Malaysian Journey Five Course Taster Menu For Two for £38 at the Award-Winning Awana, Chelsea (£100 Value)
- Combines Malay, Chinese, Thai and Indian cuisines - see menu here
- Vegetarian menu available
- Critically acclaimed and featured by Zagat, Hardens and Time Out
- Close to Sloane Square tube
Groupon valid for 2 people, multiple may be purchased as gifts. Booking required. Valid on Journey of Malaysia set menu only. Excludes drinks. 24 hour cancellation policy. 12.5% mandatory service charge on full price of meal.
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Coconuts are harvested for their luscious floral flesh, the revitalising elixir contained within and for making replicas of baby orang-utans. Go nuts with today’s Groupon: Malaysian Journey Five Course Taster Menu For Two for £38 at Awana.
Transporting taste buds from Sloane Square to the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Awana proffers fine Malaysian fare and exquisite teleportation capabilities. Influenced by Malay, Chinese and Indian cooking traditions this restaurant offers an organically-formed fusion cuisine. Herbs, roots and spices combine and create a floral, warming cuisine that is inspired by the ethnic and cultural diversity of the Malaysian people. A regal red motif that houses teakwood is interspersed with batik silk and the evocative essence of burgundy furnishings that plays the perfect folly for Head Chef Virasamy Poliah’s modern fare.
Groupon gourmands can feast on a Malaysian Journey taster menu designed as an introduction to this convoluted and coveted cuisine. Starting with house specialities corn-fed chicken satay and roti canai, the teleportation to sunnier climes begins. The journey continues and features intriguing dishes such as tiger prawn and crab meat with pomelo as well as slow-cooked tender beef curry with coconut milk. Sweet tooth satiation comes in the form of a pre-dessert of coconut ice cream and lemongrass-chilli sorbet before moving on to an exotic guava cheesecake.
For the full menu, please click here.
Described by The Observer editor, Jay Rayner, as “sex on a stick”, the food at this upmarket Malaysian eatery has certainly pleased diners. Having featured in national press and influential Zagat Guide, Awana has also been awarded a three out of five star review from the prestigious restaurant guide Time Out.
you'll be hard pushed to find anywhere in London that serves better chicken or mixed seafood satay.
– Time Out, Sept 2010
Satay must be one of the best starters ever invented. These were hot, tender and dewy. What more could you ask of meat on a stick?
– AA Gill, The Times, Mar 2007