wana is awakening the world to Malaysian cuisine. A relatively unknown gastronomy thrills those who have been lucky enough to discover its variety and depth Malaysia's long and rich culinary history has been heavily influence over time, with spices and flavours freely crossing the borders.
Arguably, London's only fine-dining Malaysian restaurant, awana, on Sloane Avenue, is an elegant setting in which to introduce willing taste buds to the true culinary diversity of Malaysia. Combing traditional dishes with innovative modern interpretations, the restaurant's menu has been created by Executive Chef Mark Read and Malaysian-born Head Chef Lee Chin Soon. Drawing on extensive understanding of the cuisine and injecting firsthand experience, dishes include curries, soups, grills and stir-fries, with traditional breads to accompany. The restaurant's unique Satay Bar offers a sophisticated selection of Satay featuring only the best quality meat from sirloin steak to succulent rump of lamb.
For those who have simply no idea where to begin, awana's inventive 'Malaysian Journey' menu, effortlessly guides diners through a comprehensive range of special crafted courses.
Sommelier William Wang has knowledgeably put together an extensive wine selection for awana, and for those enjoying the Malaysian Journey, suggested parings guarantee the perfect complement to the intricate flavours.
Gorgeous teakwood, traditional batik silk and luscious dark red leather to combine create a contemporary interior reminiscent of a Malaysian plantation house. A chic bar area boasts an extensive cocktail list concentrating on delectable whisky blends and exotic aromatic mixes.
Open for lunch and dinner everyday, awana unlocks the mysteries of Malaysian cuisine.