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Tapster

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Davy's, 3 Brewers Green, Buckingham Gate, London, SW1H 0RH [Map]

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British, Traditional

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Delicious Christmas menu – Starter and main course £24.95 and add a pudding for £4 Book

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6-7 South Grove, Highgate, London, N6 6BP [Map]

Café Rouge has over one hundred branches throughout Britain all offering a wide range of dishes drawn from the French cuisine. Slightly less than half their branches are in or close to London. Almost inevitably the décor and design of each restaurant differs from the others, but there is a general curtsy towards La France. Learn more

Café Rouge has over one hundred branches throughout Britain all offering a wide range of dishes drawn from the French cuisine. Slightly less than half their branches are in or close to London. Almost inevitably the décor and design of each restaurant differs from the others, but there is a general curtsy towards La France.

Many restaurants do an excellent breakfast, or shall we say petit dejeuner, at which such delights as scrambled eggs and smoked salmon on toasted brioche, croque Madame, croissants and pain au chocolat make welcome appearances, and to their credit the English traditional gets top billing.

An array of small dishes takes in pulled pork pâté with French bread, and spicy beef and lamb sausage with harissa mayonnaise. Salads and pasta feature largely, as do baguettes and croques. Quick dishes, ideal for lunch, include slices of saucisson and cured pork loin with French bread.

Moving on to more serious stuff we find steaks, an 8oz bavette and thin cut rib eye, with a choice of béarnaise or peppercorn sauce. No French menu would be complete without the poulet jaune grille, pan-roasted breast of corn-fed chicken served on a warm taboulé of bulgar wheat and a medley of roasted vegetables with minted crème fraîche, or a steak frites before moving on to the crème brûlée, or the tart tatin. Almost invariably the coffee tastes like coffee should, something that sadly can all too often still not be said of our English restaurants, who depend too much upon technology and too little on the acquisition of a certain flair for this important conclusion to a meal.

By now we all know that the French, despite their distinctive habits when it comes to matters of satisfying the inner man, maintain a miraculous longevity of life. This is generally attributed to a number of causes, of which a measured consumption of decent wine is foremost. Café Rouge, you may be pleased to hear, encourages this with a well-chosen selection of French wines. Their prix fixe lunch and meals for children, both at a very reasonable figure, also offer excellent value.

Their Website will keep you updated on menu changes, news and other competitions and offers from the Café Society.

French

£21.00£26.00

Christmas Party Menu - 3 courses £19.95 / Christmas Day Feast Menu £50 Book

20% off your total bill - Book our Christmas Party menu any time in November and get 20% off your total bill Book

20% off food – Book your Christmas Party menu on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at the beginning of December Book

New Year's Eve Menu Book

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24 Bedford Street, Exeter, EX1 1LL [Map]

Café Rouge has over one hundred branches throughout Britain all offering a wide range of dishes drawn from the French cuisine. Slightly less than half their branches are in or close to London. Almost inevitably the décor and design of each restaurant differs from the others, but there is a general curtsy towards La France. Learn more

Café Rouge has over one hundred branches throughout Britain all offering a wide range of dishes drawn from the French cuisine. Slightly less than half their branches are in or close to London. Almost inevitably the décor and design of each restaurant differs from the others, but there is a general curtsy towards La France.

Many restaurants do an excellent breakfast, or shall we say petit dejeuner, at which such delights as scrambled eggs and smoked salmon on toasted brioche, croque Madame, croissants and pain au chocolat make welcome appearances, and to their credit the English traditional gets top billing.

An array of small dishes takes in pulled pork pâté with French bread, and spicy beef and lamb sausage with harissa mayonnaise. Salads and pasta feature largely, as do baguettes and croques. Quick dishes, ideal for lunch, include slices of saucisson and cured pork loin with French bread.

Moving on to more serious stuff we find steaks, an 8oz bavette and thin cut rib eye, with a choice of béarnaise or peppercorn sauce. No French menu would be complete without the poulet jaune grille, pan-roasted breast of corn-fed chicken served on a warm taboulé of bulgar wheat and a medley of roasted vegetables with minted crème fraîche, or a steak frites before moving on to the crème brûlée, or the tart tatin. Almost invariably the coffee tastes like coffee should, something that sadly can all too often still not be said of our English restaurants, who depend too much upon technology and too little on the acquisition of a certain flair for this important conclusion to a meal.

By now we all know that the French, despite their distinctive habits when it comes to matters of satisfying the inner man, maintain a miraculous longevity of life. This is generally attributed to a number of causes, of which a measured consumption of decent wine is foremost. Café Rouge, you may be pleased to hear, encourages this with a well-chosen selection of French wines. Their prix fixe lunch and meals for children, both at a very reasonable figure, also offer excellent value.

Their Website will keep you updated on menu changes, news and other competitions and offers from the Café Society.

