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Authentic Malaysian Cuisine Rating: 10/10

Freshnotfrozen attended Chinese New Year Chilli Crab Supperclub in February 2018, reviewed on 1 March 2018

 This chef really understands ‘taste’ which to me is the most important element of dining..Each dish was so delicious, even though I’m no expert on Malaysian cuisine. The crab was exquisite and the prawns equally so. I could hardly manage the steamed seabass! Good company was an added bonus. Will definitely return here.

 Thumbs up from us Rating: 10/10

Sarves attended Chinese New Year Chilli Crab Supperclub in February 2018, reviewed on 28 February 2018

 We had a lovely meal in a friendly setting. The menu was well put together and the food was delicious. Our personal favourite was the chilli crab followed closely by the buttered king prawns however all the courses were excellent!
The best way to celebrate Chinese New Year Rating: 10/10

Alana attended Chinese New Year Chilli Crab Supperclub in February 2018, reviewed on 28 February 2018

 This was my second time at the Wild Serai supper club and it was as good as last time, if not even better. A true authentic Malaysian experience with phenomenal food, a happy atmosphere and great company. I never usually eat salad but the yee sang salad was one of the best things I’ve eaten this Chinese New Year. We were fed to the brim with many other delicious morsels, with seafood being the star of the show – the chilli crab, jumbo prawns and seabass were heavenly. Hope to come back again – would recommend this to any foodie.
Malaysian Chilli Crab Supperclub Feast
Rating: 10/10

bernardho attended Malaysian Chilli Crab Supperclub Feast in January 2018, reviewed on 31 January 2018

Another great evening of Malaysian food fix, feasting with Yolanda & Aunty Mary teaming up with @thelittlekuehcompany & @valiente8278. Thank you all.

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My partner and I have attended several supper clubs hosted by Wild Serai and kept coming back for the authentic taste of home (and my Chilli Crab fix). This Chinese New Year, I did not manage to get back to Malaysia and relied on Yolanda & co. for an authentic CNY meal. I was not disappointed and to be honest, the Yee Sang served was better than the ones I had in Malaysia.


I was looking forward to the Malaysian Chilli Supper Club’s Chinese New Year celebration! The food was absolutely amazing. We had Giant Prawn Cracker with small Chicken Curry Puff to get our gastric juices working. Yolanda brought out the first course which is the Prosperity Salad (Lo Hei/Yusheng) served with Sashimi grade Salmon. I was asked to sprinkle more I gredientson top & with Y’s help, sauces were poured & we all stood up to toss the salad to welcome the Year of the Dog! A bit messy but we proceeded to help ourselves & this was the most deliciously well balanced Prosperity Salad I have ever eaten. A large dish of giant Chilli Crabs arrived & was served with Fried Mantou (to soak up the yummilucious sauce). This is finger food with a couple of tools needed. The Cornish Brown Crab is perfect for this dish because the firm sweet flavour crab meat absorbs the sauce. Not too spicy just enhance the crab meat beautifully! Hot steamed rice arrived just in time to absorb more flavoursome sauce. I am not definitely NOT on my low carb diet today! We could smell Curry Leaves & the massive Madagascar King Prawns arrived. Another finger food that only oficianados of King Prawns will appreciate the sucking of The scrumptious juices from the shells! Kang King Belacan – Morning Glory/Water Spinanach with dried shrinks & stir fry in the SE Asian Prawn pasts – totally delicious! More rice needed to accompany the vegetables. Then the Steamed Sea Bass – wow – a huge Sea Bass steamed to perfection Chinese Style! The accompanying sauce was perfect! Do we have room for the Mochi? Yes – the Tuan Yuan with Black Sesame Seeds, Peanuts & Red Bean Paste was perfect! Followed by Chrysanthemum Tea & a large bowl of fruits (Mandarin Orange & Pomelo) decorated with Hong Bao (containing a Pineapple Tart/Salted Egg Cookie). I highly recommend Wild Serai Supper Club as I have now booked to sample the Malaysian Street Food Supper Club on Sunday, 18th March 2018. Meanwhile, back to Tennis, Zumba, Aquafit & my low carb diet!



It’s true to the suggest, I was blown away by the amazing lobster laksa bisque. Everything in the meal was perfect, from friendly host to the cozy home atmosphere with the freshest ingredients that brought the Malaysian gastronomic experience to another level. Highly recommended.


