Food + Drink

Ping Pong Celebrates China’s Golden Age with ‘Forbidden Martini’

Inspired by BP’s exhibition that is currently on at the British Museum, Ming: 50 years that changed China, London’s leading Chinese dim sum and cocktail restaurant, Ping Pong, has created a unique cocktail by the name of The Forbidden Martini.
The specially inspired Forbidden Martini cocktail is a sweet, cherry-flavoured martini with Kamm & Sons spirit, lychee-infused sake, cherry liqueur, longan juice, egg white, blackberries, hibiscus and mulberry vinegar. Ping Pong invites everyone to come and enjoy the new tipple complimentary* at any Ping Pong restaurant in London, upon presentation of a valid British Museum ticket for the exhibition.
Bringing to life the nation’s ancient history when the most dynamic of ruling families established Beijing as the capital and built The Forbidden City, the sparkling exhibition explores a golden age in China’s history. The exhibition features a range of spectacular objects including exquisite porcelain, gold, jewellery, furniture, paintings, sculptures and textiles. Hailing from museums across China and the rest of the world, many of these artifacts have only recently been discovered and have never been seen outside China.
Ping Pong will also be offering the chance to win a trip to China courtesy of For details on how to enter, visit
For more information on the partnership and what Ping Pong’s has to offer, visit The exhibition is open from 18th September 2014 to 5th January 2015, to purchase tickets visit:
*Offer includes one Forbidden Martini per person, per exhibition ticket. Offer is available with a minimum spend of £10 per person and only valid with a British Museum exhibition ticket to The BP exhibition Ming: 50 years that changed China. Offer is available from 7th October 2014 to 19th January 2015. Offer is subject to availability. No cash alternatives available. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, discount or voucher. Offer is available at all London branches.



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