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Bombay & Co Restaurant Review | Cheltenham | Indian Street Food

Bombay & Co Restaurant Review | Cheltenham | Indian Street Food

I went out Thursday evening with friends, no kids, no husband, just me and my mates and we wanted something new, something…different. So we went for some Indian food at Bombay & Co in Cheltenham. It’s definitely new, but I hear you, what’s so different […]

Duddell’s London Restaurant Review | Cantonese near The Shard | National Dish

Duddell’s London Restaurant Review | Cantonese near The Shard | National Dish

In my search for finding somewhere new to eat and review, in what seems to be an endless supply of new openings in the captial, I fell upon Duddell’s London, a high end Cantonese restaurant. Location is often everything, but London of course dismisses that […]

The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie Cheltenham Restaurant Review | What’s it really like? | National Dish

The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie Cheltenham Restaurant Review | What’s it really like? | National Dish

Before we get in to the detail of The Ivy Cheltenham, or to give its full name The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie in Cheltenham, what do you know about The Ivy? I mean the actual The Ivy in Covent Garden, Soho, London. It’s famous for being […]

What is it like at The Ivy Cheltenham? | National Dish Preview

What is it like at The Ivy Cheltenham? | National Dish Preview

This is a preview of their pre-open event. You can now read the full review here. I had the pleasure of being invited to the pre-opening night at The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie in Cheltenham, to get a look around the day before the action started. On […]

What’s it like to eat at Rambla Covent Garden Soho London | National Dish Restaurant Review

What’s it like to eat at Rambla Covent Garden Soho London | National Dish Restaurant Review

I’m in London and fancied something new, as in recently opened. I found Rambla, Covent Garden in Soho – a Catalan Tapas restaurant. Victor Garvey, owner and chef, was in the kitchen that evening, a Wednesday evening – so I’m hopeful that the food was […]

What’s it like at The Bottle of Sauce Cheltenham? | National Dish Restaurant Review

What’s it like at The Bottle of Sauce Cheltenham? | National Dish Restaurant Review

The Bottle of Sauce Cheltenham has been open for nearly year, celebrating it’s first birthday this Christmas, but is it still any good – that’s assuming it once was? I didn’t go ‘The Sauce’ when it first opened, everyone was talking about it – which […]

What’s the food like at Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf, Cheltenham | Restaurant Review National Dish

What’s the food like at Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf, Cheltenham | Restaurant Review National Dish

This seems like an ideal place to review on National Dish. The travelling adventures of Mr Mulligan are delivered to the general public of Cheltenham in the form of crazy golf…indoors. He also thought it would a good idea to feed his weary followers – […]

What’s it like to eat at Väkst in Copenhagen | National Dish Restaurant Review

What’s it like to eat at Väkst in Copenhagen | National Dish Restaurant Review

Väkst in central Copenhagen is actually part of small chain of Danish restaurants; fortunately they don’t all follow the same theme, making Väkst unique – read on. It’s fine dining for sure but not in a stuffy ‘star’ way. Vakst (English pronunciation sounds like Vext) means […]

What is it like to eat at New Moon Tapas in Clifton, Bristol? | National Dish Restaurant Review

What is it like to eat at New Moon Tapas in Clifton, Bristol? | National Dish Restaurant Review

What’s it like to eat at New Moon Tapas, Clifton, Bristol? First off, this restaurant is situated in a stunning part of Bristol. A great city which has attracted a lot of investment over the last 20 years, Bristol is going from strength to strength […]

What’s it like to eat at Casa Don Carlos, Brighton? | Brighton Tapas Restaurant | Restaurant Review

What’s it like to eat at Casa Don Carlos, Brighton? | Brighton Tapas Restaurant | Restaurant Review

Brighton has a rich food and drink heritage, as vibrant and opened minded as the culture. You are genuinely spoilt for choice, add to that, Brighton has more pubs per person than most places in Britain – choosing is not easy. I am in Brighton […]