Ping Pong Restaurant

45 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London



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Ping Pong Restaurant
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6/10 from 4 user reviews
Address:45 Great Marlborough Street
Soho
London
W1F 7JL
Map:Map & nearby
Cuisine:Chinese
Region:Soho
Nearest Station:Oxford Circus
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Mon - Fri: 11:00 – 00:00
Sat: 12:00 – 00:00
Sun: 12:00 – 22:30
About: Ping Pong is a chinese restaurant in the heart of Soho.

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Mmmm: London's tastiest dim sum
It may be the big bad chain to have stormed into the dim sum world but Ping Pong deserves its kudos. Having raised awareness of the attraction of quality dim sum, the stylish outfits of Ping Pong are always comfortable and refined at the very least.


Ping Pong Restaurant features and articles

Ping Pong serve up Ice Vollies for a two week Wimbledon special
The mixologists at Ping Pong are playing doubles with strawberry and vodka ice lollies this sunny Wimbledon!
Added on June 26, 2015



The Latest User Reviews of Ping Pong Restaurant


User Rating: 2 / 10
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We went to a few Ping Pong, non of them have good service. this place is disgrace. why do we want to pay to get such awful service when the food is not that particular good??!!! the host of this place should be fired, or maybe the manager, if they don't understand the value of customer, or if they don't want to serve, why are they there? I know some restaurants just happen to have big investment behind, so they afford to have best locations, no matter what they serve, or how bad is the service, people just flood in.. unless you have no place to eat, otherwise, don't bother. go to Ping Pong, just waste your money! go to china town, you can get better dimsum and better service!
I think Ping Pong need to provide training to staffs, not because they have good locations, and good concept then you can do whatever you want! Customers are paying for the great food as well as the service, its a very important part of overall expirence. thanks

User Rating: 4 / 10
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Ping Pong need to take a close look at their "Set Lunches". There is really not enough food there to qualify as a lunch. Trade descriptions act material maybe. This is a shame as the quantity of food used to be better. Last time we were there we left so hungry we went over the road to M&S to get sandwiches afterwards. I'd strongly recommend talking to the waiter or manager and ask to be shown how much you actually get before ordering.

User Rating: 9 / 10
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Not having heard of Ping Pong or even considered a modern apprach to "Yum Cha", Ping Pong have done a good job. Having good taste, a knack for good value and being Chinese. Ping Pong deserves a good 9/10 for great food. The menu is pretty comprehensive and everything is freshly delivered to your table. I enjoyed the jasmine tea balls and food is as good as any in Chinatown, if not better. The service is a bit patchy when they are busy, but it isn't the end of the world and the staff aren't rude and crude as they are in Chinatown. But being Chinese, "Yum Cha" is brunch, so having it past a certain time is a non-no. Just ask if any true Italian has a capucino after 11am?

User Rating: 8 / 10
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steve101
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This is a fabulous restaurant! Wonderful food, very high quality ingredients and great flavours! Very reasonably priced as well!

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