Posts Tagged “restaurant”

Kasa & Kin New Menu is Packed with Flavourful Surprises!

Kasa & Kin New Menu is Packed with Flavourful Surprises!

Ready, Set, Feast. 馃帀 Drumroll, please! 馃帀 Kasa and Kin are bursting with excitement to unveil their brand spanking new menu, fresh off the grill and ready to tantalize your taste buds! Get ready to feast your eyes (and your stomach) on a scrumptious line-up of dishes that’ll make your mouth water from the first…

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C么te Restaurants Unveil a Parade of Delicious Easter Treats

C么te Restaurants Unveil a Parade of Delicious Easter Treats

Designed by Gordon Ramsay鈥檚 Former Executive Chef. Easter 脿 la C么te at one of their stylish restaurants featuring the delicious 拢25 a head sharing menu; or celebrate Easter in style with C么te At Home鈥檚 Seasonal Spring Lamb or exquisite Roast Chicken three course dinner. Special focus on fresh seasonal ingredients highlighting the best of C么te鈥檚…

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Tortilla Brings Back the Holiday Feeling

Tortilla Brings Back the Holiday Feeling

Most-Loved Mexican Brand Offers Dinner for a Tenner Special Offer. Tortilla Sunsets evening menu nationwide, with a 拢2.50 happy hour – reasons to be cheerful. The UK鈥檚 most loved Mexican restaurant Tortilla is bringing back that holiday feeling with a special cost-of-living-busting dinner for just a tenner! Tortilla, the real California burrito and taco joint,…

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Kasa & Kin for Mother’s Day

Kasa & Kin for Mother’s Day

Home of Filipino Contemporary Flavours. To help you celebrate your mother鈥檚 love 鉂わ笍 for you, Kasa & Kin will be serving up dishes your Mum is sure to love. Alongside your cherished Kasa & Kin favourites, they offer a delightful preview of the dishes tailored to make Mother’s Day memorable. To Start Choice of Sizzling…

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Frankie and Benny’s for Breakfast

Frankie and Benny’s for Breakfast

Italian-American diner. Picture this, dear reader: it鈥檚 early(ish) morning in the Strand at the foot of Waterloo Bridge. The weather is freezing, and our breath hangs in clouds. Time for a hot breakfast and a nice sit down, so it鈥檚 to Frankie and Benny鈥檚 we go. This restaurant is part of a small chain. Frankie…

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Asador 44 Cardiff

Asador 44 Cardiff

Deliciously unmissable. A short time ago I wrote about Parador 44. That鈥檚 the superlative-inducing hotel found just up the stairs from Asador 44, its stylish sibling restaurant. Asador 44 has a convenient location just around the corner from the Principality Stadium and the castle in Cardiff. Shoppers are well-served by the wide array of independent…

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Zuaya for Latin Flair

Zuaya for Latin Flair

Jungle in Kensington High Street There are neighbourhoods famed for glitz; there are areas beloved by well-heeled visitors; and then there is High Street Ken. That鈥檚 where we Londoners in the know head for smart shopping and polished restaurants. Zuaya is here. Zuaya is an independent family-owned Latin American restaurant set just off the High…

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Coppa Club Putney

Coppa Club Putney

Igloos and River Views Coppa Club has recently launched a new venue and it鈥檚 right on the river in bustling Putney in London. The company was founded in 2015 in Sonning-on-Thames, and they have now expanded around the home counties. Take a side street down by Putney Bridge and head to the water. Coppa Club…

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Sloane Place 鈥 Dinner with Asian Accents

Sloane Place 鈥 Dinner with Asian Accents

Cosy fine dining on Lower Sloane Street My dear reader would have doubtless noticed my previous article on Sloane Place a couple of weeks ago. But this one concentrates on food at this classy yet accessible hotel. Sloane Place is described as a Boutique Hotel and Restaurant. For me at least, its charm is its…

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Byron loves Chicken

Byron loves Chicken

Byron Burger – New Chicken options Byron was founded in 2007 by Tom Byng and Head Chef Fred Smith. They have created a signature range of satisfying and rather impressive burgers. They have remained solid in these rather troubled times and still offer those quality beefy temptations to loyal followers. But the company moves with…

