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Pub Street, All Cannings, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 3PA
We are so lucky here in Wiltshire with the number of pubs that serve good food, and the Kings Arms is a classic example.
Settled alongside its own Caravan Club campsite, at the edge of the Pewsey Downs, this village pubs offers a mixture of eating and drinking both inside and out.
We had not made a reservation, but the staff quickly found us a table and explained the daily 'Specials'. I chose slowly braised ox cheek, which was a treat, and other had beer battered fish.
The landlord made us feel very welcome and this is somewhere we will definitely head back to on those occasions where formality is less important than atmosphere, good real ale, and a friendly welcome.
East Chisenbury, Pewsey, Wiltshire SN9 6AQ
A real find, the Red Lion is sure to raise East Chisenbury’s current profile as a sleepy hamlet into a place that attracts foodies from afar.
The pub/restuarant’s new owners have worked together in premier restaurants in new York and beyond, and it shows. The menu changes daily and includes local fair, such as fish from the nearby village, and meats.
To make things even better, the landlady specialises in yummy patisserie deserts - totally irresistible.
If you are looking for London quality food, at country prices, then make sure you give the Red Lion a go - you will not be disappointed.
65-67 Regent Street, Mayfair, London W1B 4EA
My twin daughters chose Cocoon in Regent Street as their restaurant of choice to celebrate their 21st birthday with us, and their two friends, before going on to the Comedy Store last night.
They chose well - Cocoon makes bold statements in all areas, especially the interior design and in the presentation of the excellent food.
Four starters, drawn from the sashimi, the sushi roll and the standard section of the menu were more than enough for the six of us - the spicy tuna roll was especially notable.
The choice for main eating is not large, and four us of ended up choosing the same Chicken Green Curry, but the nonetheless it was an excellent choice served and presented to perfection.
There is a tremendous buzz around the upstairs eating salon, which offers night-time views down Regent Street, and the average diner was well-dressed and at the younger end of the working scale.
Our meal ended with a couple of superb deserts, a Jasmine tea, and a bill for £260 including two bottles of wine - value indeed considering the standard of service, presentation and food.