You enter a communal low lit dining area with long wooden tables stretching the length of the room. Instantly your senses are captured as aromatic South-East Asian spices fill the air. You came to dine, share plates and explore flavours and you quickly realise you chose the right place. Moments later your table fills with a carefully constructed banquet featuring dishes such as “Betel leaf, spanner crab, mango, chilli, mint” and “caramelised pork hock with five spices and chilli jam”. You take a sip of caipiroska to cleanse your palate and the adventure begins...
Inspired by the communal eating philosophy of the Asian table, Longrain is for social food lovers who enjoy a great spread with friends. Combine that with its 18 year stretch of hats, awards and consistent taste knockouts, you’re in for a treat.
- This banquet includes 7-courses to share with your group. The perfect way to experience the flavours Longrain has to offer.
- An empty stomach.
- The restaurant is a 400m walk from Museum train station.