High up in the Heron Tower in London you can find SUISHISAMBA (their caps, not mine!). Tucked below the oft discussed Duck and Waffle, the restaurant offers “a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine”.
I love my research. I’m not one of those people who likes to turn up somewhere and randomly pick a place to stay or eat. I like to KNOW it’s going to be good before I go.
That’s not to say I don’t dive into desirable looking eateries should I happen across them. It just means I nearly always have a destination or two in my pocket.
The other night H and I were in Guildford and in need of food.
While I was running through the various Guildford eateries in my mind, H mentioned he had walked past a sushi/Korean place earlier. My brain spooled for a moment and I couldn’t place it which intrigued me, so we headed over.
The fact there are only two entries in this post is mainly because restaurants offering a more diverse cuisine don’t tend to spring up in small villages. My favourite local Indian, Thai and Chinese restaurants (4500 Miles from Delhi, Bangkok House and Paddyfields or Oriental Condor depending on dish) are all in Oxford, my preferred French restaurant closed down a few years ago in Abingdon, and I haven’t settled on a top Italian yet. Continue reading Escaping from Oxford to Eat Out: Internationally Delicious