The cult NY restaurant has made the jump across the pond; what can diners can expect from the Covent Garden-based outpost? Primely located by the plaza with Balthazar as its neighbour, the fresh space is strewn with foliage and decked out in pale wood and gingham. With some mains creeping above the £30 mark we stick to dim sum and small plates: parcels jam-packed with chicken arrive atop rich mushroom ragout, quickly followed by sticky-glazed slices of beef and generously-sized pork and crab Xiaolongbao (soup dumplings) complete with a novel – and handy – straw to slurp up the super tasty broth. Signature Pac Mac har gow deliver on taste as well as the fun factor, whilst cheeseburger spring rolls dunked liberally in secret sauce (did someone say Golden Arches?) are a revelation – light, crisp casing gives way to full of flavour meat. Embark on a journey with these globetrotting plates.