Restaurant Reviews

L’Ortolan Restaurant, Shinfield, Reading

18/07/2019 by .

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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Tate Britain Restaurant

From the pickled herring of his native Holland to the ham hock of his years in Kent chef Alfio Laudani’s Van Gogh-related menu at Tate Britain has them all.

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 Kahani Restaurant. Belgravia

You start the night in Belgravia, descend into a vision of 1970‘s Parisian chic, but when you tuck into the food at Kahani you are transported to the Indian subcontinent with food reminiscent of the finest offerings of Delhi and Mumbai.

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Eating Algarve, Portugal

More famous for its sun sand and golf courses in the UK, the Algarve has a rich culinary history with diverse influences from its former occupiers.

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Plate Restaurant, London

Plate Restaurant has been created by chef Arnaud Stevens whose pedigree includes Sixtyone and The Gherkin.

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Rutz Weinbar and Restaurant, Berlin

The star of the show is a gastronomic restaurant upstairs which has won chef Marco Muller two Michelin stars.

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Farzi Café, London

Farzi Café calls itself a modern Indian bistro and arrives in London following nine branches in India and one in Dubai.

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