Restaurants/Bars in London
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In the markets of Mexico, you can eat at anytime of the day. There is no formality, with dishes arriving as they are cooked, and diners being served as soon as a space is found for them to sit. Wahaca is the same: Don't worry about booking...We believe that you should be able to eat whenever you want.
India's answer to Heston Blumenthal is launching London's first butter and cream-free curry restaurant. Dr Kartar Lalvani is emulating the three Michelin-starred chef with his own version of molecular gastronomy. It is dramatically different from the dairy-based cooking of the average high street Indian restaurant - closer to home-cooking on the sub-continent. No one has done this before in the world, it's unique. What the customer says: Excellent!
Everything is literally garlic! The foods, the drinks and yes even the dessert! Need a good mouthwash for the next day. by Jan 14
London's Oldest Restaurant House Aperitifs £12.95 The Rules... Tanqueray Ten, Dubonnet & Vintage Cremant £13.95 Kate Middleton's "Royal 29" Sipsmith, Pinky Vodka, Lillet, Crystallised Violets & Rose Petals £12.95 The Naughty Grouse...