London's famous Chinese restaurant Mr. Chow turned into quite the catwalk on Sunday evening when models of the moment Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn joined runway queens Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell for a slice of fine Chinese dining.
The fashion pack were joined by Topshop boss Philip Green for the dinner, which rounded off a day on the front row at London Fashion Week for Cara, Kendall and Jourdan, who had taken a seat during the fashionable proceedings for a change.
The model set dined at trendy Mr. Chow on Sunday
The renowned Knightsbridge eatery is a long-time firm favourite of the celebrities – it's said to be one of Simon Cowell's go-to for Chinese and has been attracting the glitterati since it opened its doors on Valentine's Day in 1968. The Beatles and Mick Jagger were among its first star guests.
The cosy, beautiful restaurant, set over two storeys, serves a combination of original, authentic Beijing recipes together with new innovative dishes.
Mr. Chow restaurant in Knightsbridge is an old favourite with the celebrity world
Green prawns, Ma Mignon and Mr Chow noodles are among its specialities, as are chicken satay and squab with lettuce. Beijing Duck and a variety of exciting vegetarian dishes are also on the menu.
The model diners would have been treated to a nightly performance which sees one of the in-house chefs make original hand-pulled Beijing style noodles.
Model behaviour on the front row at LFW
The stunning set kept up their model behaviour for their evening out – Mr. Chow is a dining institution in the British capital and today the celebrity-favourite chain pulls in stars through its famous Beverly Hills doors, as well as to its two venues in New York and another in Miami and Malibu.
Mr Chow, 151 Knightsbridge, London SW1 (020 7589 7347).