Red Farm is a New York institution that has made its way across the pond and all the way to a small space in Covent Garden. They do Chinese food here, but you should be going specifically for their crab soup dumplings, a doughy balloon of soup, served with a straw. It’s all very cute, but, sadly, the prices aren’t quite as cute, and you can easily drop forty quid in a single sitting here
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