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A fantastic local restaurant with great food. A really lively atmosphere and nice staff. Had a great bottle of wine from the 'Exclusive' list as it was a special occasion and it was well worth the price. Will definitely visit again, even if it's just for the chocolate brownie desert! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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In the heart of South East London, Dragon Castle stands as one of the most recognised and well established Chinese restaurants around. Our famous Dim sum and extensive a la carte menu has been a family favourite amongst local residents and visiting tourists for 10 years.
Our mission is to provide customers with the freshest and most authentic food which has been crafted using traditional cooking methods and techniques. Our chefs come from the regions of China where the food was created and our specialist Dim Sum chefs have spent many years mastering how to make the perfect dumpling.More
Opened in 2004 head chef Konor Uddin wanted to offer a place with great cuisine, atmosphere and service in the heart of West Dulwich.
The chefs at Indigo have created a menu which features fresh interpretations of classic Indian cuisine inspired by many regional influences from India. Our warm dining room offers the perfect spot for a quiet dinner with loved ones, friends, meeting with associates or that special celebration. We offer modern table settings amongst inviting colours and atmosphere.
The chefs at Indigo have a vast extensive knowledge of Indian spices and more importantly knowing how to use them means they are able to give that extra dimension to your dishes.
Overall Indigo promises to be a culinary experience you won't easily forget and we look forward to welcoming you.More
115 Years in the making
Obia, Sardinian for Olive. In 1902 Mundiccu, a young man working seven days a week in local flour mills dreamt of saving enough money to marry his young sweeheart and buy a piece of land to farm and change their families fortunes.
Mundiccu's dream finally became reality in 1919. In 1948 Mundiccu and his best friend opened the first olive oil cooperative in the the south west of Sardina. Over the next four decades, the tiny village of Gonnosfanadiga became the largest producer of olive oil in the southwest of Sardinia.
In the winter of 2016 thousand of miles from the little village of Gonnosfanadiga, Mundiccu's grandson and two friends discussed the need for a quality family Italian restaurant in Purley... ...a little piece of Italy opened it's doors.More
Despite its relative youth, our coffee house has developed in to a place where people from all over London, from all walks of life, come to meet. Everyone from students to successful entrepreneurs, actors, doctors, and nurses frequent our house. Since 1698, when the London coffee house cemented itself as the quintessential melting pot of political, philosophical and creative debate, independent businesses have competed to serve the best cup of ‘syrup of soot and essence of old shoes’. Today, no more will ‘essence of old shoes’ satisfy our discerning palettes, but the vibrant social scene has remained as popular as ever. We opened our doors with the aim to recapture the spirit of coffee houses of old; offering the best coffee, the best food and the best service we can. More