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You can walk into any curry house in the UK and find the same dishes cooked in the same way at the same prices.
Sweeney & Todd’s is something of a Reading institution. I was first introduced to the place by my husband Darren 10 years ago, when we had just started dating.
After a freezing, canvas-covered night of booze-related broken sleep, what you need to pep you up is a good old British fry-up.
It’s been there for years now but Chan Cham is a bit of a secret dining destination. Located in the town centre – Merchants Place to be precise.
A restaurant combining Indian and Thai food might sound a little strange but with specialist chefs on hand to prepare each type of cuisine you can be sure that what ends up on your plate is not only authentic but also cooked to a high standard.
You might have walked past it numerous times and never even realised it’s there but Khukuri has been in the same spot on London Street for 20 years.
The Moderation on Caversham Road, The Warwick on Kings Road and The Lyndhurst on Queens Road.
If you have never been to The Leatherne Bottel in Goring, you are in for a real treat. Not only is the food exceptional and the setting stunning.
Who would have thought that the sleepy village of Twyford would be home to a noteworthy Indian restaurant that proudly boasts a highly-regarded, hugely-accomplished, award-winning head chef?
What better way to enjoy a dinner party than by inviting your guests round to share a takeaway?