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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 - Afghan Kitchen

Every year, one global cuisine is chosen as the nation’s favourite. Over the last few years, our taste buds have been taken to Japan, Morocco and most of the South-East Asian peninsula. Well, I’m happy to stick my neck out and say that 2002 should be the year of Afghan food. And where do I base this idea? Not on an assessment of the international geo-political situation, but on a visit to the Afghan Kitchen in Islington. Cuisine: Afghan
Area: North London

Review - Almeida

Islington, according to my companion – a resident who, in AA Gill fashion, has gamely offered to be known as The Blonde – has been lacking a good restaurant. Courtesy of Almeida, Sir Terence Conran’s amalgam of French cuisine and North London cool, it’s now got one. Cuisine: French
Area: North London

Review - Arizona

A blackboard proudly claims that Arizona is “Camden’s friendliest hangout”. Cynics might question why it doesn’t refer to itself as a restaurant... Cuisine: American
Area: North London

Review - Arizona

A blackboard on the wall of Arizona proudly claims that the Tex-Mex eaterie is “Camden’s friendliest hangout”. Cynics might question why it doesn’t refer to itself as a restaurant. They’d have a point. On the plus side.......... Cuisine: American
Area: North London

Review - Barracuda

Barracuda serve Thai food of a power and intensity all too rare in London. This is genuinely punchy stuff, served Cuisine: Pacific Rim
Area: North London

Review - Emni

If Upper Street is a spot long over-crowded with restaurants, it’s also never harboured an upmarket Indian restaurant. Emni... Cuisine: Indian
Area: North London

Review - Eriki

Somewhat irritatingly, the entrance of this Indian brings you straight into the large dining room replete with rich dark hues Cuisine: Indian
Area: North London

Review - Flavours

With vast swathes of Asian communities in North West London, it’s no surprise that such enclaves have scores of Indian restaurants Cuisine: Indian
Area: North London

Review - Linnea

Stood at a spot, where, if you blink you’ll miss it, Linnea has nevertheless, got a lot going for it. Cuisine: European
Area: North London

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 - 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 - OQO

The best foodie trend of recent years HAS to be the vogue for world tapas. Variety is indeed the spice of life, and happily, many restaurateurs agree... Cuisine: Asian
Area: North London

Review - OQO

Tucked away in the little bit of Islington that you can, should you have had a few, just about convince yourself is actually Cuisine: Asian
Area: North London

Review - Parlour

Is the Parlour a pub? A gastropub or perhaps just a restaurant? Well, let’s not split hairs and say that Cuisine: British
Area: North London

Review - Phoenix Palace

Chinese New Year is a bit like Christmas. Of course, there are presents, parties and lots of food, but it’s also one of those holidays that defines a whole season and goes on long after the actual day has passed... Cuisine: Chinese
Area: North London

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 - 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 - 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 - 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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