Review on Miusan
Chris Singam, the owner of the Caribbean restaurant brand Cottons has opened a Pan Asian restaurant called Miusan in Camden, North West London. The name is Cantonese for new temple, and is fashioned on the opulent 1940's opium dens of New York and Paris. Laid out over three floors it's a multi-functional space ideal for intimate dining, drinking or dancing. Dark wood candlelit tables are set against luxurious studded banquettes and staff are dressed in traditional Cantonese cheongsams.
Amongst the starters look for dishes like spicy fried chicken wings or salt and chilli squid before moving on to barbequed sea bass wrapped in a banana leaf. Elsewhere you might be tempted by a classic Malaysian chicken curry or one of their sharing platters such as Kampung, which consists of sweet potato patties, chickpea and coriander fritters, quinoa and lime leaf satay with curried potatoes.
There's a concise wine list compiled to complement the dishes or hand-crafted cocktails with an Orient twist such as Lau's Den with mango infused vodka, mango juice, jalapenos, agave nectar, lime juice and orange bitter.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 5.00 - 10.00pm Wed-Fri (3.00 - 10.00pm Sat & Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card