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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

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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 - The Well

Watching the world go by from The Well. Clerkenwell is the spiritual home of the gastropub as we know it, with the first being The Eagle and The Peasant along the way. The latest, The Well, has taken on board the hallmarks of this style of eating out, popular for a sense of relaxed, contemporary cooking... Cuisine: International
Area: Square Mile

Review - The White House

I don’t think we’re in Clapham anymore, Toto. Walking through the doors of The White House puts me in mind of The Wizard of Oz. Cuisine: Modern British
Area: South London

Review - Thirty Six by Nigel Mendham

London areas rarely come more exclusive than in and around St James’s with its high-end shops, desirable apartments Cuisine: Modern European
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Tobia

Just off the Finchley Road you will find a completely different culinary experience in Tobia, a restaurant that offers a taste of Ethiopian cuisine and culture. It’s located on the first floor of an otherwise Cuisine: Ethiopian/Eritrean
Area: North London

Review - Tsunami

I've eaten lots of dinners in the line of duty (along with the odd breakfast and lunch), but it's a rare thing to be inundated by a tidal wave of such extraordinary cooking talent as you'll find at Tsunami. It must be pointed...... Cuisine: Japanese
Area: South London

Review - Tugga

Like the England football team, my knowledge of Portuguese is limited. If pushed, I’d guess it revolved around salt cod, chicken and would maybe have tried to pass off my single visit to the Lisboa Cuisine: Portuguese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Tuttons

Location, location, location. So goes the old punchline about property. The rule applies equally to restaurants and Tuttons, the Covent Garden stalwart, must have the best location in London. To the left, the Royal Cuisine: Mediterranean
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Twentyfour Restaurant and Bar

A room with a view Cuisine: Modern European
Area: Square Mile

Review - Utah

Hello, American pie. Every neighbourhood deserves a classy eaterie and in Utah the good folks of Wimbledon have West End style at... Cuisine: American
Area: South London

Review - Utsav

Utsav has horrible décor. It’s the sort of stark white, brightly lit, blue neon place that suggests late night Cuisine: Indian
Area: World

Review - Vama

It’s been a good couple of years for London’s Indian restaurants, with recognition - at last! - from the Michelin panel for this popular cuisine. Both Tamarind and Zaika can now proudly declare a prized Star but – and you can call me a nasty old cynic.... Cuisine: Indian
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - 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. Cuisine: Italian
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Vertigo

Hitchcock would have approved. This is the place for an eagle’s-eye view of the City. See it all laid at your feet while... Cuisine: Spanish
Area: Square Mile

Review - Victoriana

The people behind this new Italian were also the ones behind the City’s well regarded Latium restaurant. No doubting the pedigree then, even though this is very much a local suburban Cuisine: Italian
Area: Surrey

Review - Villandry Bar

New York style all day, every day. Very usefully placed gastro-emporium with restaurant and bar each with their own... Cuisine: Modern European
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Vong

You can’t go wrong at Vong Cuisine: Thai
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Wagamama

Wagamama Restaurant in Harvey Nichols - Knightsbridge Your gastronomic education is sadly lacking if you haven't experienced the adventure of Wagamama... Cuisine: Japanese
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Wagamama

It is nearly a decade since Wagamama first opened in London, bringing the chaotic and uncomfortable world of canteen-style noodle bars to the UK. Cuisine: Japanese
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Wapping Food

Power breakfast, power brunch, lunch and dinner, too. So many banks have been turned into trendy wine bars, there’s even a bank commercial that pokes fun at .... Cuisine: International
Area: City & Docklands

Review - Wheeler

As a child, my family never really went out to restaurants. Neither of my parents were aspiring gourmets, the costs were generally prohibitive and the youngest member of the clan – me – wouldn’t eat anything more than mash and luncheon meat anyway. My experience of restaurants was thus limited to a 70’s TV/film idealised view: a glamorous, slightly formal Cuisine: British
Area: West End & Mayfair



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