Ethnic dining in St Albans

Maybe it’s the diverse population in the suburb or maybe its restaurant owners believe in providing an authentic experience when it comes to putting food on the table that led to two local eateries featuring in an article in the latest Avenues magazine about good places to find ethnic nosh.

Corianders gets a good word for its authenticity from Indian Aaron Sanchis and Sema’s Thai Cuisine gets the thumbs up from Thai-born Khunita Khemarangsan. Since when has Edgeware Village been a part of Richmond? Both of these eateries are tucked away down the end of a pretty nondescript mini mall in the Edgeware Village. Read the piece to find out why these places are recommended by those who grew up eating the cuisine and then take your tastebuds to the village.

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