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Restaurant Review: Commerce Inn in New York’s West Village

An entrepreneur launching an Eritrean, Tibetan, or Surinamese restaurant in New York can, by locating in the right neighborhood, have a built-in following of people who grew up with the food and who will likely give it at least a whirl. Not so for anyone setting up a Shaker-inspired restaurant, like Jody Williams and Rita […]

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Restaurant Review: Italian La Nonna in Brixton

La Nonna offers artisanal plates and simple Italian cuisine at Market Row in Brixton… Photo: La Nonna London’s love affair with Italian cuisine has been going on for a long time, but many of the latest additions to the capital’s dining scene seem more focused on interiors than food. While Insta-famous restaurants gain traction on […]

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Restaurant review: Les Cents Marches in Versailles

The sumptuous surroundings of Versailles, where you can dine on a menu designed by Alain Ducasse © Renee Kemps Since its opening last June, the magnificent 14-room hotel Les Airelles Château de Versailles Le Grand Contrôle has been hailed as one of the most exclusive and refined new hotels in France. Not surprising, given that […]

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Restaurant Review: The Watervale Hotel

Typically, a chef’s day starts mid-morning: there are deliveries to accept, menus to write and mise en place to prepare. But for Nicola Palmer, the life of a chef is a little different. She starts each day at dawn, checking out the morning bounty in the fruit and vegetable orchards of Penobscot Farm, an organic […]

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Try the Aberdeen Atholl Hotel institution screen

Throughout the various lockdowns, my son and I met his friend and dad for a football game every Saturday morning, rain, hail or shine. On our way home, we pass the Atholl Hotel. Already starved from our athletic endeavors, the smells emanating from the kitchen make us groan in equal measure of pleasure and frustration […]

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Indigenous restaurant review: Menu challenges everything Veganuary stands for

SSo far, 2022 hasn’t been the breath of fresh air we needed. Among the big news lines last week was the story of a Turkish farmer who decided to donate cow VR headsets to make them feel like they’re outside in sunny pastures, instead of inside barns. This apparently caused them to produce more milk. […]

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Restaurant Review: SeaSpray Inlet Grill

Nestled under a canopy of trees on Camino Real just before reaching the Inlet, Waterstone Resort & Marina underwent a half-million dollar renovation last year and rebranded its waterfront restaurant under the name SeaSpray Inlet Grill. Although it is a hotel restaurant, the atmosphere, the views and the general tropical atmosphere lend themselves to the […]

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Restaurant Review: After at the Orchard, Grantley Hall

Tartiflette The first and only time I went there ski I found myself on the second day lying on a mountain in the blood wagon and spent the rest of the week in a French hospital with a broken leg. Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise I’ve never had the après […]

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Culinary treats at Drovers Inn in Angus

With the celebrations now a distant memory and the tree decorations tucked away in the shed, I kept two rose-shaped garlands of lights inside the house, their faint amber glow offering a touch of festive comfort to those days of darkness and squall. I hate January. I mean, what’s there to love? The stores are […]

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The Rosendale, West Dulwich – Restaurant review

Having recently made the transition from an old-fashioned boozer to a gastropub – just as the word ‘gastropub’ has lost all meaning, according to the Zagat restaurant guide – the spacious and beautifully decorated establishment draws a grown-up crowd of well-heeled locals. THE GRUB: The avocado and shrimp cocktail starter served in a Martini glass […]

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Hampton Manor Hotel review, Solihull: one of the UK’s most gourmet hotels

The rooms A master class in exquisite, old-fashioned English interiors that don’t feel stuffy or run down. William Morris wallpaper, earthy tones (burnished red headboards, seashell-pink velvet sofas) and chunky curtains abound, but there are also mid-century touches – 1950s-style armchairs, geometric bar carts – to prevent the interiors from leaning too strongly towards the […]

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Hotel review: Harvey’s Point should be in the Irish Hotel Hall of Fame

If there was a Hall of Fame for Irish hotels, Harvey’s Point would be one of its first inductees. Since opening just over 30 years ago, the beloved Donegal has grown into one of the country’s most beloved stays – a blend of genuine hospitality and well-oiled machine that has brought a generation of guests […]

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Hotel review: Harvey’s Point should be in the Irish Hotel Hall of Fame

If there was a Hall of Fame for Irish hotels, Harvey’s Point would be one of its first inductees. Since opening just over 30 years ago, the beloved Donegal has grown into one of the country’s most beloved stays – a blend of genuine hospitality and well-oiled machine that has brought a generation of guests […]

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Wild Mango at Crocker Park impresses with its elegance and sophisticated seafood

I was pretty confident that I was underdressed. I was at Crocker Park in Westlake for a bit of light shopping and a movie, with time for dinner in between. I really wanted to experience Wild Mango – not just because I had salivated in front of the sophisticated, Asian and European chef-owner Jia Wei, […]

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Restaurant review: Belfast’s stylish Howard Street is synonymous with consistency

Howard Street, 56 Howard Street, Belfast, Tel. : 02890 248631 Tthe best compliment you can pay any restaurant, that is to say that it is compliant. And a synonym for that in Northern Ireland is the excellent Howard Street which has never let me down. I have eaten there on at least a dozen occasions […]

