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Critic find Tom Ilic unpretentious top-end scoff

03 March 2008 by
Critic find Tom Ilic unpretentious top-end scoff

Matthew Norman takes a break at the Red Sea and finds it all wilfully eccentric and, at times, very good.

Giles Coren at Tom Ilic finds unpretentious top-end scoff and Terry Durack at the Independent finds newly Michelin-starred Quilon, at times, annoying.

Zoe Williams from the Telegraph encounters a pretension/tastiness tightrope to walk at Texture, the venture from ex Raymond Blanc head chef Agnar Sverrisson, with the menu high points delightful.

For these reviews in full and more see What's on the menu? >>

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Coconut Textures - By Agnar Sverrisson, head chef, Texture >>

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