Harden's survey result
“Unusual Thai cooking with interesting Malay influences” has for many years drawn a steady flow of diners to a sidestreet near Guy’s Hospital, now in the shadow of the Shard. “Service is quick and helpful”, and the “small, slightly cramped” restaurant “has a lovely hideaway table for a romantic dinner”.
“Thai-Malaysian cooking with a twist” (the name means ‘mix ’n’ match’) results in “seriously tasty food” at this “charming”, if “unprepossessing-looking” little outfit, tucked away behind the Shard and near Guy’s Hospital. Scores have ebbed and flowed here over many years, but for the most part “the quality is still high”.
Colourful, eclectic decor and distinctive “fresh tasting” Thai-Malay cuisine (the name means ‘mix and match’) still win an enthusiastic, if small fanclub for this “old-favourite, little oasis, tucked away in an unassuming location”, near the Shard.
This “ever wonderful” outfit (the name means ‘mix and match’), tucked away behind London Bridge station, is adored by its small fanclub for its funky decor as much as the distinctive Thai-Malay cooking.
|Wine per bottle||£23.50|
62 Weston St, London, SE1 3QJ
Mon - Fri 6.15 pm - 10.15 pm
Last orders: 10 pm