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Georgetown - London Bridge

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About Georgetown - London Bridge

Georgetown brings together food from Malaysia, China and the Tamil Indians. The menu is varied and imaginative with unusual combinations of oriental flavours and textures from all around the Far East. Fish meat and poultry are mixed with firey and aromatic spices. By contrast the London Bridge restaurant with its parlour palms, cut crystal and rattan chairs, has a distinctly refined, colonial feel. The room itself is light and spacious and, as you sip your Singapore Sling you could almost feel like a character from a Somerset Maugham novel.



Sample a la carte

Starter

- Curry puff pastry with a chicken and potato filling, served with a mixed leaf Caesar salad £3.50
- Poh Pia (a popular Chinese hors d’oeuvre comprising a fine selection of vegetables, prawns and meat wrapped in a light pancake served with a sweet chilli dip) £3.50
- Vegetable Tim Sum (sweetcorn , leek, carrots, mangetout, and parsnip dumplings ~ steamed in Chinese bamboo baskets and served with hot and sweet chilli dips) £3.50
- Ikan Goreng Malay fried fish and an aromatic herb salad, served with a sweet chilli pickle £4

Other starters are available

Main Course

- Satay Ayam (chargrilled chicken satay skewered in bamboo sticks served with pineapple, cucumber, red onions , soft rice cubes and a delicious peanut sauce) £11.25
- Nasi Goreng (fragrant Malay stir fried rice with prawns, chicken and seasonal vegetables in a light soya sauce, garnished with omelette strips) £8.50
- Rendang Daging (medallions of beef flavoured with aromatic lemon grass, mild chilli,and coconut milk) served with rice, okra, purple cabbage, kuruma and keropok £12.95
- Ikan Kurau (this special fish steak, found in Southeast Asian waters, is delicately marinated and crisply fried to perfection. Ikan Kurau is garnished with lemon and served with sauté potatoes, mangetout and carrots) £14.75
- Pandri Perratal (pan fried spicy pork in a uniquely blended rich sauce served with yoghurt rice, beetroot, ladies fingers, coleslaw and appalam ~ an exquisite dish given the contrasting spicy pork together with cool yoghurt rice) £11.50
- Vegetable claypot (delicious claypot of toufu, dried mushrooms, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, carrots, tomatoes, beansprouts and pak choi all slowly cooked in their natural juices in a traditional claypot served with coconut rice) £10.75

Other main courses are available

Dessert

- Pisang Emas dan (ice cream small bananas with pistachio and coconut ice cream topped with chocolate sauce, almond and coconut flakes) £4.50
- Tropical fruit salad (starfruit, longan, guava, jackfruit, melons, tender coconut, toddy palm and other seasonal fruit with a hint of amaretto) £4.25
- Ais Kacang (a mound of shaved ice piled onto a mixture of red beans, crushed nuts, agar jellies, sweetcorn, black jelly and vanilla ice cream, topped with rose syrup) £5.75
- Fruit tartlets (blackcurrant, mixed fruit, or mandarin orange tartlets in a traditional pastry case with a light crumble, served hot with double cream and strawberry sauce) £4.25

Other desserts are available



Additional Information


Address:

10 London Bridge Street, SE1 9SG

Nearest tube:

London Bridge

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Sun 12pm - 2:30pm & 5:30pm - 11pm

Dress Code:

Smart Casual

N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online



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