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52 Malaysian London Restaurants

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Apium Noodle Bar

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LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
Review Apium Noodle Bar

50-52 Long Lane, Smithfields

Phone: 02077964040  Fax: 02077964141

Ideal for City workers seeking healthy Oriental food at a reasonable price, since 2003, Apium Noodle Bar has been the only destination in Smithfields EC1 to serve ethnic cuisine in a casual atmosphere. The freshly prepared menu is influenced by the Far East, including Malaysia, Korea, Japan and China. With almost 60 dishes available, you will be spoiled for choice. Dishes range from Ramen noodles in soup and E-Fu (yellow noodles made from egg and flour), to fried Vermicelli, stir-fried Udon (thick Japanese noodle from salt, water and wheat flour) and Ho Fun (strips of noodle made from rice). There is also a wide variety of rice dishes for you to choose from. Situated close to Barbican and Farringdon tube stations and listed in Hardens restaurant guide, Apium Noodle Bar is a splendid venue for City dining.


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LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
People like the food and think the service and ambience are okay
Awana overall rating 3/5
Awana customer reviews

85 Sloane Avenue

Phone: 02075848880  Fax: 02075846188

Divided into bar, restaurant and eating counter, it offers everything from street food to elaborate main meals. Hungry diners should opt for the Malaysian tasting menu, amongst its highlights are the spiced lamb ribs, golden-fried seafood with sweet chilli dip and the slow-cooked beef curry, which comes accompanied by a zingy salad of rose apple, green mango, white radish, cucumber and tamarind to help reduce the heat.


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View detailed information on Bintang
People like the food, service and ambience
Bintang overall rating 4/5
Bintang customer reviews

93 Kentish Town Road

Phone: 02072672197

Cafe Penang

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741 Green Lanes, Winchmore Hill
N21 3RX



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LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
Review Champor-Champor

62-64 Weston Street

Phone: 02074034600

'Champor-Champor' is a Malay term that loosely translates as 'mix and match' and that is certainly true of this colourful little restaurant in South East London. The Champor-Champor dining room resonates with exotica, featuring a selection of unique details in the decor, from tribal artefacts to modern pieces of art. The Champor-Champor menu is equally eclectic, taking inspiration from modern Malay and Thai cuisine. Champor-Champor restaurant is one dining experience you will not want to miss.

Chop Chop Noodle Bar

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Review Chop Chop Noodle Bar

56 Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush
W12 8LP

Phone: 02087462222

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