Master Wei

In March 2019, Ms. Wei's new restaurant, Master wei Xi’an cuisine, opened in central London,the heart of Bloomsbury and the restaurant is still offering a Shaanxi-Xian-style food. It is worth mentioning that Wei Guirong's goal is to operate Shaanxi cuisine restaurant chain in the United Kingdom, she wants to let Shaanxi flavor settled in the Uk, over the years she will be Shaanxi-style food into the international market, so that the British people could love her hometown cuisine. Most powerful British newspapers such as TIMES, the Guardian had good reviews and recommendations. In April 2019, GOLDEN CHOPSTICKS, which voted more than 20 million times in the UK food and beverage industry competition, presented Ms Wei with a founder's award for her role as the only female winner .

Festival Menu

Spicy Cumin Beef ‘Burger’
Xi’an Pulled Pork ‘Burger’
Pork Biang Biang Noodles with Tomato & Egg Sauce and Chilli Oil 
Beef Biang Biang Noodles 
Vegetarian Biang Biang Noodles
Classic Xi’an Beef Paomo Soup 
Traditional Xi’an LiangPi Noodles
Xi’an Liangpi Noodles with Sesame Sauce


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Friday - Saturday

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Xi’an, Shaanxi Province

Xi'an, formerly known as Chang'an and Haojing, is a sub-provincial city that serves as the capital of Shaanxi Province, and a National Central City in Northwest China. It was also identified by UNESCO as a Famous World Ancient City in 1981.

Xi'an is China's best tourism destination and one of the county’s National Civilized Cities. Cultural relics spread over six locations have been listed as two World Cultural Heritage sites, including the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Small Wild Goose Pagoda, Daming Palace National Heritage Park (Tang Dynasty), Weiyang Palace Relics (Han Dynasty) and Xingjiao Temple Pagoda.

Xi'an is also called the "City of Food", with a dazzling array of local snacks. Rou jia mo (marinated meat in baked buns), Pita Bread Soaked in Lamb Soup and liang pi (cold rice noodles) are famous and popular Shaanxi snacks.

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