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Cheetham, Manchester, >100£
18/01/2017: What a hidden little gem this is. It's a very small restaurant so would recommend booking. The food was amazing, great staff that were happy to help with our questions. Will definitely come again.
15/01/2017: It is difficult to get into this place because it only has a few tables so you always have to book (on line, they don't take telephone reservations!) - but it is well worth it! The food is sublime and the staff are helpful and friendly. I can't praise this place too highly - we had the taster menu and it was amazing. If you love Japanese food you need to visit, it's the best in Manchester.


Gauthier Soho

West End, City of London,Westminster, 60-100£
17/01/2017: Booked here for lunch for a girls day out in London based on the trip advisor reviews as wanted to try somewhere different to our usual pleased that I did!On arrival initially shown to a table upstairs in a private room. Asked to be moved as wanted the atmosphere of the main restaurant and we were quickly accommodatedGiven a lovely table by the window. We decided to choose the fixed price lunch with champagne & wine. Champagne to start, followed by Beetroot amuse bouche with Parmesan crisp...delightful!Truffle risotto starter was amazing & worth every penny of the supplement. Butternut squash went down well too.Pork done 2 ways was fantastic with a lovely picpoul de pinetA little creme brûlée taster and then cheese selection. Coffee & petite fours to finish off!Just delicious...didn't want it to end!Service attentive but not over fussy. A great place, great location & atmosphere, with amazing food! Would certainly recommend!
16/01/2017: We had a wonderful time at Gauthier Soho, last week. The staff were very attentive and unobtrusive, carefully attending to our needs in an efficient yet friendly and welcoming manner. All four of us chose the lunch menu with wine. This was simply superb; there were a range of choices and each was carefully presented and delicious. We were also provided with complementary canapés, pre-dessert and petit fours, which were all equally delectable. The wines were excellent and matched the food extremely well. All in all, we had a superb time and cannot recommend Gauthier Soho highly enough. It is truly outstanding and we will definitely return soon.


Sotto Sotto

Abbey, Bath and North East Somerset
18/01/2017: I love Italian food, and travelled from South Wales to Bath to go here for my birthday lunch and it was definitely worth the effort! The ambience is amazing, the waiting staff delightfully Italian, friendly and attentive, but not overly so. And the food.....divine. Everything is fresh and delicious. I had a lovely little sealed note from the staff and Happy Birthday sung to me in a way it had has never happened before. It was wonderful and very special. I agree with a previous reviewer who said the profiteroles were a dream. And the sauce............... We will certainly visit again...very soon , I hope. Just also like to say that when we were there a visiting family from Italy were there and thoroughly enjoying the experience.
17/01/2017: We came in with high expectations which were easily met. The profiteroles were an absolute dream! Thank you to the lovely and professional staff for a memorable dining experience.



City Centre, Edinburgh, City of
19/01/2017: This is a place that I love going to. The surroundings and the service are wonderful. We go for afternoon tea which is served using crisp white tablecloths in beautiful china on lovely cake stands. You can choose your tea preference and everything is so relaxed. If you are shopping or just meeting friends this makes a lovely finish to the afternoon!
18/01/2017: My family and I visited today to celebrate a belated birthday.The atmosphere was amazing, the service first class and the food was superb. We will certainly visit again. Thank You for a beautiful afternoon.


Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

St Endellion, Cornwall,Isles of Scilly, 60-100£
07/01/2017: What a great venue for all the family, beautifully made over, staff great, food brilliant, service very good and quality great. Very comfortable and relaxing with good beverages. Must try if your down that way.
29/12/2016: We’ve been to Nathan’s flagship restaurant a couple of times before when it was based at St Endoc Hotel at Rock but this was our first visit to his relocated restaurant at Port Issac. Rather than dinner this time we went for lunch. As ever there was a warm friendly greeting from Steffi who showed us to our table overlooking the wonderful Cornish coastline – the tables are located at first floor level. We elected to go for the set lunch menu; 4 courses (with an optional cheese course) without the wine flight option this time as I was driving – but we did share a bottle of the local Camel Valley ‘Daribole’ Bacchus, my girlfriend drinking the lions share! Before the first course they initially brought out some freshly baked bread (which they just kept bringing out if you wanted more – which we did!) The first offering from the menu was cod’s roe served with beautiful wafer thin sour dough slices. The roe was very nice, both with the sour dough slices & the bread. The second course was a fillet of gurnard with a Porthilly sauce (made from shore crabs). The gurnard was beautifully cooked & tasted superb with the sauce (and yes more bread was required to help mop up the exquisite sauce!). The third course was a turbot fillet served with winter vegetables & green sauce. Yet again the fish was cooked to perfection & went very well with the vegetables including some lovely chargrilled cauliflower. The desert course was quince jelly with a satsuma mousse & hazelnuts which was also incredibly good. Another great dining experience with superb food, excellent service, breath-taking views & the icing on the cake was Nathan himself coming out to chat to the diners & have photos taken – a fabulous lunch in Nathan’s new home


