A new pan-Asian restaurant and bar is heading to Camden that is based on the 1940s opium dens of New York and Paris. It's coming from the person behind Cotton's Caribbean restaurants.
It's a three-floored affair, made up of a ground floor bar and dining area, a basement dance floor and a mezzanine area for private hire. On the menu will be:
- King prawn & squid tempura with tamarind guava dressing
- Jasmine tea smoked barbecued pork ribs with toasted sesame seeds & honey
- Griddled vegetable Buddha dumplings with soy and wasabi dip
Alongside that, cocktails that include Lau’s Den (Absolute vodka, sake, coconut cream, passion fruit and lychee juice) and Shanghai Alley (Reposado tequila, Maraschino cherry syrup, rice syrup fresh grapefruit and fresh lime).
Muisan opens in 10 January 2017 at 16 Inverness Street, London NW1 7HJ. There's a soft launch from 10-15 January - sign up on their website to take part. For more, follow them on Twitter @MiusanCamden.