Restaurants

Bilbao city guide: what to see plus the best restaurants, bars and hotels

October 3, 2017

In the 20 years since the Guggenheim opened, the Basque port city has not looked back – the museum acting as a magnet for great art and architecture as well as buzzing nightlife and restaurants Nungwi Village This year sees Bilbao celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Guggenheim museum, an institution that brought art and […]

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The Straight and Narrow, London: ‘Jazz was born in places like this’

October 3, 2017

The music creates a great atmosphere, but the food hits the right notes, too Nungwi Village The Straight and Narrow, 45 Narrow Street, London E14 (020 3745 8345). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £70- £100 It is anthem night at the Straight and Narrow in Limehouse, and the piano player is working his […]

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Ox Club: ‘They know what they’re doing’ – restaurant review

October 3, 2017

This Leeds restaurant claims to be all about fire and smoke, but its kitchen is far more sophisticated than that Nungwi Village Ox Club, 19a The Headrow, Leeds LS1 6PU (07470 359961). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £80 Stacked up in front of the white tiled bar at Ox Club in Leeds are […]

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Holiday guide to Somme, France: what to see plus the best restaurants, bars and hotels

October 3, 2017

The area of northern France known for battlefields and memorials also has pretty landscapes, unspoilt beaches and some of the country’s best cuisine – all just a short hop from the UK This bucolic region of northern France is forever associated with memorials of the first world war, but it has a lot more to […]

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10 of the best restaurants near New York’s main attractions

October 3, 2017

It’s easy to grab a burger in Times Square but much more rewarding to walk a block or two and eat well with the locals. We asked our NYC correspondent to choose great places to eat near the city’s major sights Amy Ruth’sThe south end of Central Park is all tired-looking horses pulling carriages and […]

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Fancy Crab, London: ‘A terrible waste of time’ – restaurant review

September 3, 2017

Red king crabs are seafood royalty. How can this place dedicated to consuming them get it all so horribly wrong? 92 Wigmore Street, London W1U 3RD (020 3096 9484). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £150 Eating crab, like building kitchen extensions and sex, is very messy when done properly. You have to roll […]

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The Garden Café, London: ‘A lovely new space’ – restaurant review

September 3, 2017

Visitors to London’s Garden Museum will be impressed to see how its new café is bedding in The Garden Café, The Garden Museum, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7LB. (020 7401 8865). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £60-£90 Set into the polished concrete floor of the new café at London’s Garden Museum, hard […]

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The Old House, Hull: ‘It could be great…’ – restaurant review

September 3, 2017

One of Hull’s oldest buildings has been given a new lease of life – and with a few tweaks it could really be top notch The Old House by Shoot the Bull, 5 Scale Lane, Hull HU1 1LA (01482 210 253). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £40-£100 Chris Harrison knows how to do […]

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10 of the best restaurants in rural Spain: readers’ travel tips

September 3, 2017

From the mountains of northern Spain to the beaches of Andalucía and across to the Balearics, our readers have discovered fantastic places to eat The picturesque medieval village of Pedraza, in Segovia, is 75 miles north of Madrid and popular at weekends with Madrileños who pack the numerous asados (restaurants specialising in roasts). My favourite […]

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Tenerife’s pop-up restaurants: tradition and taste – without the hype

September 3, 2017

In sheds, gardens and fields in the north of the island, wine growers run makeshift guachinches, selling their own wine and excellent local food In the green, wine-growing areas of northern Tenerife, sharp-eyed visitors might spot makeshift restaurants in garages and courtyards. These unpretentious places are guachinches, originally outlets for small growers to sell their […]

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