Gordon Ramsay

Royal Hospital, Kensington and Chelsea, >100£
19/01/2017: Wanted to go on previous trips to London. Finally made it. Well worth the wait. Only one word to describe it Excellent! Not crazy about a lot of food in London but this is top of the line and we have eaten in restaurants all over the world. If you can get a reservation don't miss it. A must. Great place Gordon!
19/01/2017: I bought my wife a masterclass experience for her birthday which meant that she would be grafting in the kitchen all morning and I would saunter in just in time for lunch demanding to be wined and dined.I wasnt aware that the restaurant doesn't open over the weekend so the only customers were the 'trainee chefs' and their guests. My wife said that she had the most fantastic time in the kitchen and that Matt and his team could not have been more helpful and friendly - she was quite nervous beforehand as she isnt, by her own admission, the most accomplished cook in the world but it didnt make a difference and she was immediately put at ease. When I arrived, i was greeted with a glass of champagne and shown to a table. This is my only slight criticism of the entire event... if it wasnt for one of the other guests beckoning me over to her table, I and the subsequent arriving guests could have been sat in a rather isolated, awkward silence until being seated for lunch but possibly fuelled by one or more glasses of champagne, my new best friend set the tone for what turned out to be a superb afternoonWhen the chefs arrived, they joined us for a well earned glass of bubbly and they all commented how hot it was in the kitchen and how much they'd enjoyed watching and participating in the preparation and cooking of the food.There were two tables of six in the entire restaurant and in turn, each was invited into the kitchen to watch the participants plate up each course - there was no issue with us taking in cameras and snapping away and it was obvious that in the limited time everyone had spent together, there was a great rapport between the entire team (professionals and not quite professionals).It's pointless me going into too much detail about the food as it has been well covered by other reviews and despite my wife's best endeavours, it was unsurprisingly, excellent. Each course was accompanied by a delicious wine and our glasses were attentively replenished which was much appreciated.At no time did we feel as though were being rushed, the front of house team made us feel very comfortable and it was a very leisurely lunch indeed.My wife said that it was one of the best experiences of her life and she would thoroughly recommend it - from my perspective, it was a great occasion in a very relaxed atmosphere eating superb food and drinking lovely wine with delightful company - what more could I ask for?


Midsummer House

Market, Cambridge
19/01/2017: The warm welcome we received on arrival set the scene and we instantly felt relaxed. Make time to enjoy a drink and the little canapé works of art that will be presented to you whilst sipping that something bliss, sitting in the glass lounge overhanging the river Camb. It was a delight. The dining room is bright, comfy with well spaced tables. There was a sound of calm from the knowledgeable staff and the ripples of delight from the other diners. You felt everything was in perfect control, which left you the guest to sink back and just enjoy. All the dishes presented were rather wow and tasted even more so. We left it to the Sommelier to advise us on wines and we truly loved her recommendations. Front of house lead by Marc were superb, with their enthusiasm shining through and that was the case until they had waved us off. It was the same balance of professional passion throughout our stay. Will be shouting our praise to all who will listen.
15/01/2017: Been looking forward to this visit for months. We had a bit of sketchy start, felt a bit intimidated and then the champagne trolley trundled over ( like a throw back to the 70's?) while I was looking at the wine bible they had handed me... Some of the wines in this encyclopaedia were more than I earn in a month and no price was given on the extensive glasses of bubbly that were offered - fearing these glasses could be a weeks wages I slightly starteldly ordered a beer :)I guess they presume everyone that comes doesn't need to worry about money where as I had saved to come here.The second amuse bouch or horderve... what ever turned up - it was the single best thing that I've ever tasted, a celery sobert aparantely, awesome. Next dish was some kind of squash veloute I can still taste it now it was stunning, things continued in this fashion..I will be saving for another trip here but still don't think I'll pick a randomly priced glass of champagne.


