Bang Bang Oriental: London’s Biggest Asian Foodhall

By Phil Clarke, Editor of The Handbook website Phil Clarke |
31st August 2017

Fancy a Chinese? Fancy 20 Chineses? If you enjoy your pan-Asian cuisine then Bang Bang Oriental is going to float your junk, with over 20 restaurants under one roof. This Wembley-based Asian version of Borough Market combines the best of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Taiwanese and Malaysian cuisines to provide an exciting new eating experience in North London.

The hub of this development is the Golden Dragon, the so-called ‘flagship’ restaurant with 300 covers offering dimsum lunches and an extensive Chinese menu in the evenings. Surrounding this centrepiece there are more food types than you could count on your abacus, including; bowls of pho and vermicelli at Hanoi inspired Cafe la Viet, Ramen noodles from Ramen Samurai Ryu, Bake Off Creme de la Creme’s Jonathan Deddis and his Sushi, Maki, Freshly sliced Sashimi and Tempura at UMi, oriental desserts from WONDERFUL PATISSERIES among a long list of stunning sounding and tasting eateries.

As well as traditional street food, fine dining, bars and a food court the 32,000 square foot venue also includes a community space for dance lessons, cultural activities and community events; but for us it’s all about a fantastic new food venue arriving in North London. Bang Bang means ‘good’ in Mandarin and we’re expecting plenty of good stuff from Bang Bang Oriental.

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