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Booked through Open Table this week-end but found out it had been closed for 2 weeks as I went for my reservation on a Friday evening. Seems permanently closed.
I like this place, good Dim Sum, but check if it has reopened before going
The restaurant serves good dumplings (a little too "creative" for my taste") and (not very original) sushi. Interior is very well made (dark and cozy), although the wooden structure that surrounds it is difficult to keep clean (dust)... A little too pricy for the quality.
We had been here earlier this year and had a lovely Chelsea evening of dim sum/ dumplings and cocktails. Super disappointed tonight to find the menu has been shortened to remove 90% of the dim sum that is displayed on their website. We only realised...More
I went there for a quick lunch. I had been there many times in the past as my offices were a few hundred meters from the restaurant. The food has not improved, it's not bad but really average to say the least, I know a...More
Sake was served at room temperature,
Beer was not cold, customers arrived after us were served within 10 minutes, their appetizers, and we were still waiting for our order, complained several times and was given the (I am sorry, food is on its way). Long...More
We were pleasantly surprised having read mixed reviews. We were there on a packed Saturday night and the service was good and the food equally so.We tried many different dim sum and they were all 5star! The staff were very attentive and were very patient...More
As a long time resident of London who lived many years in China, HK and the Far East, I have a fair amount of experience in Chinese food. We stumble upon this little restaurant on an afternoon stroll and decided to give it a try...More
I was around this location and decided to try again this restaurant. It was practically empty but they insisted for me to take a minuscule table and I ended up squeezed between the wall and a wood deco. What a shame. When I left the...More
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