New World ( from 19 reviews)
|Address:||1 Gerrard Place|
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|Nearest Station:||Leicester Square|
|Telephone:|| 020 7734 0396|
User Rating: 7 / 10
Been going for around 10 years now the dim sum quality has slipped down but i still love the push trolly serving my dim sum! still enjoyable but wish the food standard goes back to where it wants was!
User Rating: 1 / 10
After a tasteless and way below average meal, I waited outside the restaurant whilst my other half went to the restroom. I noticed whilst standing there that there was an abundance of stickers on the windows claiming past accolades such as "Restaurant of the year 1986" and "Great places to eat 1987" etc, etc. All of which looked very out of date (as did the restaurant itself).
With so many stickers there was no sticker showing their "Scores on the Doors" rating.
A restaurant rating system that gives the public some kind of idea as to the cleanliness and food hygiene levels of a restaurant or place where food is prepared. From Zero to 5 stars, 5 being the best, I don't think I've seen anywhere with less than 3 stars and I try not to eat anywhere with less than 4 stars....well, all that was about to change!!!
I took out my iPhone, went on the web and searched for the scores of our recently visited establishment to find a July 2011 grand score of ZERO stars!!! For a moment, I felt like Maggie from Little Britain having tasted the village marmalade.
To get a score of Zero, you have to be really, really, really bad!
More research into this place brought up (no pun intended) notices that it was closed down in 2010 due to mice infestation.
From now on, I won't risk going into a place before checking their scores first, it's not worth it.
User Rating: 8 / 10
Hi, I lived in Hong Kong for three years and I have travelled in China very extensively. It is difficult to find authentic Cantonese dim sum in UK but I did find it at NW - superb food, fresh, served by friendly staff at good prices in an authentic setting. Returned for dinner the same night and, apart from the multiple TV screens booming out pop music (YUK!), this was an equally good experience. Please get rid of the TVs and put on some traditional Chinese music!!!!!
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