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476 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1TS [Map]

Located in the heart of the Granite City's West End, Cinnamon specialises in rich, nouvelle Indian cuisine. The contemporary dining room is a great place to unwind and the exclusive bar area serves an excellent range of refreshing aperitifs, handpicked wines, beer and whisky. Learn more

Located in the heart of the Granite City's West End, Cinnamon specialises in rich, nouvelle Indian cuisine. The contemporary dining room is a great place to unwind and the exclusive bar area serves an excellent range of refreshing aperitifs, handpicked wines, beer and whisky.

Cinnamon's menu blends in the best of Bangladeshi and regional India cuisine with a Scottish touch. The kitchen team use fresh and flavoursome ingredients and spices that lend a distinct flavour to dishes such as the king prawn trilogy, rogan josh pot roast poussin and Gressingham duck breast simmered in an orange gravy.

Popular dishes include Cinnamon's fillet of sea bass rubbed with chef's spices and the fiery lamb tak tak bhuna. The concise wine list includes bins from around the world and complements the spicy flavours of Indian cuisine on offer.

Close to the Aberdeen Rail Station, Cinnamon restaurant enjoys a glowing reputation among locals and tourists in the area. The Trinity Shopping Centre is an 8-minute walk away.

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

Fusion, Indian, Modern

£15.00£29.00

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Café Royal Hotel, 68 Regent Street, London, W1B 4DY [Map]

Housed within the luxurious Café Royal Hotel, The Ten Room offers a refreshing take on the dining room concept, serving British cuisine with much flair. The elegant interior retains many original features of this landmark building and striking red furnishings, large windows and high ceilings add a regal feel. Learn more

Housed within the luxurious Café Royal Hotel, The Ten Room offers a refreshing take on the dining room concept, serving British cuisine with much flair.

The elegant interior retains many original features of this landmark building and striking red furnishings, large windows and high ceilings add a regal feel. Kick-start your day with a sumptuous Ten Room breakfast menu that includes a choice of continental, English, American and healthy breakfast options alongside bacon, sausages and eggs. A unique blend of classics and contemporary favourites are evident on the a la carte with dishes such as Scottish scallop ceviche, avocado, lime and hazelnuts, or Label Anglais chicken and confit leg 'Royale.

Diners can also enjoy a specialised selection of popular dishes on the Ten Room all day menu featuring pasta, fish, burgers, steaks and a variety of sandwiches. Afternoon tea time brings in a range of choices with black, herbal, oxidised, jasmine and fruit teas, served with pastries, cakes and freshly cut sandwiches.

In the heart of London's West End, The Ten Room on Regent Street exudes much charm as one of London's most famous dining rooms.

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station is a 2-minute walk away.

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

British

£25.00£50.00

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89 The Mount, York, YO24 1AX [Map]

We hear a great deal about recycling these days - du Vin recycles attractive but sometimes un-loved buildings to restore real gems in the best tradition of British understated style. Complement that with all that is best in the French bistro ethos, bars that reach out to please, and you have a setting that provides an inspirational background for people to meet, do business, get married, provide a base for golf or fishing, somewhere you can call your own for a private celebration, a spa or - most engagingly - a wine school that breaks the mould. Learn more

We hear a great deal about recycling these days - du Vin recycles attractive but sometimes un-loved buildings to restore real gems in the best tradition of British understated style.

Complement that with all that is best in the French bistro ethos, bars that reach out to please, and you have a setting that provides an inspirational background for people to meet, do business, get married, provide a base for golf or fishing, somewhere you can call your own for a private celebration, a spa or - most engagingly - a wine school that breaks the mould.

Think quintessential British style - elegant and unpretentious. Combine this with a great spirit, wit, and an unquestionable devotion to wine, and you have captured the essence of Hotel du Vin.

