After taking out his cookbook Rambutancelebrating Sri Lankan delicacies and its Tamil roots Cynthia Shanmugalingam can be opening a restaurant of the identical title

After a summer season pop-up providing delicate ice cream, the Rambutan restaurant is lastly able to open this spring. The 2-storey, 60-seat restaurant at Borough Market will use each market distributors and Sri Lankan produce to serve village-style Sri Lankan delicacies, with an emphasis on regional dishes from the northern island.

Which means rooster sambol rolls, fried mutton rolls, slow-braised black pork, turbot heads in sodhi broth, and rooster pongal in saffron and coconut milk on the menu. The bottom ground bar will provide cocktails created from mezcal, cacha├ža and arrack, in addition to substances like pandan leaf, Ceylon tea and lemongrass, with native beers and pure wines additionally on the drink record.

Rambutan will even be within the highlight, with interiors impressed by Sri Lankan architect Minnette de Silva’s post-colonial type, so you may count on loads of pure clay and concrete alongside painted ceramic tiles. handmade teak chairs and geometric textiles from unbiased Sri Lankan designers.

Opening on Friday March 17, 2023
10 Stoney Avenue, London, SE1 9AD
@rambutan_ldn


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