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    Wing Wah Chinese Restaurant: Eat as much as you like.

    by grayfo Updated Jan 28, 2005

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    Wing Wah - Coventry

    This big and rather functional Chinese restaurant offers fantastic value if all-you-can-eat buffets are your thing, choice includes teppenyaki, sushi, sashami, Japanese, Chinese duck etc. Although the drinks are over priced. I found the food to be of a high standard and have always found the staff to be polite.

    coventry@wingwah.net

    Favorite Dish: Chinese Buffet - take your pick

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    Habbibis,: Update on Habibbis

    by denise16 Written Jan 26, 2005

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    Me & a good friend Tracy Of Tomlinson Flower Co.

    Since my last tip on this wonderful palce, the resturant has been awarded the Coventry Godiva Award and updated their menu.
    Now its even better.

    Favorite Dish: The mezza starters both hot and cold, but probably the stuffed vine leaves.

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    Turmeric Gold: Taste of India in Medival Coventry

    by denise16 Updated Nov 1, 2004

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    taken from their webpage

    A delightful Indian resturant that has recently won awards for its food. The outside is decorated with hanging baskets and is one of the medival building in Spon Street.
    Inside there are lots of nocks and crannies, plenty of opportunity for that romantic meal. Upstairs you can book a curtained off area, where you recline on cushions. Another room is called the Kama Sutra.
    The food was wodnerful and the service first class. Choice of over 100 dishes

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    Desi Dish: A new place to eat

    by denise16 Written Oct 10, 2004

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    This recently opened restaurant is a comtempory design with a very warm welcome. Desi is Indian for homemade or authentic. It makes a pleasant change to see such a varied menu with over 90 dishes to the menu.
    Students get a 10% discount on dining in and a further 5% on take outs~ which is handy because it is close to the university.
    The chef makes a point of coming to speak to guests and ask their opinions. He asks for a negative and a posiutive and claims that todays negatvies will be tomorrows positives.
    A restaurant favoured by the local Indian community, so that it always a sign of authenticity. Specialises in SOuthern Indian and Punjabi style food with lots of recipes from the Chef's Grandmother.

    Favorite Dish: Allo Zeera Dry potatoes cooked with cumin seeds. Lovely is the best word to describe them.
    Dhingri Mattar Masala- mushrooms and snow peas was also good but a little hot for my personal taste.
    The pineapple pickle didn't not work for me or my friend, but you might like it.

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    Habibi- Far Gosford Street: Taste of the Middle East

    by denise16 Updated Oct 3, 2004

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    enjoying teh shisha pipe after a meal

    looking for somewhere a little different, this is the place. Downstairs is laid out like a traditional resturant but upstairs you can lounge on the floor cushions if your back can take it.
    Round of a meal with a shisha (bong pipe) all legal. A place where people meet to chat, smoke and drink coffee.

    Favorite Dish: Any of the vegetarian food. Staff are very willing to make suggestions.

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    Lanchester Restaurant: Inside University

    by Imbi Written Nov 25, 2003

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    The Lanchester Restaurant is located in Coventry University, where both students and staff can go if they require a more refined atmosphere. The Lanchester Restaurant is the circular building. It is open in the mornings and afternoons for tea, coffee and Danish pastries, but over the lunchtime period serves a menu, which is very competitively priced.
    The restaurant is open
    Monday to Friday
    9.30am to 12 noon for morning coffee
    12 noon to 2.30pm for lunches
    2.30pm to 3.30pm for afternoon tea

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    O’ Brian’s Sandwich Bar: Good looking sandwich bar

    by Imbi Written Nov 25, 2003

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    O’ Brian’s Sandwich Bar is situated in Sherbourne Arcade. The look of its is very interesting as it like an old island and a bridge connects it with arcade floor. O’ Brian’s Sandwich Bar also have different corner named to different country and cities. I remember seeing Birmingham, Chicago, Glasgow, Singapore and Belfast. It seems to me that place remains busy most of the time.

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    Chicago Rock Cafe: Chicken

    by sexy_cov_DJ Written Jan 6, 2003

    The Lemon Chicken was nice although i havent been there for a while. there are also nice cocktails, blowjobs, sex on the beaches very nice!! oh the lavish decor is quite posh looking

    Favorite Dish: dont usually eat out but probably the lemon chicken!!!

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    Thai Dusit: Thai Dusit

    by munchie_cat Written Aug 26, 2002

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    A great Thai place, deceptively small from the outside but amazingly, a fair amount of room inside. Great Thai food, good service and worth a visit if you don't mind spending a little bit of money - though not horrendously expensive.

    Favorite Dish: Fishcakes - yummy

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    A number of places spring to...

    by munchie_cat Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    A number of places spring to mind:

    Old Orleans - Located in the SkyDome complex, although part of a chain, it serves reasonably priced food and is right on the doorstep of the 3 nightclubs so that you can go boogy off the 1000 calories that you have just consumed.
    Location location location!

    Favorite Dish: Old Orleans - Sticky Chicken (honey mustard)

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    Dragon Phoenix - OK so my...

    by munchie_cat Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Dragon Phoenix - OK so my folks' mates own this place but that doesn't mean that the grub isn't good! Located in Hertford Place, it is right next to Suzy Q's pool place but it can get a bit rough there sometimes. Also around the corner is Aarvark (a Scream chain pub) that features a big screen TV for sports viewing (excellent for Premiere League football - yet to find out if they are planning to open at 7am for World Cup matches!).
    But the beauty of this place is that it is a buffet style chinese restaurant with a big upstairs karaoke bar (Fridays and Saturdays) if you're brave/good/drunk/dumb enough.
    It is also 3 minutes walk from the SkyDome Complex too...so would make a good starting point if you're planning to go clubbing afterwards.
    Of course, the staff and owners there are wonderful.

    It is also 3 minutes walk from the SkyDome Complex too...so would make a good starting point if you're planning to go clubbing afterwards.

    Do bear in mind that there is a 2 hour limit on how long you can sit and stuff your face for.

    Favorite Dish: I can sit there and eat aromatic duck with pancakes all night...and have been known to!

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    One of the best places I was...

    by nsalah Written Aug 26, 2002

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    One of the best places I was told about but didn't actually get the chance to go to was an Italien place called Etna Restaurante.(Of course that's excluding McDonalds!)
    It's comfortable and well established. You get even get food to eat at home.

    Favorite Dish: Apparently the Spagetti is fabulous and you always get a three course meal.

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    The Cocked Hat: The Cocked Hat

    by Vickster Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Great atmosphere, fantastic food and really friendly, helpful staff. Cost for a three-course meal is around UK£20 per person and it's best to book a table as it can get quite busy.

    Favorite Dish: Baileys and Brandy Mousse Dessert or any of the fish dishes.

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  • nortons barkers butts lane...

    by dinas Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    nortons barkers butts lane coundon
    this resturant is family owned and ran. martin the chef did his training at the local henley college. it is small and cosy offering a good wine list during the day you might like to call in for a snack with a cup of tea or coffee. you can also purchase home cooked ham at their delicateasent

    Favorite Dish: blackpudding starters followed by salmon when in season

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