What does a Michelin-starred restaurant in Mayfair that sells roast duck with beluga caviar for £320 have in common with Chinese restaurants in the West End touting £6 all-you-can-eat menus to tourists? They both serve ho fun and cheung fun rice noodles that have been made in a family-run shop in a Chinatown alley for 40 years. But Lo’s Noodle Factory, which supplies most of Chinatown as well as Hakkasan, Britain’s first Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, is facing closure after losing a year-long planning battle with its landlord, Shaftesbury, a £2.8bn FTSE 250 property giant that owns 600 commercial and residential buildings in Chinatown, Covent Garden and Soho. It wants to turn the factory into an electrical substation. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Slaughterhouse Equipment, Poultry Farming Equipment – Toplea,https://www.topslaughter.com/