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StreetXO Opening in London: Culinary Theater

The Spanish chef is set to open the doors to StreetXO in London at the end of the month.

Oct 24, 2016 | By Vimi Haridasan

It has taken two years but StreetXO is finally opening its doors October 31 in London. The restaurant, by Madrid chef David Munoz is a casual and affordable spin-off from DiverXO in the Spanish capital.

In London, the restaurant will feature a menu of Southeast Asian and South American street food, which will help showcase Munoz’ repertoire of fusion Mediterranean and Asian cuisines. According to food blog Fine Dining Lovers, the menu will offer dishes such as Beijing dumplings with crunchy pigs’ ear and strawberry hoi sin, steamed club sandwich with ricotta cheese and quail egg and shichimi-togarashi. StreetXO is set to have 14 small plates on the menu that will change regularly.

Known for his unique food combinations and culinary theater, the chef’s original culinary venture in Madrid is known as the Cirque du Soleil of gastronomy. Prior to opening his own restaurants, the chef worked in the kitchens of Nobu and Hakkasan.

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