Tag Archives: Indian

June 25

LONDON EATERIES – Authentic Indian street food at Hankies Marble Arch

Nestled inside the Montclam Hotel is Hankies, a traditional tapas style Delhi street food restaurant. Just a stone’s throw from Oxford Street and Marble Arch tube station, you’ll find this modern understated restaurant. Small but intimate surroundings with modern touches throughout the eatery you’ll find yourself swept up with the delights of the exotic. Upon entering, the first thing I noticed was the […]

July 20

LONDON EATERIES – Carom Soho Opens Pop-Up Summer “Spice Garden” at Butler’s Wharf Chop House

Summer in London is a wonderful time. With all those extra hours of daylight, spending more time outside is a must. Popular Pan-Indian restaurant, Carom, has all your outdoor needs sorted. Their second summer pop-up comes after a fire in Wardour Street temporarily shut down their venue in May, but now Carom is back and […]

August 05

Heart London Magazine’s top London eateries

If you are looking for a wonderful place to eat in London that will leave you with wonderful memories and your taste buds wanting more, take a look at Heart London Magazine’s top London eateries.   Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill (Covent Garden) Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill is nestled in the heart of London’s […]

July 10

LONDON EATERIES – Anise – a glorious taste of the streets of India in very London city setting

Anise is the glamorous square mile cocktail bar accompaniment to the well established Cinnamon Kitchen restaurant nestled in the enclave of Devonshire Square, underneath a glorious glass roof that wouldn’t look out of place nurturing the botanical, rather than in this case city bloomers, in Kew gardens.  Having launched a new lunch menu for the […]

July 05

Le Port des Indes Indian cuisine with a touch of French

Having been weaned on curries, I always approach an Indian restaurant with trepidation asking myself what kind of curry will I be served up with this time.  La Porte des Indes was a pleasant surprise. Situated on the outskirts of Portland village and a stones throw away from Marble Arch, it looked like a bijous […]