Situated in the area known as The Mount, Hotel du Vin is a unique luxury boutique hotel close to the centre of the historic city of York. Housed in the distinctive architecture of a beautiful Grade II-listed building that dates back to the early 19th century, it was formerly a private home, then an orphanage and more recently the Shepherd Homes building. du Vin have transformed it into a real home away from home, with 44 stylish bedrooms and beautiful suites. Every room has handsprung mattresses, fine Egyptian linen, deep baths, power showers and high speed wireless internet access.

The classy bistro is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and offers a menu rooted in classic European cuisine with a contemporary edge. Head Chef Nico Cecchello introduces notes of originality by adding his own selections daily, all supporting the overall philosophy of using the finest and freshest local produce, cooked simply and priced sensibly.

From a choice of six starters on the à la carte menu expect to find Uig smoked salmon classic, smoked haddock chowder 'en croute', salted cod brandade with paprika and herb crostini, devilled lamb kidneys and toasted sour dough.

The simple classics option yields potted rabbit with pickled vegetables, or a Jerusalem artichoke veloute with white truffle oil, or on the mains menu the traditional fish pie, an impressively moist and well packed production with cheese topping that commands great popularity. In season don't be slow to order the traditional roast red leg partridge with bread pudding, game chips and jus rösti, a wonderful dish.

Other main courses delight customers with braised ox cheeks and fresh buttered tagliatelle, stuffed squid with carmague rice and tomato fondue, or pan fried halibut with butter bean ragout and rosemary sauce. Desserts look to homemade Bailey's cheesecake, traditional Black Forest gateaux, and a fine pear crumble with pouring cream.

Whilst one might argue that the whole point of being in a du Vin is to snuggle up to the wine list, this list is designed to march with the food and can only be described as excellent. Their selection of single malts is enough to stop a homebound Scot from going any further north. Service is telepathic in the best possible sense. Those gasping for a little nicotine are welcome in the Cigar shack or the luxurious, heated, candlelit, leather smoking bothy in the garden.

Click on their Website for full information and rates. Hotel du Vin, with fourteen options throughout Britain, awaits your call.

Bistro, French, Modern European

£25.00£35.00

Christmas offer at Hotel Du Vin - from £29.50 per person Book

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Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill, 30 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BH [Map]

The Montagu offers tranquil views over one of London's most picturesque gardens, yet provides a vibrant setting to relax and indulge in a wide range of modern British, seasonal dishes, all of which are prepared in a striking open kitchen. Learn more

The Montagu offers tranquil views over one of London's most picturesque gardens, yet provides a vibrant setting to relax and indulge in a wide range of modern British, seasonal dishes, all of which are prepared in a striking open kitchen. Located at the Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill - in Portman Square the restaurant prides itself on being a neighbourhood restaurant, which serves up a wide selection of wonderful, fresh dishes, with a mission to provide relaxed eating for all those whose lives bring them into contact with the hotel and its neighbourhood. Awarded the prestigious Tea Guild's Award of Excellence for the past three years, The Montagu offers a full afternoon tea service from 3:00pm to 6:00pm which is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street.

The Montagu offers tranquil views over one of London's most picturesque gardens, yet provides a vibrant setting to relax and indulge in a wide range of modern British, seasonal dishes, all of which are prepared in a striking open kitchen. Located at the Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill - in Portman Square the restaurant prides itself on being a neighbourhood restaurant, which serves up a wide selection of wonderful, fresh dishes, with a mission to provide relaxed eating for all those whose lives bring them into contact with the hotel and its neighbourhood.

Awarded the prestigious Tea Guild's Award of Excellence for the past three years, The Montagu offers a full afternoon tea service from 3:00pm to 6:00pm which is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street. The Montagu Afternoon Tea offers elegant tiered stands bearing a selection of traditionally British, thinly sliced finger sandwiches and warm fruit and plain scones with strawberry jam and Cornish clotted cream. The Patissier's selection includes pretty French pastries and fruit tartlets and mini desserts. Also served is a fine selection of exquisite teas.

