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House of Fraser, Deansgate, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 2QG
real italian home-cooking at very good prices. service is brisk and friendly. you could be in italy. no more to be said. drool over the website for details.
103 Hampstead Road, London NW1 3EL
I think I had high expectations as I found the food curiously disappointing. It was tasty but nothing more. I had the vaunted chocolaty chicken Mole Poblano which was OK but nothing to write home about. The Molcajete “hotpot” specials looked interesting so may give them a try if I go back. Huge range of tequila and great margarita (as it should be).
Staff slightly abrupt but they managed to smile once or twice.
Ambience was a bit cool – high ceiling doesn’t help – but it was fairly empty when I went.
81-103 Euston Street, London NW1 2EZ
Good: £75.00 for any single hotel room in central London is rare. Breakfast buffet generous.
Bad: awful bed, grim room, noisy street, broken TV; more like a backpackers hostel. Glossy website images not to be trusted.
I won’t be back.
69 Cobourg Street, Euston, London NW1 2HH
Great for the vast array of CAMRA beers and ciders
at incredibly good value prices for London; bad for smell of urinals pervading the lounge and the grim lighting.
97-99 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F 0UD
Does what it says: decent burgers and fries at non-tourist prices. Remarkable how many places can get this simple combination horribly wrong, e.g. Frankie and Benny’s faux-American Diner chain. Pleasant and helpful service. Gets my vote.
Newport Road, Cardiff, Wales CF3 0DL
01-05-2011 (updated on 08-09-2011)
If you like cheap, inedible supermarket grub masquerading as “Italian-American diner” food, at vastly inflated prices, you’ll love it. If you fancy a reasonably edible burger, Burger King is also on Newport Road.
35-36 Greek Street, London W1D 5DL
Food critic Jay Rayner is right – Y Ming is one of the best Chinese restaurants in London. Enough said.
24 Churchill Way, City Centre, Cardiff, Wales CF10 2DY
Sadly have to agree with the other recent reviews. Grim and over-price food, strange service, an unsmiling barman and the worst Margarita I’ve ever had: imagine diluted, luke-warm tequila with sweet lime “flavouring”. Please don’t go.
129 city road, Cardiff, Wales cf243pb
superb, fresh southern indian cooking.
Main focus on vegetarian but quite a few meat options.
Dhosas, Idli, Sambar, fantastic quirky dishes like deep fried chilli cauliflower…
Very good value for money, most dishes under £4.00
Service friendly but can be a bit chaotic.
121 High Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 5JU
Friendly staff but dismal food. Chicke shashlik warm not sizzling, with whole raw onion on the side.f Prawn curry with spinach and chilli leaked a yelllow watery "sauce" and tasted of nothing. Ditto cauliflower bhaji. Suspect everything came out of the same "curry sauce" pot with cream or chilli added. Not pleasant - I will not be back.
- Cardiff 9 reviews
- Euston, London 3 reviews
- Dorking 2 reviews
- Rochdale 2 reviews
- South Bank, London 2 reviews
- Soho, London 2 reviews
- Kings Cross, London 1 review
- Leamington Spa 1 review
- Abergavenny 1 review
- Brecon 1 review
- Haverfordwest 1 review
- Bath 1 review
- Tewkesbury 1 review
- Manchester 1 review