Yauatcha was one of the first restaurants to introduce true Cantonese food to Londoners - a city that had mostly otherwise been subsisting on a diet of takeout chow mein. This is an excellent restaurant from top to bottom, but dim sum is the reason you come here. It’s great for a group or a date, assuming everyone is ready to punish themselves with dumplings. Not ready to commit to a full meal? Their street-level patisserie is one of the best in town.