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Restaurants in Islington/Angel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by @if ®afiq, 7 Mar 2006.

  1. @if ®afiq

    Soldato

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    Can anyone recommend any? I'll be going out with several friends, so nothing too romantic!

    I would prefer an Indian but am not too fussy.
     
  2. BrightonBelle

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  3. MuvverRussia

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    Location: Cardiff/Coventry

    some alright places on upper street.
     
  4. [DOD]Asprilla

    Capodecina

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    Location: Surrey, by the river

    Not Indian, but I can recommend Cuba Cuba.

    To be honest, Angel is all about looking good and not necessarily about substance.
     
  5. Fezzer

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  6. paul8811

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    There is a really nice Indian on Theberton Street which is opposite the Sainsury Local on upper street. Best Indian food I have tasted but it is rather pricey.
     
  7. @if ®afiq

    Soldato

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    Cool - thanks for all the suggestions :)
     
  8. singist

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    If you want vegetarian there are a few good ones including some "as much as you can eat" ones; Ravi Shankars is supposed to be very good though I haven't been for quite some time.

    Plenty of choice; just ask around when you get there.
     
  9. tzang

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    Only Indian place I know of in the Angel area which is semi-decent would be Spices at Chapel Market.

    Address is 10 Chapel Market (should be located closer to Penton Street and not Liverpool Road). If you are on Upper Street and near Angel Station, head towards Liverpool Road (pretty much opposite Angel station, you'll see a Carphone Warehouse shop there). Take the first left (you've missed it if you have passed Woolworths or Sainsbury) and you are on Chapel Market.

    Map of Chapel Market