The restaurant is not the easiest to spot down Pudding Lane but it's worth finding. The understated entrance us just 30 seconds walk from the Monument. It's a fairly new restaurant - I think it has been open for only a few weeks.
The decor is stunning with clever use of lighting to highlight the rivets and girders of this subterranean gem. Myself and my daughter were seated at a high glass-topped table towards the centre of the room giving us a great view of the barman's skills with a cocktail shaker. He made a fantastic alcohol-free birthday cocktail for my daughter.
We ordered dim sum, crab claws and black pepper beef - it was hard to choose as there were so many beautiful dishes. The food was exquisite. Amazing layers of flavours and almost too beautifully presented to eat! I have read since of the background of the chef but I wasn't aware of this at the time of the meal. I can only say that the quality of the chef was clear and we said as much to the manager and staff. That dim sum was, without question, the best I've had.
Really lovely attentive staff too. Looking forward to a visit again soon. Good luck Feng Shui.
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