Middle Eastern · Rack of Lamb

Ramadan Series – Middle Eastern

  Kick –starting our Middle Eastern inspired Ramadan recipe series with this Harissa Rack of Lamb with Vermicelli rice. Ingredients (serves 2): 500g Rack of Lamb 2 cup Rice (preferably basmati rice) ½ cup Broken vermicelli pasta 2- 2 ½ cup chicken stock 3tb Butter 3tb Harissa paste 1tb Natural yoghurt Salt and Pepper, as… Continue reading Ramadan Series – Middle Eastern

recipes

Date Truffles

These healthy alternatives to chocolate truffles are so tasty and guilt free you won’t be able to stop at one. Did we also mention they take no time at all to make.  Pistachio Coated Date Truffles (makes approx. 16): Ingredients: 500g Beloved Date paste 100g crushed pistachio (set aside 50g for the cream cheese filling)… Continue reading Date Truffles

Bib Gourmand · Contemporary Indian · Fine Dining

Indian Essence

Introduction What do you get when you combine twice Michelin Star and celebrity chef Atul Kochhar with Jitindar Singh, who has worked in some of the finest hotel groups in India? You get a sure-fire recipe for success. Many classic duos such as Abbott and Costello, and Morecambe and Wise have brought tremendous joy to the world, and this same… Continue reading Indian Essence

Fine Dining · Middle Eastern · Modern European

Chriskitch

Introduction Chriskitch is the brainchild and second restaurant of Australian chef Christian Honor, whose career of over 20 years has seen him work with a deluge of world class chefs, such as Gordon Ramsey. Chef Chris has also worked in some of the world’s most illustrious establishments, from Burj Al Arab to the Dorchester. It is safe… Continue reading Chriskitch

Contemporary Indian · Fine Dining

Lotus

About The Restaurant Lotus is a fine-dining restaurant headed up by Bashkar Banerjee, who has been associated with a number of award winning restaurant brands, and a team of Chefs who have worked at some of the finest hotels in India. Named after India’s national flower, Lotus is a blossoming flower blooming in the heart of… Continue reading Lotus

Steak

HS&Co.

Introduction As halal consumers, for decades we have yearned to enjoy the same gastronomical delights as our non-Muslim counterparts, but unfortunately our choices had always been restricted to only a finite number of cuisines. With the rise in Muslim diners, more and more diverse restaurants have started to serve halal options. However, not all establishments are offering an authentic Western… Continue reading HS&Co.

Contemporary Indian · Fine Dining · Indian

Benares Restaurant & Bar

London is renowned for being one of the most diverse and exciting restaurant capitals in the world, with new and electrifying food trends continuously taking the city by storm, culinary hotspots in areas that were once not notable for good cuisine and of course celebrity chefs. With such an abundance of choice, one restaurant still remains a… Continue reading Benares Restaurant & Bar

Chinese · Noodles · Pan Asian

Tang – London Noodle Bar

The phrase “hidden gem” gets bandied around quite frequently, but it is an idiom that quite literally befits Tang restaurant, which specialises in traditional South East Asian cuisine. Situated near Tottenham Court Road, the venue is so inconspicuous that “Finding Nemo” was a cakewalk in comparison to locating the restaurant. However, when you finally do discover Tang, you will be immersed with… Continue reading Tang – London Noodle Bar

Indian

Salaam Namaste

With the welcomed rise in contemporary and street food style hip Indian restaurants, the archetypal curry house is becoming less of an attraction to food adventurers. My personal discontent with clichéd Indian restaurants are that the subtle regional flavours are usually absent, the cuisine is predominantly designed to appease a Western palate, the food is often pre-prepared and the dishes… Continue reading Salaam Namaste

Contemporary Indian

Cinnamon Bazaar

London has a cornucopia of Indian restaurants, from high-end fine dining establishments to archetypal curry houses. However, fine dining restaurants are not always so kind to the wallet and curry houses tend to be quite prosaic. So the recent trend of Indian eateries that are homogenising casual dining with a contemporary approach has been hugely popular and in great demand.… Continue reading Cinnamon Bazaar