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Dim T - London Bridge

2 More London Place, London, SE1 2DB, UK
Dim T - London Bridge Review
 
4 Star Rating
1 January 2014Dim T - London Bridge
Tags: London, UK, Chinese reviewsThe Bill: £38 per head
 

Dim T is a casual restaurant, offering popular, Westernised, modern Chinese cuisine. The restaurant has a chain feel to it, as, well, there are a few of them around. In fact, London holds 6 of the 8 restaurants in the group, and we visited their London Bridge location.

The restaurant boasts a noodle bar, where you can choose your own dish, as well as offering a healthy selection alongside their regular dishes. With an open kitchen, you’re able to catch the theatrics of their team of Chefs at work whilst you dine.

We were pleased to note on arrival that Dim T, London Bridge, had a buzzy and fun atmosphere. We noticed that the touristy-type crowd seemed to be thoroughly enjoying themselves, and we looked forward to what our meal had in store for us.

“The relaxed and friendly atmosphere makes it great for an informal meal.”

To start, we opted for some edamame beans and a portion of prawn crackers. These arrived as nibbles before our starters, which consisted of a Dim T sharing platter - including vegetable spring rolls, chicken gyoza, five spiced squid, salt and pepper prawns, edamame and ribs - and the homemade dim sum - one prawn and one chicken, cashew nuts and coriander.

For our main courses, we opted to try the crispy duck, served the traditional way with cucumber, spring onion, hoisin sauce and pancakes; and the crispy shredded beef in a sweet and spicy sauce. As a side dish, we opted for the coconut rice.

We thoroughly enjoyed our food, which was surprisingly fresh and well prepared. The only thing we noted was that the dim sum was a little bland, but that aside, it was an enjoyable meal. We also savoured a bottle of Tooma River Australian Shiraz, which went down very nicely with the food.

Considering we were not sure what to expect from Dim T, we really enjoyed our evening. Not only was the food good, the service was also friendly and efficient. It’s a great place to go if you’re looking for a snack after work, or maybe even for lunch as well as dinner. The relaxed and friendly atmosphere makes it great for an informal meal. We can certainly recommend it.

 
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