Restaurant Reviews

Nobelhart & Schmutzig,  Berlin

11/03/2019 by .

The best addresses in the new, reunified Berlin tend to be a well-kept secret.  With no sign above the door, you need faith to accept that within the rundown-looking building to which insider knowledge has brought you lies a happening bar, a cutting-edge boutique….or a Michelin-starred restaurant.

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Romulo Café, London

Compared with dining in the Philippines, the Romulo Café dishes retain the flavours that I remember but are not quite as much in-your-face.

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Zela, London

Right in the heart of London’s Aldwych theatre crowd, Zela London introduces us to “Meppon Cuisine.” A new style of cuisine where Japan meets the Med.

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Palm Beach Casino Restaurant

Something of a rarity to find a Mayfair restaurant that not only offers excellent food but at value for money that is hard to beat.

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Fenwick Arms, Claughton, Lancashire

With a pedigree that is more than 250 years old, the historic and atmospheric Fenwick Arms in Lancashire’s Lune valley has a clichéd old world charm that might be expected.

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Saba’a Restaurant, Al Seef, Dubai

So, Saba’a is more than a restaurant. It is an Arabian Banquet. Like Scheherazade, it tells a thousand and one stories of Arabian life.

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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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