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Good restaurants in Warwick?


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not sure that Warwick is known as a hotbed of restaurants but if your friend is prepared to drive / cab less than 10 miles, the following have a decent enough reputation

Boot at Lapworth - gastropub - apparently they've also opened a sister branch in Warwick called Saxon Mill which you could google for

Or in Kenilworth, there's Simply Simpsons - which you should do well at?

Sample menus are on the websites so that should give info on opening times and price range?

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Boot at Lapworth - gastropub - apparently they've also opened a sister branch in Warwick called Saxon Mill which you could google for

I ate at Saxon Mill a while back- it used to be a Beefeater or the like, and the make over is quite something. Its constantly packed, so you'll need to book or have a long wait at the bar downstairs. However the food and service were quite unmemorable, so a better bet IMHO is to go to Kenilworth to simply Simpsons.

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the elephants in torquay and we dont do thai .ok bapi :biggrin:

sorry, you're right, what was i thinking :)

You don't do Thai food ?:shock: Since when? But I thought you were helped to your star by your signature dish of Tom Yum Gung veloute :raz: I may have to reconsider our booking. :smile:

Back on topic - isn't there another place in Kenilworth too? -Bosquet(sp)?

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I forgot Steve Love's new place just outside Stratford Upon Avon.(If you going to drive...)

I'm not sure if the 16 cover restaurant in the pub is open yet, but the pub looks lovely!

http://www.collegearms.co.uk/loves-restaurant.html :biggrin:

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"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, champagne in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming - Whey hey what a ride!!!, "

Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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Not much in Warwick but Leamington Spa is just down the road. Mallory Court (Michelin Star) for a blow-out or Oscar's for classic French Bistro food at extremely reasonable prices. While you are in Leamington you can visit Aubrey Allen, the butchers reputed to supply Gordon Ramsay.

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As regards Love's the fine dining restaurant is now open and was reviewed yesterday in the Midland Metro. The style of cooking was compared to The Fat Duck.

Banana sorbet with pork crackling anyone?

:wacko:

Do you have a link to the review ?

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"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, champagne in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming - Whey hey what a ride!!!, "

Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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http://www.allium.uk.net

http://alliumfood.wordpress.com/ the alliumfood blog

"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, champagne in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming - Whey hey what a ride!!!, "

Sarah Poli, Firenze, Kibworth Beauchamp

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