Fine-dining Chelsea restaurant Awana is embracing the culinary traditions of Malaysia’s street hawkers this March. Encouraging passersby to stop and try something different, executive chef Mark Read has created three signature street food dishes to showcase Malaysian cuisine.

Whether it be for lunch, a quick evening bite or part of a deliciously decadent dinner, Awana’s new ‘Street Food Festival’ dishes are a must.

ikan sumbat

whole mackeral stuffed with soya bean paste, chilli and tamarind
wrapped in banana leaf and served with a salad of peppered leaves

barbecue ayam

corn-fed chicken leg marinated in sesame bbq sauce
and served with fragrant rice and salad

mee goreng

stir fried hokkien noodle with corn-fed chicken, assorted seafood,
shellfish and pak choy

All dishes are £12.50 with lunchtime diners and those eating between
6pm and 7pm enjoying a complimentary Chang Beer of alcohol-free
cocktail, the ‘dato special’.

The Street Food Festival will be available from 16th – 30th March.


85 Sloane Avenue

London SW3 3DX

020 7584 8880