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Sticky Mango Launches "Taste of Indonesia" Tasting Menu

Peter Lloyd's Sticky Mango launches 11 -course TASTE OF INDONESIA tasting menu. We're bringing extra elastic.

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The 11 course special menu, available until 31st October, will celebrate chef Peter Lloyd’s love of Indonesian cuisine. It arrives in time for London’s celebration of Indonesian culture - Indonesia Weekend which takes place 7-8 September.

What can we expect from the menu?

The menu celebrates the flavours and styles of the islands from Barbecued Sea Bass Wrapped in Banana Leaf inspired by West Javan ‘Pepesan; to Balinese ‘Babi Guling' - Spit Roast Suckling Pig. The menu is wrapped up with Peter’s signature dish Mango, Black Sticky Rice.

A TASTE OF INDONESIA // 11 Course Tasting Menu // £45

Peanut, Kaffir Lime and Chilli Crackers (3 Sambals)

Central Java

Prawn, Sweetcorn and Young Coconut Soup


Octopus Asinan, Dehydrated Pineapple, Cucumber and Radish


Chicken Sate, Peanut Sauce, Crispy Skin


BBQ Sea Bass Wrapped in Banana Leaf, Pickled Vegetables

West Java

Balinese Suckling Pig, Green Bean & Crispy Shallot Salad


Prawn & Squid Nasi Goreng, Spring Onion Omelette, Sweet Soy


Short-Rib Rendang, Apple, Jicama, Toasted Coconut, Gula Jawa


Asian Fruits, Iced Coconut Broth


Peanut Nougat Sate, Smoked Chocolate Ganache, Charcoal Ice Cream

Mango, Black Sticky Rice

So Sticky Mango, what should we know?

Sticky Mango, just off the South Bank, is owned by chef Peter Lloyd, formerly Executive Chef at Spice Market. The TASTE OF INDONESIA tasting menu features Peter’s interpretations of Indonesian regional cuisine, following his visit to Bali in July this year.

As a guest of Wonderful Indonesia (the national tourism organisation), he was immersed in the local food culture from working in paddy fields to making fresh palm sugar, harvesting sea salt and catching tuna at dawn.  He had the opportunity to learn from three of the country’s leading chefs to discover ancient traditions and modern fine dining interpretations. He also learned an array of cooking techniques from producers creating Babi Guling (Suckling Pig) and Bebek Betuta (12 hours baked and smoked Duck).

Through his travels and reading Peter has been inspired by the rich traditions, stories and culture of Indonesia, with its influences from India, China and the Middle East. As a nation of over 17,000 islands, the food is as diverse as the people, the languages and the cultures.

How do we get there?

Sticky Mango, 33 Coin Street, London, SE1 9NR,

How do we book?


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