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For me, dim sum is all about the steamed items and you have a plethora of choices here whether you are a meat-lover, seafood-lover or a vegetarian. One of my personal favourites is the black prawn dumpling.
The highlight here is really the main courses and there is so much variety to choose from whether it is a bao burger, a curry rice dish or the ever popular pho or vermicelli noodle bowls.
I sampled a variety of main courses from the hibachi steak and chicken to the black cod and can safely report they were all universally well-executed, delicately marinated and never overcooked.
They've also made giant steps in recent years to cater for the increasing vegetarian market, hence you see most of the stir-fry dishes have a vegetables & tofu option along with dedicated vegetarian choices like the signature Rosa's butternut red curry.
Being a diagnosed seafood addict, I couldn't resist ordering the sushi sister. It came with all the sashimi you could ever dream of and more: seared salmon, scallops, mackerel, tuna, sea bass with truffle oil, daikon with shrimp.
Over the years, I've tried various pasta options and they've never disappointed. If you order something along the lines of fusilli, they are always great at soaking up all the inviting tomato or mushroom pasta sauces.
All the classic Indian street food you would expect are present: we opted for the crowdpleaser, Panipuri wala, which are crispy wheat shells infused with chilled tamarind flavoured water.
Zia Lucia is all about the pizza. They are baked in hand-crafted, wood-fired ovens imported directly from Naples and called lovingly, Dante and Wally.
Starters were elegantly presented such as grilled Iberian chorizo with carefully placed dots of rocket mayo, which was imbued with rich, savoury notes.
Baba G's, the 'Bhangra Burger' restaurant that got funding on the BBC TV show My Million Pound Menu, is having two Sunday pop-ups at Cabana restaurant in St Giles (near to Covent Garden) on Sunday 10th & 17th February 2019. Tickets are just £30, and that gives you a full tasting menu of their dishes. If you watched the show and wished you could have been at their Manchester pop-up then this is your chance!
Find things to do on the most loved-up day of the year, from stunning panoramic views to Valentine's restaurants, romantic daytime activities to charming after-dark events.
Searching for healthy food in London? You’re in luck. There are loads of protein-packed restaurants across the city catering for those on a calorie-conscious health kick, diet, or detox (as well as those in need of something vegan, vegetarian, coeliac-friendly, dairy-free or paleo-style)
Filth is a 3 month vegan burger pop-up from Gizzi Erskine, now open at 13 Bethnal Green Road (opposite Boxpark), within the Dirty Burger site. It's open daily until the end or March (or so), and features a choice of two burgers (the Pure Filth, and the Seoul), plus a choice of sites and drinks, again all vegan.
I went today, and really liked it. The Pure Filth Burger has a layer of vegan 'American Beer Cheese' which makes the experience a bit like eating a Big Mac, or a Whopper. A good burger for meat eaters, who want to try something vegan!
Pizza East are not new to the food scene, but their delicious pizzas have got to be up there with the very best in London and for an affordable night out – especially after the Christmas and …
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Tamas Pal and friends are holding a six course Hungarian Christmas dinner at the Chamomile Cafe in Belsize Park on Thursday 20th December 2018. Tickets cost just £39 each (or £70 for two), and there is also an option for paired wines at £15 extra per person. Go and enjoy a Central European Christmas!
London's Best Christmas Markets: From local frost fairs to Winter Wonderland's Bavarian Market, there are plenty of atmospheric chalet style stalls to brow
The savoury selections were one of the highlights of the experience, as you do get plenty of varieties compared to the formulaic offering of just finger sandwiches.
The decor is a masterpiece of British elegance with the Grand Divan, their main high-ceilinged dining room being the pièce de résistance.