French

£21.00£26.00

Christmas Party Menu - 3 courses £19.95 / Christmas Day Feast Menu £50 Book

20% off your total bill - Book our Christmas Party menu any time in November and get 20% off your total bill Book

20% off food – Book your Christmas Party menu on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at the beginning of December Book

New Year's Eve Menu Book

Saxon Mill, The

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Coventry Road, Guys Cliffe, Warwick, CV34 5YN [Map]

English, Gastropub, Modern British

£18.00£28.00

Festive Menu - 3 courses for £25.95 Book

Christmas Day Menu - 4 courses for £75 per person Book

Boxing Day Menu - 3 courses for £30 Book

John T's Restaurant

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Leeds Marriott Hotel, 4 Trevelyan Square, Boar Lane , Leeds, LS1 6ET [Map]

Located next to Leeds railway station and housed within the Leeds Marriott Hotel, John T's restaurant serves an international selection including some classic Yorkshire specialities in an informal atmosphere. Learn more

Located next to Leeds railway station and housed within the Leeds Marriott Hotel, John T's restaurant serves an international selection including some classic Yorkshire specialities in an informal atmosphere. Guests can help themselves to a healthy breakfast, grab a light bite at lunch time or enjoy a full three course dinner. Relax with a drink before dinner in the vibrant comfortable lobby or in the newly opened Executive Lounge if you prefer.

For lunch or dinner, choose from a menu that features appetizers of parsnip and apple soup, oak smoked Scottish salmon or a selection of antipasto with grilled focaccia.  Main course options include braised short ribs, garlic mashed potatoes, cottage pie with garden peas and pan fried chicken with garlic mushrooms and fries. The grill delivers steaks, the Marriot burger and salmon fillet with a lemon and pesto crust. For the sweet tooth there's rich chocolate torte with almond cream or deep-filled New York cheesecake with caramel sauce. Alternatively, you could opt for a selection of British cheeses with pear chutney.

Please note that the E-Mail Contact is for enquiries only, not for bookings.

International

N/A£28.00

Steak Thursday Book

Christmas Dinner Menu at Midtown Grill for £25 per person Book

Christmas Dinner Menu at Midtown Grill for £35 per person Book

New Years Eve at Midtown Grill for £55 per person Book

Dial Bar and Restaurant

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Radisson Blu Edwardian Mountbatten Hotel, 20 Mercer Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9HD [Map]

Dial Restaurant and Bar in the heart of Covent Garden is housed in one of the city's premier luxury hotels, within walking distance of the central shopping area. The subdued yet luxurious interior is adorned in a contemporary mix of chocolate leather and aubergine velvet, with deep sofas and sleek wenge tables. Learn more

Dial Restaurant and Bar in the heart of Covent Garden is housed in one of the city's premier luxury hotels, within walking distance of the central shopping area. The subdued yet luxurious interior is adorned in a contemporary mix of chocolate leather and aubergine velvet, with deep sofas and sleek wenge tables. Well-known among the advertising and media circles, Dial also plays host to West End first night parties.

The cooking is a contemporary expression of British cuisine and the menu is knee-deep with favourites such as smoked haddock fishcake in light batter with lemon mayonnaise; haunch of venison steak with celeriac mash, girolles and juniper berry sauce, and baked thin apple tart and toffee sauce. Those who don't have much time to spare could tuck into some of their light dishes of potted salt beef with Melba toast, or grilled lamb, chicken and salmon skewers with sweet chilli sauce. From the grill selection the Yorkshire pork oozing with flavour is not to be missed, served here with mashed potatoes and grain mustard sauce.

Modern British, Modern European

N/A£30.00

Pre Theatre Dinner - 2 courses for £17.50 and 3 courses for £21 (Tea or coffee included) Book

3 course Festive menu, £22.50 Book

The Golden Cross

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Wixford Road, Ardens Grafton, nr Stratford Upon Avon, B50 4LG [Map]

Pub

£20.00£32.00

Wild Game Week (available from 9th November till 17th November 2013) Book

Christmas Fayre Lunch 2 courses for £16.95 and Dinner 2 courses for £19.95 Book

Las Iguanas - Cardiff

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8 Mill Lane, Cardiff, CF10 1FL [Map]

If you're looking to catch a glimpse of Latin life and cuisine this side of the Atlantic, hop right in to any Las Iguanas outlet across the UK. Each eatery is designed differently and brings out diverse flavours and colours - from the stillness of the Argentinean Pampas to the energy of Rio at Carnival time - some outlets are bathed in colour while others are more sober. Learn more

If you're looking to catch a glimpse of Latin life and cuisine this side of the Atlantic, hop right in to any Las Iguanas outlet across the UK. Each eatery is designed differently and brings out diverse flavours and colours - from the stillness of the Argentinean Pampas to the energy of Rio at Carnival time - some outlets are bathed in colour while others are more sober. Don't be surprised if you come across a few life-sized Latinos too.

