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63-64 Frith Street, London, W1D 3JW [Map]

A sense of dèja vû may well prevail at Arbutus in Frith Street, Soho as Chef Anthony Demetre returns to his old haunts at what, in 1993, was then Bistrot Bruno (Loubet). Now teamed up with manager Will Smith the pair are operating a 60-seater restaurant with a small bar for up to 12 people. Learn more

A sense of dèja vû may well prevail at Arbutus in Frith Street, Soho as Chef Anthony Demetre returns to his old haunts at what, in 1993, was then Bistrot Bruno (Loubet). Now teamed up with manager Will Smith the pair are operating a 60-seater restaurant with a small bar for up to 12 people.

The décor carries much use of natural materials, colours and design motifs, including subtle use of the arbutus, or strawberry tree. Typical dishes include thinly sliced lamb belly with Middle Eastern aubergine, Cornish silver mullet with artichokes, carrots and pancetta, and grilled piece of beef. Desserts of chocolate 'aero' bar with pear and salted caramel, or vanilla and rosewater scented cheesecake with prunes and hazelnut help to reinforce the tendency towards innovation.

A list of around 60 wines takes in all the major wine growing regions in the world.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

French, Modern European

£25.00£37.00

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

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Harvey Nichols, 107-111 Briggate, Leeds, LS1 6AZ [Map]

Fourth Floor Café and Bar, situated on top of the Harvey Nichols store in the heart of Leeds, is a popular destination on the Yorkshire circuit, offering fantastic cityscape views by day and more formal romantic ambience at night. Learn more

Fourth Floor Café and Bar, situated on top of the Harvey Nichols store in the heart of Leeds, is a popular destination on the Yorkshire circuit, offering fantastic cityscape views by day and more formal romantic ambience at night.

The unique design of the ceiling creates the Café's signature with dramatic over-scaled vary-coloured lighting piercing through the perforated ceiling plane and backlit in fluorescent sky blue. The rich timber finish and warm colours of the lacquer bar surfaces are juxtaposed with the cooler palate of the restaurants shell finishes. This typical Harvey Nichols chic design creates an elegant dining atmosphere. A focal point of the restaurant is the fully glazed façade and terrace, which can seat ten, overlooking the rooftops of Leeds.

Born in Yorkshire, Head Chef Richard Walton-Allen recognises the importance of supporting local producers and his menu can be seen to reflect his passion. He is also a judge at the Great Yorkshire Cookery competition and as such looks for imaginative and innovative use of Yorkshire produce.

A choice of a la carte and prix fixe menus are available at lunch and dinner, which include starters such as slow cooked pork belly, soy, seared squid, orange and sesame sauce and seared fillet of mackerel, beetroot carpaccio, beetroot and blackberry puree, with mains like whole lemon sole, sautéed courgettes, grape, almond and verjus dressing and roast Nidderdale lamb rack, char-grilled baby leeks, beetroot jus and mini hotpot. Finishing with a trio of damson desserts - mousse, ice cream and damson polenta cake - or marzipan and honey cake with white wine poached pear.

With nearby theatres and cinemas such as the Grand Theatre; home of Opera North and the Northern Ballet, The West Yorkshire Playhouse, the Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery and the Light Cinema, the Fourth Floor Café and Bar is the ideal venue for pre-dinner theatre. It also offers morning coffee, lunch, afternoon bar menu, pre-dinner drinks and dinner with quality food, reasonable prices and efficient service.

Celebrating a decade milestone anniversary in Autumn 2006 they received the news that they had won both Restaurant of the Year and Chef of the Year at the Leeds Restaurant Association Awards 2006. In addition, Harvey Nichols also won the Leeds Restaurant Awards for Best Service 2 years running in 2007 and 2008. For more details do visit the Harvey Nichols Website.

