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I can say that this place is really delicious and they make handmade dumplings But the service is one of the worst i have encountered since I am London. They were only repeating 'cash, cash, cash' and we were going to go to the Atm...More
I had a minimum time to eat as I was on the way to an appointment.
So I have chosen this place: they are very friendly, fast with the service & serve fantastic handcrafted dumplings / very good price value! I will definitively come back...More
We have been meaning to go and eat at Jen Cafe and decided we should go this weekend and how disappointed I was!
We ordered vegetable noodles soup and the noodles like it came out of a packet and the vegetable was just one type...More
The Jen cafe is a very basic cafe with a short (and not cheap) menu. But the real reason to go to it is for its traditional Beijing-style pork dumplings, steamed and served alone (save for soy or chili sauce) - there's often a lady...More
Went here for out usual pork dumplings which arrive quick and are very yummy. Not a massive fan of other things on the menu except maybe cabbage and pork soup. Not very expensive. Don’t come here for special occasions, only for casual meals. The place...More
My partner and I were visiting London for my 30th birthday and whilst we were in China Town, we decided to stop for a bite and a drink. Came into the cafe and asked for a seat for two people, the put us onto a...More
If your looking for a quiet table, smart professional service in comfort, this is not the place for you. If your after authentic Chinese food and your not bothered about comfort or who you sit next to with a busy but relaxed atmosphere then find...More
Jen's is a great place to pop in to for a quick snack, and has its own particular unpretentious charm. There isn't a great deal of room so it's a very cosy place. And you can watch more delicious fresh dumplings being made as you...More
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