RSJ's 30th anniversary: 1980-2010

2010 was a very special year for us as the RSJ Restaurant celebrated its 30th year. We held a number of special events through the year to mark our 30th birthday.

36th Year: 1980-2016

Another milestone with events happening during our 36th anniversary year.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Taste of Singapore – Thursday 7th to Saturday 30th September

Sticky Mango's globe trotting chef Peter Lloyd, brings a progressive Taste of Singapore street food culture to London's Southbank. 

Enjoy his 10 favourite Singaporean dishes spread over 3 courses sharing style. Price £39.95

From Singapore Chilli Crab, Sambal Skate to Hainanese Chicken and Char Kuey Teow finishing with the local favourite Durian Ice Cream "certainly an ingredient for your bucket list"  

Available from Thursday 7th of September until Saturday 30th of September 

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

RSJ Wine Offer August/ September 2017

RSJ Wine Offer August/September 2017
A selection of wines ideal for drinking this year
Please feel free to make your own selection in a mixed case 

Jérôme Billard, Domaine de la Noblaie
White wines
2016 Touraine Sauvignon L'Enclos Domaine Roussely  £9.35
Vincent Roussely 
Attractive Sauvignon with good length and lovely pure fruit

2015 Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur lie Clos du Verger  £9.50
Pierre Luneau Papin 
Fresh zingy Muscadet with good weight from much vaunted producer

2016 Vouvray Sec Domaine Champalou    £12.50
Didier, Catherine and Céline Champalou
Wonderful Chenin Blanc – lovely fruit and balance 

2016 Sancerre Les Pierris   £13.50
Roger Champault et fils
Classic Sancerre with lovely concentration and balance

2016 Pouilly-Fumé Domaine Treuillet   £13.75
Sébastien Treuillet
Superb ripe Pouilly with lovely minerality

2014 Savennières Le Grand Beaupréau   £18.50
Vincent, Catherine and Emmanuel Ogereau
Evocative of fresh quince with lovely minerality 
from this tiny exclusive vineyard site 

Sparkling wines
We have been listing the Neau family's wonderful Crémants 
for over 20 years and they continue to have a huge following.

Crémant de Loire, Domaine de Nerleux        £11.75
70% Chenin Blanc and 30% Chardonnay

Crémant Rosé, Domaine de Nerleux             £11.75
85% Cabernet Franc and 15% Chenin Blanc

Red wines 
2015 Saumur Rouge, Domaine Haut de Sanziers   £8.95
Dominique Tessier
Lovely ripe fruit with good structure and length

2016 Saumur Champigny, Domaine de Nerleux  £9.95
Amélie and Régis Neau
Wonderful quaffing Champigny – delicious when lightly 
chilled and great with barbecues

2015 Le Temps des Cérises, Domaine de la Noblaie   £10.50
Jérôme Billard
Delicious ripe rounded fruit with good length. Organic estate.

2014 Anjou Cabernet Sauvignon   £11.30
Frédéric Mabileau
Organic. Soft ripe fruit with lovely concentration.  

2015 Touraine Chenonceaux  £11.95
Vincent Roussely
Superb handpicked Côt (Malbec) and Cabernet Franc. Organic

2015 St Nicolas de Bourgueil, Les Rouillères  £12.50

Frédéric Mabileau
Wonderful ripe rounded red fruits with good length and long finish. Organic 

2014 St Nicolas de Bourgueil Eclipse £24.95

Frédéric Mabileau
We have been fortunate to obtain a small parcel of this superb wine only made in the best vintages. Aged for 18 months in oak from over 50-year-old vines in Frédéric's best vineyard site. Wonderful concentration.

We have also put together a selection of mixed cases as follows:

The Eastern Loire case  £162.50
Laurent and Claude Champault took over the family domaine from from their father, Roger, some years ago. Based in Champtin in the commune of Crézancy-en-Sancerre, they are making wonderful wine. Their good friend, Sébastien Treuillet, makes delicious minerally Pouilly-Fumé at his small property a few miles away on the other side of the Loire River.
4 bts 2016 Sancerre Blanc Champault 
4 bts 2015 Sancerre Rouge Champault
4 bts 2016 Pouilly-Fumé Domaine Treuillet

The Bourgueil Case £171.00
A selection of outstanding Bourgueils from three of the leading growers in the appellation:

3 bts 2014 Bourgueil Vieilles Vignes, Lamé Delisle Boucard
3 bts 2011 Bourgueil Cuvée Prestige, Lamé Delisle Boucard
3 bts 2014 Bourgueil Racines Frédéric Mabileau
3 bts 2014 Bourgueil Le Grand Clos Yannick Amirault

Chinon Pierre de Tuf, Domaine de la Noblaie £228.00
Jérôme Billard is an outstanding young vigneron, who works organically, and is based in Ligré in the Chinon appellation. We have put together a selection of the four best vintages of the past decade of his top cuvée – Pierre de Tuf. 

