One of Asia's most prolific rivers is the inspiration for a new City Restaurant. Maison Mekong - named after the Mekong river - is opened on Carter Lane, moments from St Paul's.
The new spot serves a variety of South East Asian dishes, staying true to the countries the river runs through, including Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. Drawing on the period of French rule in the 1960s, the venue combines Parisian-bistro-style interiors with a fixed lunch menu. Ingredients are largely sourced from the British Isles to create a selection of sharing plates and clay pots; think homemade mushroom dumplings, Tumeric Mekong river fish, and Hoi An claypot chicken rice.
Drinks are a mix of European and Asian flavours; with choices such as Vietnamese coffee (made using condensed milk), fresh juices and loose leaf teas. The wine list is selected weekly and focuses on natural bottles along with brands from emerging wine-producing regions.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£7.00|
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|Sample Drinks Menu||Download|
|Sample Lunch Menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
Maison Mekong serves a selection of small plates and set lunch dishes inspired by Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam.
|Dining Area||Venue Hire||45||60||5000||2000|
|Bar Area||Venue Hire||15||25||1500||1000|
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