About Pot & Rice
Based in the new Elephant Park development, Pot and Rice is a pan-Asian restaurant which serves dishes that combine flavours and ingredients from countries all over Asia. The relaxed atmosphere of Pot and Rice is the perfect setting to enjoy the flavour-packed food, and with plenty of different options on offer including some quirky takes on Western classics, you can be sure that you’ll find something on the menu which tickles your fancy. So, if you’re looking for affordable Asian food in the Elephant and Castle area, you’ll struggle to find many better options than Pot and Rice.
The red brick facade of the restaurant gives the restaurant the immediate impression of being rather modern. This is carried through to into the interior of the restaurant which features very minimalistic decor with pendant light bulbs hanging from above and a counter on one side which you order from.
When it comes to food, the menu covers a number of different bases. Small nibbles range from kimchee and edamame, to steamed pork dumplings and miso soup; while larger sides to share include Taiwanese fried chicken, smoked salmon pizza served with truffle mayo and black tobiko, and crispy chicken sliders with lotus root crisps and Asian-style slaw. Rice pots vary from Kurobuta pork neck with tangy plum sauce, to a mixed seafood tomyum which features scallops, prawns and mussels. If you’re feeling like noodles, dishes include enoki mushroom and fat beef noodles, or Taiwanese tomato and egg noodles. For pudding, expect fun dishes such as yuzu cheesecake, bubble tea panda cotta, and an indulgent green tea chocolate fondue for two.
On top of the main menu, there is also a well priced set lunch menu. The food offering is accompanied by a selection of drinks including green tea, jasmine pearl milk tea, and plenty of other refreshing options to go alongside the flavoursome food.