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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    London Restaurants

    The first Hard Rock Cafe was opened in Old Park Lane in June 1971, with food normally on the menu at an American Diner with Rock and Roll music playing while you ate. Eric Clapton donated his Fender Guitar so he could reserve a seat at the bar and occasionally rock stars can be seen jamming here. The cafe has a very expensive collection of Rock...

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  • Deacon Brodie's Tavern

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Edinburgh Restaurants

    Located on the Royal Mile just a few minutes from Castle Hill this fine looking pub/restaurant is the one of the best places to eat if your looking for great food at a reasonable price with relaxed friendly surroundings and great decor.A good varied menu from local dishes to international and a fine selection of ales and wines.Snack and have a...

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  • El Rincon De Rafas

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Manchester Restaurants

    On a recent visit to Manchester, not knowing the city at all, I cast my net of contacts looking for suggestions. A friend of a friend highly recommended a tapas bar in the centre of the city called El Rincon de Rafa. As always, local knowledge proved to be invaluable and my companion and I had an absolutely wonderful dining experience. I have to...

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  • The Willow Tea Room

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Glasgow Restaurants

    I had heard about the Willow Tea Rooms from the book "1000 Places to See Before You Die". It is one of the many building's designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and is worth the visit. Went to the original building on Sauchiehall and sat in the Room De Luxe when we went for breakfast, and it was worth the visit. The room is not very large, but...

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  • Betty's

    4 out of 5 stars

    York Restaurants

    Bettys Cafe Tea Room was founded by Frederick Belmont, a Swiss baker and confectioner, in 1919. He opened his first Bettys in 1919 in Harrogate and this became very successful! Frederick opened other Bettys branches including York. The Bettys in York was inspired by Frederick's journey on the Queen Mary Cruise, which he took in 1936, and he...

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  • Pubs/Bars

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    The Duke of Wellington Cardiff is situated on the Hayes in the centre of Cardiff, It is a really nice pub, great to just call in for a drink or lunch while shopping in st. Davids shopping centre, its not a large pub (not as big as it looks from outside) but it serves a nice range of drinks ( The Hot Chocolate sounded lovely) and a nice looking menu...

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  • Balti Triangle Info

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Birmingham Restaurants

    Award winning Chef and friendly, stylish restaurant with food to delight, savour and wish I could get them to franchise in Australia! The Indian migrants were on a winner by giving Brummies an alternative to bland Anglo food. especially after the clubs and pubs closed! The food is exquisite and good value. 5-10pounds. The staff always courteous...

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  • Eagle & Child

    4 out of 5 stars

    Oxford Restaurants

    The Pony Yard at the back of the Eagle and Child has been covered over as a restaurant area. This means that The Rabbit Room where the famous Inklings (JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, et al) used to meet together is not now a back parlour, but a recessed area near the bar. It is easily recognisable with photographs and mementos of The Inklings framed on the...

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  • The Eagle

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Cambridge Restaurants

    I would recommend the Eagle rather as a place of interest than a pub. Of course, a drink in the RAF bar and a toast to Crick and Watson, the scientists who met here to discuss their progresses in their DNA research. A commemorative plaque to Crick and Watson, who discovered the secret of the human DNA in 1953, is located in one of the bars. The RAF...

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  • Sally Lunn's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bath Restaurants

    I had afternoon tea at Sally Lunn's, home of the original bath bun, twice on my visits to Bath. The afternoon tea consist of a Bath Bun with jam and clotted cream and with either tea or coffee. On my first visit to Bath (June 2006), I ordered the 'Sally Lunn Cream Tea' which includes half a toasted Sally Lunn Bun is served with strawberry jam and...

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  • Bear and Billet

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Chester Restaurants

    The Bear and Billet is a great old pub in Chester. It was built in 1664 replacing a building destroyed during the civil war. The Bear and Billet is a great example of a black and white half timbered building. It was originally the town house of the Earls of Shrewsbury (the sergeants of the Bridgegate), The building has been an inn since the 18th...

