3.5 £15

Gerrard’s Corner, W1

My favourite spot for Dim Sum in Chinatown

Pretty much every restaurant in China town serves Dim Sum, but Gerrard’s Corner is my favourite. It’s usually busy but it’s big enough that you won’t have to wait long, if at all to be seated.

There’s a large range of Dim Sum on offer at Gerrard’s Corner, just tick the ones you want on the slip and you’re on your way. The Char Sui Pork buns were great, as are the Yam CroquettesVietnamese Spring Rolls and Cheung Fun. The Ho Fun with Beef in Black Bean sauce is a delicious accompaniment to the feast.

  • Gerrard’s Corner, W1 review - Scoff Reviews

    Aromatic Crispy Duck

  • Gerrard’s Corner, W1 review - Scoff Reviews

    Yam Croquettes

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    Octopus Thai Style

  • Gerrard’s Corner, W1 review - Scoff Reviews

    Vietnamese Spring Rolls

  • Gerrard’s Corner, W1 review - Scoff Reviews

    Pork, Prawn & Scallop Cheung Fun

  • Gerrard’s Corner, W1 review - Scoff Reviews

    Char Sui Pork Buns

  • Gerrard’s Corner, W1 review - Scoff Reviews

    Shanghai Dumplings

It’s reasonably priced, as Dim Sum should be and the service is efficient. It’s no frills, traditional Dim Sum in a comfortable setting without a big price tag.

Posted in: 3 Star, Central London, Chinese, Dim Sum, London, Lunch, Restaurants

The Bill

2 Diners
1/4 Aromatic Crispy Duck£9.00
Char Sui Pork Buns£2.70
Shanghai Dumplings£3.00
Pork, Prawn & Scallop Cheung Fun£3.50
Vietnamese Spring Roll£2.60
Yam Croquette£2.60
Octopus Thai Style£3.20
Crabmeat and Sweet Corn Soup£3.00
Chinese Tea£2.00
Per person£15.80

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Gary Simmons
122 reviews

Founder of Scoff Reviews and Design Superheroes, co-founder of Scoffers App and Eat My World and in to all things foodie, Gary has eaten 13 meals in one day, a tarantula, a scorpion, the world's hottest chilli and most expensive soup.

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