The Malaysian born Tamil chef & restaurateur Sugen Gopal has opened his highly anticipated second restaurant – Gopal’s Corner in Victoria, London – paying homage to the restaurant opened by his parents in the 70’s in Ipoh, Malaysia.
Gopal’s Corner is located on the first floor of Market Hall Victoria, an upmarket food hall which opened to the public on Saturday.
Since 1909 the building has housed an Edwardian shopping arcade, a restaurant, and more recently the super-club, Pacha.
Now as Market Hall, it is home to a diverse range of food & drink outlets across three floors. It also includes three bars championing independent British-made beers & spirits.
His first restaurant, Roti King in Euston, has been acknowledged as one of London’s ‘greatest cheap eats’ by the likes of Time Out, The Guardian and Eater.
Sugen’s famous flaky, buttery rotis are also available at Gopal’s Corner, whose Malaysian Tamil menu includes thosai, Kari Laksa and his very popular Banana leaf rice served with an assortment of curries.
Where can I find Gopal’s Corner?
instagram handle: @gopalscorner
Address: Gopal’ s Corner, 191 Victoria Street, Victoria London, SW1E 5NE
Tube: London Victoria – District, Circle & Victoria Lines
MON – SAT noon till 10pm
SUN noon till 9pm