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Restaurant review: Gleneagles Birnam Brewery

There is nothing I love more than a fancy hotel at Christmas. To me, nothing beats that sense of grandeur, style, and generosity that really only comes with someone else’s space, scale, and money. This is not what I like about my own domestic celebrations which rest on the usual pillars of family, food, friends […]

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Babbo, Mayfair, London – Restaurant Review

Babbo The scene: From time to time, you come across a little gem of a restaurant hidden away in the maze of streets that is London. My friend and I find Babbo while walking through Mayfair on a cold autumn evening. It is a chic establishment; white tablecloths and chandeliers add a touch of formality […]

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The Old Mill Inn proves why it’s busy in Brodie near Forres

For a small village, Brodie, on the outskirts of Forres, has a lot to offer. There is of course the world famous castle and the almost equally famous Countryfare – an upscale shop and restaurant. Straddling the A96 between Aberdeen and Inverness, hundreds of vehicles turn into Countryfare, but I’d love to see more of […]

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Nur Kitchen on Buford Highway

To exploreDeKalb County Restaurant News Legend Chef and owner Shay Lavi is at the center of things at Nur Kitchen. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Credit: Mia Yakel Legend Chef and owner Shay Lavi is at the center of things at Nur Kitchen. (Mia Yakel for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Credit: Mia Yakel Credit: Mia […]

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Restaurant review: The Catalina at Lough Erne Resort, the fun is in the details at the Co Fermanagh classic

Le Catalina, Lough Erne Resort, 193 Lough Shore Road, Enniskillen. Phone. : 028 6632 3230 ow winter is here this drive to Enniskillen from Belfast is a joy. Slow tractors and trailers are gone and all the trucks still in motion are in a hurry. This means that Lough Erne Resort is now much closer […]

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Restaurant review: House of Ming at Taj Mahal Hotel New Delhi

Located in the heart of the city, the Taj Mahal hotel and its heritage have always been cherished by guests. Whether it is their promise of “Tajness” or their exquisite restaurants, they have never failed to always put forward the best. And as a result of this culinary excellence, we landed at the iconic House […]

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Hotel Reviews: Edinburgh’s Kimpton Charlotte Square has a ‘Golden Age of Travel’ vibe

Great British Bolt Holes: The Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel in Edinburgh has a ‘Golden Age of Travel’ vibe – and is the perfect place to explore the city Lizzie Enfield says the rooms are ‘comfortable and quirky, with great views and eclectic artwork’ She finds the hotel’s Baba restaurant mixes Middle Eastern and Celtic menus […]

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Schnitzel Forever, London: “Total crowd pleaser, no crowds” – restaurant review | Food

Schnitzel Forever, 119 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0UD (020 7419 0022). Starters £ 7 – £ 10, main courses £ 9.50 – £ 25, desserts £ 4.50 – £ 6.50, wines from £ 24 Schnitzel forever, a small restaurant in Stoke Newington, London, is the cornerstone of a growing chain of stores with […]

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Brook’s, West Yorkshire: ‘A surprisingly good modern brewery’ – restaurant review | Food

Brook’s, 6 Bradford Road, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 1RW (01484 715284). Small plates £ 7.50 to £ 10, large plates £ 16.50 to £ 25, desserts £ 6.50 to £ 7, wines from £ 21 My name is Jay Rayner and I am helpless in the face of good bread. I am especially helpless in […]

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Luckenbooths opens on High Street in Edinburgh, restaurant review – is the food as legendary as the location?

I am not particularly superstitious. I don’t wear lucky pants at most restaurant reviews, and I don’t have a rabbit’s foot to ward off the curse of bad food and wobbly tables. Register now to our daily newsletter The newsletter i cut through the noise I never bother to throw salt over my shoulder and […]

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The Copper Dog at the Craigellachie Hotel in Speyside

On a recent trip to North Speyside my boyfriend and I found ourselves in the difficult situation of finding a cool, yet laid back, place for lunch. It had been a flying night tour after visiting the Macallan Distillery the day before. A quick Google pointed out that the Craigellachie Hotel was a short drive […]

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Fadiga, London: “The pasta is really delicious” – restaurant review | Food

Fadiga, 71 Berwick Street, London W1F 8TB (020 3609 5536). Starters £ 8-£ 12, main courses £ 9-£ 18, desserts £ 8-£ 9, wines from £ 25 I knew my ridiculous hair made sense. This is this review. Because without my midlife crisis expressed through shiny braids, I wouldn’t have been introduced to Fadiga. It […]

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Restaurant 18 at the Rusacks Hotel in St Andrews

There is nothing I love more than a great hotel restaurant, but finding an experience where food is not an afterthought grudgingly and overpriced for residents and account holders. of spending is extremely difficult locally. Memories of terrible meals at famous hotels in Dundee and St Andrews predate Covid although I am now convinced that […]

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The Wigmore, London: “The best cheese toast in town” – restaurant review | Food

