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Maison Bleue Restaurant

Abbeygate, St Edmundsbury
18/05/2021: Regulars will know that we are huge fans of this restaurant. We've been coming to Maison Bleue for at least 20 years, probably more. And over the years it has constantly reinvented itself, with the food and service getting ever more impressive.Well, today, we were back for their first post-Covid lunch service, and it was an emotional moment - eating amazing food, in a familiar setting, looked aster by a Michelin-star winning team. The food is amongst the best you will ever taste. The service is attentive but unfussy.Our lunch gave us hope that we are heading back to some kind of normality. It was exceptional.
18/12/2020: We have been wanting to go here for a few years and finally got to go. It was truly worth the wait. The food service everything was to the highest standard. It was one of the best meals I’ve ever had. I truly think it’s a michelin standard restaurant.


Bengal Brasserie

Kirkstall, Leeds
18/11/2023: We had chicken jalfrazi, and mild tika, galic nan with popperdoms we have tried all their dishes on menu and what outstandng dishes we have had we have had many currys from diffrent places but this place is our number 1 curry house and have been using this place for good few years in and takeout and delivery service is quick and also friendly to the in house staff are so friendly, polite, do anything for you too very very clean environment great chefs would recommend to anyone 😋😊😊
16/11/2023: I had the chilli massala, was amazingly flavourful and the pints definitely hit the spot. All the severs were very friendly especially shaquile


Restaurant 27

St Jude, Portsmouth, 60-100£
06/06/2021: We booked this well in advance, on arrival left standing there no one acknowledged us Eventually the Maitre De came over with all the personality of a funeral director! and said can I have a word and directed us to a corner out of the way of diners.( We couldn't think for the life of us what we had done!!) He said he had tried to ring us to confirm we were still coming!! WE HAD BOOKED ! Why did he need to ring us? He said they'd had a lot of no shows. ?? Our table had been given away!! but if we would like to have a drink first he would find us a table in 40 mins! When we said ok can we sit by the bar and wait we were told to go to the pub down the road!!The Florence Arms. Why we went back afterwards we still don't know! While we were in the pub he texted us ( On booking , to the question any allergies I said my husband is allergic to cream so no cream) he text to say is that hot cream or cold he's allergic to? WHAT ! NO CREAM I said . Silence came the reply! The Florence Arms gastro pub is worth a visit,with jolly helpful staff and food looked great. Why oh why did we go back to Restaurant 27 !!! Food while plenty of effort gone into it ,it was sickley with loads of cream in everything! Service from staff was good but dour as was the decor, no choice of menu you had what you were given! The evening was supposed to be a treat for my husbands birthday. We would never patronize this restaurant again.deffinately not worth the £150 spent.The Maitre Dr needs to go on a customer care course.My husband was ill all night and next day. ruined our day!
04/06/2021: The restaurant was fully booked and busy on a Friday night, and despite the initial abruptness of our welcome and being pointed to our table, this is definitely worth a visit.The tasting menu has a range of delicious food, with the staff working hard throughout to ensure you are not sat waiting for too long in between courses. We did not opt for the wine pairings but would do on future visits.We left not feeling too full or hungry, which is often a sign of a balanced menu. Food quality is high.



Lansdown, Cheltenham
01/05/2021: Had a lovely meal prepared by L’Artisan, very tasty and still hot although it had to get home and to the table. It was a treat to have restaurant quality food to share with guests. Can recommend. Thank you Elizabeth and Yves.
20/04/2021: Due to not being able to visit the restaurant we ordered an authentic French meal from L’Artisan to eat at home some 30 minutes away. It was so easy to order via e.mail and was all ready to collect at the precise time. We had chosen 3 meals from the set menu and 1 from the a la carte. All travelled well and were hot when served. We had put the oven on a low heat to keep the main courses hot whilst we ate our starters. All courses were perfect in size and exceptional in quality. The amuse bouche and pre deserts were an additional and welcome bonus.You may have no fears in ordering a meal from L’Artisan. Go for it. You won’t regret it.We look forward to eating IN the restaurant as soon as it is permitted.Thank you Yves and Elisabeth.


Samphire Seafood Restaurant

Mid Argyll, Argyll & Bute
19/11/2023: Lovely fresh food served by friendly, helpful staff. Great gluten free options available and staff showed good understanding of food allergy/intolerance issues.
03/11/2023: I dined at Samphire a couple of nights ago with my partner, and can honestly say that although I have dined in many high end restaurants, I have rarely had such an amazing culinary experience. A big thank you to Chef Patron Andrew and his team. Cosy atmosphere, great service and stunning food; fabulous local produce cooked and presented to perfection. My only issue was trying to choose from such a delightful and mouth-watering menu, so I reckon I'll just have to go back again....and again!


