'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 am malaysian so i am always sceptical when i go to malaysian restaurant overseas but i have to say, this place is da bomb i had soft shell crab for starters and my friend had seared scallop. they were perfectly cooked (critical for scallops!!) they also served warm banana bread complimentary - heavenly. For mains, i had the king prawn green curry which is also perfect for me. the gravy is...more
Very quaint and interesting looking restaurant. I ordered the shitake mushroom entree with coconut rice and it was delicious! Such a complex dish with very interesting flavors. Very nice service too. They serve homemade banana bread, with spicy fruit compote and basil/mint dipping olive oil. Highly recommend.more
Great food (the lamb shank was really tasty) and a nice atmosphere.
The service was quick although very discreet. Even without a booking they managed to find us a table for two.
I will definitely come back to try different things again in the future.more
Very Nice hidden restaurant in south London. We had some starter parsnip soup and goat salad and as main the lamb and Malay beef. Very good and tasty full of flavors.
The restaurant has a nice cosy atmosphere and the staff is very welcoming and available.
I definitely recommend it!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