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Just like the Hook and Tackle, the Shepherds House Inn is one of those pubs that you’ve driven past thousands of times but never managed to get to.
How do you fancy dining with the stars?
Burgers. Every so often I have a craving for them and end up popping into MaccyDs for a illicit quarterpounder.
You don’t need me to spell out the obvious: eating out can be expensive, particularly if you want to treat the family. So imagine being able to feed four, with drinks and still have change from £20.
Theo Randall, a former head chef of the River Café and recent winner of best Italian Restaurant of the Year, has created four new pizzas for Pizza Express that come sans cutlery.
When you think of the highest point you think of Everest. When you think of exquisite food think of Everest 53.
One of Reading’s unsung treasures is the parade of shops down the Oxford Road.
Frankie and Benny’s is great for small people: they have their own menu, including pizza, chicken strips and pasta options, and a fun bag. It costs just £3.95, so it’s pocket friendly too.
Restaurants in chain stores can be intriguing places. Ideal for a quick cuppa while shopping till you drop, they have mostly taken over from the little cafes that used to pepper our high streets.
The world was rushing by. Traffic was queueing up along Caversham Bridge, people were in a hurry and there was a sense of urgency to their tasks.