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  • Bishops Fish & Chips

    4 out of 5 stars

    Belfast Restaurants

    Bishops is a Belfast institution. Although it was only founded in 1991. it has an old world feel to it. They do make very good chips. Big proper chips. I found this place after a little bit of pub hopping in the nearby area. I was very surprised and pleased to see that they had lots of sauces to put on the chips. I tried the peppercorn sauce and...

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  • Belgo Centraal (Covent Garden)

    4 out of 5 stars

    London Restaurants

    Last visit January 2008 I've eaten at Belgo several times, on my most recent visit it wasn't very crowded at lunch on a Monday. The restaurant is located in a rather funky basement, seating is at long communal tables and the noise level is loud when it's busy. If it hadn't been listed in virtually every guidebook I might have thought twice but...

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  • The Elephant House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Edinburgh Restaurants

    The Elephant House bills itself as "The Birthplace of Harry Potter", because this is where the author J.K. Rowling often "mulled over a coffee writing her first Harry Potter novel." They have a nice view of Edinburgh Castle out the back window, and up front there are some computers with internet connection which used to cost £ 1.00 for thirty...

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  • Yang Sing

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manchester Restaurants

    The Yang Sing is a large, very posh Chinese Restaurant in Manchester's Chinatown, and generally regarded as the best Chinese restaurant in Europe. I have only eaten here once but it was delicious, definitely an experience I will remember! The staff were also very friendly, suggesting a delicious alternative to an item from the set menu. We had the...

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  • China Buffet King

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Glasgow Restaurants

    Interested in other opinions of this restaurant. Asked for a seat overlooking SnoZone as my son was snowboarding and we wanted to watch but even though the seats were three feet from other diners we weren't allowed to sit in them!! We went elsewhere on principle even though we couldn't see the snowboarding at all. From other views maybe its just...

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  • Cool Cafes

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    This is essentially delicious and the cafe delightful. The variety of savoury and sweet crepes is extensive and a rare find to have such good and reasonably priced quality food. In addition it has superb coffee and teas. The staff prepare the crepes extremely well and clearly like what they do. This is the French crepe experience at its...

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  • Petit Blanc

    4 out of 5 stars

    Birmingham Restaurants

    Petit Blanc is a smart and sophisticated venue owned by the amazing Raymond Blanc. It has recently changed its name to Brasserie Blanc, but still has the same great food and atmosphere. I have been loads of times to the Birmingham one in Brindley Place and have always used my Gourmet Society card ( http://www.thegourmetsociety.co.uk )which has...

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  • Trout Inn

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Oxford Restaurants

    My colleagues and I went to The Trout for a celebratory meal. We were really looking forward to what we supposed would be an enjoyable outing. However, once through the doors our hopes were soon dashed by surly waiters and very poor service. The pub was not busy, yet it took over two hours for our two courses to be served. Items were forgotten and...

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  • Henry's Cafe Bar

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Before we headed off for our punting adventure, we stopped by Henry's for a spot of lunch. We tried to get a riverside seat indoors but there wasn't a large enough table for the 5 of us and a good portion of the restaurant was closed off as it wasn't very busy. Try to grab one of those tables or one outside on the patio. Henry's serves traditional...

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  • Hole in the Wall

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bath Restaurants

    Part of the revival of British cuisine as a gourmet experience, but with a French flair. The waiters are of the old-fashioned type who wait discreetly until exactly the moment you need them, then appear unasked. The food is probably the best in Bath. Ambiance is subdued - this is a basement - combining sleek, minimalist decor with a background of...

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  • Riverside Cafe

    1 out of 5 stars

    Chester Restaurants

    Today we had the sorry experience of choosing (out of all the lovely places to eat in Chester) the Riverside Cafe. To say we were disappointed is an understatement. I ordered a soup (which was OK) and a Club Sandwich but in a wrap instead of bread. This consisted of very cheap ham and quite nice chicken wrapped (and I use that term losely!!!) in a...

