Ping Pong Dim Sum


Ping Pong Southbank 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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Average main course: £5.00 (USD6.51) per diner
Average food spend: £17.00 (USD22.12) per diner

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Ping Pong Dim Sum

Festival Terrace
Belvedere Road
Southbank Centre
+44 (0)20 7960 4160
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 121 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Ping Pong Dim Sum

4.0 out of 5 14 September 2016
by M. D.

Quality dim sum, affordable prices, good service.

The dishes are creative and they have either set menus or a la carte. Really nice concept for a restaurant which we'd eat at often if it were close to home.

Definitely would stop back again and again!

Delicious food and a decent atmosphere. I'd recommend.more

4.0 out of 5 20 June 2016
by Louisa F.

One day as I got back from visiting my family in France, I realized right off the Eurostar that I had no food at home and had forgotten to place a tesco delivery. I was starving and decided I wanted dumplings and nothing else so I embarked on a Yelp journey to find good dumplings in my neighborhood. Alex's review of Ping Pong was a good enough insurance for me so I ordered various dumplings...more

5.0 out of 5 19 May 2016
by Lizzie F.

One of my favourite places to eat, they really are little parcels of heaven! They have great set menus to help you choose but my personal favourite is the all you can eat sumdays (on a Sunday) all you can eat bar the specials and desserts. I have been known to graze for hours on. Lovely Sunday afternoon and the south bank branch has a little outdoor seating area which is great for people...more

3.0 out of 5 9 May 2016
by Jamie T.

I've tried the lazy sumdays menu and was quite full after. Unfortunately, the quality of some of the food was not that great. However, I'd recommend the rice bowls and thai soups though.

The xiao long bao and shu mai's weren't really that great compared to China Town.more

4.0 out of 5 17 September 2015
by Kristine T.

Ping Pong has always looked so stylish from the outside so I was excited to go in and try the food.

Ordering can be a bit tricky, as you are called to fill out a form with all the items on the menu. We were four people and 3 of us went for the set menu so when the items started arriving it took a while for us to figure out which one belonged to what menu and explain to the waitress she would...more

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