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Cheetham, Manchester, >100£
20/03/2017: Fantastic food. Sushi is fabulous and the hot pots are amazing. Everything is very fresh. Also very friendly staff.
18/03/2017: Decidi volver a Umezushi ya que la ultima vez me gusto mucho y no me equivoque realmente delicioso muy contento de nuevo volveré pronto


Gauthier Soho

West End, City of London,Westminster, 60-100£
17/03/2017: My last name is Gauthier, so when we saw this restaurant listed in a travel guide we had to go. We were not disappointed! The attention of staff coupled with fantastic food made for an evening we won't soon forget.It is not inexpensive, but worth it!Merci beau coup!
12/03/2017: To all of the wonderful staff. We came here on a recommendation and don't regret it. What a beautiful house, and from the moment we arrived the staff were so attentive but but not overly so. We chose the tasting menu and every dish was a delight. The truffle risotto was out of this world, very glad we chose this as an option! The sommelier helped us select a wine to go with our food as we didn't want to go for the pairing. The only fault I could pick out is they didn't have the wine we wanted! We will definitely be returning and I would highly recommend it to anyone!


Sotto Sotto

Abbey, Bath and North East Somerset
19/03/2017: Sotto Sotto - lower and lower you go, and there beneath the streets of Bath awaits a magical welcome.We loved the interior - a series of rooms under vaulted arches, magnificently decorated and with a crisp, fully-alive atmosphere. We loved the food - delicious Italian food, beautifully prepared and presented… in my case Bruschetta classica, Casarecce pasta with Taggiasche olives, and passion fruit sorbet. But most of all we loved the staff - such professionals, all Italian, full of character, thoroughly charming.These days Sotto Sotto must be one of the finest restaurants in Bath. Thank you for a memorable evening!
19/03/2017: I won't be able to do it justice in words... Just go here. The food is delicious, the staff are fantastic, the service is impeccable, and the setting is beautiful. Perfect way to spend a special evening.


Midsummer House

Market, Cambridge
17/03/2017: Exquisite food. Fabulous service. Personal touch. Words cannot describe how amazing the experience is. You must try it for yourself.
17/03/2017: The evening tasting menu blew our minds, with flavours, textures and visual delights. All staff were friendly and attentive - particular mention for Maitre d' Marc, and our charming someliere. We were taken on a world tour with a different wine for each course, perfectly matched to the food. The best attention since we had the menu gastronimique at the Grand Monarch in Chartres on our honeymoon forty five years ago.



City Centre, Edinburgh, City of
16/03/2017: What a perfectly relaxing experience in this refined, old world library. After a morning flight in and three hours of touring we needed to recharge. The library is hidden across from St. Giles and is worlds away from the hectic tourist pace. We've done tea's in many fine hotels but what sets this apart is the actual experience of dining in this beautiful library. We did not have reservations as we did decided on this impromptu, yet they graciously were able to accommodate us and our request for one gluten free restriction. We were whisked to a beautiful white clothed and sparking mirrored table with distinctive silverware. The grandeur of the two-story room with all the books and the light peaking through the side windows was extraordinary. We sipped champagne and enjoyed our teas and cappuccino and enjoyed the beautiful, tasty presentations. The food was excellent but it was the entire experience that totally overwhelmed us. If you appreciate the entire ambience of an old world experience this is a must!
15/03/2017: we had previously done Champagne High Tea at another popular Edinburgh establishment. We stumbled across the Signet Library one day and then heard from a bartender at World's End that it was fabulous. we were not dissapointed. The setting, Service, quality of the food and the overall attendtion to details made this the best High Tea.


Gordon Ramsay

Royal Hospital, Kensington and Chelsea, >100£
29/03/2017: Visited this restaurant for my husbands 70th birthday, the food was to die for, I have never understood the saying a dining experience, but my god this is definitely it, you could not fault one thing about the place, staff were amazing especially Jean-Claude so well looked after, yes it's expensive but you are getting amazing food and service, they bought my husband a cake out at the end of our meal which was a lovely touch, and we were also shown around the kitchen which was amazing, could not believe the amount of staff and how immaculately clean they all were as was the kitchen, even the head chef never had a splash of food on him. We highly recommend this restaurant if you are lucky enough to get in, I booked 6 months ahead.n
28/03/2017: If you expect to be blown away that's exactly what happens had high expectations and was stunned with what happened. They went over the top and further this is definitely THE BEST RESTAURANT in the world food service and everything around it from decoration till the end


Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

St Endellion, Cornwall,Isles of Scilly, 60-100£
19/03/2017: Overrated and over-priced. I'm afraid this was a disappointing experience. There is a lack of atmosphere, largely due to the uninspiring decor. The staff were attentive, but I felt, could have explained the dishes on the tasting menu with more detail. The food was good (all fish) but a tad monotonous if I'm honest.Having had a 2010 Pomerol, as per the wine list, we were then given a 2011. The sommelier didn't highlight this and seemed a little put out when we queried it. You would expect the sommelier in a 2 Michelin star restaurant to understand that the year can make a significant difference to the taste, quality and price. The real bug bear and something that should be discouraged, was adding 12.5% gratuity to the bill. Gratuity should not be linked to wine as it requires the same level of service to open a £500 bottle of wine as it does a £50 bottle yet 12.5% of either is a significant difference.Just shy of £1000 for 4 people and it simply was not worth it. Nathan Outlaws is not a patch on Paul Ainsworth's No6 in Padstow.
16/03/2017: Nathan Outlaw's 2 Michelin starred fish restaurant serves a set tasting menu (£125 per head). We were there for dinner so it was dark but it would have astounding views in the light. We did not take the matching wine option (£75 per head). Service is impeccable. Food is exciting and tasted fantastic. This is a wonderful dining experience. Save up and do it!


Hambleton Hall

Exton, Rutland, 60-100£
17/03/2017: Lovely rooms,beautiful gardens,great location overlooking Rutland Water. The food in the restaurant was sublime. A well balanced menu complimented by an extensive wine list.
15/03/2017: From the moment we arrived we felt very welcome. My wife was wished a. Happy Birthday as soon as we got to reception. Our very comfortable room overlooked the beautiful gardens and Rutland water and the sun shone. Our menus had Birthday greeting to my wife printed inside, and other touches made for a lovely reminder. The food was, like everything, excellent.


Penceunant Isaf Tea Rooms

Llanberis, Gwynedd
19/03/2017: We were back for our annual jaunt to Snowdon / Yr Wyddfa this weekend. A group of friends from Marsden, West Yorkshire have been doing this for a few years now, usually in January. So this weekend it was a bit more crowded on the mountain and down in the cafe - but Stefan and the team made us as welcome as always. We were (like everyone else) soaked through. But the roaring fire, coffee and bara brith did the job. Cheers Stefan!
17/03/2017: My friends and I started our adventure at the Pen y Pass Car Park on 16th March 2017. We climbed Snowdon via Lliwedd with the intention of descending along the Pyg Track. The weather was terribly cold and bleak. Torrential rain and freezing conditions. We were soaked to the bone and morale was getting low when we reached the top of the Pyg Track and discovered the descent was blocked by snow and ice. We made the decision to descend via the Llanberis Path. After 7hrs of battling the elements we discovered this gem of a tea room. We were greeted by wonderful people and invited in to get warm and dry with no expectation for us to order anything and they even ordered us a taxi to take us back to Pen y Pass. We were given hot drinks, delicious cake and a lovely tour of the tea room by the owner. Our dog was also made welcome and given dog treats. Everybody was so friendly and hospitable - they went above and beyond. After such a long and difficult day we thought we had found heaven in this tea room. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Pen y Ceunant tea room for a service second to none and we look forward to returning on our next adventure.


The Old Stamp House Restaurant

Ambleside and Grasmere, South Lakeland, 45-60£
16/03/2017: I feel like words just won't do this place justice. I had the taster menu and it was worth every penny and probably more. The dishes were so well put together and the attention to detail was admirable. The portions were surprisingly big but easily finished as they tasted so damn good. Really recommend the scallops & potted shrimp. The waiters were also super attentive making this an all round spectacular experience!
15/03/2017: Decor feels sparse in a modern way and the restaurant is small, which I consider to be a positive. The welcome was warm and we were immediate served with a very tasty duck and barley broth. The choice of pre- dinner drinks was wide and varied, with an impressive array of gins to choose from. Our table chose the smaller of the two taster menus (the whole table must select either the small (5 courses) or large (8 courses) taster menu or the a la carte menu). Before the five courses came two complentary courses, both of which overflowed with flavour. The first course was potted shrimps in a curried cauliflower purée. The taste of each individual element came through - delicious. The smoked roe deer with various flavours mixed in was amazing but the Creme de la creme was the herdwick lamb which consisted of five (I think) different cuts - the lamb taste was unbelievable- one of the best courses I have ever had. One of our party, an experienced cook, stated that this was possibly the best dinner she had ever had. The menu flowed from savoury to sweet with fig and blue cheese on a cake and finished with a superb chocolate and hazelnut mousse with malted barley ice cream - tastes way better than it sounds.Service was polite, friendly but not overbearing.This restaurant is very highly recommended.


