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Friday, 18 November 2016

Sticky Mango (Waterloo) – excellent first meal

 Sticky Mango at 33 Coin Street, London SE1 9NR 

Peter Lloyd

Nuno Rosa, head waiter at Sticky Mango 
(above and below)

The long established RSJ Restaurant has an offspring – Sticky Mango, serving Asian street food. Sticky Mango has colonised and transformed the RSJ's Yellow Room and the basement, while the RSJ Restaurant continues as before upstairs. Sticky Mango is a partnership between Nigel Wilkinson and Chef Peter Lloyd. Sticky Mango opened in October. 

On Wednesday evening we ate there for the first time and were very impressed. Knowing Peter I expected the meal to be very good but we were really impressed by the quality and inventiveness of the food – just delicious.     

Sticky Mango, 33 Coin Street, London, SE1 9NR. Tel: 020-7803 9733 Entrance on Stamford Street.

 The RSJ's basement area transformed
(above and below)

Spicy banana blossom salad, bean sprouts, 
Asian pear, crispy shallots, mint 

 G's black shrimp, sun-dried pineapple, Jicama and pea shoots

Jasmine rice

2015 Saumur Rouge, Domaine des Hauts de Sanziers
which worked very well with the spicy flavours
softening the tannins, which were evident 
when tasted before the food arrived 

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