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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 - 3 Monkeys

No monkey business here. Looking at the luminous monkeys dancing in the tympanum of this former bank, you would never guess that... Cuisine: South Indian - Kerala
Area: South London

Review - Baltic

I've always had a fondness for Polish cooking, especially when the weather gets colder. But I rarely think of going to an Eastern European restaurant and have foolishly treated it as a bit of a novelty........

Cuisine: Modern Eastern European
Area: South London

Review - Bankside


The bar was doing brisk business but the large dining room was virtually deserted when we arrived in the early evening. That’s not usually a good sign but any alarm bells were quickly dispelled – firstly by the food itself and secondly by the fact that within forty minutes every single table was taken.
Cuisine: Modern British
Area: South London

Review - Bankside

Bankside, the famously recommended restaurant is very able to fill its capacity with happy, satisfied customers. Their secret you say? Good value for money and great food! Cuisine: Modern British
Area: South London

Review - Blubird Dining Room

The Bluebird Dining Room is Tom Conran’s reinvention of part of his father’s empire. Design wise it’s a winner, a great room that reeks of leisurely lunches, business deals, grand passions... Cuisine: Modern European
Area: South London

Review - Bluebird Dining Room

The Bluebird Dining Room is Tom Conran’s sort-of reinvention of one part of his father’s empire, and the public part of the Bluebird Club. Cuisine: Modern European
Area: South London

Review - Boom

Standing out against many of London’s bar/restaurant hybrids, Boom fairs moderately well... Cuisine: Pacific Rim
Area: South London

Review - Café Viva

A cheap but good neighbourhood bistro is a find in any residential area of London, so the inhabitants of Balham can count themselves lucky that Café Viva arrived on the high street earlier this year..... Cuisine: International
Area: South London

Review - Cantina Del Ponte

Bustling is the only cliché to describe Cantina del Ponte. Set within a few hundred meters of LondonBridge, the Italian Cuisine: Italian
Area: South London

Review - Cantina Vinopolis

Chateau South Bank – and not a bottling plant in sight. For anyone who has ever been to a winery in France, Italy, Spain or Portugal, there will be something very familiar about Cantina Vinopolis. Cuisine: Mediterranean
Area: South London

Review - Champor-Champor

Champor-Champor means "mix and match" in Malaysian – and there really is no better way to describe this incredible restaurant. From the minute you walk through the door, into an Alladin's cave of colours, fabrics and smells, you are sent off on a magical mystery tour of Asia.
Cuisine: Asian
Area: South London

Review - Gourmet Burger Kitchen

The Gourmet Burger Kitchen started something of a wave and it’s hard to find a street now that doesn’t contain a high-end burger place... Cuisine: American
Area: South London

Review - Gourmet Burger Kitchen

The restaurant that does what it says on the tin
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Being an ex-pat American, there are times I get cravings for some foods that are identified with the U.S. Good pizza by the slice, proper fried chicken, good ribs and a non-fast-food burger.
Cuisine: American
Area: South London

Review - Hot Stuff

A hot time in Vauxhall. Really endearing local Indian run by husband and wife Abdul and Bele (pronounced Billie) on the... Cuisine: Indian
Area: South London

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 - 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 - Pomino

Pomino is a neighbourhood Italian / Tuscan restaurant in South London. With luck, and a little investment, the idea will soon be rolled out into other neighbourhoods. It’s an unpretentious, relaxed spot serving Cuisine: Italian
Area: South London

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



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