Three Uncles to launch first permanent restaurant next month in Brixton

By James McAllister

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Cantonese roast meat specialist Three Uncles to launch first permanent restaurant next month in Brixton

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Cantonese roast meat specialist Three Uncles is to launch its first permanent, sit-down restaurant early next month in Brixton Village, London.

The group, which operates takeaway kiosks in Liverpool Street and Camden’s Hawley Wharf Market, has taken over the former Tiger and Pig site at Unit 19 and 20.

With space for 25 covers in total, the 600 sq ft unit has been leased from AG Hondo Brixton Village and brokered by Anthony Williams of Four Prop.

The original menu of house-roasted and chopped-to-order Cantonese meats will be served for eat in and delivery with the addition of new dining-in only dishes.

They will include a siu mei sharing plate with Cantonese roast duck, crispy pork belly and char siu pork; lotus leaf rice with Chinese sausage, steamed chicken, shiitake mushroom and chestnuts; and steamed minced pork and preserved vegetables.

The menu will also include roast duck and char siu lai fun noodle soup, a Hong Kong favourite made with homemade broth, fresh noodles and roast meats.

Three Uncles was founded by childhood friends and chefs Cheong Yew (Uncle Lim), Pui Sing Tsang (Uncle Sidney) and Mo Kwok (Uncle Mo) in 2019 and launched its first site near Liverpool Street station.

It subsequently expanded to Camden last year​.

“We launched just before the pandemic and while home delivery allowed us to survive and build a loyal customer base we want our restaurant to entice people out of their homes," says Uncle Sidney.

Drinks served at the Brixton restaurant will include Hong Kong milk tea; Hong Kong ice lemon tea; and a range of South London craft beers and wine.

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