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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 - Sugar Hut

Starting with a positive – a theme that won’t last, sadly - Sugar Hut is a very pleasant surprise. It’s located at the Fulham tip of North End Road behind a very austere front. Unless you’re looking for it, you probably won’t notice it. Even if you are looking for it, you might need talking in – as did my dining companion Cuisine: Thai
Area: South London

Review - Sumosan

I first visited Sumosan around three years ago when it opened. At the time, it seemed a bold move to launch this sort of place a relatively...... Cuisine: Japanese
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Sumplace

Clichés are the bane of any journalist's life. So you can imagine my concern at having to review a dim sum restaurant called Sumplace. Would the restaurant be as painful as its namesake?............................. Cuisine: Asian
Area: Central London

Review - Texas Embassy

There’s a lot of history at 1 Cockspur Street. In 1836, General Houston routed the Mexicans and, on April 21, he secured independence for Texas. As... Cuisine: Mexican
Area: West End & Mayfair

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 - Thai Square

You wouldn't know it, but this longstanding Soho outpost is part of the Thai Square Thai restaurant chain. Cuisine: Thai
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - The Aquarium


A seafood surprise in St Katherine's Dock for those determined enough to find it...
Cuisine: Fish & Seafood
Area: City & Docklands

Review - The Belvedere

In terms of location, Marco Pierre White’s The Belvedere has the edge on just about all of London’s eateries... Cuisine: Modern European
Area: Fulham & Hammersmith

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 Brilliant

If a restaurant’s been putting both bums on seats for three decades as well as supporting a stellar reputation then it’s all too easy to become complacent. Brilliant is an Indian which was certainly on the verge of acquiring such a label had it not been for a newly..... Cuisine: Indian
Area: Middlesex

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 Carlyle Restaurant

The Carlyle Restaurant is basically the answer to the question - what happens when Cuisine: French
Area: New York

Review - The Charles Lamb

If by now London’s become a hotbed of classy gastropubs, the good news is that there is no end to this burgeoning trend with Charles Lamb Cuisine: British
Area: North London

Review - The Cider House

The Cider House rules OK !!.
This charming little place has nothing to do with John Irving’s book, nor the film of the same name. It happens to be in what was actually a cider house.....
Cuisine: Lebanese
Area: West London

Review - The Cinnamon Club

Many believe there is no such thing as coincidence in the universe. It certainly is no coincidence that The Cinnamon Club opened in the year when Indian restaurants first received stars in the Michelin Guide... Cuisine: Indian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - The Dorchester Grill Room

A re-invigorated classic.The Dorchester’s new executive chef, Henry Brosi, has turned his attention to this classic of... Cuisine: British
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - The Dove Inn

30 miles from London, as the dove flies. So often, the most bucolic of names are attached to the most awful of places, but I can promise you The Dove Inn on Plum Pudding Lane is the stuff idealised Sunday lunches are made of....... Cuisine: Japanese/Korean
Area: Kent

Review - The Durell Arms

The advent of gastropubs has given a new lease of life to many an old Victorian pub’s interior and Cuisine: Modern European
Area: United Kingdom

Review - The Ebury

The gastropub movement was, initially, brilliant. Then too many places decided that by switching the malt vinegar for balsamic and filling a room with stripped pine furniture means they can now charge £9 for very average bangers and mash... Cuisine: Modern European
Area: South London



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