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February Featured Offers

Tasting Menu The Sorrel Restaurant - Ston Easton Park, RadstockBritish

Dinner options: 5 Course Tasting Menu: £49.50 (Changes Daily). Click here to view sample menu.

£30 Off Any Dinner Booking La Belle Assiette, Bristol City CentrePrivate Chef

Get £30 off any dinner booking via the website using the code: BOOKACHEF (please enter it on the payment page before finalising your booking). Offer valid UK nationwide. available any day and any time of the week. To claim this offer and make a reservation call 01355 377022 or e-mail:

Sunday Lunch Hotel Du Vin and Bistro, Bristol City CentreFrench

Sunday Lunch: £24.95 for 4 courses. Bookings must be made in advance. Supplements apply for drinks and cocktails.

Set Lunch Tilleys Bistro, BathFrench

Lunch and Early Dinner Menus: 2 courses £15.95 Lunch 12:00 – 2:30 PM. 3 courses £18.95 Dinner 6:00 – 7:30 PM.

50% Off Mussel Madness! Fishers Restaurant, CliftonSeafood and Fish

50% OFF: Incredible value monthly vouchers to treat yourself or a friend! Voucher for 2 kilos of Cornish Mussels in white wine, garlic & cream AND a bottle of Muscadet wine. Now £28 (usual price £56) Only available to purchase during February 2016 (1st – 29th) Voucher valid for redemption anytime during March 2016 (excludes 6th March)

Valentines Goodfellows, WellsSeafood and Fish

Valentines Dinner: Sunday 14th February. Celebrate Valentines with the one you love at Goodfellows. Enjoy 4 courses for only £49, bookings available from 5.30pm -9.30pm.

Bristol, Bath and Somerset competition

Win an overnight stay for two in one of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings at 30 James Street and enjoy a 2-course meal at the stunning Carpathia Champagne Bar and Restaurant overlooking the waterfront.


QUESTION: What sank the Titanic? Enter this competition

Book a Local Hotel Room

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Order a Takeaway

It's simple and free to place your Takeaway order online. Just click on the link to browse places to eat in Bristol, Bath and Somerset where you can order online....more

Matthew Mason

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.

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I made an Indian chicken curry in a slow cooker, put about one-and-a-half kilos of chicken in but when I finished cooking the curry the chicken had almost disappeared. Please help. - Kevin

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The Sorrel Restaurant - Ston Easton Park

Nestled in 36 acres of beautiful West Country parkland, Ston Easton Park is unique; this country house hotel is adorned with original antique furniture, sumptuous fabrics and glistening chandeliers, yet the warm welcome and homely atmosphere prevail, ...more

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Latest Restaurant Review:Wishing Well The, Longwell Green

" When ordering food the staff looked like they had enough of the place, no motivation to work or serve. Whilst at the bar glass fell from a photo frame and smashed all over the place, with kids running around with out shoes, the staff mad a very poor effort to clear the mess and didn't even ensure the glass was properly cleared even when they had got the sweeping brush. This place needs some form of discipline of the staff to ensure health and safety is met and proper customer service is met. I strongly advise people to take custom elsewhere until these issues are sorted and continue to provide the correct service. "
More information on Wishing Well The

Situated in the Lune Valley between Lancaster and the picturesque market town of Kirkby Lonsdale, the historic Fenwick Arms has recently been renovated and extended to include nine new guest rooms. Having visited three of the seven Seafood Pub Co ven ...see the full blog and reader comments

Thornton Hall, Thornton Hough

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Thornton Hall, Thornton Hough

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