Done up like a trendy Asian bar with tall bar stools, massive glass windows creating the illusion of space, and light club music, Misu, on St Marks Road is like a swish London resto-bar. And it feels like that too. The menu offers salads, starters, small plates, curries and meals in a bowl. The prawn tom yum — spicy and piquant with kaffir lime and galangal, is spot on. The Spicy Pomelo Salad is for those who love the right mix of tart, sweet and spicy flavours. Up next were an assortment of Rainbow Dumplings (unicorn trend we see you!) stuffed with chicken and basil. The Drunken Beef deserves a special mention, with the right amounts of chilli, basil, garlic and oyster sauce.
While the nasi goreng served as mains was delicious with its fried eggs, chicken satays and spicy rice to be mish-mashed and eaten, our vote definitely goes to the chicken khow suey (vegetarian and mixed seafood versions are also available), served with plenty of condiments. Krapow Chicken, just like how they make in Thailand. We also have to have the Krapow Chicken every time we go back, and maybe you could try it too!