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Fat Mao
Meaning “Prosperous Cat” in Cantonese, Fat Mao is one of award-winning Chef Angus An’s four successful restaurants. The first to open was Thai-inspired Maenam, followed by Longtail Kitchen, where An serves casual street food. Visit SCOUT profile.
Neighbourhood: Chinatown
217 E Georgia St. | 604-569-8192 | WEBSITE

Recent Stories:

Chef Angus An’s Long Awaited “Fat Mao” Noodle Joint Opens Softly In Chinatown
Celebrated Chef Angus An To Open Fat Mao Noodle Bar In Chinatown This Spring

Hours

OPEN LUNCH/DINNER 7 DAYS A WEEK
11:30AM TO 9PM

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Angus An –  Chef / Owner

About Fat Mao

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Meaning “Prosperous Cat” in Cantonese, Fat Mao is one of award-winning Chef Angus An’s four successful restaurants. The first to open was Thai-inspired Maenam, followed by Longtail Kitchen, where An serves casual street food. Then in 2016 Chef Angus welcomed both Freebird Chicken Shack and Fat Mao Noodles. A casual 25-seater in Chinatown, Fat Mao serves lunch and dinner seven days a week from 11:30am-9pm. Noodles and sides at Fat Mao are inspired by Chef Angus’s travels in Thailand, and are given the stamp of authenticity by his Thai wife, Kate. Noodles are made fresh daily, and dishes are priced at $12 and under, with a variety of share plates for $10 and under. Refresh with Thai or local beer and cider, or pair a meal with a cocktail, Thai-style iced tea and coffee. Take advantage of the After Work Special from 4pm-7pm and enjoy noodles with a beer for only $14.99

Reviews

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Oodles of Noodles | Joanne Sasvari, The Vancouver Sun
An is undoubtedly one of Vancouver’s best chefs | Fiona Morrow, Vancouver Magazine

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