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|The Dragon Castle is a Chinese restaurant on Walworth Road near [[Elephant and Castle Station]]. The huge traditional studded door sets it apart from the rest of the buildings in the area; walking in through a slightly less imposing glass door set next to it, we were immediately whisked to a table.
||Large Chinese restaurant near [[Elephant and Castle Station]], apparently very good. Dos Hermanos point out that there's a "secret" menu that you only get if you ask for it, very odd. Dim sum served lunchtimes, not sure about evenings.
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The menu has an impressive range, from the usual Chinese restaurant staples right up to chilli frog's legs and shark's fin soup. Pork and vegetable dumplings were very well done and tasted extremely fresh. The scallop sashimi starter included an ingenious little leaf of coriander which exactly complemented the taste of the scallop.
The sea-spiced aubergine main course was tasty but somewhat on the greasy side; the home-made-style tofu was very good and served with perfectly stir-fried vegetables. The poached eel, however, was composed of little mouthfuls of erotic bliss: it's really hard to exaggerate just how amazingly good it was.
The service was friendly, and very attentive indeed, without getting in one's way. The main seating area had quite small tables, but a large party was sitting in a slightly raised section at one end of the room, and it looked like there were other rooms upstairs.
Dim Sum served until 5pm.
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<div class="last_verified">Last visited by Kake and doop on 27-Aug-2007</div>
<div class="last_verified">Opening hours taken from the 2007 Time Out review.</div>
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Large Chinese restaurant near Elephant and Castle Station, apparently very good. Dos Hermanos point out that there's a "secret" menu that you only get if you ask for it, very odd. Dim sum served lunchtimes, not sure about evenings.
Opening hours taken from the 2007 Time Out review.
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