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Indian/ Jelly Bad Food/ Shoreditch & Brick Lane

Saffron Restaurant, terrible Indian food in Brick lane

June 18, 2012

Restaurant: Saffron Cuisine: Indian (Supposedly) Location: Brick Lane, E1 The bill: ok it was only £35 after taste-card discount Ambiance: standard cheap Indian place Jelly Good Food Rating: 2/10 Le Review: Sadly, Brick lane is now famous for poor quality Indian food, and no Londoners would recommend it, if a high-quality, authentic  curry is what you are after.   The prime target here are unsuspecting tourists of course.  In a positive…

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Indian/ London/ Restaurant Reviews/ Soho/ UK

The Red Fort (Soho) Review – Posh Curry

March 17, 2012

Restaurant: Red Fort Cuisine: Indian, Mughal Court Location: Soho, London Cost:  £160  for 2 (including *nice* wine and we ordered waaay too much) Head chef: Azadur Rahman Value for money: 7.5/10 Service: 8.5/10 Ambiance: 7/10 Food: 8.5/10 Jelly Good Food Rating: 7.5/10 The Red Fort is listed in the Michelin Guide and the Good Food Guide so when J needed to pick a place to take me out (this time was…

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Indian/ Malaysia

Jewel of the North Tandoori Corner – Penang Indian

February 22, 2012

Restaurant: Jewel of the North Location:  Batu Ferringhi, Penang Cost: 150 RM  circa £32 (including 4 beers, 2 iced teas and a Lassi) Service: NA Food Rating: 7.5 Value for money: 9 Overall Jelly Good Food Rating: 7.5 This restaurant’s claim to fame is that apparently the Bekhams ate there at some point, anyway it had great reviews on Tripadvisor so we went. Service was fantastic however we came super early…

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Indian/ Singapore

North Indian in Singapore – Maharaja at Boat Quay

February 18, 2012

Restaurant:  Maharajah Location: Boat Quay, Singapore Cost: 122 Singapore $ circa £60 (including beers and a Lassi) Service: 8.5 Food Rating: 8.5 Overall Jelly Good Food Rating: 7.5 So you would think that after flying for 18 hours to Singapore, we would rush out to try some local Singaporean seafood.  Instead however our first meal there turned out to be North Indian curry.  Strolling down Boat Quay around 9pm, the area is…

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