Introduction The concept of dining out has changed over the decades, as eating out is no longer solely just about the food, but also about the overall experience that a restaurant can offer. We as a nation are more frequently visiting restaurants so to rejoice with friends and family, to celebrate special occasions or to… Continue reading Imperial Lounge and Restaurant
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
Whether you fancy a modern take on Chinese food or luxury sushi/ sashimi, or you are simply a halal food adventurer who is not afraid to push the boundaries with your tastebuds and try something different, Chai Wu is unquestionably somewhere you would want to visit, especially for that special occasion.
Even with halal restaurants becoming more prevalent, it can still be difficult to discover halal eateries that offer something a little out of the ordinary, a certain je ne sais quoi that leaves a lasting impression. Executive Head Chef Ian Pengelley, under the direction of acclaimed restaurateur Eddie Lim have strived to achieve this very feat by offering the… Continue reading Pan Chai
East Street is a Pan Asian restaurant located near Tottenham Court Road, hidden away in a tranquil side road from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street Shoppers. With its vibrant yellow signage, shining so bright and aptly depicting the “Land of the Rising Sun”. The interior is a fusion of the colourful, vibrant street markets of… Continue reading East Street
London’s cosmopolitan population is the reason why it is one of the worlds dining Capital for culinary diversity. For Muslim consumers, the variety of London’s phenomenal food scene has been limited. That is until the past few years, where there has been a surge in the number of new restaurants embracing dietary requirements for Muslim consumers, bringing with… Continue reading Chi Kitchen
Much to our delight, Imperial Lounge was a serendipitous encounter. Located in Croydon, it is set within the site of London’s first major airport. The name Imperial Lounge was derived from Imperial Airways, which was the first international airline to fly from London to India. With the site’s rich history, Imperial Lounge offers contemporary Indo-Chinese cuisine… Continue reading Imperial Lounge and Restaurant
Leong’s Legend in China Town serves mainly Taiwainese food alongside Dim Sum dishes. The meat here is not halal. However there are plenty of seafood options. The interior is reminiscent of an old teahouse with dark wood panelling and simple understated wooden seating. Shown below is the Prawn Dumplings and Fillet Seabass Cheong Fun. Both… Continue reading Leong’s Legend