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Reviews of Ugly Dumplings Restaurant in W1F, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Ugly Dumplings restaurant.
Ian R
The dumplings are excellent in quality and ...
Reviewed 3 months, 20 days ago

"The dumplings are excellent in quality and flavour as well as being very reasonably priced. The place has a real buzz about it and is nice for a spot of lunch. To be critical I do think service can be slow and you can find yourself a little ‘lost’ by the table team who struggle to cope with a busy lunchtime. Well worth a visit though, the dumplings are superb!"

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1 Newburgh St, London, W1F 7RB

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