The best chilli crab I have ever eaten – and all the other morsels (vegetable curry puffs, satay chicken, jumbo prawns) were just as yummy. Set in a cosy home in South London with warm and welcoming hosts and excellent conversation. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves truly authentic Asian food.



My first supper club and what a fantastic experience. Wild Serai delivered some amazingly authentic Malaysian flavours which reminded me of home and such a friendly atmosphere with fellow foodies – would def recommend, one of the best Malaysian food in London and fun meeting new people , can’t wait til the next event!


One of those rare occasions where I would want to give a 10 out of 5 on the score. Literally the best crab I have ever eaten in my life. The entire menu was phenomenal and the Wild Serai team are an absolute delight. Thank you so much for having me. The most exciting discovery of the year. Can’t wait to go back! Oh and did I mention the crab?!?! 🙂

What a great evening. The chili crab was truly magical. Best crab I have ever eaten. Great venue and the Wild Serai crew truly love what they do.


Great event. Lovely host good food. Very enjoyable.


Blog Reviews

The Ultimate Nasi Lemak Experience

“The rendang packs a punch, these guys know what they’re doing. Even when Yolanda confesses to having used the wrong quantity of peppercorns in the recipe, making it much spicier than anticipated, it’s still WOW. It’s slow cooking, but taking it to a whole new level.”


Malaysian Chilli Crab Experience

“Yolanda explains that this Chilli crab is a little bit different to the crab sauces we may be expecting, with a more sour flavour, compared to what is used in most restaurants and true enough, it’s not what I expect. The sauce is still quite runny and is so easily soaked up by the Mantou buns; the hot soft rolls that go so well with the spicy yet sweet sauce currently dripping all over my hands. No matter, we’re all friends here and I feel absolutely no shame in licking my hands.

Sambal Prawns and Kang Kong Belachan make up the sides, although in any setting other than this, they would never be considered sides, they’re heroes in their own right. These prawns are positively enormous and drowning in spicy sambal, it goes perfectly with the equally zingy but complementary Kang Kong (Water Spinach) cooked in Belachan, a strong smelling shrimp paste. No really, it’s delicious, much better than that may sound!”


Malaysian Street Food Brunch Reviews (Monday 9th April 2012)

“It was as good as any street food I had in Penang” (Lizzie,  Lizzieatslondon.blogspot.co.uk)


“If you want to taste real food of Malaysia, then this is definitely the place to be” (Jason, Feastoftheworld.com)


“I hugely enjoyed the Wild Serai Seafood Feast and this was indeed a great contender to it, showcasing some great street food.” -Dini of Dolce Dini- 


“A brilliant afternoon.”



Reviews from our Nyonya -Malay Feast (Saturday 31st March 2012)

“The food is supernova fantastic and thus far consistently excellent”

“You CANNOT get authentic Malaysian (nyonya) food of this quality anywhere in London!”

“What an enjoyable way to spend a Saturday afternoon! As a Malaysian, I found the food impressively spot-on and authentic”

” Ten thumbs up (if I had ten thumbs) especially for the king prawn petai sambal.”

“The food was mouth wateringly amazing…an explosion of flavours having a party with my taste buds.” 



Reviews from our Seafood Lovers Supperclub (Feb 2012)

“The Best Malaysian Chilly Crab this side of the world. Heck. The Best Malaysian Chilly Crab Period.”

“I can only think of a handful of times I have had chilli crab as yummy and ‘syok’ as I did on Saturday.


“When whispers of Singapore chilli crab started circulating, my senses were alerted and I was on the hunt” (Kay Shong, Chopstix to Steaknives)



Reviews from our Seafood Supperclub Feast guest-cheffing at Plussixfive (Sunday October 16 2011)

“As a food experience, Goz’s and Yolanda’s dishes will be remembered for a long time to come. As a supper club experience, plusixfive was outstanding. As a warm evening with family and friends, it was unforgettable.” -Cinnamon and Truffle-

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“She sure as heck pulled out all the stops, serving up a tricky-to-execute seafood feast!” Wenlin Soh, Edible Experiences

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This was finger- licking food at it’s best” -DolceDini-

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6 responses »

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  2. Amazing nyonya laksa and chicken rice – went home stuffed and totally satisfied having had my Malaysian food fix. I’ll be back for more!

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