The French Quarter

Westgate, Newcastle upon Tyne
17/11/2023: What an amazing find, was recommended by word of mouth and thankfully I listened. Friendly welcome from Eleanor who is a credit to the business and very knowledgable and approachable. There was no pretentiousness which you often find in so called posh places, family run and you can tell the difference from a chain restaurant. Loved the idea of French tapas small plates and I have to say it was a taste sensation, tried escargot for the first time which made me feel like I was doing a taste test on I’m a celebrity. Wouldn’t normally contemplate eating snails but gave it a go. Glad I did, they were great just don’t think about what they are! Definitely be back and price wise was fairly reasonable for what we got.
16/11/2023: Visited with colleagues for an early dinner. First time dining here. The restaurant is charming & the staff very friendly & helpful. For 4 we ordered 2 bottles of wine 2 portions of bread & 2 dishes each with one person also having pudding. I went for the moules mariniere & potato gratin. Potato Gratin was lovely the moules were nice. My constructive feedback would be size of the pot (although admittedly cute to look at) they came in made it difficult to access the sauce at the start - a shallower wider dish would have been preferable so I could get more sauce on each mussel and got the full taste more. Although it is a small plate restaurant both dishes were good sized portions and plenty particularly with the bread. All my colleagues enjoyed their food. Bread was freshly sliced & the garlic oil as well as the butter was a lovely alternative. Great wine list with lots of choice. Came to £39 each including 10% service charge. Would I visit again? Yes


the crab hut

Tophill East, Weymouth and Portland, >100£
18/02/2024: We had arrived late afternoon when they were closed but we returned later without a booking & were seated in the marquee which had heated lamps above every table. The food was exceptional & all served with a smile, it could'nt be faulted. We would certainly go there again if the occasion arose, I hope it does! If you happen to go on a cold wet night with a gale blowing be prepared to eat with your coats on as most patrons were because although the marquees were heated but it can be a little on the cool side. That establishment in my mind was the best place I had ever eaten a meal for many a year. LONG MAY IT SURVIVE!!!
17/02/2024: Great family meal, we decided to share bigger plates with kids. We had scallops and mussels to start. Monkfish curry and sole for the main split between myself and my two kids. My wife (not a big fish eater) had hake with truffle, goats cheese, mushrooms, pesto etc and absolutely devoured it! Desserts were top notch as well! Really friendly staff. Sat in heated marquee and it was nice and warm on a cold blustery night.


La Belle Epoque

Heathrow Villages, Hillingdon, 60-100£
04/01/2022: I have eaten here four times. It's the main reason that I stay at the Sofitel LHR T5. On two of those occasions, I had the tasting menu, and asked to meet the chef on the second occasion because it was so extraordinarily good. This...
11/04/2020: The restaurant is incrible from the decor style, great service of attendants to amazing food. I was delighted by the treatment I received and delicious food. I will certainly eat there again if I stay at Sofitel... But it is worth going there if you...


The Checkers

Montgomery, Powys
04/01/2024: We stayed & dined here for New Year’s Eve. The room was great with quality amities and very nice Welsh cakes. The evening meal was fabulous, the set menu was well balanced and Andrew’s passion for quality and local ingredients showed. Rachel and the front of house staff are friendly and attentive. The rooms are very comfortable and we had a great night sleep. The following morning we had a great breakfast. Would highly recommended the rooms and restaurant. Will definitely return.
09/12/2023: Exceptional food and incredible service. We had both the tasting menu and vegetarian tasting menu. All courses looked and tasted delicious. It was a fabulous evening and will definitely visit again. Was a real treat and very special.


Comptoir + Cuisine

Abbey, Bath and North East Somerset
24/11/2023: I’ve never paid so much to eat so little! The food was nice but don’t expect more than a few mouthfuls for £££. I had a cocktail that was whisked away before I’d even finished it. This place is so pretentious. Don’t bother unless that’s what you’re after.
20/11/2023: Not cheap, but well worth the money. Quiet, relaxed atmosphere, small plates service with food beautifully prepared (the pigs' cheeks in Calvados are particularly recommended). It's also the only place we are in in Bath where they actually serve your bread with more butter than you need. Catholics should beware when using the lavatories, though - the gents' displays a statue of Saint Anthony of Padua on the cistern, looking uncomfortable among framed black and white erotic photographs of inviting-looking young ladies, while in the ladies' a 1950s rent boy exposes himself to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. ll in a long French tradition of secular anticlericalism of course, but it may offend you - if your religious sensibilities are such, I advise using a loo elsewhere just before you go there, or immediately after.



