Quick Bites: Han’s Dynasty, Snackbar Snacks & New Indian

If you were a fan of John Taus‘ cooking at Snackbar you’ll be happy to see that some of his most popular items are making their way onto the menu at the Corner. [The Feast]

Indian Restaurant from the owners of King of Tandoor on Callowhill Street has opened at 1634 South Street. [I’ll Eat You]

Han Chiang tells The Feast he’s looking to do a pan-Asian concept on the 1600 block of Walnut Street. This would kind of make up for Susanna Foo becoming a Chipotle. [The Feast]

The long vacant Apamate on South Street is being taken over by Catering by Miles. The space’s kitchen will be used primarily for catering but there will be a cafe in the front. [Meal Ticket]

1940s Havana will be the theme for the Monkey Bar and Restaurant in the Society Hill Hotel. HavanaBanana Group (Copabanana) says it will be a high-end Copa. [Phoodie]

The original pint-sized Little Fish at 6th and Passyunk is going to become a Thai restaurant by Tyson Wong Ophaso (Tyson Bees food truck). [The Feast]