Category Archive: Far East Asia

Maximini, Sussex Place

This Jimmy Choo venture is a nicely hidden away restaurant amidst the hustle and bustle of nearby Marble Arch The food: Crispy King Prawn in Wasabi Sauce – this starter was really good, the… Continue reading

Kinkao, Brick Lane

Kinkao A very nice restaurant for authentic halal Thai food. Food 4/5 Service 3/5 Venue 4/5 Value 4/5 SAS 4/5 Overall – 19/25 http://www.kinkao.co.uk 176 Brick Lane London E1 6RU

Tukdin, Paddington

Malay food can be one of the most best comfort food. It’s a fusion of Far East and Indian cuisine. After a couple of recommendations (by our Malay friends) I decided to check… Continue reading

Makan, Portobello Road

If you’ve ever been to Malaysia or Indonesia, then this place will take you back in an instant. From the decor and the way you order food to the actual food itself, you… Continue reading

Penang, Westfield White City

I bumped in to Penang by complete chance when I was looking for something to eat in Westfield’s, Meat & Co was fully booked and Penang was the closest restaurant to it which… Continue reading

Bintang, Camden

I came across Bintang when searching the web for halal pan-Asian restaurants. The Bintang menu seemed to have a lot of variety and the location was in Camden town, so it was easy… Continue reading

Saikei, North Greenwich

MEAT IS NOT HALAL For many years now I have been coming to Saikei (formerly known as Peninsula) for Dim Sum on a Sunday. It is located near to The O2 and it… Continue reading

Cocochan, James Street W1

Ahh Cocochan, you are truly a hidden gem. I have to admit, I’m not really a fan of sushi or any type of undercooked meat/fish! Cocochan is a pan-asian restaurant serving sushi, dim… Continue reading

Neds, Westbourne Grove

When I really fancy some noodles, this place comes to mind. It’s great if you want to takeaway or just fancy a quick easy bite to eat. The food is cooked fresh and… Continue reading

Jimmy’s restaurant and grill, The O2 North Greenwich

So Jimmy’s, it has everything you want in terms of cuisine but the quality isn’t just there. For buffet standards, this isn’t bad at all but when you compare it a proper restaurant,… Continue reading

Banana Tree, Bayswater

This cosy spot is quite popular on the weekends. It’s quite a trendy place but reasonably priced and serves good authentic indochinese food. The Kajang Satay Chicken is one of the best satay… Continue reading

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