Peter Lloyd lines up third Sticky Mango restaurant in Islington

By James McAllister

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Peter Lloyd lines up third Sticky Mango restaurant in Islington

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Chef restaurateur Peter Lloyd will open a third Sticky Mango restaurant late next month in London’s Islington.

Lloyd has secured a site on Esther Anne Place, which was previously occupied by Japanese and Middle Eastern fusion restaurant JIJI, for the opening.

It comes as Lloyd launches his second Sticky Mango restaurant on the former Cantina del Ponte site near Tower Bridge.

The restaurant, which has been billed as the flagship location for the Southeast Asian concept​, had its first official service yesterday (22 August).

“In this most incredible Tower Bridge location, there is an opportunity to share the beauty of Sticky Mango with a wider audience, many of which will be visiting London for the first time,” says Lloyd, who launched the first Sticky Mango in 2016 on the South Bank.

“Throughout the year, I want to focus on the stunning food from different Southeast Asian regions - in particular Vietnam and Indonesia, which are both fascinating culinary destination.”

Lloyd adds that there will be more emphasis on theatrical dining at the Tower Bridge restaurant, with table-side preparations of dishes including som tam, a green papaya salad that will be served in a traditional Thai pestle and mortar.

Other dishes to feature on the menu include Singapore chilli lobster; Malaysian curry puffs; tuna tartare spring rolls; and the eponymous Sticky Mango dessert.

The indoor dining room has space to accommodate 100 covers, with a further 50 seats available on the outside terrace.

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