Chow Asian Street Food serves chef-driven eats

. March 31, 2019.

Chow Asian Street Food opens in April at 211 W. Washington St. in downtown Ann Arbor, in the kitchen space formally used by Mark’s Carts. Brothers Ryan and Thad Gillies, co-owners of Logan Restaurant on Washington Street, provide reasonable, chef-driven food at a lower price point than fine dining fare, without sacrificing taste. Think fast casual and handmade. Sandwiches run about $6 with bowls ranging from $8-12. Kids’ meals and dessert options are also available. Check out their “anytime food” menu which includes Roujiamo sandwiches grilled on in-house baked bread, Malaysian Beef Rendang and bowls made with noodles from China Town, Brooklyn. A variety of sauces, from mild to very spicy, allow patrons to adjust the heat. The dining area, warm and inviting with countertops and tables made of wood, offers outlets and USB ports throughout the space. Chow will use local vendors and growers whenever possible, such as Detroit City Soda Co., Rosewood Farms Tofu, Mighty Good Coffee and Garden Party of Ypsilanti. A delivery service is also planned.

Open seven days a week, 11am to 11pm.
734-369-6942 | 211 W. Washington St.
facebook.com/chowannarbor

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