UK restaurant reviews – The Guardian

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Refuelling will be important at the Commonwealth Games and not just for the athletes. Updating his 2010 budget eats guide to Glasgow, Tony Naylor chooses 10 places where you can eat well for under £10Almost slap bang by Central Station, Riverhill is a tiny, independent coffee and sandwich shop [...]
Thu, Jul 17, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
With its fuss-free menu, decadent puddings and gentle buzz, the Wheatsheaf is doing Britain proudNorthleach, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (01451 860 244). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £90Nobody needs dessert. Normal people don't run into restaurants at lunch or dinner shouting: "I'm famished! Bring me the dessert menu!" They [...]
Sun, Jun 08, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
On a foodie romp around God's own country, Marina O'Loughlin discovers a world-class culinary scene with a refreshing lack of airs and gracesWhen the cyclists taking part in the Tour de France squeeze into their aerodynamic jerseys to take on the hills and dales of Yorkshire next month, one [...]
Sat, Jun 07, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
Liverpool is known for its music and football but the food scene is vibrant, too. This budget eats guide to the city highlights a raft places where you can eat well for under £10Arts space and cafe LEAF was included in Guardian Travel's first "budget eats" guide to Liverpool, in [...]
Thu, Mar 27, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
On a stormy weekend this grand Regency-style B&B on the banks of the Wye provides a cosy refuge and there's plenty to do in Ross-on-Wye for walkers deprived of dry weatherFrom room six at Bridge House we can see that the River Wye is wider than it ought to [...]
Fri, Mar 21, 2014
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It was famous as Royston Vasey in TV series The League of Gentlemen and as a gateway to the Peaks, but mill town Glossop has gone all fancy with an influx of arts projects, media types, restaurants and snazzy shopsA town whose environs provided a backdrop for the macabre incest-fest [...]
Fri, Feb 21, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
Finnieston has been transformed from an industrial wasteland into a vibrant neighbourhood full of cool bars and restaurants not to mention the impressive Glasgow Riverside MuseumFinnieston was once just a port of call for dockworkers in search of less salubrious entertainment, but it is now home to the sparkling [...]
Sun, Feb 09, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
Bristol is famous for its music and culture, and it has a vibrant food scene to match. Updating our first cheap eats guide to the city, we pick 10 more great restaurants to eat for under £10Could it get any more Bristol? Slap bang in the centre of Stokes Croft, [...]
Tue, Jan 21, 2014
Source Guardian - restaurants
This Victorian villa remodelled with taste into a restaurant-with-rooms makes the (almost) perfect boltholeLlangollen, amid the Clwydian hills and close to Offa's Dyke, has been attracting walkers and day-trippers since Victorian times. The pace is sedate and the town, with its tea rooms, independent butchers, bakers and, probably, candlestick-makers, feels [...]
Fri, Dec 13, 2013
Source Guardian - restaurants
The idea behind this eccentric country house hotel is that you can visit the world's most glamorous boltholes the Ritz, Raffles without leaving rural YorkshireFake That, the Clone Roses, AC/ DC-UK, we're familiar with tribute bands but a tribute hotel? That is the premise at Crab Manor, whose [...]
Wed, Oct 02, 2013
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