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Excellent guide for finding the best food in the British Isles. Delightful.
on 19 August 2015
Not only does it cover the Michelin-starred restaurants, but also ones without stars that are worthy of mention. My wife likes looking at this book and plan where we should go on holidays based on recommendations both for places to stay and – naturally – places to eat.
Apart from the seemingly strange lack of stars in such a modern up-and-coming city as Glasgow has been for the last decade, the guide and its ratings and recommendations seem well-founded. At least the ones we've tried out ourselves. We've never left feeling disappointed after a meal in any restaurant we've found in the guide, star or no star. Out of place once or twice, perhaps, but as the trend is for a more friendly informality in previously posh restaurants, these may be the best of times to eat a star or two even if you thought it was a bit too posh in the past.
For anyone who loves good food, and who likes to indulge in a proper slap-up meal when travelling, this guide is a good place to find ideas for where to go. And there is so much to choose from it's both a delight and sometimes it makes it hard to know where to begin.