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Offering a Gallic-themed menu, and featuring a mix of small tables and large booths, Côte Reading is a great place for a business lunch or a family get-together.
A good haggis has quite a peppery tang and is certain to cheer you up on a good cold winter’s day. Wetherspoon’s version is just that.
The Poachers proposition is good food in a good pub.
Miller & Carter Steakhouse does exactly what it says on its menu – steak, and lots of it
The Fisherman’s Cottage on Kennetside has recently introduced a dedicated Thai kitchen alongside its traditional pub menu – and it’s fantastic.
Normally, we like to give you a picture of the food you can enjoy in the restaurant we review. But Mangal is different. Totally different.
The Griffin is one of those places whose reputation precedes it. It’s a gastropub that seems to need little introduction as it’s always busy, a sign of the quality of the food you can expect.
Sindlesham’s Moat House Hotel is currently running a special set menu on Sundays and it comes at a price that makes you look twice.
Seven O'clock. That’s not the usual time you’ll find me in a Reading pub. Well, not in the morning, anyway. No, I wasn’t drinking from the fountain of youth before starting the day, but actually enjoying a breakfast special.
The Mansion House, my friend Barbara told me while we were eating there on Sunday, used to be a pavilion.