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On sugarvine.com you can view profiles, special offers, photos, menus, wine lists and details of special events for many Bristol, Bath and Somerset restaurants, bars and pubs. Watch this space. . .
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Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.Ask Matthew Mason your question.
Yes, they might be London-centric and some of them don’t even have all that much to say about the food -- but there’s no denying that the restaurant critics do make for interesting reading. So for your vicarious dining pleasure we’ve brought together restaurant reviewers from the quality national papers.
Read What the Critics have to say.
This superb Palladian mansion is set in one of the West Country's most romantic estates, Ston Easton Park in the Mendip Hills just 11 miles from Bath. Log fires, comfortable antique furniture and exquisite paintings evoke memories of a more leisured ...more
Enjoyed your last meal out? If so, write a restaurant review on Sugarvine and we’ll give you a £20 discount on your first case of wine purchased from Virgin Wines.
Latest Restaurant Review:Wishing Well The, Longwell Green
More information on Wishing Well The"Dear Sir, My friend and I last evening came to the Wishing Well at about 7.00 pm. We were happy to find plenty of clean tables, when we sat at table 35 choose our food. I went to the bar when there was just one pleasant member of bar staff serving she was coping very well with the crowd of people at the bar. The after about five minutes she was joined by another pleasant young man. Who when it was my turn to be severed took my order for food and supplied the ordered drinks. After about 20 – 35 minutes and with other people being served who had ordered after us. We asked the young man where our order was. He went to find out after much looking at the till and checking with the manager and the kitchen staff he went about his business. He then brought out more orders while obviously ignoring us. After 15 minutes I went up to him and asked what was going on. He avoided all eye contacted with me and did say anything. So I said to him our order hasn’t been processed has it to which he agreed and then said it is on the way as he been finding out what happened. The thing that upset me so much is I expect that mistakes happen and no one wants things like this to happen, but for good customer service and just respect to people the young man only had to come to us ant tell us what was happening. When he brought the food which was lovely and when he came to check with us on either of these occasions did not he apologise. I have worked in catering as had my fiend we met while training as chefs, and still work in customer service the first thing to do is acknowledge the problem and say sorry. Also the manager must have seen me going to the young man and taking him to task, when I went to speak to him when it was obvious he knew what was happening I told him all he need to do was to come across to us and explain what was happening. Also it was obvious that the staff had been discussing us and when we left the pleasant young lady looked our way and when I made eye contact with her she looked away. For good customer service she could have apologised and we would have left happy, all that happened is we left disappointed and will tell people that the food is lovely but the staff have no customer skills."
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Your guide to upcoming events at restaurants, pubs & venues in the area.
- Wednesday 12th March | The Sorrel Restaurant
Wedding Open Evening Ston Easton Park, one of Somerset's finest wedding venues has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Why not visit us tonight for a private tour of the house and a chance to chat through your wedding plans with one of our event co-ordinators? Enjoy ...more
- Friday 11th April | The Sorrel Restaurant
History tour & Afternoon Tea Join the Duty Manager on a fascinating tour of the beautiful house that is Ston Easton Park, and learn a little about its' detailed history. With interiors and contents to rival even the finest National Trust properties the house boasts an enviabl ...more
- Thursday 15th May | The Sorrel Restaurant
National Garden Scheme Open Day You are always welcome to take a stroll around our gardens and grounds; this day is in aid of the National Garden Scheme so do come along and enjoy all that the estate has to offer. We shall be collecting donations for the National Garden Scheme on ...more
- Saturday 24th May
BURNHAM ON SEA FOOD AMP DRINK FESTIVAL A one day free locally focused festival showcasing the best of Somerset food drink in a town centre location. Find out more website. ...more
- Sunday 25th May
The South of England Food & Drink Festival A showcase for the finest food and drink in the South of England. Buy directly from the finest growers, farmers and artisan producers. Sample incredible gourmet Street Food. Take part in a food or drink masterclass - from cookery to butchery and cock ...more
Latest news for diners in the Bristol, Bath and Somerset area.
- Marco Pierre White To Open 50 UK Restaurants In Five Years
Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White may be coming soon to a venue near you! He has signed a deal to open 50 new UK venues over the next five years, rolling out his two restaurant brands -- the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill and Marco’s New York Italian.
- Culture and Cure now open
Culture and Cure, Bath has opened
- Urban Standard now open
Urban Standard, Bishopston has opened
- Gas & Co now open
Gas & Co, Clifton has opened
- The Lido Kitchen now open
The Lido Kitchen, Portishead has opened