New London food hall to open as event space

A new food hall and events venue, Bang Bang Oriental, will open in London this summer.

Bang Bang Oriental to launch as event space
Bang Bang Oriental to launch as event space

Designed by Stiff + Trevillion to be the city’s largest Asian food hall, the venue can accommodate up to 120 people for a corporate event. With kiosks serving a mix of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Singaporean, Taiwanese and Malaysian cuisine, the venue is aiming to replicate a traditional Asian street food market.

The North London space will also be home to the Golden Dragon flagship restaurant, which will offer dim sum lunches for up to 300 guests. Bang Bang Oriental is a green initiative, with sustainability important to the site. The venue will feature state-of-the-art technology such as a bio-fuel cylinder, which will collect food waste for energy regeneration and reduce carbon emissions.

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

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