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With so many Chinese, Indian and Thai restaurants in London, how does one stand out from the ever-increasing crowd? Combine the strengths and influences of all three is the answer, and is the approach taken by the Hokkien Chan restaurant, which specialises in pan-Asian dishes derived from sources all over the sub-continent, and fused with modern European flair and London-standard service levels to deliver an unrivalled dining experience in the city.
The Hokkien Chan restaurant is located right in London Wall in EC2M, just a short walk from Liverpool Street Station and a popular choice among local workers and tourists checking it out. Its basement location could have worked against it; instead, ever innovative, the chaps at Hokkien Chan have augmented the darkness to deliver a rich ambience, augmented by beautiful fabrics, smooth lines and intimate lighting throughout, creating a setting that is sleek, chic and sophisticated.
Open from noon until 10.30pm every weekday, the Hokkien Chan is a popular option for romantic evening meals and large social gatherings, thanks to its vibrant atmosphere and impressive selection of cocktails and bar drinks. As for the food, the very best of Malay, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes are served, with specials including chargrilled chicken satay, crispy monkfish with tamarind sauce and fried shallot, Thai green papaya salad with cashews, Mongolian lamb skewer and a range of delicious stir fries. Desserts, wines and beers take on a more international flavour, and are derived from all over the globe.