The Ritz Restaurant

2 offers
St James's, City of London,Westminster
19/01/2017: Our evening at the Ritz was amazing!This place just oozes class.We booked last minute on a champagne three course deal which was almost too good to be true. An absolutely gorgeous meal of the highest standard you could get ANYWHERE in the world.The service is just the best although being the Ritz you wouldn't expect anything less.Well done the Ritz for a truly first class experience .Highly recommended.
19/01/2017: Wir haben spontan entschieden, im Ritz zu dinieren und den Geburtstag meiner Frau nachzufeiern. Wir hatten Glück und am nächsten Abend einen Tisch bekommen. Am Telefon wurden wir auf die Kleidervorschriften hingewiesen - sehr freundlich. Unser Sohn war nicht in allen Belangen Ritz-tauglich ausgerüstet (nur Sneakers dabei...und natürlich keine Krawatte) - was wir erwähnten. "Kein Problem - Sie kommen ins Ritz und wir haben eine Lösung.." Solidarisch habe ich entschieden auf das Anlegen einer Krawatte zu verzichten... Im Ritz wurden wir äusserst freundlich empfangen und der Chef de Service hat uns dann geholfen - eine tolle Auswahl an Krawatten wurde uns zur Verfügung gestellt. Die Dekoration war immer noch auf Weihnachten eingestellt - üppig, aber mit Stil. Der Eingangsbereich zum Restaurant ist mit ineinander geschlungenen britischen Flaggen (Union Jack) dekoriert - gute alte Zeiten. Um 19.30h war der Afternoon Tea immer noch voll im Gange! Ich war irgendwie froh, dass wir uns für ein Diner im Restaurant entschieden haben. Im wunderschönen Speisesaal haben wir einen sensationellen Tisch bekommen - mit Übersicht über den ganzen Saal. Musikalisch wurde das Diner von Klavier, Geigen und Cello begleiten. Dazu hat eine Sängerin in einem goldenen Abendkleid Lieder aus den 20er Jahren (1920er) zum besten gegeben. Na gut es war nicht gerade Adele, aber hat die Stimmung doch massgeblich positiv beeinflusst. Der Service war äusserst zuvorkommend, elegant und die Kellner sind charmant und haben einen guten Humor. Man nimmt sich Zeit, plaudert ein wenig und man merkt, dass die Leute gerne hier arbeiten und einen unglaublichen Spirit verbreiten. Man nimmt sich Zeit und es ist enorm entspannend. Natürlich haben wir auch gegessen... Die Speisekarte ist relativ klein, aber fein. Viele Klassiker sind zu finden und wir haben uns für die Ente entschieden - gute Wahl. Die Challonente war perfekt auf den Punkt gegart - schön rosa und die Haut doch eine knusprige Konsistenz. Ich hatte leider auf der Karten DEN Klassiker übersehen - Filet Wellington! Dieser wurde am Nachbartisch serviert... ein (nicht der einzige) Grund wieder zu kommen. Der Weinkarte ist erlesen - man findet alles, was das Herz begehrt. Zum Apero wurden verschiedene Pol Roger Champagner (Churchill's Favoriten) im Offenausschank zu fairen Preisen angeboten. Zur Ente haben wir uns dann für einen Rotwein aus dem Rhonegebiet von Guigal entschieden - perfekte Harmonie. Und zum Nachtisch mussten wir natürlich die Crêpes Suzette bestellen - ein Schauspiel - am Tisch zubereitet. Wunderbar! Während dem ganzen Abend habe ich zum Eingang rübergeschickt - fehlte nur noch, das Figuren aus den Agatha Christie Stücken - Hercule Poirot oder Miss Marple - zum Diner kommen. Ein perfekter Abend - wir haben uns schon lange nicht mehr in einem Lokal so wohl gefühlt und kommen ganz sicher wieder. Und zum Abschied hat meine Frau noch einen Kuchen zum Geburtstag mitbekommen - Erwartungen massiv übertroffen.


Penceunant Isaf Tea Rooms

Llanberis, Gwynedd
17/01/2017: Loved the great cake, owner and service. We were treated so well during our visit. I would visit again.
15/01/2017: Steffan's cafe is a fantastic place. We've been several times and EVERY time we have such a friendly welcome - we love coming to chat with Steffan by the fire! The bara brith, homemade lemonade, and heavenly hot chocolate are scrumptious, and Steffan introduced us to welsh cakes with cream and jam on our last visit - what a fab idea, so yummy! Steffan is a fountain of knowledge about the local area (and beyond), and is just SO kind - nothing is too much trouble. We invested in the cookbook too, fantastic! Lovely people, lovely place, we never go to North Wales without visiting - can't wait for next time! Diolch yn fawr iawn! :) <3



