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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

The Hart Brothers
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 - Cantina Del Ponte

Bustling is the only cliché to describe Cantina del Ponte. Set within a few hundred meters of LondonBridge, the Italian Cuisine: Italian
Area: South London

Review - Cantina Vinopolis

Chateau South Bank – and not a bottling plant in sight. For anyone who has ever been to a winery in France, Italy, Spain or Portugal, there will be something very familiar about Cantina Vinopolis. Cuisine: Mediterranean
Area: South London

Review - Carluccio

Once a restaurant expands and opens a few branches, one can't help but fear a drop in quality and standards. Will the chef get lazy, abandoning quality for economic success? Cuisine: Italian
Area: City & Docklands

Review - Caviar Kaspia

Tucked away in a cobbled street off Berkeley Square, Caviar Kaspia feels like a well kept secret Cuisine: Modern European
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Cecconi’s

On the prowl for something sexy and Italian. If a puma were magically transmogrified into a restaurant, it would probably look a lot like the newly redesigned Cecconi’s. Dark, sleek, with an insinuation of danger, this old standby... Cuisine: Italian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Chalcot

With no tube station, and loads of windy residential streets, it’s no wonder that Primrose Hill is the current vogue area for London’s thin and beautiful... Cuisine: Italian
Area: Middlesex

Review - Champor-Champor

Champor-Champor means "mix and match" in Malaysian – and there really is no better way to describe this incredible restaurant. From the minute you walk through the door, into an Alladin's cave of colours, fabrics and smells, you are sent off on a magical mystery tour of Asia.
Cuisine: Asian
Area: South London

Review - Charlotte’s Place

There aren’t that many spots in London’s suburbia, where one can find what could be defined as a genuinely good Cuisine: Modern British
Area: West London

Review - Cheers

For all its shortcomings, Cheers has never pretended to be anything more than a cheap and cheerful refuelling point... Cuisine: American
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Cheers

A couple of years ago, Cheers got a tongue-lashing from a couple of well-known publications. At the time it seemed harsh Cuisine: American
Area: West End & Mayfair

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 - Chives

Red Pepper group's Chives breaks Chelsea "Beach" curse. Another in the very successful neighbourhood-based Red Pepper group, taking on the karma of a quasi-cursed site in the busy “beach” stretch of Fulham Road....... Cuisine: Modern European
Area: Fulham & Hammersmith

Review - Chor Bizarre

Don’t steal the furniture! Indian restaurants across London may be shedding traces of Indian-ness, but... Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Chor Bizarre

Forget your Vindaloos and Madrases, the award-winning Chor Bizarre only deals in real Indian food. The name itself is a play on the phrase Chor Bazaar, or Thieves' bazaar and the interior certainly lives up to that hint of exoticism. No effort has been spared on the decor, ensuring that the Chor Bizarre experience is.... Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Chowki

According to the early publicity blurb, a chowki is the raised platform where Indian families traditionally eat. It’s now also the name of Kuldeep “Mela” Singh’s latest venture: homestyle Indian food in the sort of high turnover volume setting made popular by........
Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Chowki

Named after the raised platform where Indian families traditionally eat, Chowki is Kuldeep “Mela” Singh’s answer to the cheap, fast, volume formula of Wagamama et al. Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Christopher's

There’s a slightly faded grandeur to the façade of Christopher’s that belies the efficiency that goes on behind the door. However, that run down charm, the eclectic menu and slightly informal atmosphere makes this place very easy to like. Cuisine: American
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Citrus Restaurant

Situated right between Hyde Park Corner and Green Park, Citrus Restaurant offers Londoners a traditional Italian culinary experience at affordable prices. Cuisine: Italian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Coq d Argent

Conran restaurants have pioneered a look that was new to this country when Quaglino's opened (or should that be re-opened?) Cuisine: French
Area: Square Mile



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