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This tastefully converted 18th Century farm is set amidst beautiful Staffordshire countryside yet only 5 miles from M6 J15 and 10 minutes drive fro...www.slaterscountryinn.co.uk
The Living Room offers an abundance of choice with a wide range of high quality ... plates; regionally inspired dishes created from local produce o...www.thelivingroom.co.uk
Provides B&B accommodation and a restaurant run by Garry Hollihead. Also caters for weddings, conferences, and parties.www.theinnonthegreen.com
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Do you have any information on the importance of a website for restaurants or pubs in the food and beverage industry? Would like some stats that show the value of spending the money and getting proper sites done. Thank you!
me and my boyfriend fancied a change from the usual going out in London for N.Y.E and decided to go to the Lovely city of cambridge instead. we have already booked a hotel which is unfortunately not doing food new years day. Does any one know if there will be any restaurants/pubs that do food that are open new years day.
Pub food which is affordable is all prepared in a factory, frozen, then re-heated and served up. If you pay mega-bucks in a posh restaurant they mess it up by trying to be too clever. Why can`t we eat out and get good food at affordable prices? France, Spain, Italy - no problem. England - forget it!
The lady was a professional chef! She overcooked the pork so much that I couldn't cut it with the knife without making a mess of the plate! Everybody had the same problem because it was from the same piece of meat as well. Would you have said anything to her? It's not like a restaurant or anything, it's a bit like pub food, but only it's for staff at Sainsbury's.
I was wondering if it were possible to sell food from home here in Los Angeles. I eventually want to open up a restaurant/pub, but wasCurious on that possible beginning.
Headed there for a few days and wondering where to go to eat in and around the city. I'm more into pub food, sandwich shops, burger joints, pizza joints, etc. No chains or fancy restaurants please. Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!
We'll be arriving at Birmingham New Street Station and walking to the Carling Academy. Can anyone suggest a decent restaurant or pub where we can get some food before the gig? Preferably between the station and the venue so we don't have to go too out of our way. We'd like to avoid having to resort to Wetherspoons.
My husband and I are moving to the Cleveland area for work. We do not mind a long commute, do not have kids, but have pets. We are looking for a trendy area to start looking for houses. Please provide any suggestions. We like downtown areas, easily walk to restaurants, pubs, stores etc. Also, interested in farmers' markets and parks. Any suggestions would be very appreciated.
I was thinking about something different, a British based cafe or pub with foods from Britain. I don't know of any like that here. Even the Irish pubs have American foods. I was thinking I could get by with $80k to start. Should I expect to use less or more? Obviously it will depend on the size and location for rent but I just would like some input from someone with experience.
I am a woman in my mid thirties, and just wondered if anyone has any good suggestions for decent bars/pubs/restaurants, that has good food, to go to in London, preferably central or West, this weekend? I will be going alone and don't want a pick up place, or anything that is too loud, just somewhere chilled where I can enjoy a nice glass of wine and some food. Grateful for any suggestions.