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I went there with ny husband and in-laws. As usual I was craving peking duck, which I ordered. It was Ok. We ordered lots of food, it was Ok in general. They loved it though.
For me it is not the best Chinese I've tried...More
The crispy duck and pancakes was good to start and we had a pork noodle dish that was very nice as well. The crispy chili beef was a little disappointing as it was a little mild and below average in my opinion. That said we...More
Chloe loves chinese food and it was her first time in London's china town,when we decided on this particular restaurant we were ushered upstairs because down stairs was nearly full,we thought maybe we would be sat in half empty place but upstairs was also nearly...More
I'm quite surprised at all the negative reviews on here. My boyfriend and I dined here today and we thought it was very good in all aspects (price/food/cleanliness etc).
I must admit the overload of pink decor is laughable but the waitresses and waiter who...More
Went there with 2 other friends, and what a dissapointmemt. All the food was salty. I ordered Gong Bao chicken, and they gave me something else, ans still claimed that this is the gong bao chicken. The meet was dry and the dish had none...More
Had Sunday lunch with a friend here. OK, we didn't order very imaginatively - set lunch for two, spring rolls, crispy duck etc. The rolls tasted of nothing much, the duck was dry and the accompanying pancakes were cold. There were a couple of other...More
This was our third visit to the Ding Hao. In the past we have eaten here after the theatre, quite late on in the evening, and have found it to be fairly quiet. On this occasion, however, we were there in the early evening and...More
I've been to quite a lot of dim sum places and this one never disappoints. My ex and I ate here once last year and I have eaten here after we broke up. Probably it's just the memories attached to this place that makes it...More
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