Category: Restaurants

February 10, 2020
Meet the neighbours!

Cengiz from Brooks Cafe If you walk past Brooks Cafe on a Friday morning, whatever the weather, you will see Cengis outside grilling shish kebabs for his lunchtime customers. The cafe is on Brooks Road, just by the junction with Silsoe Road. Incidentally the Brook is Haringey's only river, the Moselle Brook, which runs underground […]

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April 8, 2011
Restaurant Review: Mosaica at the Chocolate Factory

After a couple of disappointments, visits at Christmas and in February have confirmed Mosaica to be back on form! Eclectic, hidden away and with a style of its own, it’s Wood Green at its best. Serving modern European (and beyond) food, there really isn’t anything like it and this good for miles around. Set in the Chocolate Factory, it’s big […]

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March 17, 2011
Restaurant Review: Karamel, Coburg Road

Karamel is part art gallery, music venue and restaurant. Ambitious, but can they deliver on all three of those functions? And most importantly, how is the food? The area has been the poorer since La Kera closed a while ago but in its stead has come Karamel, part cafe, part bistro, part club, it has […]

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March 6, 2011
Restaurant Review: Penang Satay House, Turnpike Lane

Hard to believe but 30 years ago, Turnpike Lane was one of the best places in North London for ‘exotic’ food. A survivor of that time, The Penang Satay House (Malaysian) remains a firm favourite and can now count my two young sons as fans. We are clearly not alone in our appreciation – the […]

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