Football's coming home! As long as Harry doesn't eat too much at his favourite restaurant, Sheesh in Chigwell. 'Once you arrive through the electric gates your sheesh experience will truly begin'. Note fellow restaurateurs, their booking policy. I wonder how many no shows they get?
We require a deposit of £10 per head for tables 5 or more
8 is the biggest table and it must be a mixed party of male and female
Friday and Saturday evenings, 6 is the biggest table and it must be a mixed party of male and female
You can have a party of 10 in the Sugar Suite, please go to the Sugar Suite page for details
Every table in this restaurant has a 2 hour sitting (except the Sugar Suite)
All confirmation is done on the morning of your booking via a phone call or a text, if you don’t confirm your booking you will lose your table
If bigger parties turn up with less people, the missing people will lose their deposits
No cakes, drinks, food, balloons or other decorations can be brought into the building from outside
It's a well known secret that Gilbert and George go to the same kebab house in London at least five times a week to eat supper. They have been there two out of the three times I have been recently with arty friends who I want to surprise and impress. Apparently they don't have a kitchen at home so they couldn't cook even if they wanted to. The question is, is it an Installation or not? Whatever it is, the kebabs are cooked on the traditional Mangal open-fire barbecue, the pide bread is freshly made and free, quail is on the menu, the meat is full of flavour and it will only cost you about £10 per head. This, and Gilbert and George, are the reasons I can no longer go to the kebab van on Station Hill after a night out in Bury.