Princess Garden of Mayfair

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AMAZING! MY ALL TIME FAV CHINESE RESTAURANT
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Overall rating 9 stars
Food 9 | Service 9 | Atmosphere 9 | Value for money 9
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

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Cheese and Biscuits

Cheese and Biscuits - 8/10

Monday, May 28, 2012 - The highlights are worth pointing out - perfect greaseless taro croquettes, all crunchy and spindly on the outside and containing a rich, salty vegetable paste; a variety of piping hot dumplings in various shapes and sizes, all soft and fresh; a really interesting pan-fried glutinous rice dish, sort of a flat rice pancake; some golden baked char siu bao (pork puff things) with a good sweet piggy filling; and of course the aforementioned cheung fun, a cuttlefish version in particular boasting the flavour and bounce of great fresh seafood. A very generous feed, then, and not a single item (apart from some slightly chewy beancurd skin rolls) less than hugely enjoyable.

London Eater

London Eater

Saturday, September 17, 2011 - I thought the shiu mai was constellations above the London competition, managing to tamp sheerly decadent rims of pork fat with copious amonts of mushroom and crab. The ball of dumpling was so bouncy, it could double as a tennis ball - bounce in this type of dumpling is the best kind of attribute...Princess Gardens is currently serving my favourite dim sum in London, besting Pearl Liang. It carries the right kind of atmosphere and the quality of food is redolent of many fond things.

Tamarind and Thyme

Tamarind and Thyme

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 - Their wu kok, a fluffy fried taro pastry with a meat filling, a firm favourite of mine, was very good and especially fluffy. Mr Noodles was raving about the golden cuttlefish cheung fun and so of course, we had to try it! I had no idea what to expect (I think images of golden tentacles waving out from the cheung fun filled my mind) and so was pleasantly surprised to find a tube of cuttlefish paste wrapped first with a fried tofu skin wrapper and then encased in the cheung fun. What a great variety of textures - bouncy, crispy and slippery smooth - and yes, it was tasty too.

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