Restaurant Reviews

The Grand Trunk Road Restaurant

05/10/2017 by .

The Grand Trunk Road may be one of Asia’s oldest and longest roads at 2,500 kilometres stretching from Kabul in Afghanistan to Chittagong in Bangladesh. But now it has a spur running through London’s leafy South Woodford in the shape of Grand Trunk Road restaurant.

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De Kas Restaurant Amsterdam

Set inside a huge greenhouse surrounded by its own organic nursery, in the Oost neighbourhood of Amsterdam, De Kas is an absolute gem of a restaurant.

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Lorenzo and Kakalamba Restaurant Belgrade

Tucked away in a non-descript side street of Belgrade is an alternate universe. A place where nothing is what it seems to be. A place where you can leave your woes and stresses at the door and enter a world of bohemian bizarre or traditional Tuscan depending on which side of the fence you sit. This then, is the world of Lorenzo & Kakalamba.

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Bluespoon Andaz Amsterdam

Prinsengracht canal is bound to inspire the kind of rarefied culinary experience Bluespoon delivers on the ground floor of the Andaz Amsterdam.

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Wright & Company Detroit

t seems, making a restaurant hard to find is all the rage these days. Signage is so last year. So tucked away above a fancy tailor on the second floor of an 1891 Detroit Queen Anne style building at 1500 Woodward Avenue, Wright & Company is well on trend.

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Amass Restaurant

Amass is the very essence of today’s trending Copenhagen restaurants, serving up inspired local fare in a stripped-back yet sumptuous space deep within a far-flung neighbourhood changing so fast that by 2018 it will be the hottest place to dine in town.

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Kodbyens Fiskebar

Kodbyens Fiskebar proves visitors can find original food in a happening Copenhagen restaurant which doesn’t, like many of those opened by Noma alumnae, cost an arm and a leg.

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