We've teamed up with Nusa Kitchen in Moorgate to offer our readers two-for-one on all soups and rice boxes.
Started in 2004 by mother and son team Patou and Mark Cox, Nusa Kitchen have built themselves a reputation as being one of London’s leading authentic and healthy East Asian restaurant groups serving well guarded family recipes to hungry Londoners.
The new location on Masons Avenue - Moorgate, is the fourth in the series and bang in the heart of the city. It will showcase all the best Nusa Kitchen has to offer including their delicious traditional Asian soups, fresh authentic healthy salads and famous rice boxes. All of which are still developed by Patou herself using only the best and freshest ingredients. There will also be the opportunity to try some of Nusa Kitchen’s brand new creations from their freshly launched breakfast menus.
Dates: 7am – 4pm, 20 February – 6 March.
Location: Nusa Kitchen, Mason’s Avenue, 15 Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 5BR
Offer: Two-for-one on all soups and rice boxes
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