Popular Expat Restaurants in Wuhan

Popular Expat Restaurants in Wuhan

Think back to a time when you were back home and could eat anything you wanted without the crushing sadness of discovering it didn’t exist. Even though Wuhan is still developing at a rapid pace, some of your favourite meals remain a long time away from being available. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy what IS available! Here are a few restaurants that make me happy and I know will make you happy too!

Italian Dream Restaurant 梦想意大利餐厅 View In Map
Add: 1F, Huarong Hotel, 26 Yunlun Jie, Wuhan
地址: 武汉云林街26号 华荣宾馆一楼
Tel: 027 8577 5677
Opening Hours: Everyday 10:00-22:00

Italian Dream is a traditional Italian country style restaurant and bar with a variety of Italian dishes. The atmosphere is quiet, relaxed, and mixed with expats and locals. The staff is patient and friendly although their English language skills are poor, so stick with them if you can’t speak Chinese. The most popular meal by far has to be the pizza, as other restaurants tend to not use enough tomato sauce and charge too much! Pizza comes in 6” and 9” pans at a very reasonable average of 30 RMB for the small and 40 RMB for the large.

Aloha Diner 爱乐好餐厅 View In Map
Add: 29 French Street, Golden Harbor, Hanyang District, Wuhan
Tel: 027 8447 5816
Closed on Mondays
Tuesdays-Fridays 12:00-14:30, 17:00-20:30
Weekends 11:00-20:30

Aloha Diner is an authentic American diner owned and run by a husband and wife from Hawaii. They have Thanksgiving and Christmas specials that run for about 98 RMB per person and leaves you unable to get up off your chair! They are famous for great American and Mexican food, like their huge burger with fries, or the Nachos Supreme, which is a flour tortilla topped with chicken or beef, cheese, salsa, olives and sour cream. For those of you who miss milkshakes, theirs are the best in town at a reasonable 20 RMB in large glasses.

Brazilian Barbeque巴西卡特兰餐厅 View In Map
Add: 109 Xiangang Lu, Hankou, Wuhan
Tel: 027 8575 1953, 8580 4007
Open: 10:00am-11:00pm

Stepping into a Brazilian Barbeque feels like you’ve left China. The restaurants are decorated in Brazilian flags and other memorabilia. You can choose between ordering a meal from the menu or picking from the buffet. Buffet prices change depending on what day and time you go: the price per person on weekday afternoons is 45 RMB, 50 RMB on weekday evenings, 60 RMB on weekday afternoons, and 70 RMB on weekend evenings. While sitting at your table, servers will randomly come with huge skewers of different meats. If you wish to eat the meat presented to you, they will slice some off the skewer and put it on your plate. There are many other locations in Wuhan like at Wuhan Plaza 武汉广场, Jianghan Lu Walking Street 江汉路步行街, Yamao in Wuchang 武珞路和石牌岭路路口.

The Greenery Café 绿茵阁西餐厅View In Map

Add: 7F, Dayang Shopping Mall, 890 Zhongshan Dadao, Hankou, Wuhan
Tel: 027 8245 0197
Opening Hours: Everyday 11:00-23:00

Greenery Café has a large menu and a wide variety of meals to choose from. They offer Chinese, Western, Thai, and Indian. The prices are reasonable, with the New Zealand steak costing 33 RMB. The atmosphere is relaxed, with people sitting more in couches than booths, and tables are also available. There are many locations in Wuhan, yet the largest and best is in Hankou at the Grand Ocean Plaza 大洋广场.

Kebab Kingdom烤爸爸王国View In Map

Add: 26,Feng Guang Cun, Behind Wuhan University, Wuhan
Tel: 027 8734 1421, 13554485894
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Monday 10:00- 21:00

Kebab Kingdom is the first restaurant in Wuhan to offer kebabs and it’s in the style of Turkish food. They opened up in January 2010 near Wuhan University 武汉大学 and make deliveries from 10:30-20:30. Each kebab is large and packed full of meat and vegetables at an affordable price of 16 RMB. They deliver orders over 16 RMB within a 1 km radius for free! They are currently only serving doner kebabs, fries, and chicken nuggets, but are looking to expand the menu in the near future.

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