Ping Pong

Restaurants , Chinese South Bank
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Ping Pong makes dim sum for the not-always-initiated – ‘little steamed parcels of deliciousness’, in its own words. That means dumplings, and lots of ’em. Expect the full range of beef, chicken, seafood and vegetable options – not just steamed, mind, but fried too – plus soups, buns, rice dishes and desserts. Private rooms are available for parties and other events.


Venue name: Ping Pong
Address: Festival Terrace
Belvedere Road
Cross street: Royal Festival Hall
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Matilda Egere-Cooper

 I swung by recently with a couple of friends to try out their new seasonal menu. As always, the food was on point - and I'm liking the new terrace area (although, not with the rubbish weather we've been having recently). I also thought Ping Pong offered some amazing, summery cocktails. I don't love beer, but the "Hoppy Dark & Stormy" (a mix of rum, and chinese tsingtao beer and  ginger) was delish! Get a couple of those with the crispy chilli squid for a light bite and you'll be set.

Laura M

I'd been craving ping pong for a while and this visit certainly didn't disappoint! As a vegetarian I especially liked the new spring roll addition to the menu for spring and definitely over-ordered as it's always hard to gauge how much is enough! Also had an amazing Caipirinha to go along with the meal. All in all really enjoyable...definitely won't leave it so long next time! 


I've been a ping pong fan for years now and whilst the quality of food isn't as good as it used to be (they use far too much pastry now and not enough actual filling), it's still a fantastic place to meet up with friends. Maybe not so much if you want guaranteed privacy though as table sharing is common and they are always busy! 

They have a deal on at the moment called 'Lazy Sumdays' where you get as much dim sum as you want for £22.95! Jump on that bandwagon! 


The food is good, but not amazing. There is an attempt to do 'fusion asian dumplings', which was very hit and miss in my opinion. I wasn't a fan of the setting either, which features shared tables. This can be extremely awkward especially if you are on a date, or even if you want an intimate conversation with a friend. The service is fairly good and prompt. I do feel that it massively overcharges for the quality of food. 

Charly Lester
moderatorStaff Writer

Reasonable food, but service was hit and miss - ironically after adding 12.5% to our bill, it took 10 minutes for someone to collect our money! Tables are round and shared, so if you're on a date, you could end up sharing a rather cosy table with 3 other couples.