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London Historical Fiction Book Group Message Board › Dinner suggestions

Dinner suggestions

Justin
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Group Organizer
London, GB
Hi all
Thanks to those who have made suggestions for restaurants.
The best idea came from Nishma, who's suggested we eat at a Malaysian restaurant given the setting of this month's book.
However, the place she has recommended (although relatively nearby) is not answering the phone and appears to be under refurbishment temporarily.
I've found another very nearby Malaysian restaurant that has great reviews: Melati in Great Windmill Street. However, they have no online menu but have emailed me some basic ideas and have space on Monday evening.
Details here:
http://www.malaysiakitchen.co.uk/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=5­
(don't worry that the link to their direct website doesn't work. they're still operational. I've spoken to them)
Another option is the Banana Tree chain, which is pan SE Asian including Malaysian. They have a branch in Wardour Street, about a 7-minute walk from where we'll be. This restaurant comes highly recommended by a good friend of mine. And I'm assured it will be suitable for veggies and non-spice lovers.
Details including menus here:
http://www.bananatree.co.uk/locations­
Email me your thoughts please before I book somewhere.
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