Popular chef driven Food Hall opens third location at a Plaza Hotel

Strang Hall In Downtown Overland Park / Photo Courtesy of Strang Hall

The popular Strang Chef Collective continues to expand, opening a third food hall on the Country Club Plaza with four diverse chef-driven spots to eat.

The new site opened earlier this month inside the Marriott’s Cascade Hotel, a boutique hotel that’s part of a $105 million two-hotel development, according to Fox4 News (4600 Wornall Rd., KCMO).

Strang Chef Collective also operates downtown Overland Park’s Strang Hall and Strang Chef Collective at Lightwell

“With exciting flavors from around the world, every location captures unique chef-driven concepts that you can’t find elsewhere in town,” states a Strang Hall Instagram post.

The 11,000 square-foot, two-story space features two full-service bars and four innovative and fresh food vendors – Parma, Gasthaus, Verde and Khai-Noy – offering something for everyone. 

Parma’s menu is inspired by Tuscany, Sicily, and Italy’s coastal regions, and serves house made pasta. Gasthaus is led by Chef Bruce Dunseith and, according to a Strang Instagram post, is “geared towards German cuisine with some traditional American dishes.”

Verde showcases Latin American flavors with menu items like elote salads topped with jerk chicken and loaded tacos.

Chef Chris Jones from Anousone, Strang Hall’s flagship location in Overland Park, helms Khai-Noy. Meaning “little egg” in Lao, the food stall is inspired by Southeast Asian cuisine and serves dishes like pork belly platters, chilaquiles, curry fried rice and purple ube cookies. 

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