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by m 18 years ago

Please recommend restaurants for Dover sole in February. Thanx.

any advice about The Cow (London) or other romantic spot w/good food, wine?

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by magnolia 18 years ago

Am taking someone who is very picky about food and wine out for their birthday. Made a reservation at The Cow because it's one of the *very few* places he hasn't been! But someone has advised that ...

New Updates: Ethiopian and Big Dog's London Report

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by Harrison 18 years ago

Hello, Everyone We've added two reports over the weekend that are of international interest. 1. Jim Dorsch's wonderful Ethiopian report (with insider information on native foods and drinks...p...

Salt House Restaurant (London) - beware of bad Sunday service- my pet peeve

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by magnolia 18 years ago

I've been to Salt House on Abbey Road a few times and have really liked it! It's a pretty, friendly gastro pub; the food and wine list are good and decently priced, and the atmosphere is really cas...

Six:13 gourmet kosher restaurant in London

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by magnolia 18 years ago

see my post on the International Board for more details...

Two superb places in London

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by Simon Majumdar 19 years ago

I would just like to recommend two places to those of you who do not know London and those of you who never venture east a) The Real Greek in Hoxton Market - a modern Greek ( yes you heard right ...

Chowhounding in 'greater London' - i.e. Surbiton & environs

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by magnolia 18 years ago

I'm helping a friend paint his house (inside, thank you very much) this weekend and will be rewarded with dinner. Here's my chance to do some chowhounding in what I'd refer to as 'the burbs'. ...

Non Destinational Places in London

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by Simon Majumdar 18 years ago

Much like Frasier and Niles, the thought of going to the sort of place where you don't even need a reservation fills me with horror and not a little disgust. This is not snobbery I hasten to add, ...

Big Dog's London Report - Myth or Reality

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by Simon Majumdar 18 years ago

we demand the right to see Big Dog's London report If it is a good report, it might finally make Howler accept he is living in God's own land. If it is not a good report, it will give me the ch...

looking for quiet + decent wine list in SW London

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by howler 18 years ago

looking for a quiet, shadowy place - but the emphasis is on intrigue, not seduction. plus a good wine list, decent food, unobtrusive service. any thoughts?

Waterloo & South Bank (London)

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by Alex 18 years ago

HELP My company has moved its office to York Road, just behind the Eurostar terminal... and my stomach is lost here. I'm looking for GOOD lunch places and have found within lunching distance: ...

(London) more recent successes

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by Alex 18 years ago

Recent finds in my local haunts: ! Deli Organic, Northcote Road (Clapham Juntion) New informal cafe place with a variety of lunch-type fare. ++ variety of cold salads... always good ! Bread...

LONDON

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by STANLEY TECZA 19 years ago

WILL BE IN LONDON WEEK OF FEB. 10TH THRU 17TH FOR 35TH ANNIVERSARY STAYING IN BAYSWATER SECTION.ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR UPSCALE DINNER FOR THIS OCCASSION ,ALSO RESTAURANTS IN IMMEDIATE HOTEL AREA WOULD...

c&r in rupert court, london: superb asian

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by howler 18 years ago

in a small alley off rupert street, amongst the crowd of very many indifferent chinese restaurants is this small, cheerful shrine to deliciousness. EVERYTHING i've eaten at c&r has been made with c...

Ethiopian in Brixton, London

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by Ellen 19 years ago

Just thought I'd post a quick message about a meal on Saturday. Having watched England's rather depressing performance in the footie we decided to try out an Ethiopian restaurant that I've passed o...

London Indian Eats (for Howler)

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by Maria Eng 19 years ago

Hi Howler, Just thought I might suggest a restaurant called The Bombay Brasserie. It's owned by the Taj group, so it leans more towards high-end hotel-trained food, but reflecting the cultural div...

London cheap eats?

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by Cathy 19 years ago

There have been a lot of postings on here about upscale London restaurants. But I'm headed there on a tight budget. Anyone have suggestions of cheap (not necessarily dirt cheap) great food?

HELP: LONDON + TUSCANY AUGUST 2000

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by IVAN STOLER 19 years ago

HELP, I WILL BE IN LONDON IN EARLY AUGUST. ANY IDEAS? I WILL BE SOLO MOST OF THE TIME BUT I AM GAME FOR ANY TYPE OF GOOD FOOD. ALSO, I WILL BE IN TUSCANY A LITTLE LATER W/ SOME PALS (IN PIENZA)ANY ...

london hong kong chinese

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by karen 19 years ago

my parents (ex-pats) took me to a restaurant called ZEN. The street name is Sloane. I am not sure if it is road or avenue. I will check that out. the vegetable spring rolls were pretty good. ...

dublin ireland and edinburgh scotland

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by goody 19 years ago

i am a gourmet and major world travelled foodie can anyone please tell me the places they liked in dublin and edinburgh please all levels of dining would be appreciated from pubs to high end t...

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