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Largest Asian foodhall to launch near Brent this month

From katsu curry to fluffy dumplings, Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall has more than 20 stalls of delicious cuisine to chose from

London's largest Asian foodhall is set to open this month on the border of Brent and Barnet.

Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall will open on Monday July 10 in Edgeware Road.

The food hall celebrates Asia’s vibrant culture with an eclectic mix of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Taiwanese and Malaysian cuisine.

Take a look at some of the tasty dishes on offer below.

Food Stalls

Chatime

Chatime(Image: Bang Bang Oriental Food Market)

Using state-of-the-art machines and 30 years of tea manufacturing experience, Chatime brews fresh, high quality bubble teas with a selection of innovative flavours

Wonderful Patisseries

Wonderful Patisseries is renowned for its delicious Oriental desserts and is the brains behind the Instagram craze – green tea ice cream served in a fish shaped cone.

Four Seasons

Four Seasons(Image: Edward Laxamana)

This Bayswater and Chinatown institution has been named as having "the best roast duck in the world" by the Financial Times.

Sukaria

Sukaria brings a new twist to traditional Asian cooking skills with its Cantonese, Hakka and Malaysian dishes.

The stall will serve Street Food dishes such as braised pork knuckles; and Mee Rojak with crispy bang bang chicken.

UMi

UMi(Image: Edward Laxamana)

UMi specialises in Sushi, Maki, Freshly sliced Sashimi and Tempura as well as dessert favourites with a Japanese twist.

Cafe La Viet

Bun bo hue at Cafe La Viet(Image: Bang Bang Oriental Food Market)

Seasonal and local Vietnamese dishes include hearty bowls of pho and vermicelli; and a selection of Com rice dishes including Com Suon Bo – marinated beef ribs with rice, salad and pickles.

Uncle Chilli

Uncle Chilli brings the heat to Bang Bang Oriental with the flavours of Sichuan.

LongJi Hong Kong Restaurant

LongJi showcases the best of contemporary Asian cuisine with a Western twist with influences from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Korea, and Singapore.

Royal China One 68 Dim Sum

One 68 Dim Sum(Image: Prvisual.com)

One 68 Dim Sum brings back memories of Hong Kong with its delicate dumplings, fluffy buns and endless cups of Chinese tea.

Little Thai Silk

Thai Silk(Image: Edward Laxamana)

Top favourites include Spicy mince pork rice with egg, mango papaya salad, and Thai sausage.

Bánh&Chè

Banh and Che(Image: Banh and Che)

Bánh&Chè serves traditional Vietnamese culinary delights with a French influence.

Fusion dishes include Xoi sticky rice, Gỏicuốn Vietnamese spring rolls, and Bahn Mi - chicken, pork, duck or aubergine baguettes, washed down with authentic Vietnamese iced coffee.

Ramen Samurai - Ryu

Rame Samurai Ryu

Ramen Samurai Ryu is a famous Hong Kong chain of Ramen noodles from the Godfather of Ramen - Yamagishi Kazuo, who was the inventor of Tsukemen.

Guests can feast on various Ramen incarnations including original, garlic and spicy flavour, served traditionally with egg and chicken in chicken broth.

Taiwanese Street Food

For an authentic taste of Taipei, Taiwanese Street Food’s menu focuses on traditional dishes served in Taiwanese night markets.

Yaki Ya Grill Japan

Yaki Ya Grill(Image: Yaki Ya Grill)

Yaki Ya Grill Japan serves traditional Yakitori grill, which is one of the most popular delicacies in Japan

The traditional Japanese cuisine includes grilled squid, shishamo, salmon, shiitake mushroom, and donburi, as well as a selection of bento boxes.

Tibb’s Frankie

Tibbs Frankie(Image: Tibbs Frankie)

Tibb’s Frankie serves a mouth-watering variety of wraps which take inspiration from Lebanese pita breads, served with a variety of Indian fillings.

The wraps are packed with sumptuous fillings of fresh meats such as chicken and vegetables blended with its award winning masala.

Janchi Korean Kitchen

Guests can join Bang Bang Oriental for a "Janchi" and feast on bimbimbap and deopbap, which are some of Korea’s best-known dishes.

Bamboo Hut

Shuijian-Bao at Bamboo Hut(Image: Bang Bang Oriental Food Market)

Head to the buzzing streets of Beijing with Bamboo Hut and its exotic Chinese street food dishes.

Chinese meat pie(Image: Bang Bang Oriental Food Market)

Bamboo Hut creates an authentic and intense Chinese street food experience with its delectable dishes including Sheng Jian Bao (Pan-fried buns), pan-fried pork pies and burgers.

Xi Home

Xi Home(Image: Xi Home )

Xi Home’s specialist chefs create delicate dumplings including Pickled pork dumplings, Shrimp, leek and egg dumplings, and Pork, shrimp and cabbage dumplings.

Ichiban

Long Ji(Image: Prvisual.com)

Ichiban brings Japan’s favourite delicacies to Bang Bang Oriental with its classic katsu curry and boiled Eel in special sauce.

Yakitori will also be on offer including BBQ Eel and BBQ scallops, as well as traditional Teriyaki dishes.

Citropia Cafe

Cool down with fruit juice, smoothies and flavoured Earl Grey teas.

The Pearl Lounge

Guests can unwind in the opulent bar area located within the food hall.

The Pearl Lounge offers a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including a global selection of beers, ciders, wines, Champagnes, spirits and cocktails.

Wonder Bake

Japanese Green Tea at Wonder Bake(Image: Bang Bang Oriental Food Market)

This Oriental patisserie will serve an extensive range of egg tarts with global influences from Hong Kong, China and Portugal.

Coconut Tree

Coconut Tree brings a taste of Kuala Lumpur to Bang Bang Oriental with traditional Malaysian dishes.

Coconut Tree will be serving a large selection of halal dishes.

There will also be indoor and outdoor spaces for community events, dancing classes, and cultural activities such as Lion dancing.

The venue will be open all day from 10.30am until 9.30pm.

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