Offering a revolutionary approach to Asian dining, Dim T Charlotte Street is a sleek, contemporary restaurant serving up healthy yet fun cuisine. Design your own dish at the noodle bar, or watch chefs prepare Dim T's signature dim sum parcels. Time-honoured Asian recipes are on offer for those fond of tradition, and a range of tasty oriental salads.
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32 Charlotte StreetFitzroviaLondonW1T 2NQ
- +44 20 7637 1122
I had the chicken gyoza noodle soup.
The good: There were lots of vegetables, the food was hot, and the flavours were decent (as long as you don't come in expecting authentic Chinese food).
The bad: There were only about four gyoza dumplings, a minimal amount of noodles, and the soup stock tasted like a Knorr bouillon cube. It was only half as filling as I would have liked, so immediately...more
Wonderful, elevated, deeply satisfying Asian cuisine. Try a dim sum flight to begin... The spicy prawn is outstanding, but many are good, served quickly and steaming hot. Mix and match the entre. Try the crispy duck moo shu style with pickled cucumber and ginger salad, or try the steamed sea bass with stir fried noodles or coconut rice. A wonderful, casual, tasty alternative to pub food....more
I don't even know where to start.
The service was terrible. After waiting for 15 minutes at our table, we were greeted by our waiter who hardly spoke any English and was not capable of answering any questions about the menu. What's more, she also managed to mess up our beverage order twice and proceeded to include the beverages that we didn't order on the bill. Even more absurd was when she...more
Good quality dim sum, so well worth the mission on a Sunday. Staff need more training on the service front, the waitresses seemed moody and unhappy to be there.
All in all though I would come back. Better or as good as your local 'Ping Pong' restaurant food.more
The crispy duck is by far a must-have. It's lean, not greasy or gamey, and of course, perfectly crispy without being chewy or tough. The side of chicken gyoza and pork buns were not anything special, but are nice accompaniments for family-style sharing. The service was very friendly, smiley, and accommodating. The restaurant itself is adorable--particularly because of the sakura blossom theme....more