-By Suresh Hinduja
Ping is a restaurant with an interesting concept - part Chinese, with an emphasis on Dim sum, part dessert bay. It's a tidy, spanking clean space, with an air of casual comfort. The dim sum is the hot order here, and the Crab Dim sum is worth checking out. There are other, more unusual ones such as the Cabbage Dimsum and the Fish and Shiitake version. There are also Gyoza or pan-fried dumplings and Bao or stuffed, steamed buns. Interesting dips and sauces, such as wasabi mayo and an orange chilli dip accompany these more-ish morsels. The stir-fries are all well done and the Claypot is a satisfying dish as well. The Eight Treasure Tofu should go down well with vegetarians. The desserts are all rich concoctions, with plenty of innovation. A super value for money spot with some excellent food.
Review posted more than a year ago
I was not very well known about this place until I visited it with my college friends. As we were many people everyone ordered food as per their taste. The food was good and for college students like us it was affordable. Will visit again.
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