Whitby West Cliff, Scarborough
01/10/2022: Goats cheese tart lovely, and service was good, and generally expensive...... But £4.00 for 2 carrots... I will say no more🤔🙄
21/08/2022: Booked this place at the last minute and we weren't disappointed. Whoever put the time and patience into the interior design of these rooms should be really proud of themselves, not something which can be described easily and give them the justice they deserve, they certainly are a unique boutique class of accommodation. Very clean indeed. Big and extremely comfortable beds with pillows to match. The apartment is a very good size and well equipped as is the en suite shower room. The Parisienne room is a head turning eye opener with a twist of something different, very nice indeed. We can thoroughly recommend these rooms as Whitby accommodation. Personally, we have been visiting Whitby for years but will be making these rooms our first port of call in future. We didn't eat in the restaurant.


Truffles French Restaurant

Fareham East, Fareham, 20-30£
19/12/2023: We visit this restaurant regularly as a couple, but for our last visit we brough a friend along who was as impressed as we were. The small menu, which changes every couple of months, ensures that the food is really fresh and of a consistently high standard. One of us is a non- meat eater and the creative vegetarian dishes are some of the best I've eaten. The restaurant itself is small, so it always has a nice intimate feel. The service is attentive, without being intrusive. I can't recommend it highly enough.
26/11/2023: Simply excellent food! Ate here with friends and we were all thoroughly delighted with the food - the restaurant itself is small (probably 20 covers) snd modt other tables were occupied but bur service was good, and the food arrived in good time. Pork & Mustard Croquette and then Roasted Cod were my choices - both were delicious, and even had room for a chocolate brownie. Wine choices excellent and vegetarians catered for (although slightly limited choices). One recommendation would be wider choice of alcohol free drinks...


Petit Coco

College, Cheltenham
11/11/2023: Great flavours the food delicious-not Hugh portions but quality over quantity! Well presented Fab drinks the French sparkling wine was divine Not the most comfortable seats and rather scruffy tables chairs floors ect but I think that’s the effect they are after. Service was perfect. Small restaurant. No good for the physically compromised person as very steep stairs. No parking
10/11/2023: The restaurant is extremely small with a limited menu. All of the French inspired dished that we had were excellent. We enjoyed prawns, mussels, steak, fish and chicken and all were superb. The shellfish was particularly delicious. The service was professional and friendly.


L'amuse Bouche Restaurant

Priory, Malvern Hills
05/09/2021: This was an outstandingly good meal (food and wine) and a most enjoyable, relaxing experience. The staff were friendly and skilled. The main dining-room is very attractive with a small cascade amongst rocks a few outside one of the windows. The noise-level was low (no music) and allowed a stress-free and joyful reunion dinner for the four of us.
26/08/2021: The dining experience was top drawer and will live long in the memory. The Head Chef Chris really knows his business, as you can tell from his bio on the hotel website. The food and portions were all just right, so tasty, so many flavours, and the wine we had was tremendous. We particularly enjoyed the pudding/sweet taster selection (where you get one of everything). We loved the relaxing atmosphere of the restaurant, and all the staff were very friendly and well trained by the lovely host Barbara. Even the views from the restaurant into their sizeable garden with water feature were charming. We will definitely book here again in the future. Their two AA Rosettes, years of being Michelin Guide listed, and many prestigious culinary awards speaks for itself. Worth every penny.


Yalbury Cottage

Charminster and Cerne Valley, West Dorset, 30-45£
14/03/2021: Have been here several times this time for a 50th birthday. Staff friendly and go out of their way to make you comfortable and tend to your needs, Food is of michelin star quality and should receive one. Beautiful atmosphere and would really like to stay overnight next time.
20/12/2020: Encouraged by previous reviews we booked a one night dinner bed and breakfast. Despite the current Covid restrictions there was a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. The food was of excellent quality, perfectly cooked and presented with a few interesting elements like the delicious Scots Pine. Service was professional and friendly.The accommodation was spotlessly clean and comfortable. Overall a very enjoyable experience which we hope to repeat in the future.

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