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Balloch Road, Balloch, Alexandria, Scotland G83 8SR
TALLSHIP NEAR CLYDE, Glasgow, Scotland G2 3PN
97-101 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 8BX
A small(ish), intimate restaurant set on Morrison street, with a lovely ambience and very friendly staff. The two females who greeted us and served the food were very pleasant. It is an all you can eat Brazillian restaurant. Help yourself to the buffet (fries, brazillian beans, salad, rice etc) as much as you wish, and then the waitress brings a variety of meat to you... and is carved off at your table.
The meat consisted of sausage, silverside, brisket, gammon, lamb, chicken...oh, and chicken hearts (which I wasn't brave enough to try). Everything else was cooked beautifully and tasted so tender.
It works on the red / green card system. Just turn the card on your table to green if you wish to eat... then over to red if you're taking a break or finished. The waitress was very efficient and seemed to be serving meat every few minutes.
Bring your own bottle (£2 corkage)
We didn't have any deserts, purely because we were stuffed.
All in all, a lovely dining experience. At the time of our visit, it was fairly quiet as it was an early booking for 5:30pm on a Friday night. However I do hope that even on their busiest nights, they are still as attentive and the service is equally as good. Only one way to find out........ :-)
Definitely worth a visit.
Ellersly Road, Edinburgh, Scotland EH12 6HZ
I paid £69.99 as part of an offer. This was for an overnight stay for 2 people, a 3 course evening meal, a bottle of prosecco and box of chocolates in the room on arrival and breakfast the following morning.
Therefore, I couldn't tell you the individual price this would normally have been; however the hotel did not scrimp on anything being as it was part of a deal.
The room was lovely and clean. Not the largest of room, but alright for an overnight.
The staff were very accommodating and informed us when the best time would be to eat (as there was a large group booking in).
The dinner was very tasty and beautifully presented. we had the smoked salmon, and pate for starters. Main courses were steak, and I had the chicken stuffed with haggis on a bed of mustard mash.
The desserts were gorgeous. Cheesecake with an array of berries around it, and the other dessert was a toffee bomb (ice cream with toffee sauce).
Breakfast was a buffet between 8am and 10am - fry ups, cereal and chocolate croissants etc.
The hotel had a lovely relaxed atmosphere.
The only point worth noting - you are situated along the north bypass entry into Edinburgh at a location where there isn't much within walking distance; however the nearest bus stop is all but five minutes away.
Nice location if you just fancy a quiet stroll.
There is private parking in the grounds of the hotel too which is handy.
Thanks to all the staff for making this a very pleasant stay.
60 Main Street, Glasgow, Scotland G71 7LR
£9.50 per person for a 3 course Indian buffet. Think this deal is on Mon - Thurs evenings.
Arrived in to see only another 3 people eating.
The waitress was very friendly and efficient. Told us we could opt for the buffet or the a la carte menu.
We chose the buffet.
A plate of mixed pakora was put down to us (potato, chicken and veg).
Not bad, but then again..... can you go wrong with pakora?
Main buffet consisted of popadoms, spiced onions, doughy nan bread, rice and 6 of the more popular indian dishes.
All which seemed pleasant. Nothing spectacular.
Price includes a tea or coffee, which we opted for.
Along with a coffee came a free chocolate (choice of after eight or other)
Glee soundtrack playing in the background - just at a nice level.
Price - reasonable
Food - average
Staff (waitress) - very good
Setting - average
Las Vegas Boulevard 3600, Nevada, NV 89109 Las Vegas
Maid service is also very good (very accommodating and friendly).
I must mention the Bellgio buffet. We had the breakfast buffet, which cost $19.99 per person. The morning buffet had a massive array of food, including the typical fry-up breakfast items (best, crispiest bacon ever). Also available was eggs benedict, chinese food, muffins, fruit, ice cream etc.
The dinner buffet is $29.99 per person, and again, very well worth it. A massive choice including the best of seafood, sushi, carving meats, pasta, pizza etc. The deserts are to die for! Unlimited drinks included in this price too.
There are approx 5 pools situated at the back of the Bellagio which are all well kept and very secluded. Pool staff are very helpful should you require a lounger space. Need to show your room card for access, and you will be given towels as you enter pool area. The hot tubs are a lovely touch too.
The self-parking is also very easy to manouver. I always landed lucky in finding a parking space on the ground level.
I would definitely stay in this hotel again.
If I had to "search" for a negative point, it would be that there were no tea or coffee making facilities in the room. I think a nice touch for a hotel of this class would be a nice coffee machine. Sometimes you just need that coffee first thing in the morning :-) enjoy!
91-95 Woodville Road, Cathays, Cardiff, Wales CF24 4DX
DO NOT USE ANTWERP JEWELLERY!!!!!!!!!