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dim t Fitzrovia

Restaurants, South Asian Fitzrovia
3 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
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Time Out says

In the centre of Fitzrovia, the Charlotte Street branch of this pan-Asian eaterie offers Asian food for beginners, and that’s no bad thing. There’s a menu that with approachable freshly made dim sum, as well as an array of noodle dishes and Thai curries.

There’s also a real focus on healthy eating here, with items marked with a heart denoting ‘wellbeing’, furthermore, there’s a range of vegan and gluten free options up for grabs.

dim t Fitzrovia says
Our restaurant is perfectly situated for both quick business lunches and lazy evening dinners. We have over two floors of seating at this popular venue, which is found in a convenient, central London location.



Address: 32 Charlotte Street
Opening hours: Tue - Sat: 12pm-11pm Sun & Mon: 12pm-10:30pm
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Users say (5)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2.6 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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  • 1 star:3
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My boyfriend and I happened upon this restaurant after a few pints on a Friday night and it was a really great little gem. 

Despite being a bit drunk (and thus only ordering tap water) and being seated at 10:30pm (after being rejected from multiple other nearby establishments for being too late) the food and service was still amazing. 

We ordered a few dishes to share and all of them were tasty, big and extremely good value. I've also heard that the dim sum is meant to be great! 

Verdict: good find for a midweek dinner! 

One of the better dum sum restaurants in London. Food was great, staff very friendly and welcoming.

Certainly coming back.


Came here after being convinced it had decent dim sum, now being someone who grew up on Chinese food and pretty much having tried every chinatown dim sum restaurant, i had fairly low expectations, I was unfortunately right. 

The branding, decor and decent service fail to make up for the poor food, dim sum was below average but did come out pretty quick. The mains were even worse, I opted for the Katsu Curry... big mistake, it was dry and the chicken was like cardboard. No flavour and did i mention super dry. I asked for extra sauce which took a while to arrive, by which time i had lost appetite and it was such a small amount it would be like a drop in a dessert. 

Not sure how this place stays open, I guess each to their own some people like this style food. 


We came here for a pre-theatre dinner, arriving just after 6:00 and letting the server know right away that we would need to be out for a 7:30 show, which they said would be fine. They were trying out a new electronic ordering system and after the four of us had all given our orders, we needed to give them all over again as the first try didn’t get submitted. I wasn’t feeling like a huge meal and just ended up ordering one of their mains salads. Many of the vegetables not only didn’t taste fresh, they sort of tasted off. The service was very slow, and we ended up having to rush to pay our bill and leave before we had even finished our food since we were about to miss our show.

had a terrible experience here. Service was just appalling some of our group was left waiting for food while others kept asking for things like sauces over and over again - constantly waiting to get our drinks served. Raised with the manager who was unapologetic. wont be returning

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