"We visited The Pipe and Glass as a birthday treat on the recommendation of a colleague. The food was good but the service and ambience did not live up to other restaurants we go to, nor to what we were anticipating from the website and recommendation, it is relatively expensive too. It was quite a long drive for us to visit and overall we left feeling rather disappointed, we would not make the journey again."
"We always enjoy eating at The Three Acres. With it's generous portions and a mix of straight forward yet skilled cooking and imaginative menu combinations everyone is sure to find something they like, all topped off by an interesting wine list. It also manages to pull off the trick of creating an intimate atmosphere even well full ( which is often). Always a treat to come here!"
"The food at the Mango Tree was great, I ordered a duck curry that arrived in a carved out pineapple, however unfortunately the staff were fairly brusque and unhelpful. I don't think it is very good value for money."
"For such a small hotel, this restaurant serves very good food, both for dinner and breakfast. Very friendly staff who make you feel most welcome. Very nicely presented dishes with great flavours. They take simple meat and fish and deliver lovely meals."
"Really liked the food here, fresh and delicious."
This week high rise City neighbours Sushisamba and Duck & Waffle have each created dishes to help benefit relief efforts in Nepal. From 5-11 May 50% of the proceeds from Sushisamba's Nepal Relief Roll and Duck & Waffle's Nepalese spiced lentil & confit duck will go to aid the victims of the earthquake.
The Npal Relief Roll (£14) uses Nepalese ingredients like gogi berries, mango and Himalayan pink salt, alongside Tamari-Sushi spicy tuna tartare. The proceeds benefit CITTA: a not-for-profit organisation that supports development in economically challenged, geographically remote or marginalised communities.
Meanwhile proceeds from the Nepalese spiced lentil & confit duck, created by D&W chef Daniel Doherty, will help Learning for Life's Rebuilding Schools: Nepal Earthquake Appeal. The dish (£12) uses Nepalese ingredients like spices, lentils and yogurt, as well as scotch egg, crispy garlic and coriander.
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