Jing Xu means ‘honouring heritage’ and is actually the Chinese name chef/owner Larkin Cen was given at birth by his Grandfather. The restaurant is based on a Siu Lap Dong - a casual type of eatery popular in China which serves meats roasted on spits over an open fire, creating a deep BBQ flavour in the roast.
Jing Xu is a Chinese rotisserie and noodle bar serving traditional roasted meats such as glazed duck, pork belly and Char Siu pork, small plates, noodles and soup noodles with Larkin’s Woky Ko take on these iconic Chinese dishes.
The restaurant has a fast-paced, counter service with upstairs reserved for private hire and group bookings. Open seven days a week, dishes are available for dine in or takeaway customers.
* Monday - Friday: 11:30-15:30 / 16:30-21:30
Please note: Monday - Friday - closed 15:30 - 16:30
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good12
- David WDerby, United KingdomRamen heaven!Wednesday, 6th November 2019Love Bristol’s food scene and this place doesn’t disappoint. We enjoyed a delicious family lunch of shrimp crackers; General Tso fried cauliflower, lemongrass and sriracha mayo; char siu roast pork... Read full review
- MCTP2009London, United KingdomImpressed!Sunday, 24th November 2019So, our family popped in for lunch to try Woky Ko - highly recommended to us by our son as it is right across from Wills Memorial. First impressions, very welcoming, really clean. The manager was... Read full review
- chrismB7291QATrip Type:CouplesBattered Cauliflower is worth a visit aloneSunday, 29th December 2019Visited on a whim fancying some noodles. Lovely small restaurant. Menu is small but varied. Starter of Battered Cauliflower was amazing and definitely worth a visit all on its own. Only downside is... Read full review