Lunch @ Shuang Shuang - Piccadilly Circus, London

This afternoon we had met up with our lovely friends Micah and Eric. Our original plan was to go to the Zoo but a few days prior, we checked the weather and it was predicted to rain. So we opted to meet up for lunch in Central London.

I had suggested we come here, as it's somewhere I've wanted to take James for a while since my dinner here with Rochelle. Great food for great value!

The restaurant is set up like YoSushi! Different coloured plates, each colour representing a different price all on a conveyor belt with seating around.

We must admit this wouldn't be the best place for a large group of friends to meet up, as we all sat in a row to each other, rather than facing each other but we made it work and conversation was still flowing.

We each went for making our own which consisted of 3 simple steps:

Step one: Choose your broth (unlimited)
Step two: Mix your dipping sauce
Step three: Choose your ingredients

The deal we went for included all of the above, with 3 green plates and noodles. All for £9.90 but extra if you chose a certain broth. Also 15% discount with student cards (which both James and Micah forgot to use)

Both James and Eric chose the Tom Yam broth, spicy! Which surprised me actually, that James picked a spicy one and I didn't. Micah and I opted for the Black Bird, Micah doesn't like spicy food and I controlled my spice with my dipping sauce.

For the amount you pay, compared to how much you can get out of this meal is definitely value for money! We were all happily stuffed and enjoyed the dining experience.

Crispy Matcha Sundae - £4.95
Straight after, we headed just around the corner into Soho for some dessert!

Neither of us has been here before but I've passed it several times before and it shows to very popular as I've never seen an empty seat and there's always a queue. Today wasn't too bad but still no seating.

Although I've wanted to try this for ages, I forgot how much I wasn't a big fan of Matcha, James wasn't a fan at all but we believe Matcha requires a particular type of taste and it wasn't ours but Micah seemed to have enjoyed hers very much.

Shortly after, we walked around and found a Starbucks to chill at as it started raining before we departed. It had been such a lovely little catch up and we may or may not have planned our next get together in another UK city.

Food: ★★★
Customer service: ★★
Atmosphere: ★★★




  1. I always feel hungry and a need for wanting to go out for food after your posts hehe, can I third wheel you guys some time and join you? Haha! You always find the loveliest places to eat out. Those deserts look so quirky and scrumptious too! Sounds like you had a fabulous time!

    Lots and lots of love - ALWAYS
    Charlene McElhinney

    1. Hahah well that is secretly our aim! Of course you can, not such thing as third wheeling haha it was a lovely day full of food and catch ups!

      Thank you for reading and commenting☺️💓

  2. This good sounds absolutely amazing , and really good value for money! The deserts also look so delicious. I often go to soho so I will have to try it out X

    1. Defo value for money! You just can't go wrong to be honest! If you do visit, let us know how you get on!

      Thank you for reading and commenting☺️💓

  3. Oh wow I've not come across this place yet but is does sound like a great place to be with friends! Oh damn I really want to try matcha but i'm not sure I'll like it!! One day! Haha!

    1. Oh it's sooo good and defo worth going! Matcha is weird but try it and let us know if you like it or not!

      Thank you for reading and commenting☺️💓


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