In addition, The Montagu offers Sex and the City Afternoon Tea, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Created with each of the girls in mind the Sex and the City afternoon tea  includes savoury dishes inspired by the city of New York and include pastrami on rye, and New York bagels with smoked salmon and cream cheese.  Mini burgers (named after Jack Berger, one of Carrie's boyfriends) and mini New York hot dogs with a light drizzle of mustard add a little Manhattan glamour to the tea.

On the sweet end of the spectrum, a selection of pastries have been created with each of the girls in mind.  For Carrie, a strawberry-flavoured chocolate pink stiletto; for Charlotte, a pink strawberry cupcake; for Samantha an appletini jelly in a mini martini glass; and, finally, for Miranda, glazed doughnuts.

The Montagu's Chef's Table is a foodie experience with a 5-course menu, prepared and delivered by the chefs, right before your eyes.

For those with time to linger at lunch or having dinner, the choice is wide and focuses on ingredients that are in season. Try the court bouillon poached prawns with cocktail sauce and avocado, or the Dover sole with roasted potatoes and drizzled with lemon butter. Or for those who prefer something meatier, choose from a stunning beef tenderloin with bone marrow crust and braised shallots, or a herbed lamb rump with celeriac mash and glazed carrots.

And for pudding, it is difficult to resist The Montagu's tempting selection. Indulge in a plum crumble with red wine ice-cream and vanilla pod sauce, a spiced hot chocolate with caramelised homemade marshmallows, or a scrumptious sticky toffee and date pudding with toffee sauce and vanilla ice-cream.

An extensive wine list offers 70 labels covering mix of New and Old World wines, with numerous selections available by the glass.

The Montagu in some ways echoes the grand style of a gentleman's club but one that is shorn of its pomposity and sepulchral silence, instead they are replaced with jollity and laughter, a real fun place to be not least because of the quality of the food and surroundings, and providing a real lift to the area.

However, the best way to find out all about The Montagu and the Hyatt Regency Hotel - The Churchill, one of the most elegant in London, is to visit their Website.


Brasserie, British, European

£35.00£45.00

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Digswell Hill, Welwyn, AL6 9AJ [Map]

Backed by professional yet friendly staff, this charming pub-restaurant has a warm and inviting bar and a spacious dining room where you'll find plenty of regulars dropping in. A log fire in the handsome exposed brick inglenook, white leather chairs accompanied by sturdy wooden tables, well placed on the quarry-tiled floor, and the oak beamed ceiling with subdued lighting is the kind of interior you can expect at The Red Lion. Learn more

Backed by professional yet friendly staff, this charming pub-restaurant has a warm and inviting bar and a spacious dining room where you'll find plenty of regulars dropping in. A log fire in the handsome exposed brick inglenook, white leather chairs accompanied by sturdy wooden tables, well placed on the quarry-tiled floor, and the oak beamed ceiling with subdued lighting is the kind of interior you can expect at The Red Lion.

The atmosphere is one of joviality and when the sun is out, there are few things better than an al fresco meal; a deck area and the garden overlooking the woods, are set with comfortable chairs and benches, easily seating around forty diners at a go.

The kitchen's approach to cooking is mostly modern British, underpinned by a slight Mediterranean focus, with great emphasis placed on sourcing high quality seasonal ingredients. There's something for everyone and for all occasions and you could probably see traditional favourites such as pizzas, steaks and fish and chips interestingly juxtaposed with chef's daily specials.

To set the right note of fashionable sociability there are sharing plates, box baked Camembert with rustic bread, Greek mezze of taramasalata with humus, tzatziki, feta and flatbread, or a pizzette with garlic, rocket and Parmesan.

Amongst the starters, there is freshly made soup of the day, sake cured salmon with asparagus, Serrano ham, poached egg and hollandaise or red onion tarte with jersey blue cheese, watercress and roasted vine tomatoes. The salads - sorry, that should read 'leaves' - offer prawns with avocado and Asian greens and poached salmon with, broad beans, asparagus, peas and lemon dressing, both perfect for the seafood fiends.

