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A MODERN TASTE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA


 

 

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A MODERN TASTE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA


 

 

POSITIONED BETWEEN WATERLOO AND LONDON'S SOUTHBANK, STICKY MANGO OFFERS ITS DINERS MODERN INTERPRETATIONS OF  SOUTHEAST ASIAN STREET FOOD CREATED BY CHEF PETER LLOYD 

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Eat Together


A sharing concept of dining,

a perfect way to engage with friends,

intimate evenings or business meetings.

Open for lunch and dinner.

Make a Reservation

Eat Together


A sharing concept of dining,

a perfect way to engage with friends,

intimate evenings or business meetings.

Open for lunch and dinner.

Make a Reservation

A partnership between celebrated Chef Peter Lloyd and Restaurateur & Wine connoisseur  Nigel Wilkinson. Sticky Mango has taken residency at RSJ restaurant on the corner of Coin St and Stamford St in between Waterloo and London's Southbank. Spread over 2 floors Sticky Mango offers its guests a casual dining experience, sharing the wonderful flavours of Lloyd's creations paired with carefully selected Loire Valley wines from Wilkinson.  

I am very excited to launch my debut restaurant and rekindle a working partnership with Nigel here at RSJ. Sticky Mango is currently like a pop up with fixtures and fittings, We have re-decorated two floors of this iconic restaurant and filled it with beautiful lighting and artefacts from all over South East Asia
— Peter Lloyd

It takes careful consideration when pairing wines with spicy and aromatic dishes, I have hand picked a reduced selection from the 400 wines offered at RSJ
— Nigel Wilkinson

The street level dining space will be kept open for non reservations, alternatively bookings can be made for the cosy dining room down stairs paired with moody lighting and chilled out tunes. Both rooms offer perfect spaces for larger groups which we can accommodate with our events menus from 10-50 people. 

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The Kitchen


The Kitchen


 

peter lloyd 

With a career spanning some 24 years Peter has a host of prestigious roles under his belt, he has held senior roles in some of London's most glamorous kitchens. Having trained at The House of Commons and the world famous Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane. At the tender age of 23 he took his first head chef position at RSJ Restaurant Waterloo. The position enabled creative freedom and he flourished, producing menus that wowed the critics as well as the public, which saw him rewarded with 2 AA Rosettes. During this stint, Peter found time to squeeze in stages with the likes of Pierre Koffmann, Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White and a week in Chicago working with the late Chef Charlie Trotter. After long stints as Head Chef at BANK restaurant, City Inn Hotels and Private Chef to Lord & Lady Bamford it was in 2009 when Peter discovered his passion for South East Asian Cuisine as Executive Chef at the 5 Star Sanderson Hotel and Suka Restaurant. In 2011 Peter took the helm as Executive Chef of Spice Market at The W Hotel a concept created by world renowned 3 Michelin Star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.  Chef Peter has appeared on numerous TV shows including Saturday Kitchen, BBC Celebrity Masterchef and Junior Bake off. Amongst other projects Peter regularly travels abroad promoting the best of South East Asian food, recent pop ups include Doha, Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Bali and the World St Food Congress in Singapore and The Philippines