3 bts 2014 Pierre de Tuf
3 bts 2011 Pierre de Tuf 
3 bts 2010 Pierre de Tuf 
3 bts 2009 Pierre de Tuf
The Half-Bottle case    £84.00
2 halves 2015 Saumur Blanc Domaine de Nerleux
2 halves 2016 Sancerre Les Pierris, Roger Champault et fils
2 halves 2016 Pouilly-Fumé, Domaine Treuillet
2 halves 2015 Saumur-Champigny, Les Châtains, Domaine de Nerleux
2 halves 2015 St Nicolas de Bourgueil, Les Rouillères, Frédéric Mabileau
2 halves 2011 Bourgueil, Cuvée Prestige, Lamé Delisle Boucard  

To order please contact:
Tel: 020-7928 4554
33 Coin Street, London SE1 9NR



Monday, July 31, 2017

Matching Loire wines with Sticky Mango's Asian street food

Peter Lloyd

Last Monday (24th July) Peter Lloyd and Tom King held the first food and wine matching evening at Sticky Mango@RSJ. Winewise we held true to our long commitment to the Loire, while Peter's food was typically brilliant. (Jim reports*)

It proved to be a fascinating experiment seeing how well the food and wine would knock along together. 

 Irish Rock Oyster
Coconut & Lime Granita, Chilli Tapioca Pearls

2015 Muscadet de Sevre et Maine sur lie 
Le Verger Pierre Luneau-Papin

Although Muscadet is famous for being an ideal match with seafood this was the evening's least successful match. The oyster was fat, delicious with an attractive sweetness, while this particular Muscadet had good freshness but without the weight and concentration to stand up to the oyster. Another richer Muscadet from the Luneau-Papin stable or an older Muscadet with more evolved flavours would, I suspect, have been a more successful match. 

Moving away from the Loire and France it would be worth trying an Alvarinho, Vinho Verde from Anselmo Mendes. 

 Soft shelled crab

with the fried steam buns

Tempura Soft Shell Crab 
Singapore Chilli Sauce, Fried Steam Buns  2016 Pouilly Fumé, Domaine Treuillet
Sébastien Treuillet

In contrast to the Muscadet, the 2016 Pouilly Fumé from Sébastien Treuillet was a brilliant match with the delicious soft shelled crab. The Pouilly Fumé had enough weight to match the tastily spicy flavours of the crab. 

 JG's Black Pepper Shrimp
Sun-dried Pineapple, Jicama & Pea Shoots
2016 Saumur Blanc, Domaine de Nerleux
Amélie Neau  

2015 Saumur-Champigny 
Domaine de Nerleux, Amélie Neau

It was interesting to find that the red – Saumur-Champigny – proved to be a better match with the spicy shrimp than the Saumur Blanc, which was rather overwhelmed. However, the Saumur Blanc proved to be good with the next dish – the chicken.

 Mamak BBQ Corn Fed Chicken
Charred Long Bean, Pickled Red Onion Salad
with Jasmine Rice2015 Chinon Domaine de la Noblaie
Jérôme Billard 
I thought the 2015 Chinon was too tannic to be a good match with the chicken. Perhaps another year or two in bottle would be beneficial for this match. Perhaps a 2014 or 2012 or perhaps an earlier vintage might be a better match. 

The Sticky Mango:
Sweet Sticky Rice, Coconunt & Vanilla, 
Whipped Condensed Milk, Mango
Peter's signature dessert 

Pandan Macaron 
Kaya Jam, Caramel & Soy Sauce Ice Cream2014 Coteaux du Layon Saint-Lambert-du-Lattay
Vincent and Emmanuel Ogereau

I was surprised that the Coteaux du Layon stood up as well as it did to The Sticky Mango, which is nowhere near as sweet as the description suggests. The Layon was, however, completely overpowered by the very sweet Macaron, which perhaps needs something like a Muscat de Rivesaltes or a Muscat from Spain or Portugal. 

Sticky Mango
33 Coin Street
London SE1 9NR
Tel: 020-7803 9733
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Latest menu here 

* I have been a consultant to the RSJ Restaurant (now Sticky Mango@RSJ) for over 30 years. However, on this occasion I paid in full (£49) to be part of this food and wine matching evening.  

Monday, July 17, 2017

Wine tasting & matching with South East Asian food Monday 24th July 7.15pm

Peter Lloyd – chef and co-owner of Sticky Mango

Wine Tasting & matching with South East Asian food

Monday 24th July  7.15pm 

In conjunction with the Waterloo Festival, Peter, Nigel, Tom 
and all the Sticky Mango@RSJ team will
be featuring the following menu and wines to enjoy 
and experience the fusion of tastes and flavours.
Along with discussion over the success or otherwise of the pairings, 
Tom will introduce the wines

Welcome Cocktail
Raspberry & Lychee Bellini

  Irish Rock Oyster
Coconut & Lime Granita, Chilli Tapioca Pearls

2015 Muscadet de Sevre et Maine ‘Sur Lie’ Domaine du Verger
Pierre Luneau-Papin

JG’S Black Pepper Shrimp
Sun dried Pineapple, Jicama & Peas shoots

2016 Saumur Blanc, Domaine de Nerleux

Amélie Neau

Tempura Soft Shell Crab
Chilli Sauce, Fried Steam Buns

2016 Pouilly Fumé, Domaine Treuillet
Sébastien Treuillet

Mamak BBQ Corn Fed Chicken
Charred Long Bean, Pickled Red Onion Salad

2015 Chinon Domaine de la Noblaie
Jérôme Billard

The Sticky Mango
Sweet Sticky Rice.Coconut & Vanilla,
Whipped Condensed Milk, Mango

Pandan Macaron
Kaya Jam, Caramel & Soy Sauce Ice Cream

2014 Coteaux du Layon St Lambert
Vincent & Emmanuel Ogereau

To book please contact:
Tel: 020 7928 4554