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What's on the menu? – A round-up of the latest restaurant reviews

30 May 2008 by
What's on the menu? – A round-up of the latest restaurant reviews

Evening Standard, 28 May
David Sexton finds authentic Japanese cuisine at Gary Yau's Aaya

Aaya - Evening Standard review in full >>

Metro, 27 May
Marina O'Loughlin finds the food at the Chicago Rib Shack "ghastly"

Our waitress is hysterical in every sense. If she's not wildly gesticulating her excitement that we're at her table, she's wrapping polythene bibs - emblazoned with the legend Bone Appetit - round our necks, tying them in a nice bow. These atrocities seem to be going down well with fellow diners. They even wear them on the long trek to the loos. Sadly, her enthusiasm doesn't extend to our order. I want a small version of a salad as a starter (it's a menu option, honest, I'm not going all egg-white omelette on you) but this throws her. ‘You want Caesar salad,' she beams.
Chicago Rib Shack - metro review in full >>

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Bloomberg, 23 May
Richard Vines finds high quality food at cheap prices at Cha Cha Moon

Cheap and eats are two words that rarely belong together in the world of London restaurants, where quality comes at a price and even junk food can be expensive. So Cha Cha Moon verges on being a sensation by allying good cooking, friendly service and an attractive dining room with the kind of prices you might expect at an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet or a fast-food joint with golden arches and lousy burgers.
Cha Cha Moon - Bloomberg review in full >>

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