Modern British

£30.00£40.00

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40-42 William IV Street, London, WC2N 4DD [Map]

Will Smith and Anthony Demetre have done it again, building on the huge success of Arbutus and Wild Honey, both with a Michelin star, they have opened Les Deux Salons in Covent Garden premises, just off Trafalgar Square, but considerably larger than anything that they have tackled before with over one hundred and fifty covers. Learn more

Will Smith and Anthony Demetre have done it again, building on the huge success of Arbutus and Wild Honey, both with a Michelin star, they have opened Les Deux Salons in Covent Garden premises, just off Trafalgar Square, but considerably larger than anything that they have tackled before with over one hundred and fifty covers.

Expect a mainly French brasserie style menu, offering excellent value, particularly the set price lunch and pre-theatre dinner. Dishes on the à la carte could encompass ceviche of swordfish, lime, chilli and coriander or smoked and fresh salmon rillettes among the highly eclectic starters, with grass-fed veal chop or slow-cooked shoulder of lamb listed among main courses.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

Brasserie, French

£24.00£36.00

Prix-Fixe menu - 2 courses for £9.95 Book

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18 Hogarth Place, Earl's Court, London, SW5 0QY [Map]

The British love affair with French cuisine rolls on and all over the country pockets of Gallic expertise pander to this national inclination. The Little French Restaurant, tucked into one of the more civilised and quieter corners of Earl's Court, takes a leading role in perpetuating our adoration of not only the cooking abilities of the French, but perhaps just as importantly their philosophy regarding this highly rated pastime, occasionally cloaked beneath the mantle of necessity. Learn more

The British love affair with French cuisine rolls on and all over the country pockets of Gallic expertise pander to this national inclination. The Little French Restaurant, tucked into one of the more civilised and quieter corners of Earl's Court, takes a leading role in perpetuating our adoration of not only the cooking abilities of the French, but perhaps just as importantly their philosophy regarding this highly rated pastime, occasionally cloaked beneath the mantle of necessity.

Given that the entente cordiale is not always the uppermost thought in the minds of the collective British, this is an enormous tribute to the culinary abilities of a race that are characterised by such daily icons as garlic, the whiff of Gauloises, romance and inscrutable politics.

Half the battle in any French restaurant so impudent as to establish itself in a foreign field is to get the décor right. Thoughts of impressionist art, pewter bars, red velvet and dangerously ponderous sparkling chandeliers and a general air of controlled decadence come to mind, and on at least some of these matters The Little French restaurant ticks the box.

But of course, when the chips are down, it is the food and drink that make the pace, so let's start with the wine list. Having perhaps visited their website beforehand you will have noted that the most expensive bottle of wine does not even reach the £25 mark. This, from one of the most respected wine producing countries in the world, may well have surprised and a Crozes Hermitage at £22.95 does not disappoint. As ever an exception is made for the Lanson champagne which does cross the threshold, but wait - the house champagne at £22.95 is most certainly not to be overlooked.

Lunch time in Earl's Court makes the middle of the Sahara look overpopulated and the three course meal on offer at £9.95 is therefore offered at both lunchtime and in the evenings, making it incredibly sound value. With a choice of nine dishes each from the starters and main course the eye catches a traditional start with French onion soup, vichyssoise, corn and crab French potage with scent of fresh parsley, springs, thyme, shallots and black pepper, or tartare of marinated wild salmon with cucumber salad.

Main courses weigh in with coq au vin d'Alsace done the French way in a pot, before even considering the lamb Wellington, hardly an item one expects to find in a French restaurant, but never mind all that was a long time ago. A return to patriotism is signalled by the arrival of the cod à la Provençale, but let nobody ignore the canard Josephine, tender breast of duck, marinated in Asian spices, grilled and served with sauce bigarade.

Desserts such as French apple tart, or crème caramel lead the satisfied diner to a graceful completion before coffee is served and the relative merits of a single malt or an excellent brandy become a talking point.

The Little French Restaurant lives up amply to its name and has all the necessary accoutrements to ensure its neighbourhood status. Do check on its Website for further information and evidence that it is in tune with then spirit of the times.

