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Many a big family celebration has been marked with a trip to the local Beefeater and when I made an early evening visit to The Southcote, I was reminded why.
I make no secret of the fact Xenuk is one of my favourite local restaurants.
The Stag uses local and estate produce (especially game) when it can.
If you care about your curry and prefer subtle spicing and distinguishable flavours to a raw, tonsil-searing flash, you should be at Xenuk on a regular basis.
Beautifully tender venison in quite a delicate sauce spooned onto the plate and a wing of crisp, buttery flaky pastry hovering above it, a precise quenelle of potato and colourful cabbage.
Thursday evening carvery is from £6.95 (main course) and that is almost silly for both the quality and quantity we enjoyed.
Opening a new restaurant is a tricky one – you need plenty of customers to spread the word but how do you get them in there?
Baranda is a focal point in Peach Street, with its welcoming glass frontage and smart cream paintwork.
The New Mill is a restaurant for all seasons, but in summer it is even more stunning.
A mixed starter of chicken and lamb tikka, sheek kebab and tandoori fish whetted all appetites nicely, while chicken biryani delicately flavoured with fresh mint brought murmurs of appreciation from all.