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A fusion of food and art

After the huge success of Duddell’s first restaurant in Hong Kong, the Michelin star brand brings their fusion of art and food to London. They specialise in creating unique destinations where people can eat, drink and socialise whilst appreciating year-round art exhibitions. 
The London Bridge restaurant is a work of art in itself, set within the Grade II listed St. Thomas Church. If you take a look around the restaurant you can spot many of the original features including stained glass windows, coats of arms and of course you cannot miss the incredible wooden alter. 

Ex Hakkasan chef, Daren Liew heads up the kitchen, bringing over 20 years of experience to the team. Apart from suggesting you taste every single delicious dish on their Cantonese menu, you must order the Dim Sum Symphony. Duddell’s have some of the best dim sum chefs in London creating mini works of art, including a gold fish shaped dumpling, complete with scales and little eyes!

On the menu you will find Cantonese classics such as Peking duck and crispy salted chicken but what really stood out was the Duddell’s supreme lobster noodles and the abalone rice. Taking between 4-8hrs to prepare, both of these dishes are an explosion of flavour!

Great For: 

- Enjoying a cocktail whilst watching the chefs in the open dim sum kitchen

- Great venue and location for corporate events

Web: https: //

Phone: 020 3957 9932


Price Range: £££      Dim Sum: £7 - £9/A La Carte: £19 - £54 per dish

Must Try: 
Peking Duck with fennel sugar

Abalone rice with shimeji mushroom and asparagus 

Chilled mango cream dessert

Opening hoursTues - Fri Lunch: 12pm - 3pm Dinner: 5:30pm - 11pm Sat & Sun: Lunch: 12pm - 3pm Dinner: 6pm - 11pm (Sun – 10:30pm) Sun: Lunch: 12pm - 3pm Dinner: 6pm – 10:30pm
Address9A St. Thomas Street, London SE1 9RY
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