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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.


Crave Ice Cream

Ventnor East, Isle of Wight, <20£
15/11/2016: Sadly closed for the winter, but we still have some in the freezer at home - saving the salt caramel chip to share with friends at xmas. Missing our weekly flavour fix, but looking forward to seeing Tracey & Chris back in the shop in the spring. Wonder what amazing flavours you'll be treating us to.
22/10/2016: Our lovely landlady at the corner house Airbnb gavevuscabpreoaid ice cream voucher what a lovely gift! We tried a few flavours but plumped for Bakewell and mint choc chip Oreo! Yum yum! Friendly owners & nice to have a chat with them too!


Drake's Restaurant

Lovelace, Guildford, 30-45£
14/01/2017: Lovely old building which has been sympathetically decorated to a high standard. The pre dinner drinks were served in a lovely panelled ante room which was very cosy. The main eating area was cooler and rather stark in comparison. We ordered from the Aa la carte menu and the flavours were very concentrated and lovely. My only criticism is that the amount of food was extremely small and I would have liked to have savoured the flavours for longer. I felt it was very expensive for what we got, it is a meal after all. Comparing it to, for instance, 'The Waterside' at Bray, I would definitely go back there for the quality and quantity but not back to Drakes.
23/12/2016: This was an exceptional meal beautifully presented with a wide range of intense, deep flavours. There were one or two things that stop it being excellent overall. We were a group of six and had to have the tasting menu as a 'large group'. I have taken groups of 8 to 3 Michelin Star restaurants and been offered the a la carte menu. Also the time between courses could have been a bit shorter but I recognise this is a personal preference.


The Tudor Room

Thorpe, Runnymede, 60-100£
11/01/2017: Impeccable staff, glorious location, perfect choice of wines to compliment each, out of this world, plate of heavenly food. I think it's safe to say we loved it !
05/01/2017: I’d heard quite a few years ago that the restaurant at Great Fosters has been progressively gaining a reputation as a bastion of food innovation. And I don't doubt that for a bit. For those that area searching for a fantastic fine dining culinary experience, look no further than The Tudor Room!This fine dining (now Michelin starred) restaurant is located in Great Fosters Hotel, just outside Egham. My latest visit was in December 2016 and I am already looking to book for the next dining experience!The restaurant seats a small amount of diners and allows its guests an intimate experience in a beautifully decorated room. My husband and I opted for the flight of wine option – we were not disappointed. It was an absolute pleasure to be served excellently chosen pairing wines by the wonderful Steve the Sommelier (I believe he’s the Head Director of wine at Great Fosters). His choices of grape and detailed explanations of the tasting notes to be observed whilst enjoying each course was brilliantly delivered and not too ‘over the top’. The tasting dinner menu started with canapés and was followed by an artichoke amuse bouche. We knew that the menu would be excellent even at this stage as the colours and form of presentation even on these first two tasting experiences were phenomenal. For the starter I opted for the scallops with broccoli with truffle and hazelnut. The tastes were amazing and the presentation also made the dish especially appealing. The following course of langoustine tea was beautifully fragrant. I opted for pork belly with piccalilli for the main course and ended the dining experience after a cucumber, line and pineapple palate cleanser with a selection of cheeses which came with the most delectable truffle honey. The service throughout was extremely attentive without being too intrusive. Perfect for our special romantic meal! At the end of the sitting I was pleasantly full and could not have consumed anything else. However, the flavours and textures of the entire tasting menu was so excellent I thought it would be a complete injustice not to take advantage of the final optional course offered – I caved in and decided to have the petits fours and coffee. In order to properly relax we were invited to enjoy the coffee and petits fours in the sitting room on the large oh too comfortable sofa. What an amazing experience – totally unrivalled. Though I would love to be selfish and keep the existence of the Tudor Room to myself, Head Chef Douglas Balish’s tremendous work is too good for me to keep quiet. I’m absolutely certain that a table at the Tudor Room will quickly become (if not already) the hottest reservation within a seriously significant mile radius!!


Tush and Pat's Fisherman's Rolls

Old Hastings, Hastings
18/11/2016: Best rolls in the county ,cooked right in front of you , the host's where full of chat absolutely brilliant , fish was cooked to perfection going back to Hastings next year and will defiantly going there for our Saturday lunch
15/11/2016: Although there is usually a long queue they are well worth the wait. Very tasty and well cooked rolls. These are served from a little hut behind the fishing huts in Rock-a-nore in the old town of Hastings. Parking is at the end of the road.


