Suka Restaurant

Britain’s burgeoning pop-up restaurant scene continues with an authentic street-food menu at the Sanderson’s Suka. The venue captures the energy and flavours of the Malay through a delicious menu packed full of culinary treats from the street-food capitals of Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Tawau.Set amongst the sleek interiors of the Sanderson Hotel, dishes are served in a typical Malaysian sharing style.

 Highlights include the Itik wonton soup, a Chinese influenced soup of duck dumplings, shitake mushrooms, baby bok choy served in a tasty duck broth, the popular and traditional fried flat rice noodle dish char kway teow, and the Portuguese influenced spicy lamb curry, Kapitan Kambing.

 The pop-up is also open during the day, serving a great range of dishes which make the perfect light, value lunch such as the nasi lemak set, which includes coconut rice, Sambal sauce, crispy anchovies, and an egg and cucumber salad, or the traditional Malaysian vegetable curry with Sarawal black pepper chicken or vegetable lodeh.