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Cheetham, Manchester, >100£
05/09/2017: Great service. Good quality Japanese food in Manchester. It is the top one!! Recommended!!
05/09/2017: Pricey but excellent quality Japanese food.


Room With a View

Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay, Fife, 20-30£
11/09/2017: Lovely traditional restaurant great choice and food of very high standard. Lovely wee room with half a dozen tables with amazing views to the Forth. Staff very friendly and attentive would recommend to all
28/08/2017: Amazing Dinner with a great view. Perfect.


Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

St Endellion, Cornwall,Isles of Scilly, 60-100£
20/08/2017: When we managed to suddenly get 3 days away together to visit part of Cornwall, we never imagined that we would be lucky enough to also experience the magic of Nathan Outlaw and his team. A big thank you to all of his hard-working team and a special thank you to Stephi for making it possible. My husband loves fish and the fish tasting menu was just out of this world. I had never tried any of the fish before and loved every single one. Presentation was so beautiful and the Porthilly sauce was delicious. Ian knowledgeably talked us through the 'wine flight' experience, which we decided to opt for, as for us, this was a special 'once in a lifetime' opportunity. The service was exceptional and a special thank you to Carl who kept appearing smiling, with lovely fresh bread. From where we were sitting at the chef's bar, we could see into the kitchen itself and what a wonderful team they are. Several times I felt like leaping up and applauding them. Such dedication, focus and teamwork to ensure that everyone has a wonderful experience. They are like magicians revealing one beautiful, superb course after another. Stephi even helped us to get a taxi back to where we were staying and just before we left we got to meet Nathan himself - that was something we hadn't expected and was such a pleasure. I dissolved into a gabbling wreck...much to my husband's amusement... not sure what I even said! He is so very tall! He is also such a modest man and you can tell he deeply cares about what he does and has a passion for sourcing the best local produce. We have never eaten in a Michelin star restaurant before ( I think they could tell, as we were too visibly excited about everything we saw and ate and couldn't hide it! ) The interesting Japanese wines, the rich Porthilly sauce and the warm yet professional service from the chefs and every single person, made this an experience that we know we will remember as a highlight and be talking about for years. As I said at the start, 'a truly enchanting experience'....and it really is. Thank you so much everyone.
19/08/2017: We went the day after it was announced that this was top restaurant in Britain and I can see why it won. We ate at the bar, FOH staff were great fun and the food was impeccable in very relaxed atmosphere, incredible views.


Midsummer House

Market, Cambridge
21/08/2017: Went to this restaurant as it was only I have been wanting to visit a for a long time. On arrival we were greeted by a very friendly host who showed us to the garden for a welcome drink (hotels own pink champagne totally recommend) this is where we were served the first amuse botch which were a pleasure in them selves.They changed my chair to make me more comfortable with out any issues or drama just discreetly done. We were spoken to in length about alleges as only of our party has a lactose intolerance. This was taken in to account by the kitchen staff and all courses were amended to reflect this with easy and no issues were made of it.Them made the menu and the dishes themselves look as close to the standard ones as possible so as not to show the other person up with the differences.The staff are the best I have ever come across in these types of restaurant no request was to hard and all requests were done with easy. The maitre d' was a super gentleman with a great friendly and warm welcome which stayed for the whole night and never changed great attribute to the restaurant.The sommelier was super she appeared to pair wine with easy as was very knowledgeable about all wines to a very high standard above what I would of expected she is as good as any master sommelier that I have come across. Recommend some amazing wines that you would not automatically think of. Totally a delight. Recommend a great port as well!The waiting staff were friendly and helpful not issues with anything asked always came across friendly and warm. The all knew of the dietary issues at our table and help and assisted with that in a desecrate manor. The waiter that served the cheese course was very knowledgable about all the products that they had on offer which were all well kept and served at a great temperature to maximum flavour and consistency. One waiter who dealt with us right to the end was a super person knowledgable about everything they had on all menus and recommend a truffle gin that they have which was absolute amazing. The food was out of this world cooked to perfection and presented like mini pictures and with great stories and lovely crockery to match this super location. The building is lovely and well maintained and is so so clean you could eat your dinner off the floor. Thank you to the whole team who made the night such a lonely one. Cannot wait to come back!
17/08/2017: My daughter and I enjoyed a meal here yesterday.We walked across Midsummer Common in the sunshine eagerly anticipating our lunch.We sat in the garden and sipped Champagne, which was accompanied by delicious canapés.The staff are plentiful and charming, especially the head waiter. Service is amazing.We ate our lunch in the conservatory, very pleasant and every table was occupied, mainly by people celebrating birthdays etc.An amuse buche was served before our first course of mackerel, served with apple from the garden. I'm not a fan of mackerel, but this was delicious. We then ate a plaice dish with prawns which we both loved. I then had Guinea fowl which was moist and tender and beautifully served. My daughter enjoyed her vegetarian main course of vegetable Pithiviers. Two puddings followed - both gorgeous, a cherry dessert followed by a strawberry one. Yummy!With our espressos we enjoyed beignets with dipping sauces and were then offered very delicious chocolates made in house.We walked back across the meadow feeling very full, very happy, and will save up to return.



