A restaurant at the central house of journalists. Cosy surroundings, attentive staff and a great menu of food from Russia and CIS with what has got to be a truly delicious dessert: strekoza.
8A Nikitskii Bulvar
Metro station: Arbatskaya
Vegan restaurant that serves great food at real value for money prices. The food can be washed down with an excellent range of bottled beers. Table football is available to help you burn off the calories!
Service was excellent with a very warm welcome on the two nights we ate there.
12 Kings Place, off Trongate
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It is a great restaurants and bars guide for Mauritius offering up-to-date information on restaurants, bars and clubs in Mauritius (of course it is FREE).
The website is a great tool to find a restaurant, place to eat, catering service, food shops, and to find big selection of discount coupons, special promotions, restaurants tips, so check it before your arrival to Mauritius.
Hope this helps. Enjoy :-)
This is a typical Spanish tapas bar and restaurant in a Spanish populated area of town. You receive a tapas with every drink and there is an extensive menu. There is limited seating outside for drinks or to dine.
The locals frequent this bar for lunch, dinner and to watch the live football matches. A very friendly atmosphere and interesting to experience.
19 Calle Herrera Oria,
AYO's is famous for his paella which he makes on a wood fire at the side of the eating area. If you order the paella you can return for seconds if you wish. They also have a full menu of all the usual dishes served in the Costa del Sol.
It opens in the morning and has the beach bed area were you can hire a bed for the day using the facilities up until it closes around 9pm. It opens late on a Wednesday evening for Paella and Flamenco.
Absolutely fantastic tapas in this place on the Shore in Edinburgh. Genuinely Spanish taste as well as being child friendly. Great value.
19 Shore Place Edinburgh EH6 6SW
Mon - Sat:
12:00 - 01:00
12:30 - 23:00
The eating in Betws-y-Coed can be a bit average (mixed grill or curry with half rice/half chips). Which is why we found the Bistro a real bonus. Nice place with a great menu, just make sure you book ahead. Wales is famous for its sheep - this place should be famous for its lamb. Mouth watering stuff. Enjoy.
Aguas Blancas means White Waters and is a beautiful beach on the east side of Ibiza with brown sand and a high rock wall behind the beach.
Aguas Blancas is also the name of the sandy-floored restaurant that offer its service in this beach.
I recommend it for three reasons:
- I love the beach and the view there
- Sensational paellas
- Home made ice cream! :-)
This is not a mainstream places like many in Ibiza, but a nice place to see and eat on the east side of the island.
Cafeteria Cima del Mar
Aguas Blancas, San Carlos, Ibiza
T: +34 648 622 865
Very nice and satisfying trattoria in the heart of Cagliari. Judging by the crowds queuing later on in the evening, it's a very popular venue as well.
We sat outside eating and drinking, watching the people pass up and down the street.
Wine was cracking value - €5 for a litre of very drinkable table wine.
Via Sardegna 60 (parallel to Via Roma)
Sushi Point is a restaurant situated in Marina de Botafoch.
On the menu you can find a lot of sushi, sashimi and other traditional Japanese dishes, with good wine and nice atmosphere.
I recommend it for the quality of service and food.
Is open during all the year.
Marina Botafoch, Ibiza, Spain
Tel: +34 971 318 586
I had seen this restaurant recommended for its crispy Peking Duck on the Grauniad website and in a couple of books. Went twice when I was in Hong Kong recently. Fantastic place with a great atmosphere and friendly staff and the duck really is to die for.
Full of locals which is generally a good sign. Advance booking recommended - turned up on spec one night and couldn't get in.
42 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Nearest MTR station Tsim Sha Tsui East)
Lovely restaurant in the Citadelle/Terra Nova with fantastic views of the old port and boat activity. We could see Elba on a clear day. Food excellent, lunchtime 18 euro menu was very good value and interesting cooking.
6 Rue Ste Croix just below the Governor's Palace
Atzaró is an agroturismo located in the center of Ibiza, between Santa Eularia and San Lorenzo.
Known for its restaurant and its stunning location immsersed in the green heart of Ibiza, Atzaró offers also spa and accommodation services.
Often hosting events and weddings this place is surely one of the most glamorous and beautiful places on the island.
The first time I went there I got quite impressed by the atmosphere created by the statues and the interior design/ decoration.
I suggest you go in the daylight to see it in all its beauty.
Ctra, Sant Joan KM 15
Tel: +34 971 338 838
Italian Trattoria. On the day we went they had made the mistake of "toddlers eat for free" though we had a half price deal on pizzas and pasta.
Was it worth it?
Yes, if you have the half price deal: no if you don't.
If visiting Hastings it is well worth walking in the direction of the St. Leonard's end of the town. You can't miss it as there is a stunning 1930's art deco apartment block called Marine Court which looks like a land locked liner.
Close by, just a few minutes walk from the promenade and seafront, I discovered a wee gem of a restaurant called St. Clements. It has a simple brasserie look inside with attentive staff. The food is all fresh produce and, being Hastings, the fish is excellent. Curently they have an amazing two course set luncheon for £10 or three for £13.50.
I went in, not expecting much, but was treated and served as if I'd ordered more expensive dishes. I had chargrilled aubergine, courgette, roasted pepers, feta, and mint as a starter and beautifuly cooked Grey Mullet for my mainj course. Portions were excellent. And it really was only £10! Well, £15. 20 with a nice glass of wine to go with it all!
This is one of those places you leave wanting to come back. I intend doing so several times before my holiday is over!
We stumbled across this lovely restaurant when wandering the back streets in the old Venetian quarter of Chania and ended up eating there almost every night of our stay.
It's located in what was the plunge pool of an old Turkish bath. Ignore the main courses on the (Greek) menu and go for a selection of the mezedes. There's a huge variety with generous portions at only a few euros each. Our favourites were the horta (steamed wild greens served with olive oil and lemon juice), the favakeftedes (split pea croquettes), and the lovely local sausages.
Two people could happily eat their fill and wash it down with a carafe of local wine for under thirty euros.
49, Zambeliou, Old Town, Chania
Tel : +30 282 109 6080
An absolutely delightful Greek restaurant that you will find as you come out of Shrewsbury train station.
The food is is well priced, but not cheap, and is to die for. We went for the meze which is a selection of Greek and Cypriot dishes including wrapped vine leaves, stuffed aubergines and more.
The meat dishes are excellent and the meze is more than enough for two people with varying tastes.
Having been here a few times I would also say to try the Mousakka, Stifado and Sfoulaki.
The waiter is quick and helpful and the food comes quickly enough so you're not left waiting.
Also try the local beers like Mythos and Keo for your memories of Greece to come rushing back.
Opposite Shrewsbury Train station, just cross over the road and you will see it.
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