These days no self-respecting gastropub can afford to be without its pizza range; expect to find a classic Margherita of tomato, mozzarella and basil, another with pepperoni, chorizo and jalapeño. Pastas include the linguini with chorizo, king prawns, crab, chilli and roast butternut squash risotto.

For the big event, there is always a fish of the day on request. The fillet steak with asparagus and blistered cherry tomatoes is worth trying too. Rib-eye steak with rocket, fresh horseradish sauce and crispy onions is popular, a sign of the times and improving taste in eating.

A wide range of supporting dishes includes frites with rosemary salt and aioli. For desserts resort to the classics - banoffee pie, vanilla pod cheesecake or sticky toffee pudding. Also there are some local cheeses on hand to set the buffs alight.

A sensible wine list that matches the cuisine to perfection trawls the world and comes up with some pretty interesting numbers - almost as interesting as the laconic descriptions, mostly one word but very accurate, even if 'regal, intense and youthful' does sound rather like a generous heiress of infinite promise. The Red Lion also stocks a wide range of cask ales alongside a selection of bottled ones.

Check regularly on their Website for menu changes and arrangements for special events and celebrations. Please note that the E-Mail Contact is for enquiries only, not for bookings.

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English, Gastropub, Modern British

£18.00£28.00

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104 Thames Street, Weybridge, KT13 8NG [Map]

The Minnow is one of those pubs that have surfaced on the mainstream of casual eating in the UK and are taking an increasing share of the market, evidenced by their growth in numbers and the popularity of what they have to offer. Learn more

The Minnow is one of those pubs that have surfaced on the mainstream of casual eating in the UK and are taking an increasing share of the market, evidenced by their growth in numbers and the popularity of what they have to offer.

Contemporary pubs such as these usually share a number of characteristics. An important feature is space, preferably a restaurant where you are comfortable, not over-awed, and not sharing elbow space with the next table, however sociable they may be. Good, too, to have a garden, optional al fresco eating out space, and by no means least a roomy and well stocked bar where you can actually get served without undue delay. If a pub offers all of these, and is in a good location, there is little reason in today's economic climate why it should not flourish. The Minnow provides ample evidence that this is true.

The ambience is very relaxed with its beautifully restored building and manicured gardens. The informal bar and dining areas have a décor where contemporary meets organic and melds into copper topped tables, real fires and wine prints on the walls.

The term 'gastropub' covers a multitude of blessings and it is possible to see influences of brasserie, bistro, restaurant and even café at work within the great gastro umbrella. So expect to find no one single cuisine, but a blend designed to provide something for everybody, no matter what their treat may be. To set the right note of fashionable sociability there are sharing plates, rustic breads with roast garlic, olives and virgin olive oil, or Mediterranean mezze of hummus, roasted vegetables, fregola, tzatziki, feta, spinach and ricotta pâté with flatbreads.

Amongst the starters there is always freshly made soup; the like of potted duck, smoked chicken with plum, balsamic chutney and wholemeal toast; spiced crab with avocado, prawns, ginger and pink grapefruit and, water melon, prosciutto ham, feta and chilli ice cream are also to be found. You can also find crispy duck, mouli, hoisin, carrots, spring onions and plum sauce among others in the salad or 'leaves' section of the carte.

Pastas include linguini with tiger prawns, crab, chorizo, chilli, tomato and white wine, or the tagliatelle with slow cooked Bolognaise and parmesan. For the big event there is roast rump of lamb, sauce soubise, asparagus, pancetta and button onions.

Calves liver with tray baked potatoes, red onion, bacon and sage panagrattato is popular, a sign of the times and improving taste in eating. For hearty eaters there is freshly battered haddock with frites, tartare sauce and minted mushy peas. A wide range of supporting dishes includes Belgium frites and mayo, and cabbage, leek and peas. Desserts are some of the best you'll encounter with apple, blackcurrant crumble and vanilla custard, and sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream, and there is also a selection of cheeses to set the buffs alight.

