Posted in Cocktails Curry Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Marylebone Sri Lankan

Hoppers – St Christophers Place. The ring sting is worth it…

Hoppers is a Soho success story with a not so secret weapon of serving up bowl shaped pancakes made from…

Posted in City Curry Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Open Kitchen Steak

Temper City Review… there are dangling lacquered skinned birds smoking above the fire and huge slabs of prime ribs on the griddle.

Temper City opens in the summer for 2017 to a bring a curry and gin themed night out to the…

Posted in Craft beer/ales Curry Glasgow Good for dates Good for Groups Indian Informal

Mother India Review – Glasgow – Where Bourdain Ate

Indian food is one of the world’s most popular cuisines, it’s available everywhere from your local takeaway, supermarket, nearest and…

Posted in Craft beer/ales Curry Indian Informal No bookings Spitalfields

Gunpowder Review – Revisited

Indian food from what I know of it has come a long way from the neon coloured curries, poppadoms and…

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Coco Ichibanya Review and Chee Kei Wonton’s for dersert..

People in Hong Kong love to shop, it’s where most spend their hard earned, they need a good feed. This…

Posted in Cash only Cheap Eats Curry Indian Informal Singapore

Samy’s Curry – it’s a Singaporean institution

Samy’s Curry was founded by Mr M.Veerasamy who helped pioneer North and South Indian cuisine in Singapore specialising in fish…

Posted in Cash only Cheap Eats Curry Indian Open Kitchen Singapore

Al Afrose – Singapore – 5am post cocktail curry sweats

It was 5am local time and with a skinful of booze, Al Afrose seemed like the mothership for the alcoholically…

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Rasjasthan III – (Review) – Houndsditch

I would describe the Rajasthan III as an old school curry house trapped in a bygone era of when a choice…

Posted in Cheap Eats Cocktails Counter Dining Curry Indian Informal No bookings Soho Sri Lankan

Hoppers – Revisited (Soho) To all the queue haters, it’s actually worth the wait!

During my first visit to Hoppers just before Christmas 2015 I queued for 30 minutes at 11.30am before their doors opened at…

Posted in Curry East End Indian Informal No bookings Spitalfields

Gunpowder – Review (Spitalfields) My 3 visits – the chops are king

I’m not sure about everyone else, but when I think about curry (*British word sigh*) in the East End, my…