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Street Food Pop-Up at Suka

Popping up next to The Sanderson’s interminably cool Long Bar, Suka will be launching a Street Food menu for a limited time only that draws inspiration from Malaysian culinary capitals Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Tawau. Glamorous gluttons will be treated to a variety of great value dishes that won’t disappoint. Highlights from the menu include Itik wonton soup, a Chinese-influenced soup of duck dumplings, shitake mushrooms, spring onions and baby bock choi in a delicious duck broth; or the Kapitan Kambing, a Portuguese influenced spicy lamb with coconut curry and baby potatoes.  Catch it while you can.

Suka at the Sanderson is a sexy little restaurant with clean lines and a terraced bar that serves delicious cocktails alongside smaller, sharing-sized Malaysian dishes.  Set on the ground floor of the achingly hip Sanderson, the restaurant is usually populated by a great-looking West End crowd. If you’re not big on Malaysian this restaurant may change your mind. New York chef Zak Pelaccio has updated traditional favourites like beef rendang and lemongrass sea bass with a contemporary twist. We recommend their standout dish of sliced steak with spiced onion salad, shaved pickled garlic and chilli jus. They have an incredible al fresco dining area and for preprandials or post-dinner debauchery investigate the billiards room, the Long Bar or the Purple bar on the same floor, both ooze cool like a refrigerator with a Freon leak.


Phone: 020 7300 1444
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Opening Times: Mon-Wed 12:00-14:30 & 17:30-00:00, Thu-Sat 12:00-14:30 & 17:30-00:30, Sun 12:00-14:30 & 17:30-22:30