Tai Pan Alley is hosting a boozy bottomless brunch with the very best of Asian street food.
When you think of your favourite kind of street food, chances are you’ll come up with an Asian dish. Be it a box of tandoori chicken from Borough Market or a spicy bowl full of Vietnamese pho; a hearty portion of Asian street is sure to punctuate the weekends of many a Londoner. Combining this love with another concept the city has sorely-missed over lockdown–the bottomless brunch–is surely a no-brainer, right? From May 22, Tai Pan Alley in Camden is giving you just that, with a delectable three-course brunch and bottomless Cosmopolitan, Prosecco or Langkawi Island Iced Tea.
Diners will have 90-minutes of drinks on tap to alongside a mouth-watering array of tasty street food dishes, all cooked by home-cook chefs. All this in the beautifully-decorated venue, complete with vibrant art and neon lights, is the perfect way to celebrate the return of the brunch.
Tai Pan Alley showcases the very best of Asian home-cooking, melding together the beautiful tastes of Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, India and China. The space takes inspiration from the back markets of Bangkok, both in the energy of the setting and the great-tasting food provided.
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