Restaurant Reviews

Saba’a Restaurant, Al Seef, Dubai

21/01/2019 by .

Somehow restaurant seems the wrong word for Saba’a. The place is both a tribute to a disappearing Arabic way of life and a culinary call to arms.

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The Kitchin, Leith

Set in a converted whisky bonded warehouse in Leith, the eponymous Kitchin combines British seasonal cuisine with the techniques of French cooking

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Pomona’s Restaurant & Bar, Notting Hill

They say third time lucky. Ponoma’s is now a neighbourhood restaurant that should be forgiven for any past sins. This is version 3.0 and it’s great.

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The Hide at the Jumeirah Al Qasr

Whilst one of the chefs is cooking the steak that you have selected, you can start piling up your plate.

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The Lebanese Bakery, Covent Garden

Tucking into a deliciously fresh manousheh I found myself staring at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, directly opposite, and thinking what a great position this is for a pre or post-theatre meal.

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Tom, Dick & Harry’s, Loughton

There’s clearly a touch of media savvy in this all day eatery; the mix of vintage and contemporary furnishings are bang on trend as is the bar counter dining

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