Time Out says
This expensively decorated, modern dim sum spot in South Ken serves up small plates of modish Cantonese-with-a-twist. The interior is ‘sexy teahouse’ - expect dark slatted wood, low-volume Nikki Beach tunes and masses of flickering tea lights.
Dim sum options range from beef and coriander shui mai, Shanghai dumplings and charsui buns to har gau served with a blackberry reduction, short rib puffs and steamed spider crab legs with marinated glass noodles. Mains include lamb chops with black pepper sauce, stir-fried 28-day-aged beef in oyster and ginger sauce, and pan-fried sea bass with broad bean sauce and a spinach foam.
A long tea list is available alongside cocktails drawing influence from China, sake and a wine list focusing on the old world.
100 Draycott Avenue
|Transport:||Tube: South Kensington or Sloane Square|
|Price:||Around £60 for two with drinks|
|Opening hours:||Open noon-11.30pm Mon-Sat; noon-3.3pm Sun.|
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