With all the hype over the opening of their first London restaurant, could Din Tai Fung live up to expectations? We went to check out the famous Taiwanese dumpling chain's Covent Garden restaurant.
The people behind Pac Man dumplings are coming to London. Expect a modern take on Chinese dim sum with a few NYC influences too.
Fancy free dumplings this week? Of course you do. Head to King's Cross station on Wednesday lunchtime and look out for a towering cart of dumplings outside the station. It's there to publicise the opening of the new W Hotel in Shanghai.
W Shanghai – The Bund has come up with a London-inspired Chinese ‘Wake Up Wonton’ designed by chef Ning Ma of Mamalan. Based on traditional Chinese noodle soup, Ning Ma's wonton noodle combines coffee flavours with a twist of cream.
They've graduated from street food to permanent restaurant - we head over to Carnaby to check out Ugly Dumpling's new spot.
We can never get enough dumpling news, to be frank. And getting the news that Yum Bun are opening a dumplings spot is doubly good.
Just launched in Dinerama, we're told they'll be serving up "Northern Chinese-inspired Xian spices with cumin and coriander, chive-infused oils and rich fillings inside a fresh and delicate dumpling case" and they're calling that "The Big Hug".
And those fillings will be the
What: The Ugly Dumplings
In a nutshell: Anglo-Chinese dumpling and noodle joint
Summing it all up: Street traders The Ugly Dumplings are opening their first permanent site, taking over the old Little Pitt site off Carnaby Street