The ancient art of Dim Sum, created for the 21st Century. The highly trained team of dim sum chefs and cocktail experts ensure a modern revolution in urban dining. The contemporary style of the restaurants, are combined with an authentic Chinese aesthetic offer a unique environment whilst the menu offers accessibility and affordability. Ping Pong doesn't take reservations however larger party bookings are accepted. Tucked behind Selfridges on James Street, this restaurant offers a practical solution to grabbing a quick bite to eat whilst shopping in the West End. The staff are well trained, bring plates quickly so that you can refuel before hitting the shops again. Spread over two floors, this branch on James Street can hold up to 68 guests.
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