Cocktails, Franco-Malay cuisine, live jazz and an art gallery featuring works by design students are all in the mix at this deeply quirky Southbank indie. Order a set lunch in the funky conservatory/diner or pick from a menu that offers gado-gado salad and chicken satay, mussels in lemongrass, ginger, garlic and coconut sauce, plates of nasi goreng and suchlike. Otherwise, revisit classic cuisine rustique in the shape of escargots de bourgogne, moules marinière, poisson du jour or beef skirt with shallots followed by pineapple tarte Tatin. A short list has house wines at £18.50, while cocktails (from £7.50) include port wine cobbler, kaffir cooler, English rose caipirinha and horse thief (gin, absinthe and vermouth). The separate late-night jazz den is reminiscent of Ronnie Scott’s – with musical talent to match (a cover charge may apply).
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