Raising the bar for Malaysian cuisine in London, Melur is a charming restaurant located on Edgware Road in the Hyde Park area. Combining traditional Malaysian details with stylish furniture, Melur Malaysian Cuisine’s atmosphere is warm and inviting, making it a great choice no matter if it's for an intimate date or a group meal. Malaysian cuisine fuses together a number of different influences, and the menu at Melur Malaysian Cuisine brings together time-honoured traditions and modern, fusion dishes. Tuck into some rendang ayam(slow-cooked chicken in a spicy coconut gravy) or the kari sup kepala ikan (a popular Malaysian fish head curry soup). Vegetarians will find plenty of choice too, from vegetable nasi goreng to pad thai. To guarantee a table at Melur Malaysian Cuisine, making a reservation ahead of time is recommended.
Nestled in one of London’s most sought after locations, Melur Malaysian Cuisine is a sensory experience in all regards. Located in Hyde Park, along Edgware Road, Melur Malaysian Cuisine is one of London’s best Malaysian eateries, and perfect for a long lunch with friends, for an intimate dinner for two, or for a full-blow family celebration. Malaysian cuisine is a fusion of spicy Malay, Chinese and Indian, blended with Indonesian and Portuguese influences. The result is a truly exotic taste that’s become one of the most interesting Asian cuisines in the world.
The menu here is one of the most enticing in the city and showcases just how diverse Malaysian cuisine can be. We recommend beginning with the mixed platter, ideal for sharing, it’s a selection of satay skewers, prawn fritters, sesame prawn toast and a host of other delicacies. For the main event, opt for a traditional mee goreng nyonya with spicy fried egg noodles, chicken and vegetables, an aromatic kari laksa with seafood or chicken, or traditional spicy sambal goreng campur packed with tofu, aubergine, peanuts and anchovies in a sambal sauce that definitely gets the tastebuds going. Just be sure to reserve, though, because this Hyde Park spot does bring the crowds.
Fantastic food. Didn’t realise there was no alcohol on the menu but we were advised by the staff we could go get some and bring it in. That’s said, the non-alcohol drinks were amazing too. Seriously good, well hidden gem.
Very good and authentic Malaysian food. friendly staff. clean set up. affordable. Good value for money. Well worth visiting if craving Malaysian food in London.
good food service.favourite lobster noodles.orginal Malaysian dishes.can get very busy both restaurant and take-away .helpful staff.has separate room for +20 persons.food can be spicey or increased if required
Great atmosphere in restaurant with very friendly staff. The food was great. My only protest would be that the portions could be better balanced. But would definitely come back again.
We wanted to haveva quick lunch and were pleased that we came here. The price is very reasonable and overall restaurant is clean. Service is prompt and quick. Our starter of roti canai was perfect, not oily and fluffy, satay chicken was good with excellent peanut sauce. Our mains of fried noodle - char kway teow was exactly what we need. We enjoyed our desert of sago gula Melaka. Overall we will come again to try the dishes. This is where we will come for authentic malaysian food.
Food was delicious. Authentic Malay dishes with just the right flavours. We went there yesyerday and had set menu C which was good value for money. Comes with spiced fried chicken, gado gado, king prawn sambal, beef rendang, egg fried rice followed by banana fritters and the tarik. We tried the roti canai and ais kacang. Delicious. Highly recommend if you're looking for authentic Malay cuisine.
It was agreat a experience. The hospitality was excellent. Given the fact that it is the fasting month, the choice of food available for the buffet service for iftar was more than the bargain price. The food was delicious. The food selection could add soup or salad (sambal belacan) as improvement
Great food. Overall. Prawns were so tender and juicy in the sambal udang petai and laksa. The sambal was fiery and sweet and the same time. Rendang needed a bit more depth but the beef was so tender. Laksa was very coconutty which is Singapore style but I prefer it with a bit more spice. Would go back though!
Authentic, tasty, Malaysian food in a restaurant packed with Malaysians. Always a good sign. You do not come here for the atmosphere, but the friendly staff and great food more than make up for it.
The food was delicious The service was fantastic And we even received watermelon and sweets, compliments of the house!! All in all a wonderful experience, will definitely go again once I get the chance