The Ritz Restaurant

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St James's, City of London,Westminster
18/03/2017: I visited the Ritz restaurant for the second time last week, using a voucher that was given to me and my partner as a Christmas present. It included a three course meal, a welcome glass of champagne, and two glasses of wine each.It is advertised as "champagne on arrival", however they obviously forgot. After twenty minutes we reminded them, then the waiter bright it out out, and said "here's your champagne to welcome you" in an attempt to cover their oversight! My starter was a mushroom dish. I would describe the broth as slightly superior to an oxo cube, but only slightly. I had lamb for the main course. It was ok, albeit slightly bland, and a tiny portion! There was no veg, so it felt incomplete to me, and not particularly nutritious.The staff were friendly, and the ambience was of course great. But I was disappointed with the overall experience this time.
17/03/2017: We visited The Ritz on the 18th February for Live At The Ritz. What can I say other than WOW. From the moment we walked in to the moment we left, the staff were attentive and friendly, the food was amazing and the entertainment was excellent. We arrived early with the intention to have a glass of champagne but there was a queue of people waiting to go into the bar, a very helpful member of staff showed us to a seat and brought our drinks to save us waiting and made us feel very welcome. We were then shown to our very nice table in the restaurant where we were seated adjacent to each other rather than opposite whdere we could talk easily and both look towards the band and dance floor. We chose the set 4 course option and asked the sommelier if he could provide matched wines. This is not normally provided on a Saturday night but he kindly obliged and I have to say, his selections perfectly matched each course. It really helped enhance our overall experience. The food was outstanding as was the service of the all the staff. They were very professional and friendly, a combination often not often found in high end establishments. The presence of the live band also added to our enjoyment of the evening as we danced the night away. Overall a fantastic night out, what I would call a proper posh night out. Well done to the Ritz, you got it spot on!


McHalls Bistro

Claremont, Blackpool, <20£
06/03/2017: This is a little gem. Small and personal. Lovely surroundings and the food is great. Would make a special trip to Blackpool just to eat here. You have to book but it's well worth it.
02/03/2017: We stayed here for 2 nights and ate on the first night but unfortunately had something else booked for the second night or we would have certainly ate here again - the food was amazing as was the presentation...although there was a candle on the table I did feel a little more lighting would be good just so I could take in the full extent of the fabulous presentation. I had cheese pate to start which was amazing and my husband had another type of pate (can't remember which one) but he said that was equally as good then we both had lamb and believe you me, it was to die for, followed by (I can't remember the real name) but it was a lemon mousse with homemade shortcake, which was presented in a china tea cup and saucer topped with blueberries, again to die for! Daniel the host was fab and very attentive while his partner did all the hard work cooking behind the scenes.We stayed in a room which had everything you needed (not the biggest room in the world) but the cleanliness was absolutely amazing and as for the downstairs decor - this has to be seen to be believed as the pictures on the net really do not do this justice!I cannot recommend McHall's highly enough - keep up the good work boys and we hope to see you soon!


The Goring Dining Room

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St James's, City of London,Westminster
18/03/2017: Dined two days running, Same peculiar menu. Not really my choice. Desserts not enticing.. Delay between starter and main course.
18/03/2017: Another excellent lunch at The Goring for a special birthday with my wife. We didn't tell them to avoid any fuss but the service was faultless and friendly.Superbly cooked and presented food and some rather nice if pricey drinks. The Goring dining room is probably my favourite lunch venue in town. The bar is also a convivial haunt.Diners tend to be towards the mature end of the age spectrum and there are always a few minor celebrities as well as current or former politicians. Once witnessed Thatcher process into the room with an entourage and one guest even curtsied!!


Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond

Leven, West Dunbartonshire, 45-60£
18/03/2017: We visited while staying nearby with relatives, having previously dined here while staying in the lodges by the loch. On both e occasions the dining experience was fabulous. The food innovative, fresh and so full of flavour. The tasting menu we each had was skilfully designed to hit all your taste buds - which it did with perfection. The staff were friendly and helpful. They showed their knowledge of the menu and provenance of the food in a most helpful manner. The only downside is that we live in England and cannot visit more often!
17/03/2017: Recently returned here for a lovely meal with family. Not as good as our last meal here 6 months ago but still very good. Apple and chestnut dessert was a big miss for all of us though the cherry and chocolate dessert afterwards was stunning. Great staff. Friendly, knowledgeable and professional. Bit odd seeing hotel staff using guest toilets in a 5* hotel though he wasn't from the restaurant team.


The Artichoke Restaurant

Amersham Town, Chiltern, 60-100£
13/03/2017: We recently ate at Artichoke on a Friday night as a party of four, with all of us eating off the tasting menu and two of us also drinking the companion wines with each tasting dish. If I could give this 3 1/2 stars I would. Everything was beautifully prepared, but unfortunately with one exception (a really excellent crab thermidor) the tastes were often not particularly memorable, simply nice or okay. The wines were however very well chosen. Service was very friendly but our dinner took 4 hours and I think this was too long and the service too slow. The main downstairs dining room is very characterful but we were shunted upstairs into a pretty nondescript (and empty when we arrived) room with little atmosphere even though we'd booked well in advance. My recommendation would be to avoid upstairs if you can. Regulars have clearly learned to ask for a downstairs room! So it was good, but not very good or excellent and certainly not as great as I'd been hoping and I can't see us rushing back.
13/03/2017: We ate here last week to celebrate my daughters 21st. She & I had the vegetarian taster menu and hubby had the meat one! All the food was delicious as was the Wine Flight!

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