Owner Srian Perera and Chef Asep Ridwan use their colourful heritage, endless imagination and talent to offer an extensive range of exotic creations. Like the food, Radio Cairo’s decor is eclectic, with a pleasing mix of African and Middle Eastern artefacts adorning the space. Popular with locals, this lively, casual space is enhanced by pulsating music.
The menu features a mix of African, Indian and Caribbean dishes, offering simple, tasty dishes enhanced with spices from around the world. The journey begins with South African lamb sosaties: marinated chargrilled lamb skewers with a sour cream and chilli sauce. The mains take us to the Caribbean with irresistible barbecued jerk pork ribs: succulent ribs coated in sweet and sour sauce. Next, enjoy Tunisian slow-roasted lamb shanks served in a zesty sauce of tomato, caraway, preserved lemon, harissa and olive.
PSST! The prix fixe menu, offering 12 courses, is designed for those who want to try a little bit of everything.