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  • Fast food

    Belfast Restaurants

    Before my most recent visit to the city of my birth in November 2012, if you had told me there was a restaurant offering 10,888,869,450,418, 352,160,768,000,000 menu options I would have said you were mad. If you had further told me that the same establishment served spicy chicken wings that would break me out is a sweat, I would have been sure of...

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  • Sherlock Holmes Pub

    4 out of 5 stars

    London Restaurants

    not far from Trafalgar square and Charing Cross is the Sherlock Holmes Pub. I would have thought it would have been a lot busier than it was but i found it to be quite quiet and friendly, they have a wide variety of Sherlock Holmes memorabelia on the walls and shelves as well as showing some old and new Sherlock Holmes films on the tv's. They serve...

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  • The Witchery By The Castle

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Edinburgh Restaurants

    the surroundings where surreal, like stepping back in time, food was second to none, i had the venison myself and it melted in my mouhtm would definately come again...all in all the witchery made my trip to edinburgh a worth while on, try it!!! venison

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  • Cafe Rouge Restaurant Bar Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Manchester Restaurants

    A large restaurant/bar/cafe situated in the Printworks complex in the city centre.A wide range of food available,mainly French but with the odd English dish.Food was ok but not brilliant and the service was rather slow.Its quite expensive too with the lowest priced main meal above ten pounds.Its modern and nicely decorated but its not somewhere i...

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  • Café Insomnia

    5 out of 5 stars

    Glasgow Restaurants

    Magnificent restaurant with magnificent food.Run by family with son as the manager but they hail fromI Iran so there is a fair selection of Parsee dishes also.I go there every time i visit Glasgow.They also give an excellent deal if you are a guest at the Berkeley Globetrotters hotel.two meals for the price of one,so bring a friend. The lamb rogan...

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  • Italian

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    The first Jamie’s Italian opened on George Street in Oxford in 2008 when after touring Italy in jamies Italian Escape and declaring that he “should have been Italian”, the now-famous Jamie Oliver decided he wanted to share everything that he had learnt about Italian food and eating with the rest of the world and so with his old friend and trusted...

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  • Pitcher and Piano

    4 out of 5 stars

    Birmingham Restaurants

    I was so pleased that this location worked out well for the meeting. A nice atmosphere, good food and nice background music that did not drown out the conversation. No complaints about the food from any of the VT members.

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  • Le Petit Blanc

    5 out of 5 stars

    Oxford Restaurants

    Formerly known as Le Petit Blanc, the restaurant is now called Brasserie Blanc in Jericho. It is owned by the famous French chef, Raymand Blanc and I would say it is one of the finest restaurant's Oxford has to offer. A 3 course meal doesn't come cheap but it is well worth the money! However, ordering a bottle and a main course would not cost you...

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  • The Anchor

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Cambridge Restaurants

    One of the riverside pubs along the Cam, always busy and a little touristy, but still a nice place. It is a popular with some of my friends in Cambridge, therefore it was one of the pubs I most visited in Cambridge. It is a Greene King Pub with the typical menu, but the location and the high number of visitors (especially in summertime) give it a...

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  • Number 5 Bistro

    Bath Restaurants

    Great atmosphere in the historic centre of Bath. Number 5 Bistro is just off Pulteney Bridge, one of Bath's most interesting places. Pulteney Bridge is an 18th century homage to the Ponte Vecchio of Florence - it is the only bridge surviving in Britain that still has shops and restaurants on it. Number 5 Bistro features tasty informal French...

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  • The Albion

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Chester Restaurants

    This is not a restaurant. It is a pub that serves food and that was very basic. We went there as a group of four.Not made to feel welcome. In actual fact, as there was a quiz going on we felt in the way and left as soon as we had eaten to continue the night in another pub down the road at which we were made to feel very welcome. We were not offered...

