The self professed 'Demon Chef' Alvin Leung, who runs the world famous 2 Michelin starred BO restaurant in Hong Kong, is set to open a new restaurant in London.
Bo London will open its doors on the 6th December located in London's Mayfair area and the restaurant promises to offer up the X-treme Chinese cuisine that has made Leung so famous.
The restaurant will continue to combine old Chinese cooking traditions and cultures with new modernists cooking techniques. The restaurant will seat around 32 people and includes a private dining area for 10 -Bo London will also serve a selection of Dim Sum dishes at lunch time.
Speaking about the venture Leung said: “London has this unique energy and just feels different from any other city I’ve been to. It has a wonderful rich history of tradition, ceremony and craftsmanship and as long as that is respected, there is also a celebration of innovation and modernism. It seems to filter into every corner - whether it’s design, fashion, music, visual art or even its dynamic food scene. I’m really looking forward to opening Bo London and becoming part of it.”
Take a look at the video below for a sneek peak of what to expect:
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