Wahaca calls itself Mexican market eating. This restaurant is located below street level. It all looks bright with a turquoise colour theme, wood panelling and bare concrete walls.
Richoux had a French feel to it with it dark wood decor, deep reds and green seating. This is slightly strange as it describes itself as “the home of traditional English food”. It reminded me a little of Cafe Rouge.
Masala Zone has quite an extensive menu with food that they say represents different regions of India. The food on the menu ranges from street food snacks, grills, noodles, curries and thalis. So quite a lot to choose from and there is something for everyone.
If you want some good Italian food, then you can never fail with Zizzi. It’s even better now that they have added some new items to their menu. One of the new additions is the pizzettes. These are three mini pizzas with the following toppings: tomato and pesto, cheese and caramelised onions, peppers and goat’s cheese. The pizzettes are definitely a winner of a starter.
Tucked away in one of the side streets behind the busy Upper Street in Angel, is this fantastic noodle and dumpling bar. It’s nothing short of great fresh tasting food. I really liked the simplicity of New Culture Revolution.
So, as promised we went back to the newly refurbished BFI Cafe. The original review from August 2008 can be seen here:
Yo Sushi is one of those places that I have seen all over the city but never managed to make a visit to it, that is until now. All of the seating is around the conveyor belt with the various dishes going round. You can also order individual hot dishes from the menu. The staff were friendly and helpful.
When a friend of mine suggested going to an Ethiopian restaurant for a dinner get together, I realised that I knew absolutely nothing about Ethiopian cuisine. But I trusted my friend’s opinion, who told me that the food is “yummy”!
If you’re looking for reasonably priced traditionally cooked food served in a warm friendly atmosphere, then Bar 163 in Egham should fit the bill. The exterior of the building looks very Victorian to me, while inside you’ve got a good mix of antique and modern furnishing. A strange choice of combination, but it really does go well together.
The bright orange decor and the big wall sized pictures are striking when you go to Giraffe. The atmosphere was very warm and welcoming. It was great that the staff took the time to recommend dishes.
Tootsies had a nice selection of food on the menu ranging from salads, sandwiches, burgers to grills, so we thought that it would be a good place to go to. Initial impressions were that the staff were friendly and it seemed like quite a relaxed eatery. The soup of the day that we had was…
The entrance to Victoria Tearooms is shared with a bakery so you have to go down the spiral stairs to get to the actual tearooms. Once down there, it opens out into two rooms with a stone floor. The walls are decorated with old photographs and posters. It was a joy to look at all…