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A fun spin on Chinese cuisine – with an Instagrammable dim sum prawn dish that looks like the ghosts in Pac-Man – this canteen-style import from NYC (where it’s famous) has quietly arrived on a three storey site in Covent Garden with very little publicity, and a recreation of its no-bookings policy. In an initial September 2018 review, The Evening Standard’s Fay Maschler suggests prices are a little “ballsy”, ’specially as Chinatown is only a stroll away.

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Red Farm Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Red Farm Restaurant in WC2B, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Red Farm restaurant.
Pete F
Very enjoyable place with quirky dim sum & ...
Reviewed 3 months, 3 days ago

"Very enjoyable place with quirky dim sum & small plates. Really enjoyed it, and very taken with their on-the-day wait list for getting tables. My only quibble would be it felt slightly over priced, and I paid £8 for a small glass of beer"

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john j
The prices are almost laughable but you’l...
Reviewed 3 months, 3 days ago

"The prices are almost laughable but you’ll still go back for more - top tip? Cheeseburger spring rolls "

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9 Russell Street, London, WC2B 5HZ

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