A MODERN TASTE OF SOUTH EAST ASIA
OUR MISSION IS SIMPLE:
SERVE DELICIOUS FOOD IN A CASUAL, CONVIVIAL ATMOSPHERE
SO GUESTS WILL WANT TO RETURN WEEK AFTER WEEK
Tucked away just a short walk from the bustling South Bank and Waterloo Station, Sticky Mango is one of London’s best-kept secrets. Chef owner Peter Lloyd creates modern interpretations on South East Asian cuisine. Sticky Mango was awarded Best Fusion at the 2019 Golden Chopstick Awards.
Taste of Indonesia Tasting Menu
This special menu will celebrate chef Peter Lloyd’s love of Indonesian cuisine and will be available until the end of October.
OUR MENUS ARE DESIGNED FOR SHARING
A PERFECT WAY TO ENGAGE WITH FRIENDS,
FOR INTIMATE EVENINGS
OR BUSINESS MEETINGS
OPEN FOR LUNCH AND DINNER
Sticky Mango is spread over three floors of an historic building on Stamford Street and was previously home to RSJ Restaurant. Peter opened Sticky Mango in 2016 following the retirement of RSJ’s owner Nigel Wilkson.
The lower ground floor is home to a stylish cocktail bar featuring house cocktails and can be used for private parties and events with the neighbouring dining room. With dimmed lighting, arched ceilings and silk wallpaper, the intimate space can seat up to 48.
CHEF PETER LLOYD
Peter Lloyd is chef owner of Sticky Mango.
Peter trained at The House of Commons and the Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane and secured his first head chef position at RSJ Restaurant Waterloo aged just 23. In 2011 Peter took the helm as Executive Chef of Spice Market at The W Hotel a concept created by world-renowned 2 Michelin Star Chef Jean- Georges Vongerichten.
Following Spice Market’s closure in 2016, Peter opened his own restaurant on the first floor of RSJ and Sticky Mango was born. When Nigel retired, Peter grasped the opportunity to take on the whole restaurant and today runs the restaurant with his partner Rosa D’Imperio who he met while working together at Spice Market.
Peter has appeared on numerous TV shows including Saturday Kitchen, BBC Celebrity Masterchef and Junior Bake Off.