The Green Almond

Meads, Eastbourne, 20-30£
16/01/2017: Lovely food.... advisable to book. Well worth making s special trip if you want vegetarian food It is popular & only open at lunch time
12/01/2017: Not sure why it took us so long to try this place for lunch but we will return again soon. We had the £8.50 help yourself lunch place with a assortment of salad dishes plus bread and a couple of hot dishes. Everything was delicious! Neither of us is a vegetarian but enjoy good food. Service was fine and friendly and it didn't feel over busy even though all tables were full. We then had the cherry and almond tart as a treat - light as a feather.


Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons

Great Milton, South Oxfordshire, >100£
19/01/2017: This is one of the most famous restaurants in the UK and richly deserves the accolades it has collected over the years.House in a beautiful house and gardens the warm welcome and degree of expectation of something a bit special heightens ones senses.We enjoyed an a la carte lunch which took a wonderful relaxed three hours from cocktails through to coffee in the loungeYou never realise how many guests there are on the day as the lounges and dining rooms are several ,small and discreet. A great relaxed quiet atmosphere runs throughout,no rush no fuss .So we were a party of four and every single choice on the menu was wonderful , from little tasters to the three main course. Presentation was pure artistry and the flavours superb.The confidence in the ingredients and the ability to blend and fuse flavours is remarkable. Because your senses are at such a high level of expectation every mouthful zooms past your expectations to the highest levels of your gastronomic experiences.Simply excellent.The wines are heavily biased towards France as you would expect , and both our red and white wines were excellent from a couple of small domains with good locations and provenance. [ so well done me for choosing them]The team at Le Manoir are so well equipped to give you the very best experience you can relax in the knowledge that whatever you choose , or are recommended will be a delight.Avoid any 'value judgements' as it is pointless- this is a whole experience and something mere mortals only enjoy rarely .Hence the value rating is impossible to measure.Just take the memories and have a lovely time.
18/01/2017: We took my Mum for dinner on her 70th Birthday. The whole experience was wonderful and memorable. The food delicious and service second to none. Reassuringly expensive and worth every penny.


Orwells at Shiplake

Shiplake, South Oxfordshire, 60-100£
17/01/2017: We had an amazing evening. The food , staff and atmosphere where all fabulous. Couldn't of been better. Very happy customers and will definitely be returning very soon.
05/01/2017: We had a truly memorable lunch at Orwell's. It was a relatively spur of the moment booking to cheer up my dining companion, and it certainly produced the desired result. There is a very well priced lunch menu, but we decided to mix and match a bit, just because some of the dishes on the à la carte menu were so appealing and we just could not resist the scallops with cauliflower purée and white truffles. The room itself is a wonderful blend of the old and the contemporary, intimate, but with space between the tables so that you do not feel that your personal space is being invaded. Service was warm and charming, there is a good selection of wines by the glass and a decent sized car park. What more could the discerning diner possibly want?



Rye, Rother, 30-45£
02/01/2017: Perfection everytime! Specialists in all things chocolaty and hot. Don't expect a vast choice of other drinks but if you're a hot chocolate lover, you're in for a treat. Don't burn your tongue in your eagerness to consume heaven in a bowl (or paper cup if doing the takeout option) as I did today. Marshmallows are fab too! Great to see someone doing something really well without trying to be all things to all people and missing the mark. Try not to think about the calorie count!
30/12/2016: On a day visit to Rye we stopped off at Knoops for a hot chocolate on the way back to the car. The moment I walked into the store I could smell the chocolate. HEAVEN! I tried one of the white hot chocolates. Up until this day my favourite hot chocolate had been one I bought at the top of the Rila mountain in Bulgaria. Knoops has surpassed it!! Next time I'm in Rye I'll be going to Knoops twice!



Newport North, Isle of Wight
19/01/2017: Best place I've ever eaten in my life! From the moment you walk in the door you are treated like royalty and the food.....blows your mind.
17/01/2017: Took my family there for dinning and had the most amazing meal, totally looked after from the minute we walked through the door. TOTALLY OUTSTANDING. Thank you.


