Princess Garden

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  • Princess Garden

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    Princess Garden
  • Princess Garden

    Ming Tang-Evans / Time Out

    Princess Garden
  • Princess Garden

    Ming Tang-Evans / Time Out

    Princess Garden
  • Princess Garden

    Ming Tang-Evans / Time Out

    Princess Garden
  • Princess Garden

    Ming Tang-Evans / Time Out

    Princess Garden

Princess Garden

Ming Tang-Evans / Time Out

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  • Address:

    Princess Garden 8-10 North Audley Street
    London
    W1K 6ZD

  • Venue phone:

    020 7493 3223

  • Venue website:

    www.princessgardenofmayfair.com

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-4pm Mon-Fri; noon-4.30pm Sat, Sun. Dinner served 6.30-11pm Mon-Sat; 6.30-10.30pm Sun. Dim sum served noon-4pm daily

  • Transport:

    Tube: Bond Street

  • Price:

    Main courses £9.50-£42. Dim sum £2.80-£3.50

  • Map

    1. Princess Garden

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2.6 / 5

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Cecie

Very pleasant surroundings and bookable, not always possible at lunchtime in similar restaurants. Tasty dim sum though portions rather uneven, some in dishes of three, some in four. Quality of dim sum not quite on par with Royal China in Queensway (where the bar is set very high) but nice enough in a handy location off Oxford street.

Neill

Probably the best Dim Sum in town. Great service, great food you can't go wrong.

Jacques

This is the worse chinese restaurant i really had a high expectation and the dim sum they can refried the spring roll which look burn and serve it along with two fresh ones...omg I really dont understand why would anyone go back. The worse i tried in London. I tired most of the chinese restaurant in London and this one really let me down. Hope they will improve in every way.

Ghislain

Bad acoustic makes that you end up screaming in order to get heard by your guests. The food was not as brilliant as nearby Royal China Club or Yauatcha, and yet the prices are in the same range.

Dennis

A previous review I read before my visit suggested this restaurant was pretentious but I was keen on a visit regardless. Aesthetically this restaurant is nice, with a comfortable waiting area and sitting arrangements. Nicely located centrally makes this restaurant more appealing I might add but besides that I would call the service provided short of the appropriate standard. Staff weren't as patient and never seem to provide the correct of number of menu's or brawn cracker asked for (I was hungry...). There was always some urgency to provide assistance some where else rather than the current table. The most important of all.. cost of ambience, location and food = Price! Reasonable price per head which an averaging working man would not have many complaints too. I can not really fault the location as it offers multiple channels to access other streams of entertainment after a meal and the food was enjoyable. In summary if you want a good location and a reasonably priced meal, princess garden is ok with that but do not expect anything else. There just wasn't anything that said come back again.