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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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TEL: 0845 345 1727
72 Regent Street

For all its shortcomings, Cheers has never pretended to be anything more than a cheap and cheerful refuelling point. It might not be a place where everybody knows your name but it’s always been a place where everybody knew you could get cheap, unfussy food of the burgers and wings variety.

Since it first opened though, steady improvements have been made, particularly in terms of presentation and the cooking. And all for surprisingly little: I rolled in with two companions – both male, both hungry – and then rolled out a couple of hours later, satisfied, pleasantly buzzy and £60 lighter. Let me say that again. £60. For three. Including beers. And a steak.

The meal was pure comfort eating, from Deep Fried Potato Skins (£5.95) which oozed cheese, bacon, sour cream, spring onions, calories, jalapenos, etc., Garlic & Herb Bread (£2.95) oozed butter and flavour in roughly equal measure.

So far, so dependable. “I’m having a steak,” announced one of the party. “If they can’t get a steak right, then they have no right to be in the restaurant business.” Happily, the tender and tasty Grilled Scotch Rib Eye allayed any doubts as to Cheers’ right to exist. Herb Grilled Chicken and Bangers and Mash were of similar solid quality, vast but surprisingly well presented – think nouvelle design with American portions.

So, hardly the stuff of Le Manoir Aux Quat’ Saisons but as unpretentious, cheap and cheerful goes, you could do much, much worse.