Restaurant 27

St Jude, Portsmouth, 60-100£
18/01/2017: Interesting food, excellent service. The restaurant was a gym ( many many years ago) so it's difficult to create ambiance in the space but it makes up for it with the food.
18/01/2017: Went with another couple, who had been before, the Restaurant filled up as the evening progressed, obviously many had been before. given a drink & canapes at a bar table with menus, which are all set, each table needs to have same price one, but there are choices on each course. all food cooked to order, hence timings need to right. Good flavours and cooking, service attentive but not overly so. relaxed atmosphere. will go again


Waterside Inn

Bray, Windsor and Maidenhead, >100£
17/01/2017: A treat from our son and his new wife, for us and son,s new wife's parents Christmas Eve lunch, simply the best meal ever. A celebration of their recent marriage and my wife's birthday. The food was absolutely delicious and looked fabulous. The service throughout the best I have ever experienced. I now understand why Diego Masciaga is so highly rated in the world as a Maitre D. From the moment our car was valet parked to its return we were treated to an exhibition of top quality un obtrusive hospitality. What a team!For most of us there needs to be a special occasion to dine at the Waterside. I for one would recommend this restaurant in a heartbeat, it will make that occasion a memorable social experience.For years I have wanted to dine at the Waterside, and I was not disappointed in any way. We already are planning to re book for next year. A worthy addition to anyone's bucket list.
10/01/2017: Visited the waterside on the evening of the 9th of January for a couple of drinks with friends,and ended up in a confrontation with the landlady for my negative review I posted on trip advisor.I found her to be very unprofessional in her duty as a landlady and i will not be returning until she has succeeded in upsetting all of the regulars and relieved of her duties.


Wild Thyme Restaurant and Rooms

Chipping Norton, West Oxfordshire
18/01/2017: I came here a few months ago with my partner as a celebration dinner. Having read all the great reviews we thought this would be a perfect choice. The homemade breads brought out at the start were really lovely but unfortunately after this it took almost 40 minutes for our starters to arrive and then an hour and half for our mains. This was really disappointing as the restaurant wasn't busy and we were given no explanation or apology for the massive delay, we were pretty much just ignored for the whole visit. Overall a disappointing visit and we probably wouldn't come back again.
13/01/2017: Having booked into the newly opened Premier Inn in Chipping Norton we checked Trip Advisor for local eateries. NB Wild Thyme is NOT the same as the restaurant section at the Premier Inn but is about four hundred yards away into town.At Wild Thyme we tried the scallops with crunchy topping and the pigeon breast starters, both were fab. Mains were the pork and the rabbit courses. The rabbit was off the bone and very very tasty. Wines can be had by the glass and the house champagne is inexpensive and a nice wine.Desserts were too many to make selection easy but we plumped for the cheese course and prune tart with toffee ice cream.Staff here are a delight and take pride in their work. They add one of the ssentials to a convivial evening. I found the crossmembers under the tables a tad tricky to negotiate, but a small detail surely.Best wishes for 2017.Tim Martin if you read this, you need a rethink re the Premier Inn restaurant name!!


Kathton House

Sturry South, Canterbury
18/01/2017: visited here for mine and my husband's significant birthdays and had a truly delightful evening. Our table had been decorated as a suprise which was a lovely touch. The waiting staff although young were welcoming ,pleasant, and discretely efficient. The food was outstanding and the little extra tasters were very good. All in all we had a wonderful time and will definately be visiting again.
15/01/2017: We had been here once before and had a fantastic meal so we were interested to see if our second visit would be as good. And it really didn't disappoint. There was 4 of us and we all thoroughly enjoyed every course, each one exceeding our expectations. The staff are brilliant, we can't fault this restaurant in any way. Thanks for a superb evening.


The Corner House

Thanet Villages, Thanet
18/01/2017: We were in the area and looked on trip advisor for a nice restaurant close by. The reviews were not wrong. Amazing food, fantastic service. Would highly recommend. Hope to visit again soon.
16/01/2017: Visited Saturday evening.Meal was great, we had the sharing lamb so tender and flavoursome.I mentioned a dietary requirement to the waiter and within moments he provided me with a menu identifying suitable choices.Service overall was relaxed,friendly and efficient.Our second visit and will certainly return.

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