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Andrew Edmunds - ££

(4 votes, average 4.25 out of 5)
Tucked away and hardly overburdened with space, Andrew Edmunds has been Andrew Edmunds Restaurant in Soho - an unassuming gem.successfully serving seasonal dishes to locals, for 25 years. It has a booking policy of a week in advance only, so securing a table is not a difficult task. Fresh produce, eclectic handwritten menus and a very able wine list, combine to produce one of those restaurants that you can pull out of the hat, when you need to eat well in a 'cosy' atmosphere (it's not big).

Andrew Edmunds has atmosphere and a certain style (perhaps, because it's not trying too hard) - that more highfaluting places, fail to capture. Perfect for a romantic evening: the ground floor is narrow, the basement is especially 'friendly' and the exterior, is of the kind you'll walk past without a sideways glance. That's why it fits with the 'Inside Guide' remit so well. Stop for a moment, retrace your steps and wander into Andrew Edmunds. Like all the best places, they're unassuming and often right under your nose.

awana - £££

(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

Regarded as London's only fine-dining Malaysian restaurant, awana, on Sloane Avenue, is an elegant restaurant displaying the culinary diversity of Malaysia. Combining traditional dishes with innovative modern interpretations, awana's menu has been created by Executive Chef Mark Read and awana: offers a rare insight into Malaysian fine dining.Malaysian-born Head Chef Lee Chin Soon.

The awana Malaysian Journey menu includes: corn fed chicken satay and roti canai, followed by malaysian sour fruit salad (rojak) and tiger prawn and pomelo salad, followed by chicken wonton soup and char sui baked lamb ribs, followed by tender beef curry (rendang) and stir-fried tofu with shitake mushroom.


Clos Maggiore - ££

Clos Maggiore at the fringe of Covent Garden offers a fusion of contemporary French tastes and flavours and an award-winning wine list, all within the sumptuous surroundings of a Georgian townhouse.Clos Maggiore: Mediterranean food served in confident and stylish surroundings.
Clos Maggiore's quality food, made by talented professionals, in a friendly atmosphere. Three deceptively simple ingredients that combine to make a great meal. Mediterranean flavours (mostly French and Italian) served with panache, in a sophisticated environment.


Fifteen - ££££

Set over two floors in a handsome building near Old Street. Downstairs at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, the retro styling and open kitchen combine to make the Fifteen Dining Room a relaxed and friendly environment. The emphasis is on top quality seasonal produce, simply prepared with care and passion to create the best inFifteen: London base for the evergreen and popular TV Chef and consequently very busy. modern Mediterranean dishes with an Italian influence.

Popular dishes at Fifteen include Sicilian fisherman’s stew with saffron potatoes; romanesco and goat’s cheese ravioli; and shoulder of Welsh lamb with cannellini beans and anchovy-rosemary dressing. The laid-back vibe and excellent wine list complete what is now one of London’s premier dining experiences.


Gordon Ramsay's Boxwood Cafe - £££

The Boxwood Cafe was opened by Gordon Ramsay and Stuart Gillies in 2003, Gordon soon afterwards offered Stuart the reins to this innovative restaurant concept located in the Berkeley hotel, Knightsbridge.The Boxwood Cafe: located in the Berkeley Hotel, it offers a sophisticated take on 'cafe' dishes.
Prior to this, working as Head Chef alongside the acclaimed Angela Hartnett, Stuart transcended old classic French dishes into modern Italian at The Connaught.

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