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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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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Max on One. Frankfurt Jumeirah

Recently executive chef, Frank Hartung, has struck out in a different creative and more international direction. A new-take on gastronomic classics is pulling in the punters.

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Kot Nou Restaurant, Mauritius

Kot Nou Restaurant is so close to the Indian Ocean that a crab could crawl up the white-sand beach and straight into the pot at the open-plan kitchen.

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Iron Bloom Restaurant, Shoreditch

Wandering around a buzzing Shoreditch on a Friday night, it’s easy to miss Iron Bloom, thinking that it’s just of many identikit bars that are pumping out music

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The Caxton Grill Re-Visited

Thankfully, as it turned out, the Caxton Grill had returned to its roots; a relaxing informal restaurant with the emphasis firmly centred around its legendary Josper grill.

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Sarona, London

What will drive traffic to Sarona, by far the least showy of the many new Israeli restaurants to open in London in the past year?  For those who know the vibrant dining scene in Tel Aviv, world’s most exciting culinary destination, it’s the credentials of chef Aviv Lavi.

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