Born and raised in SW England (dairy heaven). Studied in Birmingham (Indian, yum). Mostly lived in London since (spoilt for choice). Enjoy epic train journeys (North America, Australia). Am trying to stick to a gluten-free diet but welcome any excuse not to.
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A Bacalhau-free zone
Offers a wide selection of Indian dishes and the one's we chose were tasty but nothing special; of average standard in comparison to British...
Have (unfortunately) had the opportunity to try several meals and each was pretty tasteless, with a hint of cardboard.
Hot dance venue
I've been to Salsa! many times for dancing. It can get very hot and sweaty, but then most salsa venues do. If you're interested in learning...
Delicious biryani. Also took the waiter's advice and tried the green paste on tiny bits of toast, which turned out to be very moreish.
A welcome reprieve
It was heartbreaking when The Palace closed it doors in 1999. The only cinema for miles around, it was the hub of teen society. Fortunately,...
The Arts Centre hosts a surprisingly diverse range of events - including art exhibitions, dance, music, drama and family activities.
I got the distinct impression that, whatever high principles they may purport to subscribe to, the people that run this place are not interested...
I love to go here whenever I'm back in Dorset, it's a favourite with everyone in the family. Usually simply to sit and chat over a cup of tea...