French

£14.00£21.00

3 course meal at £9.95 (offer available with minimum order of one drink per person) Book

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192 Pitt Street, City Centre, Glasgow, G2 4DY [Map]

Without any shadow of doubt Alla Turca is a place for enjoyment. Located in Glasgow City Centre the different facets of this award winning Turkish restaurant, grill and mezze bar combine to bring an air of jollity to a city of many unusual ingredients, causing one wag to coin the phrase, 'a funeral in Glasgow is more fun than a wedding in Edinburgh'. Learn more

Without any shadow of doubt Alla Turca is a place for enjoyment. Located in Glasgow City Centre the different facets of this award winning Turkish restaurant, grill and mezze bar combine to bring an air of jollity to a city of many unusual ingredients, causing one wag to coin the phrase, 'a funeral in Glasgow is more fun than a wedding in Edinburgh'. From the standpoint of an intimate acquaintance with both cities I wouldn't dare to comment, but I do wish that Alla Turca had been in existence when last I was there, some years ago.

This is Turkey at its best away from home. A wonderful combination of exotic Turkish dishes, the enchanting live music of Armagan Alakus and his Turkish guitar every night from 6pm, never intrusive, always entertaining, amidst a décor that is challenging enough in itself, the citizens of Glasgow, their friends and a wider public are all set to have an evening they will recal with pleasure.

Writing in Glasgow West End Roy Beers said, "For Glaswegians and also the increasing stream of visitors who seek out the city's unrivalled dining and drinking scene, a meal at Alla Turca is a journey of exploration into a world of fascinating complementary tastes and food textures, a candlelit oasis of romance and refinement at the busy heart of Scotland's Fine Dining milieu".

The tasting menu starts off with 10 classic mixed starters that include Kisir, Tabule, Borek, Falafel and Sucuk. No need to choose - all ten arrive en table with Turkish bread and - if you take heed of the recommendation, a glass of Turkey's national drink, raki, for everyone. Larger courses include the Alla Turca mixed grill special, barbecued sword fish shish, Scottish king scallops from Shetland, and sitting rather austerely amongst all this frivolity an Angus rib eye steak from the Buccleuch Estate in Dumfriesshire.

As night follows day so does the Turkish Delight and blueberry crème brûlée follow the steak or whatever else your eye lit upon, hotly contested by the much celebrated Baklava with vanilla ice cream or Turkish chocolate, cherry and amaretto mousse with ice cream.

A brasserie menu offers two courses during the day and pre-theatre at an incredibly value for money price, with sesame falafel and humus served with salad and Turkish style fusilli pasta with creamy chicken and asparagus tips, or the chicken casserole of mixed vegetables, apricots and plums with rice and salad.

Over 50 fine wines and champagnes lurk in the cellar. One looks in vain for the odd bin of Chateau Musar, but you never know ? keep on asking. There are some Turkish reds well attuned to the hearty dishes from which you are never far away at Alla Turca. Staff have the same jovial service with a flourish that drums up thoughts of holidays-past in the robust countries of the Middle East.

The live musician plays every evening until late, an ideal accompaniment to the Candlelit Romantic Dinner, meaning you don't have to shout when you pop the all-important question. On certain weekends they even have traditional Turkish dances, do enquire to get details.

And talking of weddings, such occasions are star events at Alla Turca, who if you wish will take care of the whole event, or as much as you would like them to do. From 10 to 100, you can leave it all to them.

The final word should perhaps come from Joanna Blythman, respected restaurant critic, writing in the Sunday Herald ? Feast of the East, "This is definitely one of the most professional and well-run, assured restaurants I've eaten in for quite some time. It's the sort of place where, even in a large group, you know you will be well looked after. The music makes it more attractive still".

Alla Turca has Top Table Awards for 2007-2010, an Eat Scotland Award and is a real fun place in the Glasgow tradition of enjoyment. Click on their Website for further information.

Entertainment, International, Turkish

£12.00£25.00

3 Course Lunch with Champagne Cocktails for £9.95 Book

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Stoke Poges, Slough, SL2 4HT [Map]

The Garden Room at The Stoke Place has a remarkable string of awards like 3AA Rosettes, the AA Notable Wine list, a Michelin Guide recommendation and a score of 4 by the Good Food Guide. Diners can enjoy a modern British meal prepared using seasonal ingredients while taking in wonderful views of the gardens beyond. Learn more

The Garden Room at The Stoke Place has a remarkable string of awards like 3AA Rosettes, the AA Notable Wine list, a Michelin Guide recommendation and a score of 4 by the Good Food Guide. Diners can enjoy a modern British meal prepared using seasonal ingredients while taking in wonderful views of the gardens beyond.