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City Centre, Edinburgh, City of
04/09/2017: We went there for afternoon tea. The space and atmosphere is beautiful. The tables are set in between the law library books selves which is quite unique. The food and tea was tasty. I recommend going there firstly for the atmosphere and secondly for the traditional tea setting. Service was also very good.
28/08/2017: Great afternoon Tea. 1 tray of savoury and 1 tray of sweet. All great items. Fabulous setting just off the royal ,mile.


McHalls Bistro

Claremont, Blackpool, <20£
21/08/2017: Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to McHalls,food was excellent and Daniel was very welcoming and attentive.My husband and I were glad of the recommendations and will not hesitate to book again (will mail you Daniel ;-) ) Helen
19/08/2017: This was our first time at McHalls and I am pleased to say that recommendations did not disappoint. The service was excellent as we were well looked after by Dan. The food was tasty and all our party of 7 enjoyed a variety of meals. One of the most pleasant eating experiences that we have had since we came to live in Blackpool over 30 years ago. We would strongly recommend a visit. We have already booked a return visit.


Ye Olde Steppes

Pembridge and Lyonshall with Titley, Herefordshire, County of
05/08/2017: I decided on a quick pitstop on the long drive home, but found I just didn't want to leave this special little place. Small, quaint, cosy, with a friendly local smile and service. Catered well for my vegetarian ways with flavourful food.They also held a little grocery and bottle shop. I just wish I were 2hrs closer so I could visit again.
05/08/2017: Noticed the sign saying "dog friendly" but that barely does justice to how welcome our party of five with four dogs were made to feel. The staff could not have done more, and the food was excellent too. Highly recommended


Food by Breda Murphy

Whalley, Ribble Valley, 20-30£
28/08/2017: Everything about Food By Breda Murphy is excellent!
20/08/2017: We went for an evening meal. Arrived at the table at 8. Food served at 8:45. Left at 9:10!Unfortunately, Breda took our order of lamb but didn't tell us that all we would get was a lamb and pretty much some dressing. No one asked us if the food was ok once it was served so there was no chance to ask for some veg or potatoes etc. Two small pieces of lamb and bit of garnish, as nice as it was, didn't take long to eat. She charged us for one main when we left but...won't go again. Ruined our evening. Advice to diners - have a starter, order extras with your main and expect a quiet night.


Crave Ice Cream

Ventnor East, Isle of Wight, <20£
20/08/2017: Was really disappointed with our visit after reading all of the amazing reviews on TripAdvisor. The ice cream was average at best and they served us churros that was very obviously burnt. We saw much nicer looking ice cream on the sea front.
19/08/2017: We can particularly recommend the caramel button, the double honeycomb and pink flamingo ice creams and also the Lavazza coffee.Very friendly service, reasonably priced and prominently located.


Frank and Beans Gelateria

Lyme Regis, West Dorset
20/08/2017: Amazing icecream in a wide variety of flavours. The best we've all ever tasted and even serve ice cream for dogs! Highly reccomended
16/08/2017: The Chocolate sorbet is vegan!!! It is the best icecream I have ever had in my life.My god its good. Its so good! They also do a dog icecream which is peanut butter and bacon flavour so your best friend need not miss out and can share the joy with you.Cant recommend this place enough. The lady who served us was very lovely and patient with our lengthy decision process. Have the chocolate sorbet, its amazing. I have it on good authority that the mint is also epic but I didnt try.


