Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
A collection of 14 restaurants and 700 employees in London, Gordon Ramsay comprises of acclaimed chef, TV personality, restaurateur and author Gordon Ramsay. It is a chain of 33 restaurants globally with three Michelin stars in London. It is the longest-running restaurants in London with a unique culinary experience. Known for its French cuisine, the restaurant chooses its ingredients carefully. The restaurant is located at Royal Hospital Road, London. The place is always packed tight with people, so bookings are a must. You don’t get to linger; the reservations are made in specific settings. The restaurant provides elegant modern French cuisine with a taste of the stove. For a unique and silent dinner, shift the bookings as late as possible and avoid the crowd. For first time visitors, try the Menu Prestige which is a seven-course platter of perfection. The restaurant is quite expensive especially for those on a budget. But, you can always redeem discount coupons on Dealvoucherz.co.uk. They have plenty offers on food and drink for various food chains. You might just get lucky if you find the right one for yourself.
This celebrated re-creation of the 1950s comes with an equally justifying wait staff dressed in the nostalgic vibe and the light music creating an aura of the East End. Poppies is, however, more than the sentiments and nostalgia – a progressive seafood restaurant. Poppie’s is famous for authentic fish and chips an innovative effort by the proprietor Pat Pop Newland. This retro memorabilia brought up by Pop starting at the age of 11 when he got a job for cutting up copies of The Daily Mirror to wrap fish and chips. Pop believes in sustainability, and all their fish is caught fresh and delivered to the shop. Try their wine collection once, and you’ll be amazed at the taste and variations. The flip side is only the service that might make you wait for longer than expected but then, it’s worth it.
Terre à Terre
Terre à Terre is a 24-year-old located at 71 East Street, Brighton. It is a shared passion of Amanda Powley and Philip Taylor, two people with a mission. It started as a BYO and grew as an establishment that serves delicious food without any meat in sight. In case you want the feel of it, go for battered halloumi and chips and KFC (Korean Food Cauliflower). They serve the most creative and playfully designed meals with quality ingredients. The sharing tapas is the best option to taste a bit of everything they serve.
The Star Inn is a pub located in Harome near Helmsley, England. It started in the 10th century and is renowned for its food quality. The current owner, Andrew Pern, took over the restaurant in 1996 and continued the traditionality of the food along with the several awards they gained for innovations and taste. The look is a thatched pub with farming village location and rooms with chocolate box. There is a party house atmosphere, and the rooms are wood decorated. The menu contains skilfully balanced dishes with texture and taste being the best priority. The must-haves includes crab stick with seashore vegetables and avocado ice, roasted lamb chop with truffled faggot or a honey-roasted duck with poached quail’s egg. There a wide range of wines, affordable and tasty.
Edamamé is a tiny Japanese restaurant located in Oxford, England. The massive queue outside the door tells how attractive the place and the food is. Edamamé is Oxford’s leading restaurant renowned for it’s graceful, flavour-packed yet straightforward Japanese cuisine. The place does not take any reservations, so you have to be an early yet patient bird if you want a seat and savour the food. Edamamé serves sushi, the famous Japanese dish, on Thursday nights. The staff is friendly, and the place gets even better with the crowd. Visitors often say, “Hands down the best restaurant in Oxford.”
Built out of an archive basement of the Manchester Evening News, Australasia is one the most successful building conversions of Manchester. This surprisingly bright and vibrant restaurant is a perfect antidote to exceptional dining attitudes. The restaurant serves exquisite Australian cuisine with a blend of Pacific Rim flavours and traditional European cooking determining the taste and style. A late-night license is a key to the Aussie ambience with a variety of cocktails and cool DJs. The wine selection is classic and the signature Aussie cocktails make it a place worth visiting.