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Pearl Liang is not your normal Chinese drop-in. Firstly, there’s the room – a subterranean space that makes up for its lack of natural light with sexy purple upholstery and snazzy flower-blossom
designs. Then there’s the ‘sublime’ cooking, which goes the extra mile for authenticity as it romps through the Chinese regional repertoire, taking in everything from excellent crispy duck with
homemade pancakes to sweet-and-sour chicken jazzed up with pomegranate. Premium seafood also abounds – from steamed razor clams and scallops stuffed with crabmeat to a hatful of turbot specialities
– and the kitchen is happy to go walkabout for the likes of lobster sashimi. The lengthy line-up of dim sum is a lunchtime crowd-puller (think prawn and radish dumplings, chicken’s feet, fried
octopus cakes and BBQ pork puffs), and there are some classic cocktails for a post-work refresher.
Pearl Liang has some pretty good dishes and some below par ones. The menu here boast the typical offerings of dim sum, vegetable dishes, meat, noodles etc.With it being Sunday lunch, we have to try their dimsum...
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Pearl Liang is definitely the new top of my dim sum list. Top quality taste, everything comes out steaming hot, and *drumroll* you can actually book. YES. Gone are the days of starving in line outside in the freezing cold until our number is called. Hello happiness.I'll spare you the million pictures of dumplings, sticky rice, spare ribs and chicken feet that accompanies all good dim sum excursions but trust me when I say this is the place to go. For everything...
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Chinese food is slowly losing its reputation as a greasy after-pub stomach liner. Glitzy West End restaurants like Hakkasan, HKK, Bo London and Yauatcha get all the attention, but another up market alternative is Pearl Liang.Located near Paddington, this restaurant is situated in an odd sunken garden area, flanked by chain eateries and office blocks. The floral decor and polished wooden furniture are attractive enough, while the atmosphere was quite loud and buzzy. Service was polite and attentive, although it became noticeably slower as the dining room filled up as the evening went on...
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