Dim-Sum is Awe-Sum

Did you know that some people think that Royal China’s food is almost as good as China’s Chinese food itself? Located in Baker’s Street, Queensway, and several other destinations in London, this fancy, decorative eatery will bring Chinese people back to their roots. With priceless dishes such as soup dumplings and pork buns, this restaurant is one people will never forget! My friends Max and Annika also dined at this location with us for a filling lunch after a long time in the park. Here is a fun fact that I learned at Royal China: the spinner on the table, which holds all the food is called the Lazy Susan. I think this is because someone named Susan was lazy, so an inventor created a spinner, put it on a table and named it the Lazy Susan.

Photo Jun 21, 2 03 32 PMA few days before Royal China, we explored the London Chelsea soccer stadium. Here is a picture of my sister and I.File Jun 30, 3 16 31 PM

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  1. Sof says:

    We are in London!!! See you soon!

    btw, although I had heard of a lazy Susan before, I had only heard the term being used to describe corner cabinets with the same rotation. Now I know to use it when referring to dining tables as well.

    SA

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  2. Cathy says:

    Wonderful article, Nate! Great photos, too! Do you take some of the photos or are all of them taken by your uncle?

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    1. n8chen says:

      My uncle has a very nice camera so he does most of the picture taking! BUT, I am usually the one to remind him!

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