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Best Rated Restaurants In Durham
by Andrew Bartlett
Decidedly different from the other Asian bars and restaurants in the city, the menu here is based on Asian Fusion. This incorporates a lot of different ingredients, preparation methods, and flavours. Many of the ingredients will be familiar to Asian food lovers, but presented in an entirely new way.
Tex-Mex restaurant bar and grill, claiming to have every flavour from mild to wild. Very reasonable prices – lunch from £6.95, with starter or dessert from just £3.75 each. What a choice of drinks! Especially the Margaritas. They also have the Tequila Blush which was created by their bartender and won the Chiquito Cocktail Championship. Woo-Hoo!
Described by one reviewer as happy and chirpy, the waiters go about their work singing – in Italian, of course. Absolutely perfect pizzas and pasta all cooked to order. If you check out the reviews they are all raving about Bella Mamma and all say they will be back.
Chef Syed Noor Hussain was one of only five British curry chefs asked to attend the Taste of Britain Curry Festival in Bangalore, where he wowed an Indian audience with his offerings created in Britain. If this man can impress the home of the curry, he will no doubt do the same for you.