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An Indian restaurant has been shortlisted for the industry’s ‘Oscars’.
You might look on a map and think that The Dundas Arms in Kintbury near Hungerford is your typical railway pub.
After nearly being swayed by The Mall Grill – a hefty platter of fillet steak, ½ lobster and tiger prawns (£33.50), my guest opted for an equally mean feat of The Mal Stack (£19.95).
Ever since the pubs, bars and anything that wasn’t a restaurant dissapeared from the Riverside at The Oracle the level of competition between the different eateries has intensified.
Anyone is welcome to go along for food at CircleReading. You don’t have to be at the hospital or visiting someone who is.
Have you ever visited a restaurant where the staff just aren’t singing off the same hymn sheet as the ethos of the place they work for?
British Superbike champion Tommy Hill took time out from the track recently to prepare a Michelin-starred lunch.
Eating dinner at a table overlooking the River Thames would be idyllic for most people, but not for someone with a life-long fear of deep water and everything that comes with it.
For the 11th year running a Shinfield restaurant has been awarded a prestigious Michelin star.
Furama works on an all-you-can-eat basis but it isn’t a buffet. This means you can order whatever you want and it’s brought over freshly cooked.