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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 - QUADRATO

It seems it’s a challenge to recreate the experience of real Italian dining in the UK. I am always on the look out for a restaurant that can produce the mouth-watering freshness of real Italian cooking. Cuisine: Italian
Area: City & Docklands

Review - Quod

A restaurant with its art in the right place.Not all parts of London’s West End are created equally. The Haymarket has theatres and cinemas but is a dining-out blackspot. Cuisine: Italian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Rasa Travancore

Close your eyes and think pink when you think of Kerala. Diana Vreeland, the late doyenne of American fashion, once famously said “Pink is the navy blue of India”. Living proof of this is to be seen in at least four locations in London... Cuisine: South Indian - Kerala
Area: North London

Review - Red Rose

Restaurants with an EC postcode come and go like government pledges. I’ve lost track of how many evening visits I’ve taken to sparsely occupied City eateries where some bewildered staff member tells me “it’s really buzzing at lunchtimes”. Cuisine: Indian
Area: Square Mile

Review - Refettorio

Stepping through from the hotel lobby, Refettorio is a warm and welcoming. It’s achingly stylish, yet it becomes clear, within seconds, that this is not a victory of style over substance. This is all about the food and the drink. Cuisine: Italian
Area: Square Mile

Review - Ristoranta La Spezia

Off and on the beaten track with old age, wrinkles and railway arches. There is a wonderful scene in Woody Allen’s film, Annie Hall, of a house underneath the roller coaster in Coney Island that shook every time the roller coaster went overhead... Cuisine: South Indian - Kerala
Area: North London

Review - River Spice

Do not expect river views at River Spice. Do, however, expect excellent food at an excellent price. Cuisine: Indian
Area: City & Docklands

Review - River Walk

Looks like The Oxo Tower isn’t the only good restaurant on the South Bank. Located on the second floor of the famous building, River Walk boasts similar stunning views and excellent – and reasonably priced – food. Cuisine: Mediterranean
Area: South London

Review - River Walk

There's no doubt that the Oxo Tower ought to be the ideal venue for an
aspiring new restaurant. Stunning views, a landmark piece of real estate,
and convenient access for the hungry hordes....
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Area: South London

Review - Roadhouse

The Maxwell’s Group, as regular readers of the site will be aware, is one of London’s most stalwart "give-the-public-what-they-want" chains. Their burger/steaks/chicken heavy menus are hugely reliable and excellent value. However.. Cuisine: American
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Rosa’s Carnaby

Carnaby Street has an age old hustle and bustle about it, which gives it its own unique character. In recent years, it’s also been a spot Cuisine: Thai
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Royal Couscous House

Holloway Road is probably not the place you expect to find a good Morroccan restaurant - least of all one that doesn?t serve up kebabs while-you-wait. Luckily for local residents though, the Royal Couscous House is just.... Cuisine: North African
Area: North London

Review - Rules

With a pedigree dating back to 1798, and such clients as Charles Dickens and John Betjeman, it's not surprising that the current owner of Rules, John Mayhew, has sought to continue a winning formula. The intention has always been to provide "traditional food" at affordable prices Cuisine: British
Area: London

Review - Sardo

A different Italian accent heard in Fitzrovia!!There are hundreds and hundreds of Italian restaurants in London, thousands if you count all the pizza places as Italian (which I don’t). Most of them have menus that are too depressingly familiar and joyless...... Cuisine: Italian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Sarkhel’s

Across India in a menu Cuisine: Indian
Area: South London

Review - Searcy’s

A star is born at the Barbican. “You’re gonna go out there a nobody but you’re gonna to come back a star,” is the line from A Star is Born well known to every aspiring actor... Cuisine: British
Area: Square Mile

Review - Sheba

Sheba is a nondescript restaurant located at the top of Brick Lane’s parade of curry houses. Its name Cuisine: Indian
Area: East London

Review - Sheba Brick Lane

Nestled into London’s curry capital on Brick Lane, Sheba Brick Lane offers incredible Indian cuisine in a cozy venue. Cuisine: Indian
Area: East London

Review - Shi Hon Mei


To see, to smell, to taste – Chinese addition to Cuisines Collection
Cuisine: Chinese
Area: South London

Review - Shillibeers

Caledonian Road is Islington’s Coronary Mile, a great big homage to kebabs, chips and fried chicken. Cuisine: Modern British
Area: North London



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