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  • Cayenne

    4 out of 5 stars

    Belfast Restaurants

    Cayenne is owned by a famous Irish chef named Paul Rankin. (He has appeared numerous times on Ready, Steady, Cook). Most probably one of the most famous and well known restaurants in Belfast, indeed throughout N.Ireland/Ireland.

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  • Cafe in the Crypt, St. Martin in the...

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    London Restaurants

    Last visit July 2011 Located right in the heart of Trafalgar Square, Cafe in the Crypt in St. Martin in the Fields is a terrific place to start off the day with a full English breakfast or a la carte items. It's kind of funky eating in the crypt, in the middle of breakfast I looked down and realized we were eating right on top of a tombstone!!!...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Edinburgh Restaurants

    Great menu and great choice of beverages with lots of rock memorabilia and a great rock shop.Hard Rock Edinburgh has the usual excellent service you find with most Hard Rock Cafe's and is usually quite busy with both residents of the city and visitors.Quite small compared to other U.K Hard rock cafe's but still cool. Opening times:Sun till...

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  • Armenian Taverna

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manchester Restaurants

    We visited this restaurant after reading a very positive review for it in the Guardian newspaper. The tavern is situated right in the centre of town in a cellar in Albert Square. The walls are painted red and the artwork is fasinating. The restaurant has a lovely atmosphere - cosy and busy at the same time. We ordered the Vegetarian Banquet...

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  • Ubiquitous Chip

    4 out of 5 stars

    Glasgow Restaurants

    This is a restaurant I used to go to frequently when I stayed in the area and have returned three times recently after a gap of 7 years or so. There won't be such a long gap before I return! While the internal layout has changed somewhat, and it has added a great terrace to the upstairs bar, it is still largely as it always has been. The main...

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  • Chinese

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    We ordered take- aways which arrived within the hour delivered to the house. There is a wide choice of dishes- lamb, beef, chicken, duck, seafood, vegetarian, rice, noodles and pork. a well as different sauces and set menu. We were rather disappointed but agreed that eating in a restaurant is better than eating from foil containers at home. Most...

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  • The Bank

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Birmingham Restaurants

    It's large, it's contemporary, it's a destination, it's part of the Brindley Place development. Bank has basically everything going for it. Thankfully, the kitchens live up to expectations. Walk past the lively and chic bar (or stop off for a pre-dinner/lunch drink), past the open-plan kitchen and on to the open dining area at the back. The menu...

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  • Mongolian Wok Bar

    Oxford Restaurants

    A very sociable little bar that encourages lively participation. The food is all-you-can-eat stir fry, pick your food, get it prepared & go back for more or a variation if you have the capacity. Meanwhile, the karaoke is going full pelt & a good time is had by all! Pot luck stir fry. If you dont like it, get some other ingredients & try again!

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  • Dojo Noodle Bar

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cambridge Restaurants

    Fantastic food. Always fresh, realy value for money. Dojo stands out above the rest for its superb value. I go at least once a week. Place is pretty busy most of the time so it can be noisy but its all worthwhile. Tuk Tuk Stir Fry Noodles because its delicious!

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  • The Grapes

    Bath Restaurants

    Recall that 'old and ailing Mrs. Smith. A Mrs. Smith in Westgate Buildings?' She was Ann Elliot's school friend in PERSUASION. She had come to Bath to take the waters. She might have been happier taking a different cure. THE GRAPES offers high spirits day and night. Popular with a younger crowd (many of them students from nearby Bath City...

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  • Coffee Republic

    Chester Restaurants

    Coffee Republic is a chain of coffee places - a bit like the British version of Starbucks but (only a little bit) cheaper. As I don't drink coffee I normally don't go to these places. Coffee Republic had some tasty snacks though so I had a cold drink and a chicken and pepper toastie which was really tasty (and really expensive unfortunately!).

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  • oxford exchange

    Belfast Restaurants

    stylish decor .good food ,good atmosphere and very good staffs from salmons to hakes ,ribs eyes steaks to sirloins steaks and wonderfull starters and lovely desserts. nothing more to say but lovely jobely

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