Yi Chan: the merger between China and Vietnam on your plate
Yi Chan is a fusion restaurant that combines Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine. Brusselslife has tested it and has been won over by its dishes!
Créé le 26/10/2018 - Dernière mise à jour le 13/11/2018
Yi Chan by Yen Pham
Yen Pham is a restaurateur and mixologist from
We went last wednesday night and it was one of the only restaurant where the kitchen was open after 10pm. We were on rue Antoine Dansaert and a large number of restaurants in Place Sainte-Catherine had already closed their kitchen.
Yi Chan has a very nice bar and a nice cocktail menu because its creator is an excellent mixologist! The decor is uncluttered and not at all kitschy as you can see in some Asian restaurant. The restaurant has two rooms including a mezzanine. On the ground floor, you eat on high tables and upstairs are classic tables.
What do you eat at Yi Chan? Its creator Yen Pham offers fusion cuisine between
We have already visited
We shared pork gyozas as a starter and we had different dishes:
- Rice with duck,
- Bun Bo with lemongrass beef and nem,
- Sauteed noodles with vegetables with scampi and different meats.
You must count 7 € for 5 gyozas and 14 to 18 € for the dish. The quality of food was at the rendezvous and all the dishes were very fresh! We feasted and had a great time! The dinner was so good that we forgot to take pictures to illustrate this article ...
Discover without delay this excellent fusion restaurant at 13 rue Jules Van Praet in 1000 Brussels. Yi Chan is open every day, except Tuesday, from 12h to 16h and from 18h to 23h30.