The best dim sum restaurant in London is the latest glamorous coup Wagamama creator Alan Yau. £ 4.2 million has cost the futuristic lit dream.
Designer Christian Liaigre has done all the work: About the tables, spans a starry sky, the bar consists of a shiny aquarium filled with exotic fish. And behind glass and huge cherry blossom branches, one sees the clever cooks under the supervision of Michelin star-holder Cheong Wah Soon. Gastro critics are unanimous that the food is first class and melt on your tongue.
In the tea room, the guest imagines, however, on a spaceship, and - once he has taken the first sip - well at least in the Seventh tea heaven.