Win a Chinese New Year prize from Ping Pong restaurant in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 12:16 06 February 2014 | UPDATED: 12:16 06 February 2014

Ping Pong is located in the London Designer Outlet in Wembley

Ping Pong is located in the London Designer Outlet in Wembley

Thomas Lakeman Photography

Dim Dum restaurant Ping Pong has teamed up with the Times to celebrate the Chinese New Year and welcome the Year of the Horse.

The eatery located in the London Designer Outlet in Wembley has four prizes consisting of a meal for two, a set of fortune telling chopsticks and a lucky red envelope to give away to Times readers.

Inside the envelopes there is a random prize from Ping Pong, or from their partners including the National Theatre, The British Museum, Tate Modern and others, including a trip to China courtesy of Wendy Wu tours.

The branch in the 350,000 feet square centre was the first in the chain to include a brand new design referencing the urban style of Shanghai chic, both modern and 1930s.

It has a distinctly different feel to its sister restaurants with its splashes of paprika red, jade green and charcoal grey.

In addition, the dim sum counter has been brought forward to the front of the restaurant so diner can witness their meals being prepared in front of them.

Ping Pong are offering a limited edition menu including Shanghainese noodles, Tapioca Pearls cocktail and Chaozhou Vegetable dumplings as part of the New Year celebrations.

To help wash down your meal you can enjoy a cocktail created by Daniele Ziaco, Ping Pong’s head mixologist.

The Dancing Dragon is made with kalamansi, a sour orange-like tropical fruit, with white coconut milk and lychee juice.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the four prizes please answer the following question: What animal is it the year of?

Email your answer with your name, address and a daytime number to by 9am on February 10.

Please title your email Ping Pong competition.

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