If the idea of a vegetarian restaurant conjures up images of dry mungbean burgers, nut cutlets and tables without cloths – then you obviously ... More
If the idea of a vegetarian restaurant conjures up images of dry mungbean burgers, nut cutlets and tables without cloths – then you obviously haven't been to Rasa. The menu features only authentic cuisine from Kerala on India's spice-rich Malabar Coast, and all dishes are served on huge, fresh banana leaves. If you have an adventurous spirit, try the Kerala Feast, an exquisite mix of flavours and textures from across the menu - and the chefs are happy to include any dishes that you fancy. A favourite from the a la carte menu is Moru Kachiathu - sweet mangos and green bananas cooked in yoghurt with green chillies, ginger, and fresh curry leaves. The pickles and chutneys alone are worth the trip. There is also a wide-ranging wine list, and the plush surroundings and welcoming service add to the pleasures of the meal.
Although its logo is the now renowned "@" symbol, this popular business restaurant caters to a decidedly suits only kind
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This discrete, long standing Kensington restaurant is famous for its prix fixe menu and creative food. The food may be
unpretentious but it is also rather expensive. The £44 set four course dinner menu changes daily. From chargrilled lamb ...
Located in London's most prestigious grocery store, Fortnum and Mason, this restaurant pays homage to the Edwardian era. If you're
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