Ping Pong Wembley is a modern dim sum restaurant with a touch of the ancient traditions of Chinese tea houses, like meeting to relax and share. Enjoy the sharing experience in the elegant Oriental-style dining room, with an endless assortment of dim sum, cocktails and Chinese teas.
|Average main course:||£5.00 (USD6.29) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£17.00 (USD21.40) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Unit 68-70 London Designer Outlet,Wembley Park BoulevardWembleyWembleyHA9 0FD
- +44 20 3696 0090
I ordered my food which was a veggie set menu I told them I had a fish allergy and the dim had prawns in them luck for me I noticed. Staff didn't not confirm the order and also the food was labelled incorrectly. I will not be returning to this restaurant.more
Not being a big fan or Chinese or oriental food, was a bit sceptical about going here but my friend insisted I will really like it so I tried it. I was so glad she bought me here and literally forced me to go in. I had the thai style mushroom soup which has coconut, galangal and lemongrass broth with glass noodles straw, shiitake mushroom and spring onion. It was so nice and warming as we went...more
Never been to Ping Pong but enjoyed the experience. On a non-holiday weekday you are going to have the place basically to yourself, so if you want a quiet lunch, you'll have it. Food and drink were more than adequate. Worth a stop if you're out here in "outlet shopping mode."more
I'm not the biggest fan of Ping Pong - generally 50% of the time I've had good food across various locations. However we were really surprised at the quality of this branch - we popped in for lazy sumdays - and the kids devoured EVERYTHING as soon as it arrived on our table.
Service was ok, a little grumpy from a couple of servers. But hey, we were with a toddler that pulled ALL the toilet...more
It's standard Ping Pong really. Reliable dim sum, modern dark interior and interesting cocktails that are two for one before 6pm.
But this place gets a two star rating because the air conditioning was making a rumbling noise so loud that it drilled into your skull.
Don't miss the black prawn dumplings; do sit outside.more