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Dumplings' Legend
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Silk Road
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Studio Sadeo
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House of Momo
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Hing Yip
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Angels Nailz
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Bao
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Daikon Zine
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Asai Takeaway
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The Caring Touch
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Xian Impressions
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Dumpling Shack
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Rendang + Rice
London

Asian Owned Business in London


This list of Asian-owned businesses in London is a result of collaboration across our global community and is by no means exhaustive. There are so many more incredible businesses out there and we welcome all suggestions. We’ll be updating this guide regularly, so if you feel like sharing, please email here. We'd like to thank director and creative Jade Jackman for helping us put this list together.

This list of Asian-owned businesses in London is a result of collaboration across our global community and is by no means exhaustive. There are so many more incredible businesses out there and we welcome all suggestions. We’ll be updating this guide regularly, so if you feel like sharing, please email here. We'd like to thank director and creative Jade Jackman for helping us put this list together.

Dumplings' Legend

In the heart of china town, this is a great spot when you’re a lil tipsy and looking for some food to solve all your problems. Get the soup dumplings and lots of them!

Silk Road

A London classic. If you don’t know about Silk Road, get to know! Cheap, cheerful and all about the spice.

Studio Sadeo

Circulating the Chi! Studio Sadeo is founded by long term Trippin friend, @ashleymikimak, with a focus on sustainable good and supporting independent designers. From earrings to some serious fashion pieces head over to their online store to cop items to liven up your wardrobe.

Website here

House of Momo

On the corner of Gillet Square, Dalston is House of Momo. You go here to get the real authentic Tibetan and Nepalese dumplings. Made fresh daily. Banging tunes always playing. Open seven days a week. Ask for our friend Shubha.

Hing Yip

The best asian supermarket in town, hands down.

Angels Nailz

One of our favourite nail tech artists to keep it fly and cute, available for private clients, editorial and commercial.

Instagram here

Bao

Bao on the block! Who doesn’t love the soft textures

Daikon Zine

Daikon Zine are a collective of South East and East Asian women and non-binary people living within a European context. We’ve been admiring their zine for a while which was created to build community, provide space for underrepresented voices and narratives, critically examine and respond to structural inequality, and build radical and educational resources by and for South East and East Asian people of marginalised genders in the diaspora. They have great recourses on resisting the framing of racist attacks as 'hate crimes' and refusing complicity with the police.

Website here

Asai Takeaway

A Sai Ta of the London-based label Asai has become a cult favorite around the world. Vietnamese Chinese but born in Britain, founder A Sai Ta takes stereotypical Asian tropes and subverts them, creating clothing which ideas of class, race, and identity converge.

Website here

The Caring Touch

Mother and daughter duo, hailing from South East London who have made beautiful natural bath+body products and candles

Instagram here

Xian Impressions

Smacked Cucumber and Biang Biang noodles are a deadly combo here.

Dumpling Shack

Fresh handmade dumplings at Spitalfields Market. Dumpling Shack also own Fen Noodles and Sichuan Fry which we thoroughly recommend hitting up with an empty stomach.

Rendang + Rice

Based in Camden, this is a family run takeaway does the best Rendang curry, with a secret family recipe. They also cater to our plant based family and use sustainable British beef.