Eating out around Westbourne Terrace

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London offers some great options for diners seeking a fantastic bite to eat during their trip to the city and the area around Westbourne Terrace in the district of Bayswater is no exception.

From traditional Indian cuisine to the best of modern Lebanese, there really is something to suit everyone’s palate during a visit to the area. Here are just some of the top examples of great restaurants in the borough.

Bizzarro

An Italian eatery with a long and rich history, Bizzarro has been open for more than 50 years and is a traditional Italian restaurant offering a range of dishes from the Mediterranean and central Europe.

With separate dining areas for both indoor and al fresco eating, Bizzarro has developed a reputation for excellent quality food and an inviting and lively atmosphere, with live bands often playing for diners as they enjoy their delicious meals.

Dishes on the menu change throughout the year, with typical offerings including spaghetti con pomodori secchi e funghi (spaghetti with sun-dried tomatoes, garlic and mushrooms), spigola al forno (grilled sea bass with mixed herbs) and costata di manzo alla griglia (grilled entrecote steak).

With a range of delicious pastas, pizzas, meats and fish all on offer, Bizzarro really does cater for every taste, and with its well-stocked bar there are also plenty of options for those seeking a delicious tipple to compliment their meal.

Flavours of India

For those wishing for a spicier taste to their evening, Flavours of India could be the perfect selection.

The restaurant boasts a wide assortment of Indian dishes, all cooked utilising the eatery’s traditional and purpose-built ovens by award-winning chefs. Diners are treated to a relaxed and intimate atmosphere.

Traditional Indian dishes available for guests include such classics as tandoori chicken, prawn bhuna, rogan josh and the rest of the typical British Indian fare, but the establishment also provides a number of chef’s specials that will really liven the taste buds for diners.

Ranging from Goan fish curry to tari wala chicken, there are a host of interesting and traditional flavours being offered to guests at what is one of the capital’s great restaurants for those with a bit more adventure about them.

Flavours of India can be found at 46 Gloucester Terrace on Craven Road.

Massis

Lebanese cuisine might not be the first style of food that springs to mind when thinking of the luxurious district of London’s Bayswater and Westbourne Terrace in particular, but it is a cuisine that none-the-less fits the bill in terms of its opulence and delicious flavours.

Massis Lebanese Bar & Grill is situated at 9 Sheldon Square, just a short walk from Westbourne Terrace, and can cater for both walk-in diners, reservations and large corporate groups.

Offering a wide selection of wines and other beverages from its well-stocked bar, the restaurant specialises in its a la carte menu of traditional Lebanese cuisine, which is sure to have the taste buds tingling for those lucky enough to get a table at this popular establishment.

Examples of the fine dishes available at Massis include Raheb (char-grilled aubergine with fresh parsley) to Soujouk (a spicy lamb sausage served with pan-fried cherry tomatoes). All of the dishes are cooked using only the freshest and best-quality ingredients, meaning diners really are in for a treat when they eat here.

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