Mark Adair

The Roti King’s empire expands with second site opening in Battersea Power Station

The second site of popular Malaysian restaurant Roti King opens its doors today. The first South London outpost is situated in Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station. 

Chef and owner Sugen Gopal, said: “Roti King has made its way South of the river! We are so excited a new group of Londoners can experience the food I loved so much growing up.”   Unlike its Euston counterpart, covers at the Battersea site will be bookable in advance from, ideal for special occasions and bigger groups.

However, true to the original concept, there will always be tables kept aside for walk-ins to allow guests to drop in for a bite anytime. Roti King Battersea will be offering 25% off food only from Monday 9th May to Wednesday 11th between 12pm and 3pm.    Simon Murphy, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC), said: “We are delighted that Roti King has decided to open its first restaurant in south London at Battersea Power Station.

“With the development’s strong links to Malaysia through our shareholders, we are thrilled to bring delicious Malaysian cuisine to the vibrant riverside neighbourhood that has been created at Battersea Power station for all to enjoy.”

Roti King joins over 20 cafés, bars, restaurants, shops, fitness and leisure venues, a cinema and theatre already open at the new exciting riverside neighbourhood at Battersea Power Station.

These will be complemented by over 100 retail shops, restaurants and cafés, including a 20,000 sq ft food hall, unique office and event spaces, and 254 apartments once the Power Station opens its doors from September 2022.

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