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MasterChef winner announces residency at Brummie street food site

MasterChef: The Professionals winner, Dan Lee, has announced a semi-permanent residency at Hockley Social Club in Hockley, Birmingham, that will launch on 1 June and run until 1 October.

Described by Michelin-star celebrity chef Marcus Wareing as ‘a star in the making’, Dan’s menu will take in dishes such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Siu Mai, Char Siu Bao, Chicken and Pandan Broth, and Hong Kong Ice Milk Tea.

Following his MasterChef win Dan returned home and has spent the last year exploring Birmingham’s culinary scene and collaborating with some of the city’s culinary stars, from fellow MasterChef winner, Stuart Deeley, to Vietnamese street food concept, Eat Vietnam.

Dan shared, “I’m thrilled to lay down some roots and join Hockley Social Club from 1st June. Making my food as accessible as possible is important to me, so there will be a range of dishes from as little as £6 on the menu.

'The origins of my food lie in simple dishes made on the streets of Asia so to cook them at THE home of street food in Birmingham, Hockley Social Club, is going to be a real buzz.”