I'd like to suggest a restaurant to feature on your site. I work for a place called The ADVISORY in Hackney, London, and I know you have a number of restaurants posted in our area.
How would I go about listing The ADVISORY? You can check out our website here: www.advisoryhackney.com .
We are a burger/ cocktail bar situated close to London Fields. The Advisory serves brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails. Our burger bar puts out plenty of meaty treats in the evening with burgers coming medium rare.
We'd be really excited to introduce ourselves properly.
The recently opened Pizza Rossa is located at 4-12 Whittington Avenue, London, EC3V 1AB
(corner of Leadenhall Street at Leadenhall Market).
Pizza Rossa is open from 7:30am to 4:00 pm every Monday through Friday (closed weekends). In addition to pizza sold al taglio- by the slice- with toppings of finest, carefully sourced ingredients, they offer a variety of lasagnes, and Italian pastries and coffees for a delicious, healthy, and quick meal.
Hope you are well.
My name is Patricia Garcia and I just came across your website about “New Year’s Eve Dinner in London” and quite frankly liked the way it has been presented with precise and to the point information about each venue.
I am reaching you out from Golden Tours, London’s leading sightseeing tour operator since 1984. We specialise in day trips from London and in London and operate luxury coach tours as well as hop on hop off open top London bus tours. You must have seen one of those around the city. Should you wish to know more about us you can visit: http://www.goldentours.com
I would like to suggest that you may like to feature some of our New Year’s Eve Dinner that we will be hosting at the iconic Shakespeare’s Globe: http://www.goldentours.com/new-years-eve-dinner-at-shakespeares-globe-with-live-band-and-dancing I am sure that your audience would appreciate this suggestion as it is one of the hidden gem this NYE 2014.
We have 2 options for dinner:
1) Dinner on its own
2) Dinner with live band and dancing
Without an exaggeration these dinners are very popular and I just thought your audience will find this top event very interesting.
Is this of something of interest to you? Let me know if you have any further questions.
Patricia Del Cerro Garcia
156 Cromwell Road
London SW7 4EF
we just opened a new moroccan cuisine restaurant south west london. we would like to be part of your website.please inform us about the procedure.
restaurants details and contact
address: 108 mitcham road SW17 9NG
I go once a week at least.. on my own or with colleagues///5-7 Marshalsea Road - SE1 1EP - joeskitchen.co.uk - my suggestion for a must go/get on opentable
Hello, there's a great restaurant missing from your list. The Old Chequers in Gaddesden Row, Hemel Hempstead, Herts
They're open Tues-Fri with lunch and dinner specials, and do a great roast on a Sunday.
Can you please include them in your listings?
Cassie Hicks Kerr
I wonder would you consider listing a restaurant i visit frequently in Barcelona called 'The Venue Steakhouse'
It is located at:
Sosta Caffe at 10800 Pines Blvd, #5 in Pembroke Pines, FL has been in business for close to a year and a half and has received hundreds of high marks by their diners. The owners are Italian and prepare real, authentic Italian food in a warm, friendly atmosphere. The Lasagna, Panini, Piadini, Wrapini and home made Tiramisu and more are wonderful. The owner formerly managed the Bal Harbour Bistro and Fire House Four in Miami. You are among friends at Sosta Caffe.
Please can you add the Royal Gurkha & The Fox on the Hill
Blixen Restaurant in Spitalfields, E1 (London, UK) has never heard of open table dining cheques, but uses the open table booking system.
I want to know if i can spend them there, but clearly this is not going to happen. Can you please educate users of your services with the full range of information to allow a better experience for end users.
OR - provide a restaurant search for places that actually accept dining cheques
Hi, I booked a table for 2 at The Maze Grill for Thursday 24th July to celebrate my Wifes birthday.
On arrival we were well greeted and my Wife was fussed about her birthday by the greeting staff.
We were taken through to the bar area and the fuss continued for her. Very nice to see!!
We were then taken through to the restaurant and were placed at a table next to a large table of 10 VERY loud people who spent the entire evening shouting from one end of the table to the other without taking breath!!
This spoilt our evening and when I asked the waiter if he could ask them to be considerate to other diners, he replied "Theyre customers too!" and failed to make the request.
Due to the excessive noise and the waiters lack of tact, we did not stay at the table for the sweet and returnewd to the bar.
We informed the bar manager, Kevin, of our bad experience and he promised to turn 'Turn my Wifes frown upside down"! Without asking, he brought us a sweet to share and tried to cheer my dissapointed Wife up, including a trip into the kitchen to see the preparation and meet the Chef etc. This was a nice touch.
When we left, I saw we had been charged for the sweets, despite not ordering them. I paid to avoid further distress to my Wife.
I saw other guests being pampered with 'Special sweets' , personalised and what looked like gifts being given.
If this was the case, I am again disappointed with the service we were given, and ask that this be passed on to Maze Grill management for their comments and explanation.
We have dined at Maze and Boxwood previously and on these occasions found the food and staff to be first class. On this occasion it was a disaster and an expensive disaster at that!!!!