Han's was the first Market Harborough restaurant to introduce diners to the delights of authentic Chinese cuisine. The rural south Leicestershire market town thus got an opportunity to sample an exciting new cuisine that had long taken many parts of Britain by storm.
You could order either a takeaway on the ground floor or head to the bright and spacious upstairs restaurant and enjoy a lovely traditional meal in pleasant surroundings. The set menu presents a range of banquets that offer value for money, and perfectly suit the needs of those who find it difficult to order Chinese food.
The à la carte opens with crispy aromatic duck that can be ordered quarter, half, or whole, and comes with pancakes, trimmings, and sauce. This could be followed by a platter of succulent Mandarin ribs or fresh sweet corn soup. Main courses that stand out are king prawn with green peppers in a black bean sauce, seafood chowmein, and flavoursome sweet and sour pork.
Beers and wine support the menu well.