Nusa Dua in London is a family run Indonesian restaurant, well known for the Sate Ayam (marinated chicken skewered served with peanut sauce) and famous Dutch style's Rijsttafel. The food is halal, 2 course meal special £6.95 served daily before 8pm
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Venue Details & Map
11 - 12 Dean StreetLondonW1D 3RP
- +44 20 7287 8964
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Living in London for almost five years as an expat from NYC, I've gradually gotten happier and happier with the food. But pizza, dear pizza, was always London's downfall. I've found myself settling on Papa John's (and worse!) and had almost convinced myself it was close to the real deal (see: Firezza review). But alas, one trip home and I was launched back into reality and scolding my...more
We ordered a pizza each - Aubergine Parmagiana and the guest pizza that evening (The Pepper Pig). Along with the pizza we ordered two side dishes. Then we finished our meal sharing a Nutella and salted ricotta pizza ring. The restaurant kindly added a scoop of ice cream. This satisfy my food buddy taste buds with the pizza ring and my taste buds with ice cream. The warm pizza ring filled with...more
Oh God Pizza Pilgrims is honestly one of the best pizzas I've ever eaten this side of the Atlantic (nowhere beats Grimaldi's in NYC!)
Apparently this place used to be a pop up kinda pizza van thing until they decided to get their own lot and set up a restaurant. I was there a couple of weeks ago and absolutely loved it - you definitely need to try it out here if you're wanting non traditional...more
Friend and I were walking around Soho, and we stumbled into this place on a whim.
We asked them what their most popular pizzas were, and they said they were the margherita with sausage and, for vegetarians, the eggplant. We didn't end up going with their decision, but the ones we got were amazing. We got the margherita with buffalo mozzarella and the mushroom and truffle oil.
Mmm... Pizza. I looooove pizza.
Unfortunately I didn't love Pizza Pilgrims. While the dough was admittedly pillowy and delicious, I felt that the wood oven possibly wasn't hot enough and the middle of our pizza base was soggy. Ick. Not much of a fan for soggy pizzas myself.
Also I'm not a big fan of not seriously melted cheese, so didn't dig the aubergine pizza that much. The sausage...more