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Best local Indian Restaurant in Essex 2014
One of the finest Indian restaurants in Essex Caraway Indian Brasserie, in Gants Hill, has won the prestigious Best Local Indian Restaurant Award in the Restaurant Guides

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The Hart Brothers, who have made Quo Vadis and Fino into such success stories

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Vapiano

In an age when Italian-style fast food means having a quick plate of pizza or pasta, Vapiano takes things one step further and makes things fun and well, practically interactive....


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Review - Awana

Awana – it means “in the clouds” in Malaysian, apparently - is elegantly situated off Sloane Avenue. The heavenly name is apt for the delightful cuisine – Malaysian food given a quixotic twist – on offer Cuisine: Japanese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Babylon

I’ve never been one for the “don’t judge a book by its cover” school of thought. And judging by the appearance of Babylon, I’m not alone. This restaurant has got its first impression down pat: sleek, expensive and sophisticated.
Cuisine: Modern European
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Bar Zaika Bazaar

Seekh kebabs and saris at the Bazaar.
Brompton Cross is ladies-who-shop territory ? you can start with a smart frock, move on to a new dinner service for main course, and finish with an antique watch.....
Cuisine: Indian
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Buddah-Bar

Being perched on a spot where restaurant upon restaurant has come and gone over the years is never easy. The public is just Cuisine: Pacific Rim
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Cafe Lazeez

The Café Lazeez “chain” (Soho, this South Kensignton branch and, surprisingly, Birmingham) offers a breezy twist on Indian dining... Cuisine: Indian
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Cheyne Walk Brasserie

With its emphasis on French cuisine, and Chelsea location, you’d be forgiven for expecting Cheyne Walk Brasserie to be austere and cooler-than-thou, one of those places populated exclusively by the rich and/or thin and/or beautiful.... Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Cheyne Walk Brasserie

A French restaurant in one of the Chelsea-ist bits of Chelsea? You’d be forgiven if you expected Cheyne Walk Brasserie to be one of those Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Drones

Any self-respecting P.G. Wodehouse fan would know that the Drones was Bertie Wooster’s club and it is worth thinking about this before booking... Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - El Rincon

A Spanish corner in the Cuisines Collection. Claudio Pulze’s Cuisines Collection group is beginning to live up to its name with... Cuisine: Spanish
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Il Convivio

Good eating and drinking, by definition. Italians are great sticklers for doing things properly and there almost seems to be a shared consciousness when it comes to knowing what should and should not be done. Cuisine: Italian
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Joe’s Restaurant

Joe’s Restaurant is a secluded nook in Draycott Avenue in an area which would have been perfect for attracting Cuisine: Modern European
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Mju

Every now and again you visit a restaurant that’s so on top of its game, you wonder why the Michelin panel haven’t been throwing stars at it... Cuisine: Japanese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Mju

The Millennium Hotel holds a dear memory for me. It was here (or at the Chelsea Holiday Inn as it was then called) that I spotted my first celebrity, Brian Ferry, languidly sipping cocktails at the bar.... Cuisine: Japanese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Mju

Every now and again you come across a restaurant that’s so on top of its game, you wonder why the Michelin Cuisine: Japanese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Thai cuisine without a lofty price tag

Blue Lagoon, located on fashionable Kensington High Street, offers delicious Thai cuisine without a lofty price tag. Cuisine: Thai
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - The Belvedere

In terms of location, Marco Pierre White’s The Belvedere has the edge on just about all of London. Set in the corner of Holland Park surrounded by greenery and with its bright, spacious interior, it’s very “country house....... Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - The Big Easy

As the name suggests, The Big Easy is an American-style restaurant. The setting’s a little unlikely – the former heart of Swinging London – but what the hell. We’re international these days… Cuisine: American
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - The Capital

Chavot at The Capital – London’s rising new two-star. Eric Chavot has held a Michelin star in each of his two previous restaurants, Interlude de Chavot and Chavot, but even in the early days of his starred career he seemed destined for higher rankings.. Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - The House

The House of rus in urbe Cuisine: Modern European
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Tugga

Like the England football team, my knowledge of Portuguese is limited. If pushed, I’d guess it revolved around salt cod, chicken and would maybe have tried to pass off my single visit to the Lisboa Cuisine: Portuguese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea



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