Whilst restaurants reopened at the weekend, it’s clear that delivery will still be a popular choice for many in the coming weeks and months. Adding to the delivery offering is BAO’s ‘nostalgic take on the Chinese takeaway’, set to launch for W1 residents from 9 July.
Run by the trio behind behind BAO (Shing Tat Chung, Wai Ting Chung and Erchen Chang), Call Suzy will operate out of the temporarily closed XU on Chinatown’s Rupert Street.
The menu draws inspiration from the dishes the three founders grew up eating, updated with a contemporary twist. Guests can expect prawn BAO Toasts and Sanbei chicken wings to start, followed by noodle and dumpling dishes including Taiwanese Stir Fry Noodles created by Erchen’s grandmother. Fans of BAO will be pleased to see the sweet and sour Taiwanese fried chicken BAO and panko curried BAO, amongst others, on offer.
Call Suzy marks the third brand the BAO and XU family have launched during lockdown alone, following BAO’s delivery and takeout service Rice Error, and home cooking kits Made-By-You.
Available Monday-Sunday from 12-3pm and 5-10pm, Call Suzy will initially be available via Deliveroo, and later directly via their website baolondon.com.
For more information, visit Call Suzy’s Instagram page here.
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