'Champor-Champor' is a Malay term that loosely translates as 'mix and match' and that is certainly true of this colourful little restaurant in South East London. The Champor-Champor dining room resonates with exotica, featuring a selection of unique details in the decor, from tribal artefacts to modern pieces of art. The Champor-Champor menu is equally eclectic, taking inspiration from modern Malay and Thai cuisine. Champor-Champor restaurant is one dining experience you will not want to miss.
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62 Weston Street
I love the fusion menu and the bohemian decor, it makes for a very romantic evening. My only criticism is the price but I guess that's London for you!more
The first time I came here (about a year ago), I absolutely loved it - sat at the mezzanine table, which was really cool and felt special, and all the food was fantastic.
I returned this week, and while it was still excellent, there were a few imperfections, hence the four stars rather than five.
I was using my gourmet society card, which meant we got buy one get one free on a 3 course meal,...more
Cool ambiance, fun service. Overall the food is very tasty! If you're looking for a relaxing, casual and tasty Asian fusion dinner, this is a great spot.
Green papaya salad 9/10
Soft shell crab 7/10
Beef rangan 10/10
King prawn yellow curry 7/10
"You're welcome" (we heard that 100 times)
We were seated in the private room downstairs which was brilliant seeing as we were a big party. Although was slightly jealous when I went back upstairs to a buzzing restaurant which had a brilliant atmosphere, so like other reviews have said I would try to sit there next time!
The mains we had were amazing - highly recommend the red snapper which had some gorgeous (but spicy) flavours, plus...more
Came here with a group of friends and were seated in a private room downstairs. At first this sounded like a great suggestion but the room smelled very badly of damp. This could be a nice room if it was cleaned up more. It's also very darkly lit. The seating area on the top floor was much nicer but unfortunately was not sat here.
The food was ok- I enjoyed my main more than my starter. For...more