Opened in 2005, Koba is a Korean Restaurant specialising in typical Korean table barbeque in the heart of Fitzrovia in London.
It has been firmly set on providing high quality Korean cuisine, ranging from traditional to modern dishes, with particular emphasis on the Korean dining culture based around table barbeque. The combination of the whole concept is just splendid. There are a lot of choices to choose from the menu, even sharing BBQ plates for two.
We strongly recommend you to order lettuce aside the BBQ, because this is not included in the BBQ. Nonetheless the BBQ is very enjoyable with all kind of sauces and especially the Scallion salad gives all the meats an extra taste. The BBQ spare ribs and the meat is lovely and tender, the tofu hot pot is equally amazing. It's a refreshing change from standard meals.
At Koba they offer super fresh food cooked at your table. It’s possible to share various plates (BBQ, rice, noodles) and all tasted amazing.
Once the restrictions are lifted, we strongly suggest you to have a dinner at Koba with friends, it’s gorgeous place to share dinner in a fully Korean style. Due to the current situation, unfortunately Koba is now closed, but they offer delivery and it could be an amazing opportunity to have a Korean dinner at your place.
Price range from £35to 52
Rathbone St 11, London
Roti King restaurant is specialised at delivering delicious authentic Malaysian dishes in London. Hidden but with increasing popular, Roti King is situated in Kings cross in short walking distance from Euston metro/train station. The restaurant is small and simple, the inside is cosy with open kitchen to have the luxury to see Roti Canai made on the fly! At Roti Kanai you will always find awesome tasting food, flavoursome, and reasonably priced.
We suggest you to order the best Roti Canai ever: chicken curry deal with the two roti. The chicken is boneless soft and tasty. The roti is soft and fluffy. Curry just amazing. For mains we recommend you to order the Mee Goreng Mamak, a delicious stir fried egg noodle dish with eggs, chicken, prawn and tofu. The food is amazing, mouth-watering and unique in his taste. Roti King is the perfect restaurant from which to order for a lunch break from work. If you don’t have lot of time to cook and want to test some different cuisine, Roti is the right place for you.
Check them out their Profile on Foodetective and order your Malaysian lunch at home ASAP! Average price per person £20
Doric Way 40, London
Wahaca Waterloo is housed in a light-filled basement on the corner of Waterloo Road and The Cut, opposite The Old Vic Theatre and Waterloo Station. Once we could move around the city again, Wahaca it’s the perfect place to stop in for some street food or a tequila cocktail from the bar, pre-theatre or before a trip to London Southbank.
Wahaca has different location in London such as Waterlooo, Shoredich and Coven Garden and many others in the surrounding areas. Ex-MasterChef winner Thomasina Miers now oversees branches of her popular canteen-style eatery across the capital and beyond, luring good-timers and young families with its mix of colourful, fashion-conscious surrounds and ‘flavoursome’ Mexican cooking. Vibrantly spiced street food is the deal, which means tacos filled with grilled steak or marinated, slow-cooked pork, crisp tostadas with ceviche or refried beans, taquitos, quesadillas and specials such as the “queso fundido”.
Wahaca it’s a perfect place to have a typical and special Mexican lunch, dinner or drink. It’s a place where you can enjoy the vibrant and exotic Mexican style.
Due to the current situation, unfortunately Wahaca in now closed, but don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy your Mexican meal at home as a break from work or with an exotic dinner with your friends through delivery.
Price range from £20 to 40
Waterloo Road 119, London
Il Baretto is located in the heart of Central London, between Marylebone High Street and Baker Street. Since its opening in December 2008, it has built its reputation with a simple and authentic Italian menu which draws influence from the speciality dishes and produce of regional Italy.
The menu combines Italian favourites including the popular Veal Milanese and Salt Baked Seabass, with modern classics such as Lobster Linguine and wild Seabass Carpaccio. The northern Italian influenced pizza which is cooked in an open wood burning oven is not to be missed.
Translating to little bar, Il Baretto offers an extensive wine and cocktail list which makes it a popular spot for an aperitif. The food is really outstanding, it’s reflect the authenticity of Italian cuisine. We recommend you to always try the small starter, in Italy called “aperitif ”, it’s made of Mozzarella cheese, aubergine and prawn in ali- oli and hot chili peppers sauce, it’s awsome. Moreover you must try 100% the pizza. At Il Baretto they offer different kind of home-made pizza, each pizza it’s simply mouth-watering and delicious.
If you prefer to try other typical Italian dishes, you should try one of their main starter, between tortellini in magro with ricotta and spinach, and the risotto with butternut squash & scamorza cheese. Everything is outstanding and incredibly taste.
Il Baretto offers a simple and authentic menu straight to your door, ready to be tasted when you want and where you want!
Average price per person £50
Blandford St 43, Marylebone