The Wigmore, 15 Langham Place, London W1B 3DE (020 7965 0198). Toastie £ 13, snacks £ 5.50 to £ 7.75, main courses £ 14 to £ 16, dessert £ 5, beers from £ 5 a pint, wines from £ 28.50 Happiness is a well-made cheese toast. The XXL Stove Top 3 Cheese Toasts with mustard […]

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Restaurant Review: Aroma – Columbus Underground

This summer, Aroma debuted on Lynn Street in the spot that used to be Si Señor (!). Prior to this, the space housed Deli in the Alley. Unlike its predecessors, Aroma isn’t focused on deli meats or south of the border, genres that are both familiar and popular for the downtown crowd. And while “Aroma” […]

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Restaurant review: Restaurant Bec aux Alpilles

The enchanting setting of Restaurant Bec au Paradou © BEC Unless you know something about the couple who created this delicious restaurant at Paradou, one of the prettiest and most beloved villages in the Alpilles, it may be an unlikely surprise to find such mundane and spiritual cuisine in an old town. stone inn in […]

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The Pigs, Norfolk: ‘Living up to its name’ – restaurant review | Food

Pigs, Edgefield near Holt, Norfolk NR24 2RL (01263 587634). Appetizers £ 4.50 or £ 8 per person for a selection, main courses £ 14 to 15.50, desserts £ 6.25, wines from £ 21 Restaurant names matter. If you refer to hedges, petals and berries, you are telling us that you cook only to serve the […]

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Nautilus Pier 4 finds gold as it travels the world’s coasts

The whimsical world a team of seasoned industry veterans has created on Boston’s waterfront is filled with buried treasures. Foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign up now for our bi-weekly newsletter. Nautilus Pier 4 offers cuisine from around the world, including Sichuan eggplant, at Boston Seaport. / Photo by Jenna Skutnik The nautilus, […]

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Four Seasons, Madrid – hotel reviews

A Opening a luxury hotel is an ambitious endeavor at the best of times, but at the height of a global pandemic it must have seemed impossible at times. But as a hyper-luxurious base for exploring the Spanish capital, the Four Seasons Madrid is a triumph. Seven historic buildings (including Banco Hispano Americano, Banco Español […]

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Burnt Orange, Brighton: ‘Delivered on its smoky promise’ – restaurant review | Food

Burnt Orange, 59 Middle Street, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AL (01273 929923). Starters £ 4 to £ 10, main courses £ 8 to £ 19, desserts £ 4 to £ 7, wines from £ 22 Brown foods are best. We know it. Brown foods relate to caramelized sugars and the Maillard reaction; they are generous, […]

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The Forest Side Hotel, Cumbria: “extremely impressive” – ​​restaurant review

Ask any great chef to list the essential qualities needed to do their job and they will include an element that has nothing to do with culinary finesse and everything to do with their ability to motivate staff and build a happy and efficient team. These attributes increase in importance with the size of the […]

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The Bradley Hare, Wiltshire: ‘The meat is impeccable’: restaurant review | Food

Bradley’s Hare, Church Street, Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire BA12 7HW (01985 801018). Starters £ 6.50 to £ 10, main courses £ 13.50 to £ 23, desserts £ 7.50, wines from £ 20 If you wanted a single plate of food to symbolize the current state of the bloated country pub, you could do a lot worse […]

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Sonny Stores, Bristol: “They do it perfectly well” – restaurant review | Food

Sonny Stores, 47 Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1QS (0117 966 0821). Starters £ 4 to £ 9, main courses £ 13 to £ 19, desserts £ 6, wines from £ 18 There is no sparkling river flowing in the middle of Raleigh Road in Bristol’s Southville district. There are no arctic snowfields of white linen […]

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Henrock, Bowness, Cumbria: “It blew me away” – restaurant review | Food

Eliving in the Lake District, which I do a lot, always involves some level of struggle. Staff issues and short opening hours are normal, while all the delicious and reasonably priced places are booked six months in advance by the control freaks in every Lake District weekend Woo-Hoo! WhatsApp group. That leaves a plethora of […]

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Hotel Review: Embark on a Little Meath Magic at Station House Hotel

I like a hotel with a history. he world of cookie-cutter chains and downloadable designs, stumbling upon a family getaway with feeling is a treat, and that’s exactly what you’ll find at The Station House, a 19 bed hole in the River Valley. Boyne. As the name suggests, it was once a station on the […]

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Auberge du Bois Prin in Chamonix

IMAGES © AUBERGE DU BOIS PRIN Some people use stars or numbers to indicate their enjoyment with a restaurant, but for me, it’s the memories that matter. Note that the best restaurants are those which leave a gastronomic memory so vivid that it arouses a constant desire to revisit the same table. In this category, […]

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Only Food and Courses, London: ‘Deserves to be taken seriously’ – restaurant review | Food

Only Food and Courses, Pop Brixton, 49 Station Road, London SW9 8PQ (onlyfoodandcourses.co.uk). Starters £ 10, main courses £ 14, desserts £ 10, wines from £ 24 On the wall of the space housing this week’s restaurant there is a sign reading: “A brilliantly cheeky touch of classic British cuisine.” There is a lot to […]