza Riverbank. Chino Latino is a modern Pan-Asian restaurant and Latin cocktail bar with restaurants located in London, Leeds, Nottingham and Cologne, Germany.
During the Easter holidays, Kids Eat Free at Chino Latino choosing from a wide selection of tasty dishes at the Kids Menu such as Cucumber Maki Rolls, Grilled Beef Burger, Fish and Chips, Chicken Bento and Sticky Tamarind Pork Ribs.
Chino Latino’s Easter Kids Go Free offer is available from 12th to 27th April for kids up to 12 years old, in all restaurants in the UK and Germany. One child eats free along with one full paying adult dining from the a la carte menu and spending £30 or over on food and beverage.
Little man picked Fish and Chips, a twist on the classic dish, Teriyaki salmon served with Japanese breadcrumbs (RRP £7.50), he really enjoyed his meal and mentioned the fish was very tasty and crispy.
When we arrived at Chino Latino London, we were greeted by Molly, one of their friendly staff which was very helpful and introduced us to Chino Latino concept and dishes. The distinctive menu draws upon the delicate flavours of China, South East Asia and modern Japan.
The food is carefully complemented by a cocktail menu created by talented mixologists using only the finest and freshest ingredients. Chino Latino’s Cocktail menu is quite impressive, celebrating two great cultures with the subtle infusions of the east and the spirit of the west.
I tried Quiet Angel, Skyy vodka sweetened with coconut milk, guava, lychees and fresh lime juice, while hubby ordered a Chino Mojito, Hanava Club Anejo Especial rum shaken with limes, mint, sugar, lemongrass and coconut milk. We both really liked the combination of flavours in our cocktails, and little man had a very tasty mocktail with his meal.
The menu is consistently delicious and beautifully presented from starters to desserts. We started our meal with Grilled Scallops (RRP £12.00) dressed with yuzy aioli and a dusting of wasabi peas, and Chilean seabass and crayfish dumplings (RRP £10.00).
Hubby really enjoyed both dishes, the scallops were cooked to perfection while the dumplings had a tasty filling with a kick of chilli at the end.
I tried Sashimi Set with 3 types of fish, salmon, tuna and seabass, served over a bowl of ice. I could taste the freshness of the fish, the pickled ginger and punchy wasabi sauce complemented the fresh fish.
Hubby is not a massive fan of sashimi, but he was impressed with the quality of the dish and tried a piece of salmon and seabass. The Sashimi Set for one (RRP £18.50) comes with 4 slices of 3 different types of fish, while the Sashimi Set for two comes with 5 types of fish. On our next visit, I am hoping to convince him to order Sashimi Set for two!
For main course, we shared a selection of dishes: Monkfish tail (RRP £27.50), a generous portion of a juicy fish seasoned to perfection with yuku kusho dressing and yuzu jelly.
Chillean seabass (RRP £24.50) had a lovely sweet glaze of smoked chipotle miso, served over tenderstem broccoli. Our delicious main course was enjoyed with Jasmine Rice (RRP £2.50) and Steamed Bok Choi (RRP £4.50) with sweet soy and sesame.
Our evening ended with Chino’s Dessert Platter for Two (RRP £15.50), showcasing their beautiful desserts, such as Passion Fruit Cheesecake with blow torch marshmallow, Salted Banana Toffee Dome, Coconut Foam, Fruit Salad Shot, Raspberry Sorbet, Chocolate Ice Cream and Exotic Fruit Platter.
When our colourful dessert arrived, it was nearly too pretty to be eaten. We loved the combination of flavours and textures, such a great ending to a perfect evening!
The whole family really enjoyed dining at Chino Latino’s trendy London restaurant, the beautifully presented and delicious dishes were complemented by the lively atmosphere, professional service and friendly staff. Little man had fun with colouring and making origami while waiting for his meal.
Overall, we all had a wonderful experience and we are looking forward to our next visit to Chino Latino. Chino Latino’s Easter Kids Go Free offer is a great excuse to introduce little ones to new flavours and cuisines. Little man thoroughly enjoyed his experience at Chino Latino and their flavoursome dishes. Thank you Chino Latino for such a great evening!
We visited Chino Latino London for review purposes. However the opinions expressed in this review are honest and my own.