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The Compasses Inn, Crundale, Kent: ‘Wherever they go, I will follow’ – restaurant review

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My bid to wax lyrical about The Compasses Inn in Crundale, Kent, comes with unfortunate timing. I’ve wanted to shout about this award-winning gastropub ever since I stopped by a month or so ago, curious as to why food...

10 of the best restaurants, delis and takeaways in York

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A rare purveyor of relaxed good vibes and seriously on-point cooking, chef Neil Bentinck has created a buzzy restaurant that’s unusually broad in its appeal. Food nerds can sit at the open-kitchen counter to get close...

Marugame Udon, London E1: ‘It’s is bit Wagamama meets Ikea cafe’ – restaurant review

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A decent lunch for less than a fiver, as offered at global mega-chain Marugame Udon, is not something that often crosses my radar. A Londra, especially, there has been a recent post-lockdown glut of new openings with...

Pick Up Pinxtos, Folkestone, Kent: ‘We were spared the life story of the Galician cow’ – restaurant review

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The British seaside is presently heavily oversubscribed and it may well be more jocund simply to stay on your sofa looking at scenes on Google Images of Broadstairs, Margate or Hastings than to brave the actual throng...

Kysty, Ambleside, Cumbria: ‘A classy jewel’ – restaurant review

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Kysty is a restaurant in Ambleside, where the entire country and their dogs seem to be holidaying right now. This is reasonable: during an enthusiastically invasive PCR test in the back room of a Madeiran chemist earl...

Greece to ban unvaccinated people from indoor bars and restaurants

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The Greek government has announced that, as of next month, all indoor eateries, barre, clubs and entertainment venues will be off limits for citizens who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19. The blanket ban was a...

Royale, London E3: ‘Sometimes, I have to admit that the French just do it better’ – restaurant review

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For Royale in Bow Wharf, I broke a rule: I made us leave the house on a Sunday to go out to eat. My favourite days to eat in restaurants are Wednesdays and Thursdays, which are closer to Mondays, when staff will last ...

North of England restaurants dominate UK awards

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The northern food scene has proved more resilient throughout the pandemic than London’s, contributing to a dominance of the industry awards for the country’s best venues, restaurateurs have said. Four out of five of t...

The Loch & The Tyne, Old Windsor, Berkshire: ‘Odd, but unforgettable’ – restaurant review

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One of the hard-and-fast rules about dining out, alongside never trying to eat the hot towel or order the wine called “Corkage” because it seems the most reasonably priced, is never to get the chef talking about susta...

Why are restaurants’ cheapest bottles of wine becoming so expensive?

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In matters of wine, I am not Withnail. I do not crave “the finest wines available to humanity”. I merely want something drinkable from the cheap end of the list which won’t get me in trouble with the editor approving ...

Heritage Dulwich, London SE21: ‘Sometimes strange, sometimes as familiar as a cuddle’ – restaurant review

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Heritage in Dulwich is my favourite sort of review – a restaurant I didn’t plan to write about, but somehow it ambushed me. This new-ish modern Indian neighbourhood restaurant just happens to be a short saunter from C...

The Cheese Barge, London W2: ‘Delicious daftness – restaurant review

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At a time when owners are playing it very safe, hospitality concepts such as The Cheese Barge in Paddington make me very giddy. It’s a barge where the entire menu – starters, mains and pudding – revolves around cheese...

The Beaumont, Hexham, Northumberland: ‘This is incredible’ – restaurant review

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A fun game to play with the metropolitan elite, or indeed anyone south of Watford, is to ask them to locate Hexham on a map. Or Northumberland, for that matter. Many patches of the north, with the rural north-east bei...

10 of Folkestone’s best new bars and restaurants

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Mark Sargeant’s Rocksalt was one of the key restaurants that helped shape Folkestone’s current food scene when it opened in 2011, transforming the harbour into a dining destination. Its success has spawned several sis...

‘We need it to work’: the restaurants trying to be forces of social and climate good

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Whether it’s a beautifully decorated bistro, neighborhood diner, fancy white tablecloth eatery, or fast-food joint, millions of people escape to restaurants every day for nourishment, leisure and enjoyment. In the US ...

UK pubs and restaurants struggling to find staff before ‘pingdemic’ crisis

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Hospitality firms such as pubs and restaurants were already struggling to find enough staff before they were hit by “pingdemic” absences caused by employees being told to isolate by NHS test and trace, according to of...

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