Posts Tagged ‘Restaurants’

Plum valley

Seems to me I have found another really good chinese restaurant, this time is a cool/trendy/chic place where to eat some delicious dim sum and what not. The menu is not huge because it is done properly, you can tell it has done in place rather than frozen, you can tell the flavours are still there, a nice surprise in the core of china-town which is probably the tackiest area in london.


Le Comptoir du Relais

A bistrot you really need to visit in Paris, not only is the coolest bistrot I have ever seen, it is a great location, they have even though about the crappy winters in Paris and provide blankets so you can sit outside in a civilized way, brilliant.


Ryoko’s

Few times you can have such a cool experience and this little restaurant is all about cool, or isn’t it? Well, at the beginning you just know you are in a cool place, the nice vibe, the people look good, there is this music and if you dare to look there is a DJ playing it and then all the waiters/waitresses are all young and hip and you feel like the fat bastard has been unleashed (yourself of course).


Cambio de tercio

I must say when a friend of mind recommended me to go to Cambio de Tercio his glowing comments made me question it from the very start of the journey. Thanks God I managed to find the time because honestly the whole experience was superb.


Busaba

This is an interpretation of a Thai restaurant for the European taste, very nice and casual, beautiful design and correct food served really fast. Quite a bit of noise and long queues but worth it for the price in central Soho, so if you are wondering arround this is a nice place to go.


Sakura

I was surprised when a friend of mine took me to this little shady restaurant claiming i will love it. Clearly he knows me because it was fantastic. Not only the food is exceptionally good and the way is prepared too but the price is just incredibly good. The service is the oriental tradition so don’t expect any niceties like the ones you will find in other “better” restaurants.


Koi

Koi is one of those fantastic restaurants with great service, great vibe and fabulous food priced accordingly of course.


Galicia

Just from the moment you open the shady door you realize you are traveling to Spain, a true bar restaurant with all the good and bad things you can imagine.


Giorgio Baldi

Not only the environment is very close to that of the italian coast, the food menu and its non pretentious style does surprise as the dishes unfold, perfectly cooked pasta as you may expect and european size dishes to enjoy food rather than being stuffed like a chicken.


Sketch

This is one of those restaurants that you either love or hate, perfect the first time because it is truly an experience but i will let you decide if it is okay for you or not.