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Posts in category: Restaurants

Glasgow’s Best Indian Restaurants

22 Feb 2017
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If you are seeking a bit of spice to heat things up with winter, why not try one of Glasgow’s best Indian restaurants? Most locals know that Glasgow loves its curry, but try to expand your horizons with one of the tempting restaurants below…

Journey To The Right Side Of The Tracks at Helio’s Cantina

6 Feb 2017
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Anyone travelling to the restaurant by foot will have to have their aforementioned iPhone’s GPS system polished and prepped, as it is tucked away in the backstreets of Hackney…

Conquering The World One Plate At A Time At Samarkand

23 Jan 2017
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After getting settled into a comfortable booth in the bar area, we decide that this is the sort of place where James Bond would meet a Cold War-era defector, the glam and glitz of the place screaming opulence whilst still having an exciting edge…

Can the Burritos from Benito’s Hat, Covent Garden Live Up to the Exacting Standards of a Burrito Aficionado?

28 Dec 2016
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Can the Burritos from Benito’s Hat, Covent Garden Live Up to the Exacting Standards of a Burrito Aficionado?

Bread? What Bread? M Raw’s 100% Gluten-Free Menu Launches At M Victoria

7 Dec 2016
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The gluten-free option might come as a surprise to those that know M Restaurants as one of the top steak joints in town – I’d certainly balk at the idea of them ditching the triple-cooked chips that accompanied my inimitable T-Bone when I visited M Grill earlier in the year…

Fine Dining Fabulousness At London’s Favourite Indian: Lotus Unveils New Winter Menu

6 Dec 2016
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I’ve visited Lotus once before and was blown away by their innovation and dedication to unique flavours, so naturally jumped at the opportunity to check out their new menu. The venue is situated at the bottom of Charing Cross Road, illuminated by the glitter of the theatres yet secluded enough to be called a hidden gem…

Yes It's A Café And Yes It's In A Mall – But Not Just Any Mall

5 Dec 2016
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If it's cool enough to sit outside – and Abu Dhabi is rarely cool – then do so, as the covered terrace is bordered by plants and overlooks a seaside promenade. At night, the water shimmers with lights from the path…

It’s Brilliantly British At Simpson’s-in-the-Strand

5 Dec 2016
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The lobster soup does justice to a classic starter, a generous pinch of pepper offering a subtle piquancy to the dark brown liquid that engulfs a small mound of the crustacean's flesh…

Poring Over Pan-Asian Plates at Tootoomoo

2 Dec 2016
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A seaweed salad lets us know that this place isn’t going to be your standard egg fried rice-kinda-joint; the sesame seed-flecked green strips arranged in a nest surrounded by a satay dressing with soybeans scattered around the edges. Incredibly nutritious and with a refreshing tang that’s not far off delicious…

It’s first-date night at CAU Restaurant, St Katherine Docks

30 Nov 2016
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CAU is in a beautiful location right on the docks and on this crisp, sun-drenched Autumn evening it is a perfect location for an attempted seduction. The décor is clean and cool…