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Boasting rave reviews from Time Out, Champor-Champor offers timeless Asian cuisine, specialising in Thai-Malay dishes. Eccentric and colourful décor gives the dining room endless character, and the wine list has its own individual appeal.
The Champor-Champor menu reflects a mix and match style, featuring a range from banana curry to Malay-style sirloin steak. The Malaysian favourite of beef rendang proves popular, with beef cooked in coconut milk and a blend of herbs. The braised shitake mushrooms with seaweed, light soy and crunchy toasted pine nuts is a tempting vegan option. For dessert at Champor-Champor restaurant a creative green tea and pistachio parfait is almost irresistible.
Brightly coloured walls with clashing wallpapers and colours complement the mismatched feel of the dining room. A spectacular array of tribal masks hangs from one wall, while a range of eclectic lightshades hangs overhead at Champor-Champor in Southwark. A wine list offers an assortment of deep reds and crisp whites as well as a Japanese plum wine.
Less than 10 minutes from London Bridge and only a 5-minute walk from London Bridge Tube Station, Champor-Champor in London is great for a taste of something different.