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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Paul Pry Restaurant and Bar - UK

On entering Paul Pry, we received a genuine welcome and were warmed by the cheerful and lively atmosphere.  Forget ordering at the bar - everything is selected from your table and served to you by the friendly, enthusiastic waiting staff.After our baked cod with tomato salsa, and chicken goujons with barbecue ribs, our clean plates spoke for themselves.  The setting is well organised and relaxed, guests can sink into comfy sofas or sit at the more formal dining tables.   Although affiliated with the Premier Inn next door, Paul Pry is open to everyone for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. After we'd devoured our eye-catching desserts of chocolate fudge cake and lemon drizzle sponge, my partner had only one word to summarise: beautiful.  Paul Pry offers fanastic value too, with main meals priced from £4.99 and free breakfast for children when dining with a paying adult.

Paul Pry Restaurant and Pry
1023 Lincoln Road,
Peterborough PE4 6AH

T:   0844 683 9697


The Lazy Otter Restaurant and Bar - UK

Set on the banks of the River Ouse, The Lazy Otter Restaurant and Bar is the perfect destination for a relaxing meal or drink.  The scenery can be enjoyed from both the cosy restaurant and spacious garden overlooking the moorings.  Situated near all the region's noteworthy spots.  The Lazy Otter is ideal for travellers and walkers.  Accommodation is available, with a single room priced at £65 and doubles at £110 - inclusive of hearty breakfasts.  You'll only find the best , locally sourced ingredients in the pantry here, which the chefs use with skill to create a great range of classic dishes.  The bar, meanwhile, is stocked with a superb selection of real ales and ciders.  If you're thinking of visiting on a weekend, perhaps for one of The Lazy Otter 's renowned Sunday lunches, then booking is definitely advisable  - word has gotten out about this fantastic riverside restaurant.

The Lazy Otter Restaurant and Bar
Cambridge Road,
Stretham  Nr Ely CB6 3 LU

T:   0844 683 1079


The Three Kings Restaurant - UK

The door of this 18th-Century coaching inn opened to reveal a huge log fire in a warm, inviting interior, Michelin - starred chef Jamie Corless at The Three Kings excellently combines the traditional with the imaginative on his menu - displayed on small blackboards around the dining area. To start we had a crisp, tangy prawn cocktail, and rich and creamy garlic mushrooms.  My partner's main of fish and chips was wittily served on mock newspaper with tartare sauce and mushy peas, while my crispy duck came with  sweet cherry sauce and a colourful range of vegetables.
Although our portions were more than generous, the desserts - including tangy lemon and and rasberry tart and Pavlova - still proved irresistible.
Landlord James Cassidy also offers fantastic outside catering and mobile bars. With outdoor seating, ample parking and a great range of wines and coffees, The Three Kings is certainly a treasure.

The Three Kings
6 Station Road,
Haddenham CB6, 3XD

T:   0844 683 9694


Lenotti Oliva - San Zeno Di Montagna, Italy

Lenotti Oliva
Via Ca' Montagna, 35
San Zeno di Montagna

Tel:   045 7285314

Schadrow Hans-Georg - Malcesine, Italy

Schradow Hans-Georg
Via Di Mezzo, 17

Tel:   0049 894904190

Sauer Peter - Malcesine, Italy

Sauer Peter
Via Di Mezzo, 15

Tel:   004991225991



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