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“Giant green and gold fixture”, near Baker Street, that’s “well-favoured by the Chinese community”, particularly for dim sum; it’s not as highly rated as it once was however – dishes can be “matchless” but they can also be “so-so” nowadays.
This “bustling” and “un-anglicised” fixture, near Baker Street, serves a “wide-ranging menu, and the best dishes are the most unusual ones” – “go with Chinese friends to get the dishes not on the menu”; its “a favourite for dim sum” too – “arrive by noon, or be prepared to queue”.
“You could be in Hong Kong”, at this glitzy-but-gloomy venture, near Baker Street tube, which is “very popular with the Chinese community”, thanks to its “un-Anglicised” cooking and its “excellent dim sum”; in recent years, however, “standards have slipped” a bit.
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5-9 Glentworth St, London, NW1 5PG
all day noon - 11.15 pm
Last orders: 11.30 pm, Sun 10.30 pm