What they say:
The Ping Pong Dim Sum chain has experienced global success, but their Wembley addition shows they aren't prepared to rest on the laurels. Paprika red, jade green and charcoal grey colours permeate the contemporary interior in order to create a 1930's Shanghai chic feel, and much time and effort has gone in to the especially crafted artwork, lighting and panelling. The spontaneous menu is prepared to reflect the seasons, and there's a dedicated cocktail bar featuring a drinks cabinet packed to the rafters with interesting and innovative concoctions.
What we say:
It's refreshing to see an internationally acclaimed restaurant chain spice it up with something a little different. The Wembley branch of Ping Pong features a new branding scheme and design to keep things fresh. However they still keep crucial elements of what brought them success at the same time, there's a great mix of old and new. Moving the counter to the front is a nice touch and the slick design creates a quirky environment in which to drop in and chill out with some great food. This place is perfect for hungry shoppers to grab some respite and is a fantastic new addition to the Wembley scene.