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What are some hidden gem restaurants in London for trying food from different countries, aside from the plenty of Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Italian restaurants?

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I’ll throw in a few of my favourites...

http://malinarestaurant.com/ is an absolutely delightful Polish restaurant near Hammersmith. Malina is polish for raspberry and they serve a beautiful home made raspberry liqueur at the end of the meal. Terra Sarda on Upper Street in Islington is a fantastic little Sardinian restaurant—amazing main courses. Here are some photos I took there: https://www.facebook.com/swillis...

Afghan Kitchen in Angel serves home cooked traditional Afghan food—very tasty indeed.

cbetta on Twitter suggested Ceviche on Frith Street in Soho for Peruvian food.

This is What are some hidden gem restaurants in London for trying food from different countries, aside from the plenty of Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Italian restaurants? by Simon Willison, posted on 28th January 2013.

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