Alan Yau's latest restaurant impresses

16 May 2008
Alan Yau's latest restaurant impresses

The Evening Standard's Fay Maschler finds Alan Yau's latest Cha Cha Moon the perfect indigestion remedy to the credit crunch.

Maschler describes noddle restaurant Cha Cha Moon as a concept destined to be rolled out and given that Yau was the greater of Wagamama, you'd be a fool to bet against that eventuality.

Time Out's Guy Dimond finds ex Caprice Holdings' and Ivy chef Mark Hix's Oyster & Chop House in East London thrilling.

Richard Vines from Bloomberg finds Dim Sum turning into the equivalent at of the all day breakfast with a visit to D.Sum2, an eatery near St. Paul's, and wishes he'd come up with the concept.

For these reviews in full and more see What's on the menu? >>

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