Restaurant Reviews

ANGLO@TRADE revisited

11/03/2020 by .

The last time I reviewed ANGLO@TRADE I raved about it. I loved the concept of a private members club exclusively for the hospitality trade, opening its doors to the public for dinner on Saturday nights.

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Raj of Islington, London

This was an absolute belter of a meal. With the soothing jazz, the sophisticated contemporary setting, the tip-top service and Salim Sheikh’s top-notch cooking, Raj of Islington is a stand out newcomer to Holloway Road.

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Thackeray’s  Restaurant, Tunbridge Wells

Thackeray’s Honesty menu is a bit risky for the house because of the considerable investment in presentation as well as the preparation of special dishes not on the regular menu.

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Kahani Indian Restaurant, Chelsea

Tamarind may well have its Michelin star, but Peter Joseph’s Kahani, already with 2 AA rosettes, will not have to wait very long for its own Michelin accolade.  A truly memorable Indian dining experience.

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Bustronome Voyage Gourmand, London

We had just rounded Trafalgar Square when the cheese was triumphantly delivered. A brie with a very tasty pear cooked in balsamic vinegar.

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Hans’ Bar & Grill, Chelsea

In a welcome nod to old fashioned fine-dining theatre, Enrico carved the chateaubriand tableside, plating it with loving care alongside a grilled portobello mushroom and a generous square of crispy dauphinoise potato.

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