All the action is centred on the food, a fusion of native Latin American, Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and African influences. Their signature dish called xinxim, Brazilian lime chicken in a creamy crayfish and peanut sauce with rice, fine beans and sweet plantain happens to be football legend Pele's favourite.

The tapas menu served throughout the day offers braised chorizo in Rioja wine with country bread; peri-peri, crisp cassava coated chicken with Brazilian style hot garlic; crayfish marinated with fresh mango, and quesadilla, a chargrilled tortilla filled with portobello mushroom, melted brie dressed with homemade tomato, garlic and coriander salsa.

Argentinean steaks are simply seasoned, flame grilled and served with potato, salad or cassava fries. Traditional fajitas - hot sizzling platters with onions and bell peppers, served with homemade salsa, pickled jalapeños, sour cream, guacamole and warm tortillas can be enjoyed with chicken fillet strips, steak, mushrooms or artichoke and squash.

Latin rhythm in the background and an extensive choice of wine, cocktails, champagne, beer and caipirinha, made from their very own cachaca, Brazil's national drink produced in their own sugarcane plantations  complete the picture.

Desserts such as Ipanema mess, made of creamy mascarpone, natural yoghurt, raspberries, guava preserve and crushed meringue lend the meal a befitting end.

Brazilian, Latin American, South American

£12.00£25.00

A La Carte Menu Book

A La Carte Menu in December Book

Christmas Dinner Any time- 20% Off Food Bill Book

Christmas Dinner Any time Book

Hawksmoor Air Street

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5a Air Street, London, W1J 0AD [Map]

British, Grill, Steak

£24.00£40.00

Express Menu - 2 courses for £23 and 3 courses for £26 Book

Featured Restaurant
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296-298 High Street, Berkhamstead, HP4 1AH [Map]

Café Rouge has over one hundred branches throughout Britain all offering a wide range of dishes drawn from the French cuisine. Slightly less than half their branches are in or close to London. Almost inevitably the décor and design of each restaurant differs from the others, but there is a general curtsy towards La France. Learn more

Café Rouge has over one hundred branches throughout Britain all offering a wide range of dishes drawn from the French cuisine. Slightly less than half their branches are in or close to London. Almost inevitably the décor and design of each restaurant differs from the others, but there is a general curtsy towards La France.

Many restaurants do an excellent breakfast, or shall we say petit dejeuner, at which such delights as scrambled eggs and smoked salmon on toasted brioche, croque Madame, croissants and pain au chocolat make welcome appearances, and to their credit the English traditional gets top billing.

An array of small dishes takes in pulled pork pâté with French bread, and spicy beef and lamb sausage with harissa mayonnaise. Salads and pasta feature largely, as do baguettes and croques. Quick dishes, ideal for lunch, include slices of saucisson and cured pork loin with French bread.

Moving on to more serious stuff we find steaks, an 8oz bavette and thin cut rib eye, with a choice of béarnaise or peppercorn sauce. No French menu would be complete without the poulet jaune grille, pan-roasted breast of corn-fed chicken served on a warm taboulé of bulgar wheat and a medley of roasted vegetables with minted crème fraîche, or a steak frites before moving on to the crème brûlée, or the tart tatin. Almost invariably the coffee tastes like coffee should, something that sadly can all too often still not be said of our English restaurants, who depend too much upon technology and too little on the acquisition of a certain flair for this important conclusion to a meal.

By now we all know that the French, despite their distinctive habits when it comes to matters of satisfying the inner man, maintain a miraculous longevity of life. This is generally attributed to a number of causes, of which a measured consumption of decent wine is foremost. Café Rouge, you may be pleased to hear, encourages this with a well-chosen selection of French wines. Their prix fixe lunch and meals for children, both at a very reasonable figure, also offer excellent value.

Their Website will keep you updated on menu changes, news and other competitions and offers from the Café Society.

French

£21.00£26.00

Christmas Party Menu - 3 courses £23.95 / Christmas Day Feast Menu £50 Book

20% off your total bill - Book our Christmas Party menu any time in November and get 20% off your total bill Book

20% off food – Book your Christmas Party menu on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at the beginning of December Book

New Year's Eve Menu Book

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Special Offers

The Red Lion

Welwyn

Christmas Day Menu - 4 courses for £69

Brasserie Vacherin

Sutton

Christmas Lunch menu at £22 per person

Arbutus

Mayfair, Soho & Fringes

£10 Plat du Jour and a glass of wine (available Mon - Fri during lunch and for Pre-theatre dinner between 5PM - 6.30PM)

Garden Room at The Stoke Place Hotel

Slough

Craig’s Cookery Demonstration and Lunch, £29.50 per person

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Blackfriars Restaurant

Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Blackfriars Restaurant, dating back to 1239, is the oldest public dining room in Britain. With the main restaurant originally built to house the refectory for the Dominican Black Friars, and as a ...