Kung Fu Burger to open in London's Chinatown

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Kung Fu Burger to open in London's Chinatown

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Restaurateur Alex Xu is bringing another concept to London's Chinatown this summer in what will be his fourth venue in the location.

Located at 104 Shaftesbury Avenue, Kung Fu Burger is inspired by the current street food phenomenon sweeping the ESEA region and will serve a range of burgers, featuring a sourdough Chinese-style bun and a variety of fillings, from shredded pork belly to chicken, and vegetables.

Operating out of a 100sq ft kiosk it will joins Xu’s three other food and drink venues in Chinatown - hand-pulled noodle restaurant Kung Fu Noodle​, bubble tea brand Happy Lemon, and Taiwanese dessert parlour Meet Fresh, which is adjacent to the new Kung Fu Burger location.

“Chinatown London has proven time and time again to be the perfect location in the capital to launch a concept inspired by the ESEA region, and I have seen the destination evolve over the years into a cultural hub reflective of the Far East," says Xu.

"Kung Fu Burger brings the Chinese inspired burger trend to London, and given the ongoing success of Happy Lemon, Meet Fresh, and Kung Fu Noodle, I have great confidence in this latest operation within the Chinatown London portfolio.”

The announcement follows the news that SanHao​, a restaurant focused on hand-pulled noodles and soups, will be debuting within Chinatown London from the restaurateurs behind Hong Kong style café The Eight and Pan-Asian concept YiQi.

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