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10 Chinese Restaurants in Northampton

Indulge in a meal at Northampton's Chinese restaurants

As the county town of Northamptonshire and a historic place full of Roman and Anglo-Saxon heritage, Northampton is a real gem of a town. Whether you're a local looking to take your loved ones out for a tasty meal or a visitor hoping to use the city as a base to explore nearby sites like Princess Diana's burial site at Althorp House, rounding off your day with a gorgeous meal at one of Northampton's Chinese restaurants is the perfect way to wind down. And with Quandoo, it's really simple to book in advance: just take a look at our comprehensive, well-researched restaurant listings, choose the one you'd like and book online in an instant.

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Oriental Garden Restaurant

City Centre
Chinese££££
5.0/62
Oriental Garden Restaurant

May Flower

Town Centre
Sichuan££££
5.7/610
May Flower

The Bright Courtyard

Marylebone
Chinese££££
4.8/610
The Bright Courtyard
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Been Restaurant

Town Centre
Chinese££££
5.0/660
Been Restaurant

China Express

Centre
Chinese££££
5.3/67
China Express

Rainbow Cantonese Restaurant

Kings Heath
Chinese££££
5.7/63
Rainbow Cantonese Restaurant
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Pepper Chef

Chinese Quarter
Chinese££££
Pepper Chef

Mandarin Restaurant

Northwood
Chinese££££
5.3/636
Mandarin Restaurant
New

Kwei Ping Restaurant

Town Centre
Chinese££££
6.0/63
Kwei Ping Restaurant

Kai's Oriental Restaurant

Burnham
Chinese££££
6.0/62
Kai's Oriental Restaurant
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    Try a range of cooking styles at Northampton's Chinese restaurants

    The cuisine of China is known for its wide variety of cooking techniques, and the chefs here are serving up dishes from all across this diverse nation. Whether it's the sweet notes of a steaming bowl of Cantonese rice or the smoky, spicy and often sour tastes of Hunan dishes, Northampton's Chinese restaurants have it all. There is plenty of culinary diversity on offer here, and the chefs are committed to serving up your favourite regional specialities. The May Flower on Mare Fair, for example, is noted for its Sichuan cuisine, so expect a lot of heat and some pungent spices. Dishes like cooked pork belly with chilli as well as fried beef ho fun with black bean sauce grace the menus here, so you're in for a flavourful treat! And if you prefer other cooking styles, such as seafood-heavy dishes or those less spicy and more sweet, Northampton's other Chinese restaurants can cater to your needs.
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    Enjoy a meal at Northampton's Chinese restaurants after sightseeing

    As one of the area's largest towns and an ideal central point for attractions as diverse as country parks, abbeys, royal burial grounds and more, there's lots to do in Northampton. Perhaps you're here to see town centre points of interest like the Charles Rennie Mackintosh architectural masterpiece on Derngate or relics from as far back as the Bronze Age, or maybe you're planning to explore nearby natural beauty such as the Castle Ashby Gardens or Abington Park. Whatever you're here for, Northampton's Chinese restaurants are never far away: conveniently centred around town centre streets like Sheep Street, once you’re back in town you won't have to go far to get your fix. And with opening hours often covering lunchtime as well, small plates like dim sum are available at Northampton's Chinese restaurants if you want to fill up in between sightseeing trips.
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    Don't forget dessert at Northampton's Chinese restaurants

    While we may all think of the culinary culture of China as a collection of flavoursome savoury cooking styles and textures like sliced meat and crunchy vegetables, there are a lot of sweet treats on offer. Dessert is certainly on the menu at Northampton's Chinese restaurants too, so it's wise to save some room after your starters and main courses to explore the wide range of puddings available. Fritters are a staple on the Northampton Chinese restaurant scene, so expect to find deep-fried fruits ranging from apples to bananas served up in delicious batter with a scoop of refreshing ice cream on the side. Some dessert shops in China are also known for their liberal use of delicious coconut, and Northampton's Chinese restaurants are no exception: those looking for a real treat can try coconut supreme (coconut ice cream served in a coconut shell!) while kids can enjoy coconut-flavoured jelly. So make sure you save some room: the chefs at Northampton's Chinese restaurants know exactly how to satisfy those sweet cravings.