The Minnow stocks a wide range of beers, both well-loved draught ales and bottled from further afield. The wine list covers plenty of territory from traditional clarets to Pinot Grigio, and champagne by the glass or bottle is always available. Service is cheerful, brisk and totally in keeping with the friendly nature of a good English gastropub.

Their informative Website will keep you up to date on changes in menu and forthcoming events.Please note that the E-Mail Contact is for enquiries only, not for bookings.


English, Gastropub, Modern British

£18.00£28.00

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

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St James's Hotel & Club, 7-8 Park Place, St. James's, London, SW1A 1LS [Map]

Started by Executive chef William Drabble, the Michelin-starred Seven Park Place is a fine dining restaurant within the St. James Hotel and club that serves modern French fare made primarily from British ingredients. Learn more

Started by Executive chef William Drabble, the Michelin-starred Seven Park Place is a fine dining restaurant within the St. James Hotel and club that serves modern French fare made primarily from British ingredients. Awarded 4 Rosettes by the AA, the ambience is chic, comfortable and reflects a distinct retro-Parisian style with elaborate seating, fine dining and rich furnishings. The food is more of a formal affair, which is prepared from the best seasonal ingredients sourced from specialist suppliers found locally.

Dishes include Poached tail of native lobster with cauliflower, truffle and lobster butter sauce, saddle of Lune Valley lamb with garlic and thyme, and roast breast and confit leg of mallard with parsnip puree and Madeira jus.

Desserts include ginger bread spiced parfait with figs slow cooked in mulled wine and assiette of milk chocolate which can be indulged in after the meal along with a variety of choices from the comprehensive wine list.

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

British, French

£33.00£50.00

STAR DEAL - 4 courses £45 per person Book

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London Road, Sunninghill, SL5 7SB [Map]

English, Gastropub, Modern British

£18.00£28.00

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14-16 North Street, Bishop Stortford, CM23 2LL [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

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23 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1HA [Map]

The brainchild of Alan Yau, the man behind critically-acclaimed Hakkasan and Wagamama, Sake No Hana was established in 2007. Housed within a Grade II-listed building, the dramatic entrance features striking black high gloss, and the interior is awash with earthy bamboo and futuristic lighting. Learn more

The brainchild of Alan Yau, the man behind critically-acclaimed Hakkasan and Wagamama, Sake No Hana was established in 2007. Housed within a Grade II-listed building, the dramatic entrance features striking black high gloss, and the interior is awash with earthy bamboo and futuristic lighting.

The Sake No Hana menu is divided by cooking method rather than course. Simple and approachable, it lends itself perfectly for a business lunch, dinner or special occasions, with dishes like grilled black cod with spring onion and mandarin sauce, and sumiyaki sirloin.

Choose from a range of hot or cold small bites, like bavette tataki and fried chicken leg with sansho miso. Sake No Hana Mayfair also serves a refreshing selection of wines, spirits, liqueurs, sakes and Japanese whiskies.

Offering a contemporary touch to traditional Japanese dishes, Sake No Hana London is a short walk from Burlington Arcade and Piccadilly Circus.

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

Japanese

£25.00£38.00

5 course brunch with a glass of prosecco £38.50 per person (vegetarian menu £35 per person) Book

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Brasserie and Bar at Malmaison - Oxford

Oxford

Receive a complimentary desserts when ordering 2 courses from a la carte (available Monday - Wednesday)

Hakkasan - Hanway Place

Mayfair, Soho & Fringes

Arrival cocktail, 6 course Dim Sum Sundays lunch with half a bottle of Champagne, £58 per person (minimum of 2 guests)

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The Maharaja Experience Banquette - £53.90 per person. Original price £69.90

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Christmas menu at £29.50 per person

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Momo

Mayfair, Soho & Fringes

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