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New pasta restaurant in London
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In the heart of Fitzrovia, lies not just a pasta restaurant, but London’s best pastificio.

For those new to the word, pastifici come from Italy and are laboratories where fresh pasta is made daily. Al Dente want to introduce Londoners to this Italian experience, by inviting guests to sit and enjoy their numerous dishes at their restaurant or providing a quick yet delicious takeaway offering.

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Food at The Hope & Anchor
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One of Lincolnshire’s leading restaurants with rooms has unveiled an exciting new dine and stay deal which will launch next month (November 2018). The Hope and Anchor at South Ferriby is offering guests the chance to enjoy a room for £99 and receive £30 towards their meal.

The award-winning 19th century pub – which is the only eatery in the area to have a prestigious Michelin Bib Gourmand - is located just five minutes from the Humber Bridge and enjoys spectacular views across the Humber estuary.

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Dutton Cuisine’s Brown Sugar Restaurant interior
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Following eight months and a complete refurbishment of the site, local entrepreneur and businessman, Ian Dutton, has launched his latest venture: ‘Brown Sugar’!  The new bar and restaurant, situated on an historic site in the heart of Windermere village, opened to much-acclaim on Saturday 15th September, with both locals and visitors giving it their definite seal of approval.

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A PORTISHEAD restaurant has this month (February, 2018) launched a new menu designed to help combat food waste. Venga tapas bar and restaurant on the High Street is reducing the ingredients thrown away from its kitchen on a daily basis by introducing a strictly no waste policy.

Manager, Scott Pearce explained: “One of the hottest topics around at the moment is food waste and it’s fast becoming an important issue for our customers wishing to be more environmentally savvy, and to do something to help.

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Stunning, four-star Langley Castle Hotel and Restaurant, in Langley-on-Tyne, strives to excel at everything it does within its seven-foot thick, 14th century walls, whilst focused on pride, passion and a penchant for doing things in Northumberland’s own inimitable way.

 

The castle, built in 1350, oozes sense of place no matter which century you wish to focus upon, being far more than just a façade and having the true depth and identity that emanates from authenticity, rather than fake features and an unconvincing historic veneer.