5 Best Malaysian Restaurants in London

London is one of the best destinations for many travelers from Malaysia. Finding a good Malaysian restaurant as a visitor can be challenging. It is advisable for one to contact the UK border agency phone number to get any advice on how to locate the best Malaysian restaurants in London before embarking on a journey. In this article, I present the 5 Best Malaysian restaurants in London. They are explained in the following paragraphs;


The Awana Restaurant

It is located at the 85 Sloane Avenue London SW3 3DX. This is a seductive Kensington restaurant that offers a full priced menu and a 50 percent discount off the total bill for customers who make table reserves online. It is one of the 5 best Malaysian restaurants in London for dining options. There is an exciting menu that mixes modern interpretations of traditional Malaysian food. This provides a large selection of meals whose ingredients are imported from Malaysia including;

Curries Soups Grills Stir-fries

With its decoration of dark wood and silk panels, Awana is the perfect place to have a dinner.



The Champor-Champor Restaurant

It is a Malaysian restaurant of choice while in London. It is located at the 62 Weston Street, London SE1 3QJ, behind the Guy’s Hospital. It is only three minutes’ walk from the London Bridge Station. One can recognize its exemplary service from the welcoming vibrant sights, tastes and whisky smells that takes you to another world. For the decoration it combines artworks from Asia that creates its exceptional and warm atmosphere. Many people choose to dine at Champor-Champor Restaurant because it offers;

· A friendly service which is efficient and modest

· It serves the village Malay roots which is a modern Malaysian food like no other

· Their food is accompanied by Smooth ion of Asian beers

· There is a list of wines that one can choose from 

To be sure, one will have an exceptional dining experience at the Champor-Champor Restaurant and is a must visit venue for people travelling to London. 



Apium Noodle Bar Restaurant

Located at the 50-52 Long Lane Smithfields London EC1A 9EJ, Apium Noodle Bar Restaurant is the ideal place for Malaysian City workers who would like to have their food at the best prices. It is the only Malaysian Restaurant that offers Malaysian food at a casual atmosphere. The restaurant provides a long list of Malaysian food and one can be spoiled for choices like;

Ramen noodles in soup Yellow noodles made from egg and flour Fried Vermicelli ,a variety of rice dishes

Apium Noodle Bar and Restaurant is a fabulous place for city dining.



Suka at Sanderson Restaurant

It is located at 50 Berners Street London W1T 3NG and has a modern menu that offers original explanations of genuine Malaysian food. There is food for everyone such as;

Seafood including the Lobster Wonton Mee and Lemongrass Sea Bass Meat course like Suka Sliced Steak and Beef Rendang .The Suckling Pig Penang for pork lovers The Tofu Clay pot and the Vegetable Lodeh for vegetarians

The environment here is good for one to dine in style. 



C and R Cafe and Restaurant 

It is located at the 4 Rupert Court, Soho, and Greater London, W1D 6DY. They offer efficient service with friendly staff for delicious genuine Malaysian food. It is one of the 5 best places to get Malaysian food in London like; Laska Nasi Lemak Stir-fry.


Tell me what you think, if you’re a current student in London or in the past, which was your favourite Malaysian food?

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