72 restaurants in Coventry
Restaurants in Coventry:
Skydome, Croft Road, Coventry, CV1 3AZ [Map]
New Orleans, ravaged in 2005 by hurricane Katrina, is now full of beans with plenty of food, jazz and Mardi Gras celebrations happening there. Taking a cue from the city's genuine sense of joie de vivre, Old Orleans celebrates the enthusiasm and authentic tastes of the Deep South. Latching on to the Crescent City style theme, the atmosphere across the 14 restaurants in the UK is cheerful and lively with a menu well fuelled by classic Louisiana and Cajun dishes.
Catfish or squid bites, chicken tenders, black and blue mushrooms, and Caesar's salad might be the first things you'll notice, closely followed by a Louisiana sampler of grilled chicken breast skewers, rustic cornbread, potato skins, hot and spicy wings, coconut shrimps, dusted squid and mini pork riblets, plus a BBQ sauce and sour cream dip.
For lovers of cocktails, ice cream and sliders there's a wide spread indeed and cocktail specialties include Hurricane, Serendipity and Screaming Banana Banshee. Little diners at Old Orleans are also well catered for with a special menu designed to suit their allegedly tiny appetites.
American, Cajun, South American
337 Tile Hill Lane, Tile Hill, nr Coventry, CV4 9DU [Map]
A thoroughly reliable Indian restaurant with all the plus points that the average customer would look for without being exceptional or expensive. It does however have several awards to its credit and the service is excellent. Rois Ali, Executive Chef at Rupali has just been granted a lease on the former fire station in Coventry with plans for an Eastern restaurant upstairs so all those bad-taste stories about hot curry and fire extinguishers could soon have some credibility.
Main Road, Meriden, nr Coventry, CV7 7NH [Map]
Remembering, as I do, The Manor from thirty years ago when it was about the only civilised watering hole for many miles around its location as the centre of England, I returned to it with some misgivings, noting immediately the greatly increased size. Well, I needn't have worried. What has been done is in good style and amazingly the quality of the food has, if anything improved. To begin with there are no great adventures going on in the kitchen and the dishes which emerge have a clarity and precision which combines classic disciplines with great skill. This is a place for those who are prepared to sacrifice pretension in the cause of guaranteed enjoyment. House wine £14.95 and a sound wine list.
Sandpits Lane, Keresley, Coventry, CV6 2FR [Map]
Unit 3, Arena Retail Park, Classic Drive, Coventry, CV6 6AS [Map]
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Should you feel an American moment coming on, get straight into the mood at a TGI Friday's. First thought of in New York in 1965, introduced to Birmingham, UK in 1986, they now, like so many other American concepts, are to be found on a global basis and have 48 outlets in the UK alone.
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