oes this huge spot on Baker Street do some of the best dim sum in London? We think so. Now strap in, because here comes your order. You’re going to want the minced pork and shrimp dumplings, the roasted pork buns, the prawn cheung fun, the sesame prawn rolls, and the honey roast pork puffs. Around this point you’ll consider the shanghai pork dumplings and then think, well that’s a lot of pork. Ignore that voice, it also told you that emo-eye-patch-fringe was a good idea. Go ahead and lean into the pork offerings and please note, the Royal China classic cheung fun is essential.
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