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Sticky Mango

33 Coin Street, London, SE1 9NR

((((* South East Asian
  • Sticky Mango - London
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  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
  • Sticky Mango - London
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:00 - 22:30
Saturday: 17:00 - 22:30.

Tasty food and good service reasonably priced,

Olga 28 July 2018
from Lonfon

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An intimate den moments from London's South Bank, Sticky Mango creates bold, modern takes on Southeast Asian street food. Overseen by celebrity chef Peter Lloyd, this is a spot to come and share beautifully presented small plates with friends, with the low lighting and contemporary soundtrack creating a welcoming ambience.

A bold, eclectic range of exotic recipes feature on the Sticky Mango menu, all made with carefully sourced ingredients. The small plates are ideal for sharing, and include options like Irish rock oysters with coconut and lemongrass granita and chilli tapioca pearls, as well as the popular crispy pork belly steamed buns with white cabbage, spring onion and homemade Sriracha. Bigger plates feature recipes such as Panang ox cheek curry, and Hainanese baby chicken with truffle rice, and there are special tasting menus that are perfect for diners looking for a comprehensive taste of everything, including vegetarian-only selections.

Exotic desserts are the perfect way to finish at Sticky Mango in Waterloo. The signature sticky mango is served with sweet sticky rice and whipped condensed milk, and there is coconut and rum parfait with tropical fruits and tapioca pearls that is hugely popular.

Offering a bold, modern take on South East Asian street food, Sticky Mango is a 6-minute walk from Waterloo Station.

Sticky Mango

33 Coin Street, London, SE1 9NR

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Customer reviews for Sticky Mango

4.0 ((((* (based on 29 reviews)
82% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • dinner (23)
  • romantic (9)
  • business (6)
  • private dining (6)
  • value (6)
  • large parties (4)
  • trendy (4)
  • lunch (3)
  • luxury (2)
  • ((((* 28 July 2018 by Olga from Lonfon

    Tasty food and good service reasonably priced,

  • (((** 29 June 2018 by Deborah from London

    The food was tasty ... once we had attracted attention of waitress to get order. Interesting combinations of flavours and spices, which worked well together, such as the black prepped prawns with dried pineapple. Service was slow.

  • ((((( 1 May 2018 by Kimberly from Western Australia

    The food was fantastic - and the (Italian) waiter was exceptional. We had the tasting menu - 5 stars for service and each of the tasting dishes, for sure! Great value, too.

  • ((((* 23 February 2018 by Fidan from London

    The fried rice noodle was really good. I didn't like the chicken prawn spring rolls.

  • ((*** 22 February 2018 by Jasmine from London

    We went here because of the positive reviews however I entirely doubt their truthfulness... either that or many people have odd palettes/taste.

    We opted for their tasting menu which came out like a normal meal would - starters, mains and dessert. Everything tasted sweet and there was little spice in anything. The flavours were an odd mix. The Malaysian chicken curry puffs were tasty but the prawns were covered in a sickeningly sweet sauce and the green mango salad wasn't green mango, it was just overripe mango with some cabbage.

    The mains had about two tablespoons of sauce in each dish which made the mini bowl of rice pointless. The beef rib main was three pieces of beef on top of a beef rib which was cleaned and clearly reused for decoration (confirmed by the box of beef ribs we saw in the kitchen next to the sink where there were also dishes) and I question how hygienic this is.

    I asked for a different dessert instead of the one on the tasting menu and the waiter willingly obliged but then once the desserts arrived, my partner didn't get the dessert on the menu... we weren't told that the dessert was to be shared and the menu didn't state this either. I did raise this with the waiter who offered an apology but didn't really know what to say/offer anything else.

    Although the restaurant looks stylish from the outside, the inside doesn't. The mats on the table aren't changed but instead given a quick wipe when the customer leaves, the candles holders on the table have sticky marks from where they haven't been cleaned and the toilets are pretty poor with the gents not having a lock.

    The staff were pleasant but unprofessional and it was overall a pretentious experience with nothing to support it.

  • ((((* 19 February 2018 by Kim from St Kilda

    We had a fantastic meal before going to the theatre. Staff were attentive and helpful. The tables are perhaps a little close together: the two tables near us weren't particularly noisy but their conversations were crystal clear.

  • ((((* 9 February 2018 by Josey from London

    Chick curry puffs were delicious. Service was friendly, fast and welcoming.

  • ((((( 5 February 2018 by Tessa from London

    Very good restaurant for a group booking, thank you.

  • ((((* 29 January 2018 by Alison from London

    All the small plates we had were good - chicken puffs especially. Also liked the shrimp and pork buns. Main plate of ox cheek was v tender and tasty. Broccoli side dish had way too much sauce on it and something more plain would have worked better with other dishes. We weren’t drinking booze and the mocktails were pretty uninspired and over priced. It’s not cheap but the quality of the food just about came up to the mark and and I’d go back when in the area. Friendly service.

  • ((((* 15 January 2018 by Shnuka from London

    We had the 8 course taster menu. Some really delicious dishes - fresh and tasty and well balanced spices and flavours. There was a lot of variety across the 8 dishes which was great as a way to try a lot of different things, but one was a very bitter flavour which was not to my taste. I would happily come back again and just not order the bitter dishes.

    Nice decor, and pleasant atmosphere. Great for a catch up with a group of friends or family, but slightly too many people for a quiet, romantic type dining experience.

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