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Banq Transforms into Ginger Park

9/14/2009 12:02:00 AM
Wow, well I'm glad I made it into Banq when I had the chance (here). According to the Globe, it's currently undergoing a transformation into a new Asian-themed restaurant named Ginger Park.

Banq, the South End restaurant outfitted with ribs of blond wood and a menu influenced by India and Asia, is morphing. It is slated to reopen as Ginger Park at the end of the month. The new chef will be Patricia Yeo, who moved to Boston from New York for the project. Yeo was previously at Monkey Bar, Sapa, Pazo, and AZ, among others.

The food will be "modern Asian," according to Chris Haynes of PR firm CBH Communications. Prices will top out around the $20 mark, and the owners aim to make it a lively, casual, and affordable neighborhood place. The menu is still in the works, but there will be shared plates and a strong Chinese influence. Ginger Park won't serve sushi, and sadly it will not be the noodle bar Boston still lacks.

That last sentence is a little bit of a slap in the face to Myers + Chang, considering they just appeared on Bon Appetit's list of top 10 new noodle bars (here).

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