The Black Swan, restaurant review: A Michelin-starred pub in the wilds of

The Black Swan, restaurant review: A Michelin-starred pub in the wilds of
Boasting a Michelin star and run by the most dynamic combination of brothers since Romulus and Remus, the Black Swan is what food guides used to call a "destination" restaurant. And it's quite a journey to reach it. It's 45 minutes' drive northwards …
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Chinese restaurant has new name, same quality food
Restaurant reviews are a regular feature of The Issaquah Press. Reviewers visit restaurants unannounced and pay in full for their meals. Cascade Garden was a longtime tenant in the Meadows Shopping Center, offering a popular menu of Chinese food …
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Restaurant Review: Rubaiyat
The chaotic evening traffic on the Hitec city stretch could get to even the best of us. But if there was one thing that makes it all worthwhile is perhaps have Rubaiyat by Ohri's as the destination.The outlet that offers cuisine from the country's …
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Restaurant speed-dating: Quick looks at places we couldn't get to
So many restaurants, so little time. The end of the year approaches, and we find ourselves with a folder full of places that we intended to evaluate (and we may get to some of these next year). For now, here are capsule reviews (no star ratings yet) of …
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Hambleton Hall, restaurant review: 'Back in time to the world of PG Wodehouse'

Hambleton Hall, restaurant review: 'Back in time to the world of PG Wodehouse'
The setting is the stuff of fairy tales: a hunting lodge from 1881 overlooking a gigantic lake in the smallest county. After a spell as a glittering rural salon that attracted the likes of Noël Coward (which explains the appearance of the Master in …
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Review: Fish Shop is a Brill new restaurant in old Dublin

Review: Fish Shop is a Brill new restaurant in old Dublin
It's difficult to imagine a street less regal than Dublin's Queen Street. Especially this evening, with a cold sky starting to spit rain. Three lanes of angry traffic are speeding towards the quays, making Queen Street as charming as a motorway siding …
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Fed-up restaurant owners fight back over Yelp reviews
Yelp gets 135 million monthly visitors, giving its laptop reviewers of restaurants, hair salons, dry cleaners and even prisons great power. Some Yelpers have tried to use the threat of bad reviews as extortion — to get a seat or even discounted food …
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Restaurant Review: Untitled at the Whitney in the Meatpacking District
Untitled is on the ground floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Whitney is the second major art museum in the city to choose Danny Meyer to run a big, semiformal restaurant — the Museum of Modern Art is the other — and yet Mr. Meyer is …
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Eye-catching Amilinda's menu built on Spanish and Portuguese flavors
After downtown workers left for the day, the 300 block of E. Wisconsin could look like tumbleweeds might roll through at any moment — a quiet block, despite an Ethiopian restaurant at one end and a succession of little restaurants midblock. But then a …
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José Pizarro restaurant review: a taste of Spain for the City set

José Pizarro restaurant review: a taste of Spain for the City set
London has never been much of an outdoorsy city. At some point, our creators looked at the skies and decided we could do without the piazzas of Rome or the pavement cafés of Paris. The word we use to describe eating in the open air is one of our most …
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Restaurants & Bars
Whether you're planning to pour wine at your Thanksgiving meal or to bring a bottle to a restaurant, there is a mind-bending array of options available to you. Multi-dish meals like Thanksgiving provide a lot of wine pairing possibilities—too many, in …
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Check, Please! Bay Area reviews: Papillon, Marla Bakery, La Viga Restaurant
This new episode reviews Papillon, a restaurant with Old World charm serving traditional dishes prepared tableside in Fremont, Marla Bakery, a bakery that also serves organic breakfasts and brunches in San Francisco, and La Viga, a restaurant serving …
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The Peat Inn: restaurant review

The Peat Inn: restaurant review
Wilson sold up in 2005 to Geoffrey Smeddle, another classically trained chef with time at the Orrery and Café Royal in London, who had then run the Conran group's first restaurant in Glasgow. (He's also a food columnist for the Sunday Herald with a …
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Eusebi Deli, Glasgow G4: 'I'm delighted by the idea of "yesterday's lasagne
Eusebi Deli, Glasgow G4: 'I'm delighted by the idea of "yesterday's lasagne"' – restaurant review. 'Eusebis happily wanders all over Italy's boot for its plunder, not bothering with any of this modern “We're Puglian/Ligurian/Calabrian” posturing …
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Review: Ask Italian restaurant in Beverley
The restaurant also makes children feel welcome by providing them with their own menu with a colouring-in page and games. I'm rather bored of this trick, which seems to be offered at every family-friendly restaurant these days, but, I have to say, the …
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Which restaurant is best in Boynton? Check the best of Tom Peeling!

Which restaurant is best in Boynton? Check the best of Tom Peeling!
When you've reviewed an estimated 500 restaurants for the Neighborhood Post section in the past 15 years, the foods and restaurants begin to run together. Someone's greasy burger blends right in with someone else's cardboard-crusted pizza.
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Shotgun: restaurant review
In the modern age of flash and bravura, every new restaurant must have its Instagrammable dish; that food item which, like Prufrock's patient etherised upon a table, is designed to be held forever in a pixilated, electronic glow. And here it comes at …
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Restaurant review: Craft House in Suffern, N.Y.
Because this gastropub is run by two Bergen County Italian restaurant veterans who have brought fine-dining flair to their menu. Craig Levy, the longtime owner of Rocca in Glen Rock, a contemporary Italian BYO, and Rocca's former manager, Robert …
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Review: Verge restaurant in Los Gatos' Toll House Hotel
Like those popovers, hidden from view in their paper bags, the restaurant itself is off the beaten path. Located inside the Toll House Hotel, it was revamped earlier this year and renamed Verge because it's on the verge of downtown Los Gatos …
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Restaurant Review: Wildair on the Lower East Side

Restaurant Review: Wildair on the Lower East Side
When serious, reputation-making restaurants run out of room on the walls to hang all the awards, chefs open a cheaper, more casual restaurant nearby. Like a dutiful younger brother, the second restaurant is supposed to work harder, please more people, …
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The 2014 Restaurant Reviews
A list of his 10 favorite restaurants of the year can be found here. All'onda … WHAT THE STARS MEAN Ratings range from zero to four stars and reflect the reviewer's reaction primarily to food, with ambience, service and price taken into consideration.
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Yes, Positive Reviews Can Spoil Beloved Restaurants
I remember when the New York Times food critic Pete Wells named a small ramen pop-up shop in Queens his favorite in New York City. It was refreshing to see a then no-name shop beat out the big establishments, but it was also a certified bummer: My …
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Restaurant Review: Gabriel Kreuther in Midtown
In that space, Mr. Kreuther imported the four-course $ 98 prix fixe format that was in place when I gave the Modern's dining room operation three stars in 2013. He has reproduced much of his last restaurant's tone, too, with formal but cheerful servers …
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