Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 29 and Version 28 of Phoenix Palace, NW1 5PG
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Child-friendliness: Like most good Chinese restaurants, they welcome children. On our June 2012 evening visit, the staff were happy to interact with the younger children in our party (a 4-year-old and a 4-month-old).
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<div class="last_verified">Last visited by [[Kake]] et al., June 2012. Opening hours and dim sum times taken from the Phoenix Palace website, March 2010.</div>
<div class="last_verified">Last visited by [[Leon]], [[Kake]], [[Ilmari]], and others, 5 June 2008. Opening hours and dim sum times taken from the Phoenix Palace website, March 2010.</div>
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category='Child Friendly,Chinese Food,Dim Sum,Restaurants,Vegan Friendly,Vegetarian Friendly'
category='Chinese Food,Dim Sum,Restaurants,Vegan Friendly,Vegetarian Friendly'
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Very good Chinese restaurant in Marylebone, just off Baker Street. Has a seemingly never ending menu full of good things. They offer one set vegan menu and one set vegetarian menu, and they also do dim sum at lunchtimes (noon-5pm Mon-Sat, 11am-5pm Sun/Bank Hol).
Bob, elvum, and friends paid an evening visit in July 2007. We started with the mixed cold hors d'oeuvres platter (£7.50/head), which consisted of pig trotter, beef shin, jellyfish, spicy cuttlefish, and prawns in salad cream. The cuttlefish was particularly tasty.
Our mains were equally interesting, and indeed equally excellent. We ordered a salt fish and chicken casserole, wild boar curry, belly pork and mustard green casserole, and the four-meat rotisserie plate. The average price per item was about £13.
The member of staff who took our order had slight issues with our English, and service wasn't as fast as it could have been, but these are very minor points.
Leon, Kake, Ilmari, and other Perlmongers visited on a Thursday lunchtime in June 2008 to have some dim sum. The way it works is that you tick what you want on a paper menu, and give it to the staff. Most people were very keen on the dim sum. Kake was happy with the fried turnip cake; it actually tasted of turnip, which doesn't always happen. Soup dumplings were juicy rather than soupy. Congee was good, and a single portion was enormous. Egg tarts arrived warm. The tea was rubbish though; overbrewed and overstrong.
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