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Champor-Champor, one of the finest Thai restaurants in London,  is not just another restaurant. It is a whole culture of its own – a total dining experience. The term “champor champor” is actually a Malay expression, which may be loosely translated as “mix and match”.Champor Champor 1

The food and its presentation is Thai-Malay cuisine, while the décor, music, artworks, artefacts and table settings are a global mix. Cosy, yet chic, with a hint of a bohemian flavour, Champor-Champor Thai restaurant near London Bridge is a romantic venue suitable for couples or small groups.

Tribal artefacts and Buddha statues adorn the walls. In the evenings a warm glow is cast over the small but beautiful restaurant by dozens of candles: it is a unique dining experience.

Our eclectic wine list features wines that have been carefully selected to complement the spicy, flavoursome food. We also feature a range of aperitifs, beers, spirits, liqueurs, coffees, teas, herbal infusions and other soft drinks.

For intimate dining ‘a deux’ the mezzanine table is a popular option, while private dining for parties of six to ten guests can be accommodated in our private dining room. The mezzanine and the private room should be requested when booking.

“Food was fresh and the taste great. Dessert was interesting… probably one of the best fusion type dessert I’ve tasted.”
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“This funky little restaurant, long a Time Out favourite, is under new management – and we’re happy to report that standards have been maintained.”
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“Lovely menu of south-east Asian dishes, we were spoilt for choice and the food was as good as it sounded! Lovely, unusual decor and friendly feel despite the excellent quality.”

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“Once you find the restaurant which is lost in the back streets you walk into a magic experience: excellent service and exquisite food from an interesting cross-over menu. Make the effort.”
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“The menu items are inventive and always beautify presented. It is a good place to take risks. Don’t go for the “safe” option. You will get food envy when the other meals arrive!”
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Green papaya, Crispy tofu, pomegranate somtam, roasted cashew nuts

Goat cheese parcels, toasted sesame, red onion compote; walnuts salad and lime dressing

Mixed vegtable soup with wonton crisps 
(Veg)£ 6.50

Seared scallop, pancetta, apple salad with spiced lime juice and milk dressing 

Crispy soft shell crab, five spice, salt & pepper

River prawn gratin with Gruyere, lime sauce, wasabi potato salad

Chicken liver and green peppercorn pate, prawn crackers; mango chutney

Shredded roast duck, hoisin sauce, flat roti

Grilled satay duck breast, almond butter, crispy lemongrass

Spiced lamb neck fillet, tamarind, sweet potato mascarpone, cucumber juliennes

Thai style lemongrass soup with prawns

Pan fried tandoori prawn with mango yogurt salad; thai salsa 


Spicy yellow turmeric young banana curry
(Veg) £12.75

Grilled tofu and butternut squash green curry, steamed asparagus, basil oil
(Veg) £12.95

Baked fresh shitake, potato edamame dumpling, Szechuan peppercorn sauce, toasted pine nuts
(Vegan) £13.50

Roasted monk fish, spinach & ricotta ravioloni, mango puree red curry

Pan-fried red snapper, Malaysian sambal sauce, squid ink linguine

King river prawns yellow turmeric curry, egg cream, celery

Grilled chicken thigh green curry, asparagus, butternut squash

King prawns green curry, asparagus, butternut squash

Duck confit salad in Laotian style laab (salad with herbs and sprinkled roasted rice)

Beef rendang (Malaysians’ favourite of beef cooked in coconut milk and herbs)

Sizzling beef sirloin in a hot plate with sliced onion, fresh green peppercorns, krachai (wild ginger)

Lamb shank braised in blue Sumatra coffee, red wine, dried red chili 

Braised pork belly with fresh sugar cane, sham mash potato, red onion compote

Beef rendang a classic malay beef curry slowly cooked with spices 


Mix salad with house dressing and toasted sesame seeds

Stir fried aubergine

Sweet potato mash with spring onion 

Vegetarian pad thai

Stir fried halloumi cheese with chilli and spring onion

Hand cut potato chips sprinkled with masala

Jasmine rice

Sticky rice

Coconut rice

Flat roti


Green Tea and Pistachio Parfait

Chocolate and Chilli Cheese Cake

Steam Taro and Black Rice Pudding, Mango Ice Cream

Selection of Ice Cream or Granitas

Tom Yum Brulee


Vietnamese Saigon – white & sweet
(hot / cold) £2.80 / £3.50

Vietnamese Saigon – black

Indonesian Blue Sumatra

Thai Doi Saked Chiang Mai

Colombian Decaffeinated


Fresh Mint

Green Tea

Roasted Brown Rice

Jasmine Flower

Lemongrass Decaffeinated

Dessert wine & Port

The Welder Glen Carlou, Paarl (South Africa), 2012
£19.95 (37.5cl)

Plum Wine (Japan)

Cockburns Ruby Port


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Lunch Monday-Friday from noon
(last orders 2.30pm)

Dinner Monday-Sunday from 6pm
(last orders 10pm)


The Mezzanine is a special romantic table for two that is slightly raised up overlooking the restaurant. You may still be seated in the Mezzanine area and choose only to take two courses, but you will still be charged for three courses. However teas, coffees or digestifs may be taken in lieu of dessert.

Private Dining

The private room is ideal for an intimate dinner for a party of 6-10 guests. Again, this is available for diners choosing the three-course menu or, when available, our tasting menu.

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For a party of more than four or five people, we will generally ask for a credit card number to guarantee your reservation.

We will not charge anything on the card, provided that you honour the reservation, or cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the booking.

However, if you cancel the party with less than 24 hours notice, or you simply do not show up for your reservation, we will make a late cancellation/no show charge of £15 per head on the card. If you reduce the number in the party on the day within reason, we will not make any charge on the card.

For parties of more than 16 people during December we generally require 48 hours notice of total cancellation if the late cancellation/no show charge is to be avoided.



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Opening Hours

Lunch Monday-Friday from noon
(last orders 2.30pm)

Dinner Monday-Sunday from 6pm
(last orders 10pm)

Champor-Champor is just south of St Thomas’s Street at the back of Guy’s Hospital near London Bridge. We are just north of the intersection with Snowsfields.

Champor Champor
62 Weston Street
London SE1 3QJ

Tel: 020 7403 4600

Contact Champor Champor

By public transport:

Champor-champor is a stone’s throw from London Bridge station (national rail, Northern line tube and Jubilee line tube).

Follow the exit signs to Guy’s Hospital and St Thomas Street. Turn left (east) into St Thomas Street and take the first turn to the right into Weston Street. You will find Champor-champor about 100 metres along on the left hand side.

Walk time from London Bridge Station: approx three minutes.

By car:

Daytime car parking is available in meter bays and at the Snowfields car park located in Snowfields, near the crossing with Weston Street – about two minutes’ walk from the restaurant.

Parking on the single yellow lines in the immediate area is permitted after 6.30pm Monday – Saturday and all day Sunday and public holidays.