Inventive dishes are highlighted on the Garden Room menu such as the pan-fried skate with crayfish, chorizo, corn salsa and vanilla bisque froth, and roast mallard duck breast with confit leg cannelloni, beetroot fondant, lavender and puy lentils. Indulgent desserts include coconut and cranberry jelly with yuzu sphere and hazelnut ice cream, and strawberry parfait with Pimms compressed cucumber.

The Garden Room restaurant offers afternoon tea while the tasting menu is an impressive array of fine gourmet fare with a flight of five tasting wines. The Garden Bar is ideal for a quick business lunch or a refreshing cocktail in the evening.

The Stoke Place is just a short drive from the Wrexham Park and Stoke Park Golf Courses.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

Modern British

£20.00£45.00

Guy Fawkes Night - Bonfire, Fireworks Display, Games for Children, Catering Available Adults £10.00, Children £5.00 Book

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Stoke Poges, Slough, SL2 4HT [Map]

The Garden Room at The Stoke Place has a remarkable string of awards like 3AA Rosettes, the AA Notable Wine list, a Michelin Guide recommendation and a score of 4 by the Good Food Guide. Diners can enjoy a modern British meal prepared using seasonal ingredients while taking in wonderful views of the gardens beyond. Learn more

The Garden Room at The Stoke Place has a remarkable string of awards like 3AA Rosettes, the AA Notable Wine list, a Michelin Guide recommendation and a score of 4 by the Good Food Guide. Diners can enjoy a modern British meal prepared using seasonal ingredients while taking in wonderful views of the gardens beyond.

Inventive dishes are highlighted on the Garden Room menu such as the pan-fried skate with crayfish, chorizo, corn salsa and vanilla bisque froth, and roast mallard duck breast with confit leg cannelloni, beetroot fondant, lavender and puy lentils. Indulgent desserts include coconut and cranberry jelly with yuzu sphere and hazelnut ice cream, and strawberry parfait with Pimms compressed cucumber.

The Garden Room restaurant offers afternoon tea while the tasting menu is an impressive array of fine gourmet fare with a flight of five tasting wines. The Garden Bar is ideal for a quick business lunch or a refreshing cocktail in the evening.

The Stoke Place is just a short drive from the Wrexham Park and Stoke Park Golf Courses.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

Modern British

£20.00£45.00

Guy Fawkes Night - Bonfire, Fireworks Display, Games for Children, Catering Available Adults £10.00, Children £5.00 Book

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Holiday Inn Reading M4 Jct10, Wharfedale Road, Winnersh Triangle, Reading, RG41 5TS [Map]

The stylish new 2 AA Rosette Caprice Restaurant & Terrace is the epitome of fine dining; offering some of the finest freshly prepared modern British cuisine in the Reading area. Located in the exceptional new AA Merit 4 Star Holiday Inn Reading M4 Jct 10, the Caprice is well placed for easy access to nearby Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell. Learn more

The stylish new 2 AA Rosette Caprice Restaurant & Terrace is the epitome of fine dining; offering some of the finest freshly prepared modern British cuisine in the Reading area. Located in the exceptional new AA Merit 4 Star Holiday Inn Reading M4 Jct 10, the Caprice is well placed for easy access to nearby Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell. The hotel is also conveniently located next to Winnersh Triangle train station on the Reading to Waterloo service and 20 minutes to London Paddington.

Striking colours and refreshing interior design greet you on arrival, and talented Head Chef Graham Weston will surprise you with his delightful creations. Guests are spoilt for choice, with a seasonal A la Carte Menu, featuring the finest local ingredients and a Set Menu for £18.95 to choose from. Most importantly you must leave space for the exceptional desserts - there is even a patissier who prepares an array of tempting treats, well worth the extra calories. The Caprice Terrace provides the ideal opportunity for al fresco dining in tranquil surroundings.

