Tag: dining room

Fletchers at Grantley Hall, Ripon: ‘Confusing and suffocating expensive’ – restaurant review | Food

Fletchers at Grantley Hall, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 3ET (01765 620 070, grantleyhall.co.uk). Starters £12.50 to £19.50, mains £24 to £50, desserts £11.50 to £14, wines from £34 I arrived at Grantley Hall on time for my reservation, and I was always late for my table. It was because of the long drive from the […]

Restaurant Review: Baklava Cafe, Mount Roskill

Zaatar mana’ish, bread, pickles and labneh b zeit from Baklava Cafe. Photo/Alex Burton Coffee Baklava46 Stoddard Road, Mount Roskill.Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Gastronomic paradise, for me, is the Middle East at breakfast time. Pretty pottery bowls of olives, baba ganoush, arugula and hummus. Tomato and cucumber salad. Falafel boiled balls in oil […]

Review of the Perowne Room restaurant at the Royal Norwich

Published: 8:00 PM February 10, 2022 I visited The Stables at Royal Norwich Golf Club almost exactly two years ago – a month before Covid paid for meals outside our own kitchens. I was impressed. Set in the beautifully manicured hilly terrain of Weston Longville Golf Course, directly across from Roarr Dinosaur Adventure where we […]

Ormer Mayfair announces new restaurant manager

Ormer Mayfair by Sofian, the fine dining restaurant at Flemings Mayfair Hotel, part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, has appointed Manuel Muzzin as Restaurant Manager. Over the past fifteen years Muzzin has gained invaluable F&B experience working in many of the UK’s finest restaurants and hotels. He comes from Rowley’s restaurant in […]

The Victoria, Oxshott, Surrey: ‘Some sort of pant-worthy place’ – restaurant review | Food

All pub grub is not built the same way. Some are sublime, worth booking in advance and traveling miles to get there; some are the reheated or fried contents of various freezer bags and tossed onto plates. My job – and it’s a real job – is to decipher what falls into which category. Take […]

Celentano’s, Glasgow: ‘A delicious hodgepodge’ – restaurant review | Food

Jthere are few things more enjoyable than a stroll around Glasgow Cathedral Park on one of the first crisp, bright autumn mornings of the year. Going to eat at Celentano’s, the air was cold enough to make your cheeks blush, while the horizon above the Necropolis, the nearby Victorian cemetery, was a dreamy blue. The […]

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