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.
This content has been supplied by Ping Pong - Soho
Venue Details & Map
Ping Pong - Soho
45 Great Marlborough Street
- +44 (0)20 7851 6969
I've been to the Southbank branch a few times and always really enjoyed it, so I was excited to bring friends here. I booked a table for 3 on a Weds eve and we were given one of the solo tables rather than being along the shared bar which was great as it's much easier to talk when facing each other!
Unfortunately it all went a bit downhill from there as the service was inexcusably bad. We had...more
I do find it amazing how rare it is to find a restaurant that offers dim sum after the 5pm cut off point. Although not your typical china town establishment, Ping Pong has obviously honed in on this little niche market and has done quite well in delivering food quality wise and has even produced dumplings which have been experimented on Heston style. We are talking art form here and everything...more
We went as a group of 5 on a Thursday night to Ping Ping Soho. Our table was downstairs and although you're underground it really doesn't seem as such. You almost feel as if you're in a fish tank looking out! There's a lot of natural light for an underground floor.
The wait staff are very polite and gave us a complimentary bottle of beer as it was a birthday in our group which was a nice...more
Umm I did enjoy the food, not overly keen on sitting at a bar with other customers to eat my food but guess this is the style of the place. There are big circular tables downstairs which are available to book for groups. There are a lot of options on the menu to choose from and a good cocktail list too.
The house white wine was very nice.
I think there could be a few more options for set deals...more
Why did they bring us all the dishes at the same time :-@ !!!!!!!!
I could never ever understand!!!!! I've never experienced such a restaurant in Japan.
Something like Dim Sum which is considered that that served warm are the best way of eating should be always served one by one. Never ever all at once.
Is this just the difference of our custom?! If so... I should've told that when I ordered....more