Morley North, Leeds, 20-30£
18/01/2017: First visit to prashads. Went with people that realy raved on how good it were, who had been many times before. I have to be honest it didnt do it for us.the menu is very different to your usual choice in an indian so it wernt what we expected . portions are small and i mean small. But the prices are large.but i have to say that what we had wer very wernt bland you could taste all the spices .the quality is good and the presentation nice..its a nice place decor wise,waiter wer a bit slack tho think he wer glad we went but probs wont go again .
16/01/2017: Superb food & a huge choice, as a vegetarian for > 25 years it's always great to be able to select from everything on the menu. Service is quick & it is clearly very popular as you need to book during the week & it's always busy. Will definitely return when I'm in the area, slight criticism - the cutlery is odd & chunky, but hey, not a big deal really


The Goring Dining Room

8 offers
St James's, City of London,Westminster
18/01/2017: Not a huge choice, but around seven choices in each starter, main, desert. All amazing! I found I could have had my food hotter, but then my husband said it was fine. Overall, the service was faultless, attention without being intrusive. Can't wait to go back.
17/01/2017: We expected a very fine dining experience before we got here, and The Goring Dining Room did not disappoint. From the moment we were seated, wonderful services provided, ambiance, presentation, and most notably the delicious food (especially the Beef Wellington), we were extremely happy to have been here. We certainly shall return for more of this place in the future.


The Old Stamp House Restaurant

Ambleside and Grasmere, South Lakeland, 45-60£
15/01/2017: Our visit to the Old Stamp House was for a special occasion and the food, staff and overall experience, exceeded expectation (we had read the trip advisor reviews prior and so our expectations were, as a result, excitedly high).The seasonal and Cumbrian-inspired emphasis of the evening tasting menu was a real treat. We especially liked the three way Hogget plate, rhubarb dessert plate and the cheese course.Craig was a superb host and all staff were friendly and efficient. The restaurant has a cozy vibe, probably in part thanks to it being cellar-level, and we found the atmosphere relaxed and welcoming.It was a pleasure to dine here, and we hope to return.
14/01/2017: As usual my favourite place to eat! Highly recommended, great staff that can't do enough for you with fantastic attitudes towards their job and a lovely feel. I shall be telling my friends to visit and will consider having my anniversary meal here with my husband next month!


McHalls Bistro

Claremont, Blackpool, <20£
16/01/2017: I visited this place for the first time ,I checked it up on TripAdvisor, the food and the service was amazing,you must try it for yourself you won't be disappointed, I will definitely be back.
15/01/2017: We booked in at McHalls because of the reviews on Tripadvisor. Having spent a freezing day exploring Blackpool we literally blew into McHalls chilled to the bone and very windswept. The area that the restaurant is in didn't look great, just around the corner from the Flying Handbag pub (love that name)! However rang the door bell and when the door was opened we were greeted by a our warm and friendly host. We were shown into the dining room and immediately felt that we didn't want to be anywhere else. The restaurant was warm and intimate with really interesting memorabilia from shows that had ben put on in the local theatre. The menu was varied with daily specials, everyone in our party of 4 was well catered for. The wine list was good with something to suit all budgets and tastes. When the food came out we were not disappointed, hot, fresh, tasty - delicious! Throughout the meal our host laughed and joked and made sure we had everything we wanted.At the end of the evening the thought of leaving this warm oasis was horrible but unfortunately we had to! I would most definitely return!


Hambleton Hall

Exton, Rutland, 60-100£
17/01/2017: Expensive, but well worth it. You are made to feel special and the food is out of this world: please go, if only for a special occasion.
04/01/2017: We had the three course a la carte menu and we were delighted with the quality of the food. We both had venison as the main course which was cooked to our liking (one medium rare and one medium) and the sommelier recommended an excellent wine to go with it.What really impressed me was the expertise of the serving staff who knew all abou the dishes they were serving. In particulr, the traditional cheese trolley was served by a young lady who knew just what she had available and helped me choose.Altogether a really good expeience from beginning to end.


The Artichoke Restaurant

Amersham Town, Chiltern, 60-100£
14/01/2017: We went there for our anniversary . Food was great , very good wine and service excellent . We go to this place regularly and it has never failed to impress! Tasting menu is what I recommend , cheese also selection great !
09/01/2017: This place I found only good for special occasions. As it bit too expensive but you get what you really paid for.I will be visiting soon in another occasion.

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