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Blog posts for tag: Indian

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…

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…

Duking It Out Over The Last Drop Of Indian Single Malt Rampur

22 Nov 2016
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The flavours do not linger on the palate for ages and those who like their whisky with a long finish might find it a little abrupt, however, anyone who is in the mood for a smooth, sweet and creamy malt with a subtle, fiery kick at the end should look no further than Rampur…

Curries and Conviviality: Gaylord Restaurant To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

15 Jun 2016
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In today’s age of pop-up restaurants and flash-in-the-pan food trends, true tenure on the London restaurant scene is tough to achieve. However, amidst the mackerel ice cream vans, KFC-inspired haute cuisine joints and porridge cafés, Gaylords, one of the city’s oldest Indian restaurant, is still going strong and is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Sunday 19th June...

Indian Summer in London

30 Sep 2011
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Summer is back! London is basking in a late summer surge with temperatures around 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit).

As there was literally not a cloud in the sky I took the opportunity to do some photography on The Thames and get some close ups of the London Eye, which looked spectacular.  Have a look at my Photo Blog...