Tag Archive: restaurants

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

Nabrasa, Uxbridge

After much hype about Brasilian Barbecue, I decided to take my family out for dinner. I’ve heard mixed feelings about this place and as the least carnivorous member of the SAS team, I… Continue reading

Kish, Kilburn

After burgers, burgers and some more burgers, it was time to go and enjoy something different (yet just as meaty) and what better than Persian cuisine! Known for big portions and reasonable prices,… Continue reading

Las Iguanas, Stratford

This place has a special place in my heart because it’s comfort food and it’s not a burger! We’ve been here on numerous occasions but since I’d been a while ago, they’d changed… Continue reading

Royal Nawaab London, Perivale

Being a resident of south east London, this restaurant was somewhat of a mission to get to. Oh what lengths the S&S team go to, to provide you, our readers, with the most… Continue reading

Cinnamon Soho, Oxford Circus

Now I’m a sucker for afternoon tea, I mean who isn’t? I’ve got a huge list of afternoon tea experiences that I am slowly ploughing through, I just can’t get enough! I get through about 5… 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

Meat And Shake, Tooting

Meat And Shake is located very close to Tooting bec station, which is a lot closer to me than Uxbridge for Red Iron Burgers. I was told Meat And Shake serves burgers which… Continue reading

Red Iron Burgers, Uxbridge

Red Iron Burgers received much praise from many people I know, as it is located in the complete opposite side of London to where I live, I really hoped it would live up… Continue reading

Vantra, Tottenham Court Road

This place is halal but it is also vegan! Loving my vegetables and all things healthy, this place is a little hidden jewel. When he told me he was brewing my camomile tea,… Continue reading

Mexican Grille, Stepney Green

One thing you have to say about this place is, you cannot take out the Asian from any East London So this place has accrued quite a bit of hype if I may… Continue reading

Alounak, Bayswater

So, Alounak. This is an old time favourite. Alounak serves quite simple but good quality Iranian food. For its easy location, reasonable-ish price and quality this is definitely worth a try. There are… 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

Behesht, Harrow Road

I see Behesht as like the Tayyabs of Iranian food and I have eaten here on several occasions. Upon entering you will see a huge tandoor a lot of Iranian art work, small… Continue reading

Burger and Lobster (not halal)

Burger & Lobster… firstly, THIS PLACE IS NOT HALAL but Salt here likes her lobster. What can we say about you? Well, we can’t really have the burger but the lobster is quite… Continue reading

Maedah Grill, Whitechapel

A place close to my heart, located just behind the East London Mosque: Maedah Grill. So basically, I had a day long craving for Iskender, a famous turkish dish which is basically doner… Continue reading

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