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56-62 Wilton Road,VictoriaVictoriaLondonSW1V 1DE
- +44 20 7834 0507
Despite being a chain with a handful of London locations, Dim T feels like a local staple. It's one of those places you get into the habit of going to on evenings when you haven't booked anywhere fancy, but want some decent grub and a nice spacious dining area. It's that sort of vibe.
Given that it's first and foremost a dim sum joint, you should certainly check out their dumplings, which are...more
Can you give no stars? I would. First, the hot sake came out cold. The beers were expensive. The noodles in the pad Thai were barely cooked. Like hard gross and inedible. The gyoza noodle soup was tasteless. It was at least hot but tasted like hot water. Ramen from a bag would have tasted better. The waitress didn't care because she was dealing with another dissatisfied customer. No help. Just...more
I'd like to give 3 1/2 stars, but... this was an interesting Asian chain restaurants close to the Victoria station. We thoroughly enjoyed our dumplings as starters and I had the special salad for the night. All our food dishes were great. Service was a bit slow and off, but nothing out of the ordinary or that held us up. The outside patio area is wonderful and great for people watching.more
This is the Victoria branch of this dim sum chain, which serves takes on Chinese and Japanese food.
The venue is conveniently close to the railway station, and spacious, and staff are generally pretty friendly. The food quality is OK, but not outstanding, but then prices are very reasonable, so you get what you pay for. I like the spicy gyoza dumplings as a starter, and there are plenty of...more
Less than 5 minutes walking distance from Victoria Station and our summer flat is dim t. We were itching to try some Indian food in London, but had to opt for Chinese food because of our hungriness and the steady rain.
My friend tried the Gyoza noodle soup, and I tried the Tom Yum noodle soup which is a rice noodle with bok choi (love bok choi!), bean sprouts, green beans, and red peppers in...more