more cafe than restaurant: Da Vincis
A cheaper option for Tring and, being just off the High Street it is a little more tucked out of the way.
The interior is a little tired. I have only eaten in here once and the best I can say was - it was ok!
(often you can see the staff having a fag out front!)
It is cheap and cheerful.
Service is friendly.
Food is not the best in town - I would prefer to lunch here than to dine here.
A little dark inside and could do with a revamp (in my opinion) but then - this is not the top end of the restaurant market in Tring. That really is about all I can say!
A very large restaurant with an upstairs and a downstairs. I have only eaten in here (since it has been Olive Lime) upstairs, under the huge chandaliers and decadence resembling a "British India".
The food is delicious. Not over-coloured and bulk-standard tasting like a lot of English Indians can be. Spices are used to create wonderful tastes which thrill the palate and get your taste buds watering!
Great modern decor and good use of space because this is a restaurant with a lot of floor space.
Friendly service - always somebody there to serve when needed but otherwise you are not interferred with.
Great tasting food and HUGE portions!!!
Extensive menu (and yummy desserts!!!)
House wine is good :-)
as with all restaurants in Tring, Prezzo is family friendly.
Favorite Dish: 3 course menu for £30
most popualr in town!: The Akeman
Located in Akeman Street (part of an old Roman road) and inside a building built for Lord Rothschild, is The Akeman.
It has a nice vibe, walking in from the street into a lounge area with huge fire (great in the winter and perfect place to sit for a coffee!), on to the bar and the further back to the restaurant.
The bar is popular amongst all ages and you will find people enjoying coctails alongside others who have popped in for beer and/or wine. Makes for a good evening.
The food is delicious - cooked in the Jesper oven (coal fired oven).... and food to suit all, including a children's menu. I do, however, as a vegetarian, feel they do not swap the menu for me very often - if ever!
Nice atmosphere, friendly staff, good service. A popualr place.
Open 09:00-00:00 Mon - Sat and until 23:00 Sundays. Breakfast is 9am onwards.
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The Kings Arms: Pink pub
Set in The Tring Triangle (the conservation area of Tring), once you're headed in the right direction you can't really miss The Kings Arms because it is pink!
It's a lovely pub, very popular and usually busy (trick for a table is to find the people finishing their food and then hover - usually they go!).
Sometimes the food is lovely, sometimes it's ok... but it's a great pub and it serves various beers
There's a fire for the winter and a large beer garden for the summer
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The Plaice: fish n chips
This is a very good and proper fish n chip shop. The chips are not drowning in fat and apparently (not being a fish eater I will take their word for it) the fish is very nice. Usual other foods such as jumbo sausages... available and they make little kids boxes too.
Very friendly staff, a seating area if that's what you want (handy if there's a bit of a queue) but most people grab and run.
...haven't yet tried their "cheese on cips"...
Favorite Dish: Chips for me but my kids say the cod is tops
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