Review on Cha Cha Moon
Alan Yau returns to his street canteen roots with this credit crunch-busting diner in the heart of Soho and Cha Cha Moon offers 'a people's republic of China in a bowl,' according to The Independent: it's racy, great fun, chic and as cheap as you could wish for.
The bare-boarded canteen style of Yau's original Wagamama concept is back, with serried rows of communal tables, bamboo ceilings, high stools and a fired-up open kitchen at the heart of things - all reminiscent of Hong Kong's 'dai pai dongs' (street stalls peddling noodles, congees and stir-fries). The menu follows suit, bringing on board high-turnover dishes from the regions, pepped up with a contingent of sides/starters such as vegetable spring rolls, goutie chicken dumplings and the like. To drink there are arcane alcohol-free concoctions, plus beers, a mere handful of wines and some glossy cocktails.
Cha Cha Moon now serves esoteric Chinese breakfasts, and also does takeaways.
Cha Cha Moon is also featured in: Good Food GuideRate this Restaurant
Le Kim Choong
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.30am through until
Dinner: 11.00pm (11.30pm Fri & Sat) (12.00 - 10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express