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The Jasmine Kitchen – Aldgate East by Mrs Rahman

[quote]We both were reminiscing of our recent trip to Malaysia where food was a way to converse with people. Clearly Jasmins kitchen has not lost her Malaysian heritage and her cooking was absolutely delicious.[/quote]

Jasmin kitchen, it’s owned and run by a woman. Hot pink  is clearly her colour. We were greeted by the owner wearing a hot pink t-shirt and a million dollar warm smile.  She is a Malaysian expatriate living within the UK and clearly loves her food and knows how to make good food. Her love of colour pans out into the simple decor of her little homely styled diner.

Mr Rahman and I felt as though we were in someone’s living room. The calmness and serenity of being in a comfy place. Mr Rahman ordered his much loved randang curry with chicken and I ordered  Penang chicken laska soup with all the seafood trimmings.

jasmine3The food is cooked at the back of this homely small venue and clearly stated to be patient whilst waiting for the food, the café was littered with city workers who were escaping the hubbub of the busy working environment. The venue was decorated with a strong influence of Buddhist products, incense sticks littered the corners of the room and colourful cushions graced the sofas which was on a platform floor, as well as open tables with little stalls. So simple and clean the placed looked.  The owner clearly knew her customers and was greeting each and every one of her customers as they walked through the door.

Food was great. We both were reminiscing of our recent trip to Malaysia where food was a way to converse with people. Clearly Jasmins kitchen has not lost her Malaysian heritage and her cooking was absolutely delicious.

Laska soup- was meaty with thinly shredded pieces of chicken breast. The broth was full of flavour I could taste the shrimp paste, the chillies, kick of garlic, lime leaves and the coconut milk. Tastes as fresh as it looked with a handful of crispy fried onions. Though I cannot write a truly honest review as I am recovering from flu and my tastes buds are just about normalising. However, if anyone is looking for their Malaysian/ Thai fix, some home cooked, authentic, cheap food than Jasmin Kitchen is your place.

We spent £18 in total

Laska was £4.95

Nasi Lamak-£4.90

Two drinks and then  I purchased a homemade spicy sauce and cooked fish in the evening with. This woman truly knows her food and the colours and flavours in the room become alive when tasting her authentic Thai/Malaysian food.

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http://jasminekitchen.weebly.com

Unit 1, Naylor Building
24 White Church Lane
London E1 7QR

Opening Hours:

Mon, Tues & Fri 9.30am to 6.30pm
Wed & Thurs 9.30am to 8.30pm

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