The bar is a Buddha themed”upscale bar-restaurant with an orientalist ‘lounge’ ambience” serving Asian cuisine with a two-story dining area dominated by a large statue of Buddha, and an upstairs bar in the form of a large, ornate dragon. The theme was inspired by the discovery of the space to be used, an antique basement archive with a mezzanine, “which suggested to the architects the idea of an oriental temple and its Buddha”. Continue reading “Anyone For Thai Paid for In Czech Korunas – Buddha Bar, Prague”
The Rum Kitchen
Following a long afternoon on the streets of London a few weeks ago, I visited the Rum Kitchen, I had seen it around on Instagram a couple of times but I hadn’t checked it out. I wanted Mexican food but only agreed to eat there because my companion had commanded that he wanted to have a Caribbean meal. Continue reading “The Rum Kitchen, Carnaby Street – London”
Hungry and in Manchester?
Take a bus ride down to Rusholme and have a curry at one of the restaurant on the famous Curry Mile. The name Curry Mile is a nickname for the part of Wilmslow Road running through the centre of Rusholme in South Manchester, England. The name was earned from the large number of restaurants, take-aways and kebab houses specialising in the cuisines of South Asia and the Middle East, thought to be the largest concentration of South Asian restaurants outside the Indian subcontinent.
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