About New Mayflower
This family-run Chinatown joint has been on the Soho scene for over 30 years. In early 2018, the restaurant underwent an extensive refurbishment and the space now boasts a comfortable interior that has a modern feel, but with flashes of Chinese authenticity. Known for its generous portions, the extensive menu at New Mayflower features a string of dim sum and sharing plates. Choose from the likes of crispy duck with pancakes, and boiled prawn dumplings, or fill up on larger plates such as beef with ginger and spring onions, and sweet and sour pork. Diners looking for a bargain can make the most of several affordable set dinners for less than £20, while a concise selection of desserts includes banana fritters with syrup or a chilled mango pudding.