Amaya or Quinlon in London?
Need help choosing between these two restos for a Sunday night dinner for two. Is one better than the other? What are the major differences? It's just two of us, so a place that requires lots of sharing and small dishes probably isn't ideal as there is only so much we can order.
it depends on what cuisine you want.
the physical distance between new delhi (amaya) and cochin (quilon) is almost 1300 miles - to put that in context, the physical distance between rome and paris is under 700 miles.
in culinary terms, i'd say that keralan food (quilon) is much further apart from punjabi food (amaya) then roman cuisine is from parisian.