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Ping Pong to unveil new look restaurant in the London Design Outlet in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 13:04 08 November 2013 | UPDATED: 13:04 08 November 2013

Ping Pong will open its ninth restaurant in LDO (Pic credit: Oliver Dixon)

Ping Pong will open its ninth restaurant in LDO (Pic credit: Oliver Dixon)

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The final restaurant which will open its doors in the London Designer Outlet in Wembley has been announced as an eatery offering Chinese cuisine.

Eateries which will open branches in the LDO

Cabana, Caffe Nero, Chaboba, Coast to Coast, Costa Coffee, Frankie & Benny’s, Handmade Burger Co, Jimmy’s, Las Iguanas, Nandos, Pizza Express, Pret, Prezzo, Starbucks, Subway, TGI Fridays, Wagamama, Wenzels and Zizzi

Ping Pong will be the chain’s ninth branch serving handmade, steamed dim sum, Chinese teas and artisanal cocktails.

Founded in 2004, the restaurant currently serves more than 11,000 customers each week and employs 400 staff.

The branch in the 350,000 feet square centre will unveil a brand new design referencing the urban style of Shanghai chic, both modern and 1930s.

It will have 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.

Art Sagiryan, CEO of Ping Pong, said: “Wembley will open with new Ping Pong branding and design and I am very excited to see this come to life at such an exciting location.”

For more information about LDO visit www.london-designer-outlet.com.


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