If you prefer something a bit more informal, try the stunning Monty's Lounge Bar. You can choose from a selection of light bites or a wide range of quality bar meals, including popular authentic Indian and Thai specialties. If you are after a quick, value for money breakfast or lunch, try Monty's daily specials or the express lunch menu. The Afternoon High Teas are also highly recommended. The hotel is transformed at night with music from the talented resident Pianist. There is complimentary secure parking and non-residents are always welcome.

To find out more, click on the restaurant's Website.

Indian, Modern British, Thai

£20.00£30.00

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The Real Greek - Bankside

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Units 1-2, Riverside House, 2A Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 9HA [Map]

The Real Greek first opened its doors in 1999 and now has seven outlets, ample proof that customers love the Greek street food on offer in the comfort of quiet, charming and sophisticated interiors with chandeliers, wooden flooring and cocktail style seating, where Hoxton and Clerkenwell blend with the neon lights of Bankside. Learn more

The Real Greek first opened its doors in 1999 and now has seven outlets, ample proof that customers love the Greek street food on offer in the comfort of quiet, charming and sophisticated interiors with chandeliers, wooden flooring and cocktail style seating, where Hoxton and Clerkenwell blend with the neon lights of Bankside.

Freshly cooked Mediterranean food, like so many other forms of cuisine, is all about outstanding ingredients, unique textures and honest flavours. The Real Greek demonstrates this through their mezes, small savoury appetisers that are best had with hot flatbread, before going on to enjoy the souvlaki or the Greek grilled kebab. Hot meze include choices like deep-fried whitebait, and grilled octopus tossed in olive oil, lemon, garlic and Greek mountain oregano. The charcoal grilled kebabs or souvlaki come wrapped in flatbread and can be shared or had individually.

Diners can also relax over Greek wines among other popular red, white, and rosé wines along with a selection of champagne, cocktails and beer.

Greek

£15.00£25.00

Lunch Menu at £8.95 per person (Choose between The Greek Trio or The Greek Pita Sandwich Plate) Book

1 Brasserie @ Downstairs

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192 Pitt Street, City Centre, Glasgow, G2 4DY [Map]

1 Brasserie @ Downstairs is the second outlet from the team behind the famed Alla Turca, and its strategic location makes it a popular hangout for post-work diners and just about anyone who wants to savour some sumptuous Mediterranean cooking in the bustling city of Glasgow. Learn more

1 Brasserie @ Downstairs is the second outlet from the team behind the famed Alla Turca, and its strategic location makes it a popular hangout for post-work diners and just about anyone who wants to savour some sumptuous Mediterranean cooking in the bustling city of Glasgow. The décor is trademark Middle Eastern style with mirrors, candlelight and even a hookah pipe.

The menu's catchword is its affordability and you could start with a Jerusalem artichoke and honeydew pumpkin salad or mixed mezze to share and follow this with a house specialty of barbecued lamb, chicken or cutlet kebab with rice and mixed salad. Other main course dishes include meat moussaka with aubergine, potatoes, mushroom, and hand-cut lamb with Béchamel sauce, and over-roasted chicken legs with its own sauce.

1 Brasserie @ Downstairs is also happy to host private parties for 4-110 people any day of the week.

Brasserie, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern

£15.00£30.00

3 Course Lunch with Champagne Cocktails for £9.95 Book

Mason's Restaurant @ Hilton Manchester Airport

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Outwood Lane, Manchester, M90 4WP [Map]

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Belgo - Bromley

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Christmas Party Menu - 2 courses £19.95 or 3 courses £24.95

Garden Room at The Stoke Place Hotel

Slough

Guy Fawkes Night - Bonfire, Fireworks Display, Games for Children, Catering Available Adults £10.00, Children £5.00

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Mayfair, Soho & Fringes

Menu Du Jour – 2 courses for £20 and 3 courses for £26. Also available for Pre and Post Theatre Dining

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Richmond-upon-Thames

Special Sunday Lunch: 3 courses for £38 & 3 courses including cheese for £45.

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Beefeater - The Lakeside, Doncaster

Doncaster

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