Ping Pong Soho 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 at 9 London locations, with an endless assortment of Dim Sum, cocktails and Chinese teas.
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Ping Pong Dim Sum
45 Great Marlborough Street
- +44 (0)20 7851 6969
Very bad service...
We visited with a group of friends 10 in the party. As it was XMAS we all stuck to the set menu. Before we could order drinks the food started arriving... Within 10 minutes the first and second course was on our table. Luckily by then a glass of bubbly arrived. None of us could finish these courses before the next arrived. Needless to say it felt like they wanted us...more
Very trendy restaurant in soho. Got very busy on a thusday night. Lots of little sharing plates. Duck sprig rolls were lovlely as was prawn toast. great price. Ate 10 dishes and 4 drinks for less than £60. Read my full review at http://www.georginadoes.co.uk/2015/11/lifestyle-dinner-at-ping-pong-soho.htmlmore
I have to admit I was really surprised with ping pong.
The quality of the food was excellent, the service was quick and they were really attentive.
Price and quality I think it is really reasonable and the dumplings were absolutely ridiculous.
Dumpling and cocktail heaven :)more
With all the great dim sum options in London, not sure how this restaurant thrives. The dim sum overall is mediocre and the service is snotty. If it was in Lexington, Kentucky, I could see the novelty but with the great options in Chinatown (and others) I would not return.
Went with a friend and we tried multiple dim sum. None were bad and some were pretty good:
-- Duck bao. One of the...more
I finally lost my dimsum virginity, and it was glorious!
Ping Pong serve super tasty food in quite an opulent setting, but if my calorie tracker is anything to go by, this richness comes at a cost!
The waitress told us that most people order 3 or 4 dishes and that the majority of dishes come in sets of three - three dumplings, three crispy prawn balls, stuff like that. So the three of us...more