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4.5 based on 180 reviews
Went to the ocean with our neighbours on there recommendation (our treat).Have lived in Radford for 7 years now and we knew the ocean was up jubilee crescent but never had the draw to go in as from the outside it looks nothing special. But what a mistake we have been making the place is a little gem. The decor is very dated but that kind of adds to The experience. The owner "icky" was a true entertainer. He engaged brilliantly with our 2 boys and with us and our neighbours. He was polite cheeky and funny but also very efficient at getting the order taken. The food was out in a very acceptable amount of time and was very pleasing on the eye. Down to business end the food, all I can say is wow! It was so tasty and not greasy or oily at all. We all thoroughly enjoyed every bite of it. Seriously people give this place a go if you want a fun evening with well cooked Indian food.will definitely be back soon. Well done icky and the staff keep it up
4.5 based on 419 reviews
Wonderfully crafted Thai-Indian dishes.
What can I say!?? The service was excellent but the Thai food was absolutely awful. Scallops were off. Wasn’t charged for them. Visited after Reading the reviews but either everyone has got no tastebuds or we went on the wrong night! Staff were so lovely though.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Not easy to find but well worth the visit.
Beautiful scenic setting with good parking facilities.
Very traditional pub with fantastic character and friendly customers and staff.
The food is excellent and fresh. Great selection and reasonable prices.
I can highly recommend it for couples and families. The pie selection is delicious.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Nestled in the secluded courtyard of 2Tone Village this newly refurbished family run cafe & restaurant provides good food, good times and great service.Home of the Jerk Sausage 2Tone Cafe offers all day breakfast, and more, including Caribbean meals. The restaurant offers an enticing menu of good 'home' style cuisine for those new to Caribbean food and the connoisseur.2Tone Village where the stars of 2Tone are often seen dining, jamming or generally hanging out. Please check our website for open times of the Cafe & Restaurant and for up to date menus and events.
Great home made cakes and very reasonable hot drinks make this an ideal drop in if you are in the area or coming out of the Music Museum. Prices are very reasonable and service friendly.Thank you for your kind review. We hope to see you again. 2 Tone Cafe staff
4.5 based on 400 reviews
Excellent place to eat in Coventry. First timers. Service by staff was brilliant. Food was hot on arrival very tasty and award winning. Very good for vegetarians and very friendly to vegans too. Parking is private and secure. Great place for anyone to visit.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
The Old Crown is a traditional pub and kitchen offering fantastic home cooked food at affordable prices in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere
Had a cracking little lunch here again, honest, decent home cooked food,cant be faulted and great value for money! need to do something about the bar area, panting the ceiling would help the place from feeling quite so glum inside. All round,excellent value for money!
4.5 based on 126 reviews
This is one of my favourite pubs anywhere. A really old pub which survived the ravages of the Blitz, and it's so authentic that you can believe that you are drinking ale in an old Warwickshire Public House in the 1700s. Very few places like this and the atmosphere and environment are very special. Low beams, small rooms, good selection of ales, and pork pies available. Very special old place and worth a trip in itself.
5 based on 271 reviews
I tried this places falafels a couple of weeks ago and was pretty disappointed.
The person who served me was having an argument with another customer, a quite loud and heated argument too. When he did come to serve me, he was rude, snappy and worst of all, just picked up the falafels with his hands and chucked them in the paper bag, no gloves, nothing.
The falafels themselves were bland and very under seasoned as well. True! He was maybe having a bad day, but still!
4.5 based on 694 reviews
My Dhabba is situated on the corner of Spon Street an historic street in the heart of Coventry. We serve authentic Indian and Pakistani cuisine only the freshest ingredients are used for the vast array of dishes available. Our chef has over 20 years of experience in which he displays an instinctive ability to bring spices to life for a unique taste. The menu contains dishes that would be commonly found in restaurants throughout India and Pakistan with a delightful mouth-watering taste.
Myself, my husband and eight friends have been coming to MyDhabba for over two years. Never once have we had a bad meal. Last week the restaurant opened and catered for 50+ guests for my 50th birthday lunch. Absolutely amazing food, service and very very reasonably priced. Every person that attended was blown away by the food and I can guarantee ALL will be returning. It was THE most amazing afternoon. You do need to book and that says something about the restaurant and many are repeat customers. Could not recommend highly enough 10/10 for me.
4.5 based on 595 reviews
Rising Café serves home-baked goods, innovative classic dishes and great hot and cold beverages with a 1940s flavour. All proceeds go towards restoring lives broken homelessness and addiction as part of the charity work of Betel UK.
We decided to visit as we were in the area and I had seen good TA reports. It's not too difficult to find thanks to signage in Priory Street, and we were shown to a table straight away even though the café was quite busy. We ordered a pot of tea for two and two slices of a very pleasant strawberry layer cake, and they arrived fairly quickly. Service was pleasant and my request for hot water in our teapot was carried out without a problem.
The décor is quite basic, but the supposed 1940s ambience just isn't there, I'm afraid. It is little different from many similar establishments, so that was a bit disappointing. A few bits of memorabilia lying around don't really have the desired effect.
They also claim that it is a place to relax and socialise, but that proved impossible on our visit because of a screeching child running around, its oblivious, apathetic parents, and the unwillingness of staff to ask them to take the child outside to settle its tantrums. Not much relaxation over the tea and cake today, I'm afraid.
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