Chinese New Year news: Goldfish Dumplings by Ping Pan-Asian

Want a Chinese New Year nibble that will make any lunch date memorable? Or a deli buy that will wow your guests? The Year of the Rat is perfectly welcomed with Goldfish Dumplings, created by Masterchef’s champion champion Ping Coombes and Malaysian brand Pappa Rich housed within Selfridges Oxford Street.

Inspired by an original taste of Malaysian-Chinese cuisine, the new dish is available on the fourth floor restaurant and also in the deli.

Ping said: “I’m delighted to be celebrating Chinese New Year for the first time at Ping Pan-Asian and share one of my favourite childhood dishes with guests at Selfridges. Chinese New Year is such a special celebration for my family, and across Malaysia. I used to eat my weight in dumplings as child so that I would have enough pocket money to last the year!

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to give guests the chance to share the occasion with their own loved ones with our fantastic Goldfish Dumplings at Ping Pan-Asian to wish them good luck and prosperity to see in the New Year.”

Be quick, the dish is only available until February 7.

Fact file

Pre-packed Gold Fish Dumplings are available at the delicatessen in Selfridges Foodhall for takeaway and will also be available ready-to-eat at Ping Pan-Asian’s outlet in Selfridges Kitchen on the fourth floor. Goldfish Dumplings will be priced at £7.50 for three pieces in Selfridges Kitchen and £1.60 per piece at the delicatessen in Selfridges Foodhall.

  • Ping Pan Asian                   
  • Restaurant: Selfridges Kitchen, 4th floor, 400 Oxford St, Marylebone, W1A 1AB
  • Delicatessen: Selfridges Food Hall, Ground Floor
  • Website & reservations:
  • Facebook: @pingpanasian
  • Instagram:                   Ping_panasian
  • Cuisine:                       Pan-Asian



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