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Sticky Mango at RSJ – An Update

 

For the many loyal supporters of RSJ, Nigel has thought it important to provide an update to keep you all abreast of the changes.  Please accept our apologies for the tardiness in sharing this news with you.

 

Firstly, contrary to popular belief RSJ has not closed, it has just changed its food offering – moving over to our Sticky Mango concept of lightly spiced fresh Asian cuisine.

 

Secondly, the RSJ team is still in place and fully involved and committed to preserve the “magic of RSJ” dining experience  as well as continuing to provide our extensive Loire  focussed wine list , wine tasting  and cookery events.  For more details regarding the background to the changes   <click here>

 

Update Summary:-

 

            New Sticky Mango Menu

 

            All RSJ Wine lists will still be available

 

            Cookery and Wine Tasting events will still be available

 

            Wine Offer

 

Restaurant Opening Times

 

 

 

Monday to Friday

12::00 – 14:30

17:30 – 22:30

 

Saturday

 

17:30 – 22:30

 

 

 

 

 

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Sticky Mango at RSJ

 

In order to preserve the “Magic of RSJ” and to add something to the dining experience Nigel felt that there was a need to bring on board some fresh energy to the team. It so happened that around the time he was considering the options an old friend and ex head chef of RSJ, Peter Lloyd, was also considering his options. It was decided after much discussion to partner peter in a new South East Asian concept utilising the private room and basement of the RSJ restaurant.

 

Named Sticky Mango, it soon became very busy, rapidly outgrowing the allotted space. The difficulty of operating two menus from one kitchen soon became very challenging. A decision had to be made regarding the way forward  and given that RSJ Restaurant was about to reach its 37th anniversary it was felt that the time was right for a complete change.

 

Sticky Mango’s menu will feature a modern interpretation of street food classics and flavours from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia – all of which are specialities of Peter. He began his career as a commis chef at the House of Commons before moving to the Dorchester. He came to RSJ in 1994 rising to head chef before leaving in 1998 to work as Head chef at Bank restaurant with a brigade of 36. After 16 years of cooking modern European food in top London venues and stages with the Gordon Ramsey, Marco Pierre white, Pierre Koffmann, Phil Howard and Charlie trotter, Peter took over at the Sanderson Hotel where he discovered a passion for Malaysian cuisine and from there to the cuisine of much of South East Asia.

 

After 5 years as Head chef of Spice Market travelling regularly to all parts of South East Asia, Peter felt it was time to showcase his vast knowledge in his own restaurant. And that is where RSJ came into the picture.

 

It is our sincere hope that all of our wonderful, loyal customers will take to Sticky Mango as we have done. It promises to be a very exciting time for everyone.