Suka The Sanderson, one of our favourite (and coolest) London hotels. The restaurant recently launched a new Malaysian street food inspired menu available for a limited time featuring dishes from Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Tawau.The dishes are made to share and arrive at the table as and when they are ready.is located in
The main dining area is located in a courtyard which is covered for all weather usage with heat lamps, a water feature and low lighting. The cocktail list is impressive and the mocktails are pretty darn good too – we had a kiwi and lime based drink which was crammed full of fresh kiwis.
After two cups of the chef’s special Malaysian iced tea the Roti served with vegetable Dhal arrived, a surprisingly sweet tasting fried bread. King Prawn skewers served with a cube of fried rice and homemade satay sauce and a portion of stir fried vegetables were both tasty dishes but the real highlights were what followed.
The Monkfish and pineapple curry was a thick, spicy, aromatic curry sauce with two generous pieces of Monkfish and a couple of slices of fresh pineapple swimming in sauce. The Seabass baked in banana leaf served with a side of papaya salad was our favourite dish, the spicy papaya salad provided a crunchy texture which worked well with the flaky melt-in-mouth fish.
For dessert the apple tart with toffee sauce was a little too sweet for our liking, however still a pretty decent attempt. Our trip to Suka was a success, all of the dishes were fresh and the food feels clean and healthy, in fact we’d go back in a shot. Mains start from a tenner with sides priced at around £6.
Sanderson, 50 Berners Street, W1T