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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

10% Discount with Privilege Card from 11am to 7.30pm
10% Discount with Privilege Card from 11am to 7.30pm
50% off the food bill Monday through to Saturday
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 - Mango Room

Like the fruit after which it is name, the outward appearance of Mango Room was deceptive and gave no hint of the exotic delights inside. Cuisine: Caribbean
Area: North London

Review - Mango Room

The Mango Room is a brightly-decorated Caribbean restaurant in Camden Town whose cheerful interior matches its cooking. Set conveniently Cuisine: Caribbean
Area: North London

Review - Masala Zone

Masala Zone’s aim is to provide the real flavours of India at very, very affordable prices. A good plan, executed greatly... Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Masala Zone

Masala Zone’s aim is to provide the real flavours of India at very, very affordable prices. One mouthful in and you’ll probably agree that they’ve achieved it. Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Mela

All the fun of an Indian fair on Shaftesbury Avenue. The stretch of Shaftesbury Avenue above Cambridge Circus, has been an infernal black spot on the dining out map of the West End...... Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Mela

It’s several years since we first raved about Mela. Time has moved on, we’re looking older… and Mela’s still delivering the goods... Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Mela

It’s always slightly unnerving returning to a restaurant a long time after you gave it a rave review. Will standards have slipped? Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Menier Chocolate Factory

The Menier Chocolate Factory is a former chocolate factory, once owned by a bloke called Menier, funnily enough. It’s a strange hybrid of a place, that’s part bar, part theatre and part restaurant... Cuisine: Modern British
Area: South London

Review - Menier Chocolate Factory

Without wanting to come across as the kind of critic who goes to a restaurant armed with preconceptions.... Cuisine: Modern British
Area: South London

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 - Momo

A little crescent off Regents Street doesn’t seem the obvious place for the little slice of Marrakech that is Momo. Cuisine: Middle East
Area: West London

Review - Montes

Millionaire cooking on a Naked Chef budget Cuisine: Modern European
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Mrs Wong’s Chinese Restaurant

It has to be said that Streatham High Road is one of the dreariest places in all of London. On the surface, Mrs Wong’s fits in with this profile both outside and in. But when food is set in front of you, things begin to change. Dramatically. The cooking is spot on, equal to the best in Chinatown if not slightly better..... Cuisine: Chinese
Area: South London

Review - Nahm

The latest word in fashionable cooking OR the emperor’s new menu Cuisine: Thai
Area: South London

Review - Namaaste Kitchens

Despite being named after a friendly greeting, Namaaste Kitchens has a pretty unwelcoming interior. Its cramped,noisy main dining area Cuisine: Indian
Area: North London

Review - Navajo Joe

Restaurant / bars come and go and are prone to the foibles of the fickle fashionable crowd: a new place opens, they make it their new favourite watering hole... Cuisine: American
Area: London

Review - Navajo Joe

Restaurant / bars come and go. Restaurant / bars can also be the victims of the fickle fashionable crowd: a new place opens, they make it their new favourite watering hole… and then they bugger off as soon as the next new Cuisine: American
Area: London

Review - noble rot

From the outside, the lower case noble rot is also quite low key. I must have walked past it several times - I've certainly spent a few afternoons in the pub opposite - without ever noticing this restaurant and private members’ club. However, while the private members club is achingly trendy (a quick glance at the guest list featured several supermodels and more men called Tarquin than you've ever dreamed possible), the restaurant shouldn't be ignored. Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair



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