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Ankay Restaurant in New Cross, London Ankay Restaurant £££New Cross
A mid-cost African restaurant in Queens Road with vegetarian options and a takeaway service.
Cinnamon in Lewisham, London Cinnamon £££££Lewisham
An expensive Indian restaurant in Lewisham, near New Cross. It has vegetarian dishes, takeaway service, air conditioning... more
Monsoon Indian Restaurant in New Cross, London Monsoon Indian Restaurant New Cross
An Indian restaurant in New Cross Road.
Noodle & Rice in New Cross, London Noodle & Rice New Cross
A Chinese restaurant in New Cross.
Nouvelle Spice in New Cross, London Nouvelle Spice ££££New Cross
A pricey Indian restaurant in New Cross Road, with a takeaway service, vegetarian dishes, home delivery. Nouvelle Spice s... more
Renya in New Cross, London Renya New Cross
A Turkish restaurant at 379-383 New Cross Road.
Rosie's Kitchen in New Cross, London Rosie's Kitchen New Cross
A Caribbean restaurant in Clifton Rise.
Thailand in New Cross, London Thailand New Cross
A Thai restaurant at 15 Lewisham Way. The Thailand serves authentic Thai and Laos cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere with ka... more
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