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Discover a collection of independent outlets, showcasing the very best of Asian homestyle cooking, including Thai, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Indian & Chinese dim sum.
The point of difference within Tai Pan Alley compared to other foodcourts in London, is that we are celebrating the home-cooks. The purpose of each outlet is to bring Londoners an authentic taste of the owner’s respective home country and region. Tai Pan Alley aims to bring together and provide opportunities for aspiring chefs and home-cooks who have not yet had the opportunity to showcase their culinary talents on a wider stage.
These aspiring chefs are usually found producing incredible food in the privacy of their own home, the food of childhood memories and creature comforts, which will now be available to the public.
Having lived in London for the past 20 years, Nhung Adams has always worked in Vietnamese restaurants, giving her the chance to use the cooking techniques she learnt growing up in Ho Chi Minh City.
Jimmy Gadafi is passionate about sharing Malaysian culture, hospitality and gastronomy to the people of London. Born in Kuala Lumpur, he grew up in Petaling Jaya surrounded by multicultural atmosphere, food and traditions with his Chindian (Chinese and Indian mixed heritage) mother and Bugis Malay father.
Chef Joe originates from Phayao, the North of Thailand. Taking inspiration and techniques from his upbringing and experiences, Chef Joe cooks authentic Thai food with a twist that everyone from a Londoner to a local Thai diner will enjoy.
Having grown up in Kathmandu, Nepal, Umesh has always enjoyed travelling and exploring food and culture. His main inspiration for cooking came from his mom. As a young boy he loved watching her cook and that’s how he found the passion he carries with him today.