And what’s your guilty pleasure?
Chocolate. Cliched as it sounds, the sight of it makes me weak at the knees.
What advice would you give tourists?
As much as Londoners hate the hustle and bustle of Central London, that area has the most to offer in the city!
And what five places do you think every Londoner should visit?
Amaya – The best Indian food I’ve had in London. The meat melts in your mouth and you have to try the Berry Mojito – I could have drunk a hundred of these!
Green Carnation – I absolutely love this bar’s ambience. The bartenders are very friendly, and the general vibe here is awesome. There are small rooms for groups as well.
The Pepper Tree – My favourite Thai restaurant is always busy, but the service is quick and the waiters are really helpful. The lamb penang curry is the yummiest of them all!
The Loft – Lovely Clapham bar with comfortable seating, excellent cocktails and great service. Also, they have pigs in blankets on the menu!
Dishoom – Awesome food, especially the daal and the roomali roti – definitely worthy of 5 stars.
Posted by Sarah Drinkwater, London community manager
Editor’s Note: Now and then we’ll spotlight one of our amazing Google Places reviewers. Both so you guys can start to get to know one another and so we can pull together and share our favourite local places. Today, we introduce you to Manish Sahai from London.
Manish loves traveling and sneakily says that one of the reasons he moved to London from his native India was to travel the world from such a central city. He won our recent competition to win a Chromebook – a good thing for this self-described net addict! Read on to find out where this Asian food lover rates in the city.
What’s your favourite thing about reviewing on Google Places?
The fact that my reviews are read, or at least the ratings considered, by thousands of people!