Win a free Christmas meal at Carom, Soho

13:02 05 December 2012

Win a free Christmas meal for two

Win a free Christmas meal for two

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Enjoy a season of spice and sparkle at Carom this winter.

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Carom is a pan-Indian restaurant and cocktail bar located in the heart of bustling Soho, at 100 Wardour Street. It is a vibrant and buzzing contemporary Indian restaurant from D&D London, serving authentic and casual sharing dishes.

Executive Chef, Balaji Balachander has created the menu, which features dishes and ingredients from across the sub-continent. Originally from Chennai, Balaji’s passion for south Indian spices and simple, down-to-earth cooking is reflected in his accessible menu that uses great quality ingredients and fresh flavours.

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With jewel coloured interiors featuring intricate candle lanterns, vibrant cushions, richly textured throws and seating, as well as a central curving cocktail bar that serves a unique menu of cocktails using spices and exotic ingredients, Carom is the perfect retreat in Soho. The restaurant and bar are open both day and night, with DJs playing from 9pm from Wednesday to Saturday evenings.

London24 has teamed up with Carom to give one lucky reader and a guest a chance to enjoy a complimentary Christmas three course meal for two, plus one bottle of house wine.

All you need to do is follow @London24 on Twitter and tweet why you deserve to win a #FreeXmasMeal using the hashtag.

Click on the link below to enter.

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