Penceunant Isaf Tea Rooms

Llanberis, Gwynedd
21/08/2017: After walking Snowdon, this is the perfect place to stop off for some welcome refreshments. We first visited Pen-y-Ceunant a few years ago and returned recently. Thankfully nothing had changed. This place has a quirky charm all of its own. Steffan and his staff just can't do enough for you. Muddy boots are not a problem, and not only are dogs welcome, but blankets were brought out for them so that they could lie down in comfort after their trek up the Llanberis path. The refreshments provided are first class, and the afternoon tea is highly recommended. Pen-y-Ceunant is such a contrast to the commercialism found at Snowdon summit. I recommend it highly, and very much look forward to our next visit.
21/08/2017: I have visited Pen-y-Ceunant many a times after The 3 Peak Challenge, and I couldn't think of a nicer place to end the challenge, Steffan literally pulls out all the stops to welcome you and make sure your visit is comfortable and memorable, I'd recommend this cozy place to anyone who is in the area.Ps thanks for the Welsh fruit cake and cookbook Steffan from Amy and The Challenge Central team xx



Sketty, Swansea
14/08/2017: Wanting to go here for ages but you have to book really far in advance and I'm not the most organised person so never got round to it. However my mums birthday was a great excuse to treat her and myself! The food was outstanding! Every part of each dish was beautiful. They were like art! Service with a smile is always an added bonus! Will be back again!
12/08/2017: We knew there is a long wait for a table at Slice, yet still we left it too late to book for the evening of our anniversary. However when I phoned I was offered a table for lunch, which I hadn't though of so I booked. The restaurant itself is quite inconspicuous and doesn't really look like a restaurant from the outside. Similarly, when you enter and are shown upstairs to the small 16 cover eating area it doesn't look particularly amazing, however we soon discovered that this place's minimalist style is because it simply is all about the food. There were three choices for the starter and main course and two for dessert. My husband ordered duck terrine and liver parfait to begin with and I ordered tomato and bread salad with cheese brûlée. Now I'm not a particular fan of tomatoes but they tasted superb and the brûlée was out of this world! We'd already finished the tiny mini loaves (sliced) of home made brown bread and focaccia which were to die for. I know! It's only bread, you might think, but it was SO tasty. I'd have bought some of the bread to take away with us if I could. Main courses of sea bass with lobster and pigeon breast were beautiful - plates cleared again. Desserts were equally as pleasing, especially my Eton Mess (pictured) which was delightfully presented and entailed having to smash the "cricket ball" with the little cricket bat before consuming. A very novel end to a fantastic meal (no wonder this particular dessert won the Great British Menu prize last year). We ended with coffee and petits fours (raspberry marshmallow and a chocolate fudge) and we had a pleasant and quite reasonably priced red wine to accompany. Each course comes with a recommended wine; there's also a tasting menu complete with "wine flight" available so we now have our sights set on returning to sample this. Should you want to come on a Saturday evening we are told to book around twelve weeks in advance which speaks for itself. Service was relaxed and friendly and as we left, one of the chefs popped his head out of the kitchen to thank us - which we reciprocated - and both waved as we passed. They can be seen cooking through the large shop front style window which is novel. Highly recommended- thank you all for making our anniversary enjoyable and memorable!


Old Vienna Restaurant

Wellswood, Torbay
05/09/2017: Went there for the first time last nightWasn't disappointed. food was exquisite service was just right ambience lovely.Warm cosy setting.wernet was a lovely host.would definitely recommend that you done there Just a word of warning though watch out for the free schnapps it's wicked!!
21/08/2017: My husband and I visited the restaurant to celebrate our anniversary. When booking over the phone we were asked if it was for a celebration. When we arrived we were given a complimentary glass of prosecco as a celebration drink, which we thought was a nice touch. Our meal was amazing each course was cooked to perfection, there was nothing that we didn't enjoy. We found the waiting staff to be very friendly and efficient.. Werner the owner and chef is quite a character, he spent time chatting with us at the end of the evening sharing some of his experiences. His passion for what he does really shines through. At the end of the evening we had the complimentary peach schnapps, which went down well! We had a lovely evening and will definitely return when visiting Torquay again. Would highly recommend.


Sotto Sotto

Abbey, Bath and North East Somerset
21/08/2017: My sister booked our table of 4 several months in advance of our visit, as the restaurant is so popular and I can totally see why!Attentive and friendly waiters, great atmosphere and lighting and an interesting, varied and very fairly priced menu.We enjoyed a delicious dinner, all dishes excellent, and generally spent a really lovely evening there.Highly recommend.
21/08/2017: This restaurant is a feast for the senses, from the outside you would never guess what awaits, but walking down the steps enters you a culinary delight. But even better than the fantastic food is the personable service that doesn't seem forced nor over the top. The food was great, and the wine is not over priced so you can add your favourite drink to the amazing food. I visited this lunchtime and we have already spoke about it to 6 people


Gauthier Soho

West End, City of London,Westminster, 60-100£
05/09/2017: Food and service here are amazing! But beware the bill at the end of the night.
05/09/2017: Out of this world - romantic setting, delicious food, amazing wine and great service. It is pricy but worth every penny. A great place to treat yourself/be treated.

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