Set amongst the bustle of London's Chinatown, Plum Valley has offered authentic oriental dining for decades. This boutique hideaway features a sleek black colour palette, from its exterior façade to the sultry leather-clad interior, and suspended lanterns cast a muted light across the dining room. Expect a menu packed full of Chinese classics, like bamboo baskets filled with dim sum, juicy Peking duck and crispy spring rolls.
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Plum Valley Fine Dining
20 Gerrard StreetLondon ChinatownLondonW1D 6JQ
Came here with a large group on a Friday night for an 8pm booking. Unfortunately we arrived at 8.03 and they had already given our table up, so we had to wait 45 minutes to get seated. Not the best start. Fair enough we were a tad late, but it would have been better if the staff were a little more pleasant about it..!
Food was pretty good, highlight was the crispy duck salad. Definitely would...more
Very good, tasty food. My favorite dish which we had were the cod dumplings. A very different, delicious, take on cod. The portions are small so expect to need to order a lot of dishes. Decor is very modern and nice. Nice lunch in Chinatown.more
I love the ambiance of this place. You order off a menu and they make the dim sum to order. The menu items range from the classic to the unique. Presentation is just gorgeous. This is a pricey dim sum establishment, but well worth the money for the experience and taste adventure.more
We usually visit for KTV with food inclusive. Lobster noodles are nice, we also like many other Chinese drinks here. Other dishes are not bad, a lovely place to party and reunion, Karaoke is sooo important to Chinese social life and that's why we love it. Slightly more expensive than others but it's ok to share with friends.more
Went today with a business acquaintance and loved it. Was not sure whether to go, does not fit the China Town look and feel, much more faux fancy. Had dim sum for lunch, though, and thought it was great. The dim sum had much deeper and more complex flavors and was not at all greasy.
Among the dim sum that we loved were venison dumplings (prepared like pot stickers), pork bao (bun), spring...more