Dim sum is Steam’s forte, as can be guessed from the name. Expect fresh fish, pork and a variety of aromatic herbs to feature in these wonderful steamed snacks. The chefs here also serve up bao, a famous bun-like snack which regulars say is too moreish to pass up. The staff on service are courteous and knowledgeable, and offer brilliant recommendations from the large menu. Remember to leave room for dessert, though, as Steam has a brilliant selection of sweets to round off your dining experience.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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177 King streetLondonW6 9JT
Top 2 reviews of Steam Restaurant
I will be the 1st person to admit that going into central London for dim sum is abit of a hassle so I was extremely glad to see that Steam had opened up next to the town hall in Hammersmith. Question was, would it be any good?
We tried their siu mai: 8/10, their Vietnamese spring rolls: 9.5/10, Shanghai style chicken dumplings: 6/10 because they were abit bland and greasy. Fried prawn... more
In the mood for delivery, we discovered Steam on Deliveroo. The menu was mostly dumplings with some other Chinese dishes.
The verdict was mixed, enjoying some of the dishes but not all.
The good: salt and pepper calamari, wonton noodle soup (generous portion size), and the juicy soup pork dumplings.
The bad: dry pulled lamb with no flavour, thankfully the hoisin sauce helped the rolled... more