Time Up For All Bar One

The premises will be turned into a south-east Asian restaurant


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All Bar One on Chiswick High Road is to close on June 16th.

The premises is to become a branch of Tuk Cho, specialising in south-east Asian food.

It’s understood that the staff of the Chiswick branch will be offered positions in other locations.

The first branch of Tuk Cho - 'Tuk' from the three-wheeled rickshaws, and 'Cho', Vietnamese for ‘ market’, opened in Ealing last year.

Its website claims to be “unashamedly enthusiastic about south-east Asia, about the food, about authentic ingredients and fresh cooking. We love the cultural Asian norms of eating together, sharing, informal street food and wonderful markets".

"In 2011, the founders of TUK CHỢ including Head Chef Adrian McCormack brought the best discoveries from their travels; inspired by the food stalls of Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia, home to Ealing, " it says.

It is not known when the new restaurant will be opened as refurbishment is likely to take some time.

June 8, 2012


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