Liu Xiaomian

We are two girls from Chongqing, a metropolitan in the southwest of China and one of the capital cities for spicy food. In 2014, we became flatmates and have been exploring London together since then. Driven by our shared passion for Chongqing Xiaomian, we decided to launch the Liu Xiaomian project in 2017.

Xiaomian actually refers to a group of plain noodles seasoned with soy sauce, garlic, chilli oil, ginger, Sichuan pepper etc. The real essence of Xiaomian is its unique spicy taste of chilli oil, which we proudly are making at home with our secret recipe.

Festival Menu

Vegan Xiaomian
Xiaomian with Minced Pork
Xiaomian with Minced Pork & Chickpea
Hot & Sour Glassnoodle (Vegan)
Hot & Sour Glassnoodle with Minced Pork
Ice Jelly


The jackalope
43 Weymouth Mews
London W1G 7EQ

Tuesday - Friday
12pm - 2:30pm
6pm - 9pm


To taste authentic Chongqing flavour and experience the most spectacular scenery, start your journey of Chongqing from booking direct flight now!

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Chongqing is China's largest direct-controlled municipality and lies along the upstream of Yangtze River in Southwest China. Its city flower is the camellia. Cocooned by mountains, Chongqing is known as a "Mountain City", and also known as a "River City" as the Yangtze and Jialing rivers converge here. Charming night views win it the title of "Little Hong Kong". Moreover, Chongqing is also known as the "Hot Spring Capital of the World" for its particularly rich source of hot springs.

With a subtropical monsoon humid climate, the city enjoys distinct seasons with warm winters, early springs, hot summers, and cool autumns, as well as a long frost-free period. It is best to travel to Chongqing in spring and autumn. As a National Famous Historical and Cultural City, Chongqing is home to a number of natural and cultural sites like the Three Gorges, Dazu Rock Carvings, and Wulong Karst.

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