C&R Cafe Restaurant

C&R Cafe Restaurant

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Posted 2013-04-18 by Ian Marshallfollow
London's Chinatown isn't a real town. It's full of restaurants, not homes and they are of extremely varying quality.

You can get £5 buffets if you are willing to eat generic slop that may contain meat far worse than horse.

This little cafe, though, tucked away down a side street serves something a bit different, and does it very well. They serve Malaysian tinged dishes, and for me this is just incredible, my favourite cuisine in the world I think!



We had trouble choosing from their extensive menu but I was pretty sure I'd be satisfied with all of it, and the expansive servings made 3 dishes an absolute feast for us eaten family style.

We chose Wat Tan Ho for a noodle soup with a Cantonese style.


The Penang Laksa for a traditional spicy and coconutty Malaysian noodle soup.



We finished the trio with some coconut rice, served with a pork belly curry cooked with star anise and beautiful flavours.



All washed down with cans of Tiger beer from Singapore, although we could have had fresh fruit juices.

The feast was filling, delicious and not at all expensive and service was quick and efficient. I'll certainly be seeking it out again next time I'm nearby.

#restaurants
#malaysian_restaurants
#dinner
#chinese_restaurants
#chinatown
#central_london
#cafes
#asian_restaurants
%wnlondon
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