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The Ping Pong concept was always a good one. Take the centuries-old Chinese tradition of ‘yum cha’ – tea and dumplings – then add funky cocktails to the mix. A stroke of genius that had punters queuing out the door from the get-go. These days, however, the reality isn’t quite as impressive as the concept. Inconsistent service and food remains a bugbear, particularly when bills are ‘hefty’ (for dim sum, at least). On a good day (or, more likely, night) when the atmosphere is buzzing, it’s still a lively experience – especially when you factor in budget cocktails (from £5.95). Roast pork puffs, duck spring rolls and chive dumplings are reliable picks from the menu, and there are seasonal specials too, such as ‘luxury’ spring rolls with truffle oil.
After an indecisive evening of trying to figure out where to eat, we finally decided on Ping Pong. A Chinese restaurant in London.The venue is suitable for celebrations and date nights - not epic date nights mind.I went to Ping Pong with my boo and our 10 year old son. Ping Pong is a dimly lit restaurant and it was busy when we arrived. There were no kids in sight. It seemed to be more of an adult restaurant, but we didn&t let that bother us too much.Surprisingly though, when J asked if they had a kids menu the waiter said yes. Although it wasn&t the most child friendly kids menu. I don&t recommend...
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