Plum Valley
Chinese Restaurant
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20 Gerrard St London W1D 6JQ United Kingdom
20 Gerrard StreetGBLondonW1D 6JQ
+44 20 7494
Chinese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
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Dim Sum Restaurant
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Upmarket Cantonese restaurant with slick, dark slate and wood decor, serving extensive dim sum menu.- Google
"Great food, not your typical chinese buffet."
"Authentic dim sum at a great price in London!"
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Dan and Jade
6 months ago
Went for the evening Dim Sum menu with a friend and food was decidedly average. Half our order wasn't delivered in the end, much to the confusion of the waitress who took it. The restaurant is quite modern, but I found dark and unfriendly. Maybe the main menu is ok, but service wasn't great and with so much competition literally next door, I'm not going back.
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Tiffany Leung
a year ago
Authentic dim sum at a great price in London! Although it's hard to beat dim sum in Hong Kong we ordered prawn dumplings, pan fried turnip, sticky rice lotus leaf wrap, and custard buns and found it all to be still fresh and good. Our waitress seemed to be a bit under the weather, she and the rest of the staff were great, tentative, and the food did not take long to come. Décor is definitely something that was unique, stylish, and different from the other Chinese restaurants in Chinatown. Definitely worth try.
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Simone Di Vincenzo
a year ago
Faboulicious! Great value for money. This is a real Chinese cuisine restaurant with fresh ingredients and hand made dishes. Big portions. Suggested to avoid the crowd of the more common restaurants of China town.
krupesh shah
2 years ago
Great service from the get go. Little gem in China town. Really romantic place to take the other half. Food wasn't the best I have ever had but will definitely return in the future to test their full range of dishes to make my full judgement.
chakkuen c
10 months ago
We went to have some dim sum and noodles before the theatre. It was a nice surprise. The dim sum was delicious and authentic. Modern and clean décor. Receptionist was helpful, waitresses were very friendly and attentive. Price was a bit above average but it's worthy. It is also good this Chinese restaurant employs staff of different nationalities. I strongly recommend this restaurant.
a year ago
The girl at the reception ruined the experience of being there. She has not yet learned how to talk to another human being yet, her communication skills are terrible. Its even worse that she's British. She stands there with a dissatisfied look on her face and gives grumpy replies. Its a shame as the food and service inside is pretty good, although many restaurants in china town are similar.
alex young
a year ago
This was the worse restaurant experience I've ever had. AVOID! The receptionist first refused to believe who I was at the front desk, then a waitress tried to push us out of the way on the narrow stairs. The "deal" to spend £220 in the restaurant to get free karaoke never existed, despite being told this three times whilst booking the table. And forget trying to order drinks, the staff ignore you then when you are served they walk off halfway through placing the order. I've never had worse service.
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Charles Lay
6 months ago
Upmarket decor but disappointing food