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Cha Moon is a Chinese noodle restaurant set up by Alan Yau, the mastermind behind Wagmama, Busaba Eathai and our favourite Cantonese restaurant Yauatcha. Located just off Carnaby Street Cha Cha Moon has a similar interior style to that of Wagamama although it benefits from an outside dining area too.

The menu is based around noodles with a couple of salad options, a lengthy selection of side dishes and a few desserts. The drinks list has everything from cocktails and wine to fresh juices and herbal teas. Food is served fast, and it’s all fresh and full of flavour.

On a recently trip we sampled the Sweet Spiced Duck, at £16 it’s not cheap but it’s worth every penny. The tender duck is served in a well spiced curry sauce with pineapple, cherry tomato and coconut milk alongside a generous portion of steamed rice. This dish is only on offer for a limited time so you might want to hot foot it down there pronto! Other highlights include the Dolly mee goreng; Fishcake with choi sum, egg, cherry tomato, onion, beansprout and dolly noodles and the Gu?ti?; chicken dumplings served with a garlic chilli sauce.

Cha Cha Moon is a great option for cheap, fast, healthy food in Soho. What’s more cocktails are just £6 – get the girls together!

15-21 Ganton Street, W1F