We are very, very fond of dim sum. In London, there is no shortage of Chinese restaurant, but it is not always easy to find a place that combines a great atmosphere, a sufficiently large vegan offer and an ideal location. It was during one of our many stays at the Langham London that we tried and adopted Ping Pong.
Moreover, there is not one, but several Ping Pong in London. A quality brand, where you will feel welcome for lunch and dinner. Hand-made Dim Sum and authentic Chinese cuisine are the credo of this restaurant. The result has always lived up to our expectations which can be difficult with the three of us !
We really enjoyed …
The princess loved
The princess really liked the restaurant itself. She is very sensitive to the places themselves and can tell us in just a few minutes whether or not we will be returning to a restaurant. She liked the atmosphere, the friendly service and also eating Dim Sum for the first time in her life.
Her parents liked
We really liked everything we ate! There are a lot of vegan options. So many actually that it will can be hard to make a choice. Some examples ? There is a vegetable wonton soup, three different rice dishes, spring rolls, a vegetable bun, and many dumplings including one with seitan! The “icing on the dumpling”, for dessert, you can order a chocolate fondant served with vanilla ice cream.
About £ 5 for dim sum. More or less depending on the ingredients. Desserts around £ 4.
Ping Pong Dim Sum
There are Ping Pong restaurants everywhere in London: Southbank, Soho, Covent Garden and St Paul’s.
Opening time may vary depending on the restaurant, but Ping Pong is open 7/7.