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Plateaway – your own restaurant

Plateaway – your own restaurant

Food has been a focus for many of us over this last strange year. We have deliveries from our favourite supermarket but Oh, how we have missed restaurant-quality food. The sound one might hear in the background is that of Plateaway cantering to the rescue. Plateaway is a company offering a unique and broad-based service…

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Wedgwood: Sending a Meal and a Masterclass

Wedgwood: Sending a Meal and a Masterclass

Mostly Food & Travel Journal WINNER UK-Wide ‘Finish at Home Delivery’ Wedgwood Restaurant Edinburgh Restaurant dinner at home It will not be an ordinary Christmas this year, but we can still make it special even if it鈥檚 only for a couple of us together at home. Wedgwood is a well-respected restaurant in Edinburgh, but they…

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wagamama Opening and Staying Safe

wagamama Opening and Staying Safe

wagamama announces plans for safe return to dine-in using ingenious innovation 聽Stay Safe the wagamama Way Oh, how I have missed wagamama. Many of their branches are opening over these next weeks, but one can still enjoy their food via delivery or click-and-collect. wagamama announces plans to re-open their dine-in operation using ingenious sliding screens…

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Always Home: A Daughter鈥檚 Recipes and Stories

Always Home: A Daughter鈥檚 Recipes and Stories

One may not recognise the author, Fanny Singer, but any food lover will know of her mum, Alice Waters. Always Home: A Daughter鈥檚 Recipes and Stories is a soft and charming memoir offering an intimate view of a celebrated chef. Alice Waters is an American chef and restaurateur and the owner of Chez Panisse, a…

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Miyako Sushi Restaurant at Andaz Hotel

Miyako Sushi Restaurant at Andaz Hotel

Oh, deep Japanese food-loving joy. I think I have found my perfect Japanese restaurant in London! It’s called Miyako! It鈥檚 near both mainline and Underground stations and is a little gem. All of that with a fine chef and food to match, at a price that won鈥檛 make one鈥檚 eyes water! Miyako鈥檚 Head Chef Kosei…

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Me and Mes Amis in Maastricht

Me and Mes Amis in Maastricht

I have said it before, and I will say it yet again 鈥 The Netherlands has amazing food! It鈥檚 not all gin and cheese, although both are very good. There is a wealth of dining opportunities in this country so why do we overlook such gastronomic treasures? I have no idea, but I think Mes…

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Caxton Grill at St Ermin鈥檚 Hotel

Caxton Grill at St Ermin鈥檚 Hotel

St Ermin鈥檚 has long been a favourite hotel and now I can boast that I have actually stayed there and also enjoyed breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner in their iconic Caxton Grill. There is a separate street entrance for the Caxton Grill but it鈥檚 a treat to arrive via St Ermin鈥檚 reception hall. One…

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Castle Stays in The Netherlands

Castle Stays in The Netherlands

Stay in Dutch Castles and Eat like a Prince (or a Princess) It鈥檚 likely that my dear reader would not know that there are castles in The Netherlands; well, unless you had read my recent articles (and why wouldn鈥檛 you?). And it鈥檚 probable that few people know that it鈥檚 possible to stay in one of…

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Kahani 鈥 Sloane Square

Kahani 鈥 Sloane Square

This was bound to be good. I knew the chef, Peter Joseph from a Michelin-star Indian restaurant, so I was expecting good things. The location held the promise of a smart venue. But I wasn鈥檛 prepared for the culinary joy and polished style of Kahani, near Sloane Square. This high-end Indian restaurant is in a…

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Mercado Market Dining 鈥 Outrigger Mauritius

Mercado Market Dining 鈥 Outrigger Mauritius

It鈥檚 true! I am an unashamed fan of high-end resorts worldwide. I enjoy comfort, amenity and, of course, food. Outrigger Beach Resort and Spa has all of that, and Mercado Market Dining tempts three times each day. This is a casual buffet restaurant located in a replica of a Mauritian sugar factory. It boasts high…

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