Ping Pong, Westbourne Grove, Paddington

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Ping Pong
Ping Pong, 74-76 Westbourne Grove, Paddington
London  W2 5SH
+44 (0) 20 7313 9832
 Chinese menu
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 11 AM–10.30 PM   Tuesday 11 AM–10.30 PM   Wednesday 11 AM–10.30 PM   Thursday 11 AM–11 PM   Friday 11 AM–11 PM   Saturday 12 noon–11.30 PM
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Ping Pong's first restaurant opened in London's Soho, architect David Marquardt and brand designer Niclas Sellebraten having developed an interior architecture and style that is contemporary yet respectful of the traditions of dim sum cuisine. Combining a sense of relaxed order with warmth and comfort, the restaurant possesses its own distinctive atmosphere, yet at the same time defines the ideal of the modern dim sum restaurant everywhere. There are now several branches across London.

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Alounak is a pricey Iranian restaurant in Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile from Ping Pong. The popularity of these restaurants with Middle Eastern locals is a good pointer to the quality of the Iranian cuisine at Alounak. All the dishes on the menu are Halal dishes and are very reasonably priced and served in an authentic atmosphere.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen is a mid-cost American restaurant at 50 Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile away. Gourmet Burger Kitchen has a trendy interior and, although a bit more expensive than the average high street burger joint, the delicious burgers and other dishes are huge and freshly prepared with large side orders to match. Catering for vegetarians is provided.

C & R Restaurant is an expensive Malaysian restaurant in Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile from Ping Pong, and provides vegetarian dishes, air conditioning, bar

Greek Farmer is a Greek restaurant at 66 Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile away

Al Waha is an expensive Lebanese restaurant in Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile from Ping Pong. Al Waha serve a variety of Lebanese dishes at their restaurant. Catering for private parties of up to 45 people is available upon request.

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Local pubs

Westbourne House is in Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile from Ping Pong, and provides cocktails, a food menu, a wine bar, vegetarian dishes and has sports events on the TV

The Redan is in Westbourne Grove, less than ¼ mile away. The Redan sells drinks and serves a variety of traditional English dishes. Entertainment is provided in the form of pool tables, fruit machines, a jukebox and karaoke.

Prince Edward is in Princes Square, less than ¼ mile from Ping Pong. The Prince Edward is a pub that serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of bar food. Catering for private parties of up to 50 guests is available upon request.

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