Restaurant Reviews

Little Kolkata, Covent Garden

28/08/2019 by .

When two close friends from Kolkata (or Calcutta as we call it in the West) decide to work together, that alone is a tough enough test of friendship.

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Orient London, Chinatown

Orient London offers up fresh and authentic Chinese dishes from comforting mainstays for the majority of us to an opportunity for diners feeling the need to delve deeper into the unusual and exotic.

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The Corner House, Minster

For what looks like an unassuming little restaurant in the depths of the Thanet hinterland, The Corner House in Minster has garnered a great deal of attention over the past five years.

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Uformel Restaurant, Copenhagen

The Uformel chefs have seen the world, smelt the truffles, tasted the sun-dried tomatoes and even sprinkled pepper on their dishes

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L’Ortolan Restaurant, Shinfield, Reading

When a restaurant has its own official road signage just off the M4, you know it must be a little bit special. It gets even better when you realise this listed 19th-century country house, a former vicarage and private school, is literally seeped in 41 years of culinary history.

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Gilbey’s Restaurant & Townhouse, Eton

Here’s the great thing about restaurants with rooms; once you’ve navigated through the food and wine you’re simply a staircase away from a bed.  And in Gilbey’s case, the bed in question is a very welcome Extra King with deep filled mattress.

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Compleat Angler Hotel, Marlow   

Compleat Angler has been synonymous with day trips to the Thames for a lifetime and achieved a new measure of fame becoming the first restaurant outside London dined in by the Queen.

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