Al Afrose – Singapore – 5am post cocktail curry sweats

It was 5am local time and with a skinful of booze Al Afrose was the mothership for the alcoholically impaired, we needed something so bad to soak up all the bad we did. Al Afrose is typically Indian with an array of thosai’s, parata’s, chappathi’s…

Rasjasthan III – (Review) – Houndsditch

I would describe the Rajasthan III as an old school curry house trapped in a bygone era of when choice of Indian restaurants were few. The white table cloths, patterned carpet and rickety decor is something you might associate with your neighbourhood curry house which you…

Hoppers London – Review (Soho) The best Curry in Soho?

Hoppers London opened on the 28th of October 2015 replacing Koya (who were famed for cooking fresh udon noodles) by none other than the Sethi siblings Karam, Jyotin and Sunaina. Maybe you know already, if you don’t there is a mention in my Bao London that they are…

Tamarind – Review (Mayfair)

Tamarind  has been operating since 1995 and when I heard it was the first fine dining Indian restaurant in the world to win a Michelin star, I couldn’t wait to try it with my gastro gangster compatriots and we secured our booking on a cold January…