Lovers of Asian food now can nominate their favourite restaurants for the third Asian Curry Awards (ACA). The awards are open to all Indian and Asian restaurants in Britain.
Dining at Kyloe Restaurant & Grill just got better as Edinburgh’s premier gourmet steak restaurant launches its Private Dining Room.
Central London’s Pescatori, the Italian and seafood ristoranti in Mayfair and Fitzrovia, strike back at the American-Italian ristoranti springing up around the country, with their own take on the new menu, being introduced in mid June.
L’Absinthe, Primrose Hill’s corner of ‘Little France’ will be open every Monday during the summer from 3rd June, and is launching this by offering a 25% discount off restaurant bills every Monday for the month of June.
Under new Head Chef Julian Ward, JW Steakhouse is launching “Steak of the Month” along with a menu of Bourbon tasting flights at The Bourbon Bar on 1 June.
Vivo, a vibrant new Italian bakery and restaurant, will bring an authentic taste of the Mediterranean to the heart of bustling Upper Street in Islington, North London this September.
A new dim sum menu has been launched at one of Bristol’s favourite Chinese restaurants, which now offers over 100 dishes for people to try.
TV chef Dev Biswal has introduce ‘Flavours of the Soil’ dishes, using locally foraged ingredients, to his a la carte menus in his award-winning Ambrette restaurants in Rye and Margate.
Brighton’s ‘Indian Summer’ has combined the two greatest English culinary traditions – the Sunday roast and Indian food – with the introduction of new tandoor dishes, with live music on Sundays.
Afternoon tea has been an English institution since the mid 1800s, when the tradition was begun by Duchess Anna Maria, wife of the 7th Duke of Bedford, at Woburn Abbey.
A much loved village pub in Lincolnshire has opened its doors for the first time in 18 months following a £150,000 revamp by its new leaseholders.
Michelin starred restaurant Texture, renowned for its light and often healthy dishes, will introduce a Raw Menu on 27th May.
The story begins 16 years ago, when Soren Jessen left behind a glittering banking career, as Executive Director at UBS and Goldman Sachs, to open a serious City restaurant.
This summer a touch of Chinese sophistication arrives in Battersea in the form of Red Pocket Restaurant at Hotel Verta by Rhombus.
A new Marco Pierre White restaurant has opened its doors in Exeter.
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