Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh Opens in Downtown Disney District
AWARD-WINNING CHEF HUNG HUYNH AND ROBERT EARL ANNOUNCE ASIAN STREET EATS BY CHEF HUNG HUYNH, A FAST-CASUAL CONCEPT, NOW OPEN AT DOWNTOWN DISNEY DISTRICT IN ANAHEIM
Robert Earl, Chairman and Founder of Planet Hollywood International, Inc. and Earl Enterprises, is thrilled to announce a partnership with acclaimed Chef Hung Huynh, to create new restaurant concepts with Pan-Asian influences and Chef Hung’s distinctive culinary style.
The first concept Chef Hung has developed for Earl Enterprises is the fast-casual ASIAN STREET EATS BY CHEF HUNG HUYNH, featuring a crowd-pleasing menu consisting of pot stickers, scallion pancakes, and rice bowls all offered with a variety of protein, fillings and dipping sauces, with a wide range of beverages rounding out the menu. The first ASIAN STREET EATS opened at LAX in the Tom Bradley terminal in September with an abridged menu. The newest location at Downtown Disney® District in Anaheim, California, opens today with the complete menu offered.
“I am delighted to welcome Chef Hung into our family,” said Earl. “I have followed his remarkable career and am a fan of everything he has done thus far. I cannot wait to open our Asian Street Eats location at Downtown Disney District, following on the success of LAX, and I anticipate rapid growth going forward for this concept.”
“When Robert Earl approached me with his ideas for new concepts highlighting Asian flavors I was instantly intrigued,” said Chef Hung. “I love his enthusiasm and his vision and knew that we would make a great team. I’m excited to get our first restaurants open and look forward to working with the team at Earl Enterprises.”
Hung Huynh, winner of Bravo’s Top Chef, will oversee Asian Street Eats as Executive Chef. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Hung went on to work with iconic chefs like Christian Delourvier, Thomas Keller, and Guy Savoy at renowned kitchens such as Lespinasse, Per Se, and Guy Savoy. In 2011, as Executive Chef, Hung helped launch Catch— a globally inspired seafood restaurant. Hung has been featured in top publications around the country, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Food & Wine, People, New York Magazine, New York Post, and New York Daily News. He has also appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, NBC New York Live, Food Network’s Chopped, and Robert Earl’s Be My Guest.
About Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh:
Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung is a fast-casual eatery by award-winning Chef Hung Huynh. The menu features crowd-pleasing options including pot stickers, scallion pancake wraps, and rice bowls all offered with a variety of protein, fillings and dipping sauces and a large assortment of soft drinks. The first location opened up at Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX in September 2019. Hours of operation at Downtown Disney District will be 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily. For more information www.asianstreeteats.com Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @asianstreeteats and Facebook Asian Street Eats
About Downtown Disney® District:
The Downtown Disney District is a walking promenade of exciting dining, shopping and entertainment experiences. The 20-acre, 300,000 square-foot avenue is centrally located between the Disneyland® Resort theme parks and hotels in Anaheim, Calif., and features approximately 50 distinct venues. Atmospheric music and entertainment create a lively backdrop for guests, and the destination features a diverse collection of casual restaurants, favorite snacking stops, shopping boutiques and high-energy entertainment. There is no admission fee to the Downtown Disney District, which offers three hours of parking with a $20 minimum purchase and validation from any Downtown Disney District location (including quick-service restaurants, merchandise locations and kiosks). Guests will also enjoy up to five hours of parking with validation from any Downtown Disney District table-service restaurant.